Together for children
Millions of children across the world live without the protection of a caring family. This makes them vulnerable to exploitation, trafficking, child labour or early marriage, and other forms of physical, sexual and emotional abuse, often within their own home. These local issues form a global crisis.
We are pioneering a new approach to solve this crisis by bringing together practices and research from local and national contexts to our global alliance. We then adapt and share these ideas to create a range of solutions to the crisis of children living without families.Learn more about us
Everybody wants to go home to live with their parents so they can give you love and attention.
10-year-old girl living in residential care in Guyana
July 19, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 19 July 2016 NAIROBI, Kenya: Effective high-quality governmental cash transfer programmes can improve children’s well- being, protection and care by their families. This is the key finding of ...
October 19, 2015
Success of the Sustainable Development Goals can only be judged when all vulnerable children are counted: On World Statistics Day, Family for Every Child is calling for the world’s most vulnerable c...
Guidelines on Children’s Reintegration
Guidelines on Children’s Reintegration Leading aid and development agencies have come together for the...View Report
Cash for Care: Making Social Protection Work for Children’s Care and Well-being
Effective high-quality governmental cash transfer programmes can improve children’s well-being, protection and care by...View Report
Researching the linkages between social protection and children’s care in South Africa
This research investigates the impact of the Child Support and Foster Child grants in...View Report
Research on factors surrounding the family reintegration of street girls in Kinshasa, DRC
The search for long-term and durable solutions in the light of ‘multiple stigmatisations’ DRC has...View Report