In response to the COVID-19 virus, we have had to make changes at the ChildHope office and to how we work. We are closely following the advice of the government, making the required changes and doing the best we can. Please contact us via email, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Instagram.
In this time of uncertainty we want to assure you that we will continue to support and work with our partners and projects. While we are unable to travel to other countries, we have been holding regular virtual meetings with partners, extending our support and monitoring the situation.
Our commitment to the safety and protection of children, families and communities remains as always our number one priority.
ChildHope believes that children should enjoy a safe and secure childhood, but for those growing up in the toughest circumstances, these rights are denied. Born into extreme poverty and violence, they have no protection. Our work supports children who are considered the hardest to reach. These children may live and work on the street, be at risk of trafficking or child marriage, victims of abuse or sexual exploitation, working on rubbish dumps or in contact with the law. Children with disabilities are more likely to be stigmatised, abused, exploited or neglected.
We build the strengths that exist in children, families, local communities and institutions so that children can thrive and grow up to become empowered citizens.
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