Read our short paper and guidance on supporting safe and effective reintegration of separated children - including refugees, asylum seekers, migrants, children leaving care and children living on the streets - during COVID-19. Read more
How We Care is a new initiative from Family for Every Child which aims to shine a light on outstanding programmes and projects delivered by Family’s Members across the globe. Read more
We believe that strength is borne from unity. From finding a common goal and from making change happen together. We actively value diversity of race, ethnicity and colour. Read more
Those developing responses to COVID-19 must prioritise support to kinship care-based households. This short paper argues that a failure to do so will exacerbate the risks that girls and boys face, and lead to poorly targeted and consequently ineffective strategies to prevent and mitigate the effects of the virus. Read more
We believe that the best place for a child to grow up, regardless of background or circumstance, is in a safe, caring and permanent family
Coronavirus is causing poverty, homelessness, and hunger. Today, children and families need us more than ever. That’s why we’ve launched our Coronavirus Emergency Response Programme.
Find out more about our current campaigns and how you can get involved.
We are committed to ensuring that the views and voices of vulnerable boys and girls are heard by decision-makers. Our strength lies in our participatory research; in consulting directly with the children and families that we work with.
Ko Family for Every Child mātau, he hononga ā-ao o ngā whakahaere hapori ā-iwi e mahi tahi ana ki te whakapai ake i ngā ao o ngā tamariki whakaraerae puta noa i te ao.
Many of our member organisations are struggling to come to terms with the evolving impact of Coronavirus. Thank you for helping them to keep on fighting. Read more
Years of war, famine, poverty, and gender inequality have led to difficult conditions in Ethiopia, conditions that have led to them having one of the world’s highest rates of human trafficking. Tariku was one child affected by trafficking who narrowly escaped. Read more