Advanced Centre for Empowerment (ACE) focuses on improving the skills, abilities, and opportunities of the poorest Cambodians by offering education, community development training, and leadership training to children and youth.
Aziza’s Place (AP) works with children from the Stung Meanchey dumpsite and city slums around Phnom Penh, providing a safe environment; access to mainstream schooling and supplemental educational activities; programs on healthy lifestyles, community involvement, and visual arts; sports activities; and reintegration services to reunite children with their families.
Jom Hean Anagod (JHA) works to improve the lives of marginalized children and youth, especially those living on the streets or in temporary squatter communities, through rehabilitation, education, and societal reintegration services.
Khemara addresses the needs of impoverished villagers in Phnom Penh’s semi-urban Russey Keo district and focuses on providing services and programs for orphans and vulnerable children and for families affected by HIV/AIDS.
Self Help Community Center (SHCC) provides a safe environment for disadvantaged children and youth in the rural areas surrounding Siem Reap, offering educational and vocational training opportunities for children and youth between the ages of 3 and 24 and residential living opportunities for the most vulnerable youth of the Kro Bei Riel community.
Sports and Leadership Training Academy (SALT) offers alternatives to unsafe activities and facilitates the holistic development of children and youth through its community-based soccer programs.
Baoji QingQingCao Rehabilitation and Education Center for Handicapped Children (QQC) is the only organization in Shaanxi Province working to improve the lives of intellectually and physically disabled children by providing basic and special education, physical therapy, psychosocial interventions for parents, community-level advocacy, and outreach programs that train village doctors in identifying and referring cases.
Hong Kong Unison promotes racial and ethnic equality in Hong Kong by helping ethnic minorities gain equal access to social services, quality education, and employment.
Jiuqian Volunteer Center provides children of migrant workers with an educational environment that enables them to prepare for a productive future.
Shanghai Ming De Charity Fund serves primary-school-age children from migrant and other underprivileged families in Shanghai by building their confidence and self-respect and helping them grow into healthy, educated, and productive citizens.
Shanghai Qingai Health Center (SQHC) is a youth-led and youth-run organization that is dedicated to HIV/AIDS prevention and reproductive health, focusing on boys and young men between the ages of 16 and 24 and in particular on men who have sex with men.
Teen’s Key is a women-led organization that empowers young women involved in or vulnerable to involvement in the sex industry through outreach, counseling and support, a mentorship program, reproductive health education, and gender awareness training.
Fokus Muda is a youth-led organization that increases access to healthcare for Indonesian adolescents living with or affected by HIV and directs HIV programming and health education by training outreach workers and promoting HIV prevention and treatment on digital platforms, through vouchers for free testing and care, and during face-to-face sessions with key populations, including drug users, sex workers, transgendered people, and men who have sex with men.
Yayasan Mitra ImaDei works for gender justice and advances the human rights of marginalized groups, especially women, through advocacy, gender sensitivity trainings, organization of adult domestic workers, and advocacy for and direct services to adolescent girls engaged in domestic work.
Working with children and youth in correctional facilities in and around Surakarta and with child and youth ex-offenders, Sahabat Kapas offers psychosocial support, self-development activities such as photography and filmmaking, vocational training, reintegration assistance, and legal services.
Yayasan Satu Karsa Karya (YSKK) works with marginalized communities to fulfill their social, political, economic, and cultural objectives through women’s microfinance and cooperatives, women’s political empowerment and advocacy, gender education for kindergarten and primary-school students, and community-based early childhood development.
Children’s Ger provides financial support and nonformal education to poor and disabled children and their families in the Bayankhoshuu ger district, an unplanned, semi-urban area of Ulaanbaatar made up of traditional portable felt dwellings.
Foundation for Empowerment of Rural Women (FERW) runs livelihood development, literacy, health, and violence prevention programs aimed at nomadic women and their families in the remote western provinces of Mongolia.
The Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Abuse Center (ATCC) protects child victims of human trafficking by providing medical, legal, and psychosocial services; formal and informal education; return and reintegration assistance; food and clothing; and a safe space at its shelter, while undertaking awareness-raising campaigns and holding workshops to educate teachers, hotel staff, taxi service providers, and government officials about the risks of trafficking.
Baan Nana runs a shelter for undocumented and stateless children on the border between Thailand and Burma.
The Center for Girls promotes awareness of children’s rights through trainings for teachers and schoolchildren and conducts daily support groups and life skills trainings for children.
Child Rights Protection Center (CRPC) assists vulnerable and exploited children in the Thailand-Burma-Laos border area through emergency support, a residential shelter for girls, school scholarships, vocational and life skills trainings for youth, capacity-building for local women leaders, and awareness-raising campaigns focusing on issues such as human trafficking, child labor, and domestic violence.
Friends Without Borders Foundation (FWB) provides training in alternative media production and human rights education to promote and protect the rights of refugees and migrants along the Thailand-Burma border.
Karenni Further Studies Program (KnFSP) works with community-based organizations in Karenni refugee camps on the Thai-Burma border to implement its core programming: an alternative, two-year, post-tenth-grade curriculum for refugee youth.
The Global Fund for Children (GFC) UK Trust, created in 2006, is a UK registered charity (UK charity number 1119544). We work to generate vital income, create new fundraising opportunities, and raise awareness of the invaluable work of GFC’s grassroots grantees. Our aim is to extend the reach of GFC in the United Kingdom, Europe, and beyond.
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