World Day Against Child Labour 2017
We are marking World Day Against Child Labour and shining a light on the 215 million children who remain trapped in an endless cycle of poverty and social exclusion. Many work full-time and are denied their basic right to childhood, unable to attend school, receive proper levels of care and nutrition or simply play. Often exposed to hazardous working environments, countless children are exploited through forced labour and involvement in illicit activities such as drug trafficking, commercial sex work, or even recruited as child soldiers in conflict areas.
International Day of Families, 15 May 2017
Having the care and support of a family is a key element of child protection and identifying ways to strengthen the role of families in the lives of vulnerable and marginalised children is central to the work of ChildHope and its partners in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Comic Relief - Red Nose Day 2017
ChildHope, and Pendekezo Letu support vulnerable children and other disadvantaged community members in Kenya. Through funding from Comic relief we are able to support more families to a better life. On Red Nose Day to help spread awareness, TV and radio presenter Reggie Yates went to see first-hand the daily struggles of a Mum of 4 children.
International Women's Day 2017
For this year’s International Women’s Day, the theme is gender parity and equality in the workforce.
Improving educational and employment opportunities for women is critical to fostering inclusive economic growth, as women not only represent half of the world’s population – as well as global labour supply – but are also more likely to invest in their families.
Happy New Year to Everyone
In 2017, we ask that you continue to support our work in any way you can. We will support you every step of the way to make your fundraising a real success. We take a responsibility to ensure all donations make a significant and lasting impact in the lives of the children we support. Ensuring your fundraising will help more children like Neha build a brighter future.