In conflict-affected countries
We're providing life-changing support to the most vulnerable children whose families, communities and schools have been torn apart by war. Find out more about our approach. Our vital work includes...
Providing medical care, sanctuary and counselling to girls who have been the victim of sexual violence.
Creating safe havens where children can escape the dangers of life on the streets after war has forced them to leave home.
Rebuilding schools destroyed by war and getting kids out of army uniforms and into school ones.
Helping children get their voices heard and their rights met, and helping local people to protect their children better.
We've been on the ground in Afghanistan since 2001.
Our projects are supporting young children's vital early development, and we're helping children who are held in prison with their mothers or who are locked up themselves.
Central African Republic
We've opened our first project in C.A.R in 2011
We're supporting street children in the capital Bangui, and also helping children in remote, conflict-affected areas to get back to school.
Democratic Republic of Congo
We've been on the ground in the Congo since 2004.
We're currently supporting street girls in the capital Kinshasa, and we're helping to protect and rebuild the lives of girls and young women in North Kivu.
We've been on the ground in Iraq since 2003.
We're helping to rebuild and refurbish schools so children can get back in them, and we're helping their families to earn a decent income so they can send them to school.
Our Children of Syria appeal and programme launched in Spring 2012
We're providing Safe Spaces for Syrian children and their families who have fled over the border into Lebanon to escape the conflict.
We've been on the ground in Uganda since 2006.
We're in two locations in northern Uganda - helping children overcome the deadly legacy of the Lord's Resistance Army in Acholi, and the tribal conflict in drought-affected Karamoja.
In the UK
We're raising awareness and persuading governments and decision-makers to meet their responsibilities to keep children safe.
We run a programme of free school visits and teaching materials that educate and engage students about the issues.
We use the expertise gained from our work on the ground to help inform and influence policy and decision makers at national and international levels.
We're raising awareness of the lives of children whose voices are ofter ingnored.
Our music projects not only raise vital funds, they're also a great tool for getting our message across.