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We believe every child has the right to a safe and secure childhood

ChildHope UK works with partners in Africa, Asia and Latin America to support children who face the worst forms of injustice, violence and abuse. 


Our videos

Janma Nibondhon My Birth Certificate

Four stop-motion animations by a group of Bangladeshi children aged 7 - 11 show how having a birth certificate helps them to access government services like schools, and how proof of age and identity can stop early marriage and trafficking.


Our impact


in countries




Currently supporting children & young people

We work with local partners

ChildHope’s approach relies first and foremost on local partnerships. Our partners are committed to child rights and understand the context of children’s lives. They share our values and deliver programmes that change the lives of children for the better. We work with partners to secure and manage funding, to develop monitoring and reporting systems and to support with training, mentoring and learning.

Our partners & supporters include

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Big Lottery Fund
Comic Relief
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Kitgum Concerned Women's Association (KICWA).jpg
Organisation for Child Development and Transformation (KICWA).jpg
Nagorik Uddyog.jpg
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News and Stories

News and Stories

Waste pickers in Bangladesh

When I arrived on Dhaka’s largest dumpsite, the first thing that struck me was the sheer size of the site with mounds of rubbish piled high in every direction.…

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“What my government should do to improve my life”

In a fight for child rights, the UN General Comment has been agreed by Governments as a recognised legal document to help give all street children a voice.…

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Girls' Movement in Ethiopia

ChildHope is setting up a movement for girls across the 77 schools in Ethiopia. It seeks to catalyse changes, over time in the belief held by parents and…

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Deadly mudslide hits Sierra Leone

Over 400 people have died and another 600 are missing after the devastating mudslide in Freetown, Sierra Leone on 14th August. Thousands of people, including…

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