Organisations we have worked with include:
AbleChildAfrica is a UK charity working with partner organisations in Africa. They are the leading UK charity working exclusively with and for children with disabilities in Africa. They work with some of the world’s most vulnerable children. We supported AbleChildAfrica through a long term programme that provided ongoing support and advice in the areas of safeguarding and child protection as their work developed. We also advised and supported AbleChildAfrica to strengthen its case management process across the organisation.Read more
Anti-Slavery is the oldest human rights organisation in the world with over 175 years’ experience successfully combating slavery. We supported Anti-Slavery to train their staff in how to apply their child protection policy in practice. The programme team was supported to develop skills to assess and support child protection practice amongst partner organisations. We also provided materials that will be used for ongoing team development and training.Read more
Chance for Childhood
Chance for Childhood is an international children’s charity working in seven African countries to strengthen and empower local communities to protect children facing injustice. We worked with Chance for Childhood to help them understand the global standards on safeguarding and the associated legal requirements and the difference between safeguarding and protection. We supported them to implement their child protection policy and establish their processes for reporting abuse.Read more
Deaf Child Worldwide
Deaf Child Worldwide is the international development arm of the National Deaf Children’s Society. It is the UK's leading international charity for deaf children in developing countries. We supported Deaf Child Worldwide to revise its child protection policy to ensure that it meets international standards for protection and safeguarding. A key element of the design was to ensure that it meets the needs of deaf children. We also worked with Deaf Child Worldwide’s programmes teams in the UK and overseas to develop mechanisms for assessing and supporting child protection practice in their partner organisations, linking them to our partner in Kenya, Pendekezo Letu, for additional support.Read more
Deafkidz International is the UK’s leading organisation working to respond to the protection, health and wellbeing needs of Deaf, hard of hearing, deafened and DeafBlind children and young people in low resource and complex humanitarian settings. Deafkidz equip children with communication skills to be safe. We worked with DeafKidz to review its child protection policy in order to meet the safeguarding needs of children and young people and to also meet the needs of Deaf, hard of hearing, deafened and DeafBlind children within different international contexts.Read more
Elbi is social media network that connects people to causes. Elbi is a platform for short videos that enables users to hear directly from people who work in the charity or those affected by the issue. Just like a dating app, the user swipes left and right and if the cause inspires the viewer they tap a heart to donate. We helped raise awareness of the importance of safeguarding across the business and supported Elbi to strengthen its safeguarding process in its operations.Read more
Womankind Worldwide is a global women’s rights organisation working with women’s rights organisations in 13 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. We supported them to strengthen their safeguarding process across the entire organisation. This was achieved by working to update its policy to ensure that it conforms to national legislation and global standards for safeguarding. We also worked with the team to ensure safeguarding is central to programmes and operations.Read more
Marjorie was still in primary school when she realised she was pregnant. “I was driven away by my parents for what they referred to as shame in the family"
Tukaram is 13 years old and lives with his grandfather. His father is no longer in contact and his mother has remarried. His grandfather did not have enough…
16 year-old Sokhina lives in a slum near the Matuail dumping site with her parents. After moving to Dhaka, Sokhina started work as a waste picker.
The recent experiences of 14-year-old Sabina show what a fragile existence many Bangladeshi children endure. Sabina had to drop out of school to find work.
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