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Charie* is 15 and lives in the Philippines. She was referred by a non-governmental organisation for counseling after she was molested by a youth leader. Family for Every Child member organisation, the Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse (CPTCSA), provided counseling sessions to Charie that focused on issues around betrayal and powerlessness, to help Charie recover from her experience. Here she lets us in on her life.
As an Alliance, we bring together organisations working for children
and families, in dozens of countries around the world. It’s a unique way of working and it can only happen through the support of people like you. Here are five ways you’re helping our Alliance to thrive.
The Children’s Development Khazana (CDK) is a life skills education programme that teaches children how to take care of their money and how to cooperate to create a stronger financial future. The name ‘Khazana’ comes from the Persian word for treasure. It’s just one example of how the way Family for Every Child works can successfully spread locally-grown ideas at a global level.
Stella Duque Cuesta leads Taller de Vida, our Changemaker organisation in Colombia, working to support children and families affected by armed conflict with the psychosocial support they need to recover and thrive.
Did you know that one in ten children around the world live with extended family members instead of their parents? It’s often the best care arrangement for children who don’t live with their mum or dad; yet it’s largely unrecognised and undervalued. Now we’re working together to call for better support and rights for families like these.
Family for Every Child’s member organisation in Ethiopia,
Forum on Sustainable Child Empowerment (FSCE), is
working with local communities to help them lead the fight
against child trafficking.
Gerber fled Guatemala for the US when he was just a child. Now he's advocating for child migrants' rights. Here's his story.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented an extremely
challenging and constantly changing situation for
Family’s alliance of Changemakers. In Mexico, our Changemaker JUCONI has adapted quickly, delivering their services
in new ways while facing increased need from families
and children affected by coronavirus.