So far in 2013 we've provided
direct, life-transforming support to
children and their families.
A recent study highlighted the big impact we've made on the Juvenile Justice system where we work in Afghanistan. We're helping to keep children out of prison when they've committed crimes such as shoplifting, or running away from home.
Our 'KATI scheme in Uganda has just lent 20 budding Young Entrepreneurs up to £1,000 each to start up their own businesses and earn the income that will transform their lives and communities. See what it's doing for Lillian.
During 2012 our Night Ambulance in Kinshasa provided vital medical and social support to over 500 vulnerable street children.
Our literacy centres helped 305 girls and young women to learn the basic education and life skills that give them the opportunity to make their own choices about their future.
During the crisis and displacement caused by the conflict in eastern Congo at the end of 2012, we cared for 7.985 children in our Child-Friendly spaces and re-united 212 of them who had become separated from their families.