This World Refugee Week, we’re celebrating the incredibly brave children who are healing after being forced to leave their homes due to conflict.
My life and that of my children turned upside down when we lost my husband in an airstrike. In a heartbeat, everything changed.
The impacts of COVID-19 on Hamas’ family left her unable to go to school. This story is all too common for families in Yemen, who must place daily survival over their children’s education.
With the help and support of funders, such as the Players of the People’s Postcode Lottery, we have been able to rapidly respond to COVID-19 and provide a safety net for children in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Alex Becquevort, War Child’s Country Director for the DRC explains how.
This World Food Day we are celebrating the amazing agricultural work our teams are doing in local communities in Central African Republic and Democratic Republic of Congo.
War Child is part of a new programme to help end the worst forms of child labour in the Central African Republic and Democratic Republic of Congo.
Today is International Women's Day. To celebrate we wanted to introduce Iman and Viviane — two inspiring women who are working to change children's lives.
We are delighted to reveal that the UK government will double, pound for pound, all donations to our #LearnToLive campaign, up to £500,000.
Edwige works for War Child UK's project fighting Sexual and Gender Based Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).