We focus on vulnerable children throughout their journey from birth to young adulthood, helping them use their voices to make their communities into places where they can thrive.
|Why we do it||Our seven decades’ experience of helping children continues to confirm that children are key to breaking the cycle of generational poverty — and that our efforts are most effective when children are active participants in creating their own well-being rather than passive recipients of aid. Learn more.
|How we do it||We support community-led initiatives that provide children with the essentials of food, water, health care, education and training, while helping families and communities become self-sufficient. Our focus on three life stages — infant, child, youth — is informed by more than 70 years of identifying and implementing best practices in the field. Learn more.
|Results||Our goal is to help children grow up into contributing members of their societies, and, over our seven decades, we have seen many successes. Careful analysis and documentation serve to complement our wealth of anecdotal evidence. Learn more.