Fundación Centro Una Brisa de Esperanza (FUBE) helps child victims of sexual abuse through legal assistance, counseling, guidance from a social worker, parent trainings, and other services.
Onda Solidária promotes social inclusion by offering opportunities in low-income communities and encouraging the general public to participate in the organization’s activities to advance justice and equality.
Viva a Vida promotes social inclusion of low-income adolescents aged 13 to 17 through three levels of drug abuse prevention services: information, socialization, and treatment.
Dar Amor (Fundamor) transforms the lives of children and youth affected by or living with HIV/AIDS through medical attention, personalized emotional care, tutoring, and other holistic services.
Fundación La Merced (FLM) aims to eradicate child labor in Santo Domingo Oeste by providing integrated support services to child laborers and their families and by guaranteeing that their rights are respected.
Unión GTH Vegana promotes the rights of LGBT adolescents and youth in the province of La Vega and works to ensure equal access to friendly, high-quality, and comprehensive public services.
Asociación AMA is dedicated to promoting leadership, democratic participation, sustainable economic development, and access to comprehensive education on sexuality and sexual and reproductive rights for women and youth in Peten.
Asociación Civil Defiende addresses the pervasive sexual violence against girls in the indigenous communities of San Andrés Semetabaj through an arts-based curriculum on sexual and reproductive health, self-esteem, and gender equality that it implements in local schools.
Using a feminist, youth-centered, and culturally appropriate approach, Asociación Generando (ASOGEN) advances human rights and provides integrated support services to survivors of gender-based and sexual violence.
Asociación Pop No’j facilitates the formation of indigenous leaders through exchange and dialogue and works to build indigenous youth networks in Guatemala.
Coincidir defends the rights of children and youth in Guatemala through a grassroots movement that connects girls in rural communities and small urban centers affected by social violence with youth-led advocacy for policy and social change.
Vida Digna is a Mayan organization in the western highlands of Guatemala dedicated to affirming indigenous migrant identities. Vida Digna supports young people, women, and families from the countryside to fulfill their potential and to support the growth of their communities.
GOJoven Guatemala is a youth-led and youth-serving organization that fights for the sexual and reproductive rights of marginalized youth in five regions in Guatemala and trains new generations of fellows who become the leaders of GOJoven Guatemala’s training, research, and advocacy efforts.
Formed by young people from the department of San Marcos, Jóvenes por el Cambio develops the social and educational capacity of children and young migrants from the region. In addition to providing direct assistance and facilitating workshops and trainings aimed at migrant children and youth, the organization is part of numerous advocacy networks at the transnational and local levels.
Organización Sololateca por los Derechos de las Mujeres Jóvenes Indígenas (SPDMJI) designs and facilitates workshops with girls, adolescents, and women on issues of self-esteem, gender-equity, indigenous women’s rights, and preventing early and forced marriage and violence against women.
Working closely with rural communities, Women’s Justice Initiative improves the lives of Guatemalan indigenous women and girls through education, access to legal services, and gender-based violence prevention. Its adolescent girls program works to prevent early and forced marriage through improving girls’ knowledge of their rights; transforming local norms that condone child marriage; creating safe spaces for girls; and ensuring that parents and community leaders take action to delay early marriage.
Association Zanmi Timoun contributes to Haiti’s economic and social change by improving the living conditions of destitute children and youth throughout the country, particularly those who have fallen victim to exploitation, abuse, neglect, trafficking, or violence.
Artemisa promotes the empowerment of girls, youth, and adolescents of all genders through a feminist and sexual diversity lens using art, theater, and dynamic discussions around social inclusion, sexual and reproductive health and rights, access to justice, and human rights.
A youth-led and youth-serving organization, GOJoven Honduras promotes comprehensive development to improve the quality of life of adolescents and youth through capacity-building, collective advocacy, and a focus on guaranteeing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all youth in Honduras.
Organización para el Empoderamiento de la Juventud (OYE) builds socially conscious youth leaders and encourages high academic achievement through a competitive scholarship program and community engagement projects that include a youth-run radio station, a magazine, public arts, and graphic design.
Redes Juveniles de la MANORCHO are a consortium of four municipal youth networks that promote leadership trainings for young people in rural villages and advocate with their respective municipal governments for appropriate investment of public funds designated for youth programs.
Un Mundo is a community development organization that promotes dignity, community, and self-sufficiency of people living in the protected watershed of the Cangrejal river through access to sustainable education, health, and livelihoods services.
Unidad de Desarrollo Integral de la Mujer y la Familia (UDIMUF) works to build a more peaceful, equitable, and just society that transforms inequitable gender relationships and contributes to decreasing violence against women. Its programming includes working with middle and high school girls to build their leadership, knowledge in civic participation, sexual health and rights, and skills to protect themselves against sexual abuse and violence.
Alianza para la Integración Comunitaria UTOPIA A.C. (APIC UTOPIA) promotes a healthy childhood for children and youth in and around Mexico City through academic and extracurricular activities that improve participants’ educational attainment, well-being, and chances for success.
The Human Rights Center Fray Matías de Córdova specializes in the defense and promotion of the human rights of refugees, asylum seekers, international migrant population and their families.
Centro Integral de Atención a las Mujeres (CIAM) works to prevent all forms of violence against women and children through its contextualized and community-based peace education programs.
Chantiik Taj Tajinkutik provides dignified support and skills training to street-working children and youth by involving them in workshops to learn about their rights, gain new skills, and obtain a job that will pay a fair wage once they turn 18.
Colectivo Seres supports children and youth at risk for or living with HIV/AIDS, offering prevention education and HIV testing for at-risk populations and providing direct services to HIV-positive children and youth to improve their quality of life, help them avoid stigmatization, and ensure that they receive proper care from local and public entities.
A bi-national organization that works in San Diego and Tijuana, Espacio Migrante works to protect the human rights of migrants and refugees, empower migrant communities, improve their quality of life, research the phenomenon of migration, and raise awareness of the issue.
México y Caribe Jóvenes works to advance the rights of young people, particularly their sexual and reproductive rights, by educating youth and training them to be community leaders.
Red + Posithiva de Quintana Roo provides HIV prevention education and comprehensive health services to people living with HIV in all ten municipalities of Quintana Roo.
Sin Fronteras promotes and defends the human rights of migrants, refugees, and their families through social work services; legal representation and psychosocial assistance; education and outreach; national, regional, and international networking; and advocacy for improved migration legislation, policies, and programs (including alternatives to the detention of migrant children).
Voces promotes the organization and voices of indigenous migrants (especially children, women, and youth) for the defense and exercise of their rights and to help them build “Lekil Kuxlejal” (good living) in the migrant and transnational communities of Mesoamerica and North America.
Asociación Movimiento de Mujeres por Nuestros Derechos Humanos (MOMUNDH) works to prevent gender-based violence and promotes sexual and reproductive health and rights for women and girls in Villa El Carmen.
Ashanti Perú – Red Peruana de Jovenes Afrodescendientes is a youth-led network that works with and on behalf of Afro-descendent children and youth to combat racism, discrimination, and poverty through active and effective participation in public spaces.
Asociación Educativa Kusi Kawsay is an independent nonprofit school that educates low-income indigenous children through a curriculum that incorporates Waldorf methodology as well as traditional Andean cultural values.
Al Otro Lado is a bi-national, direct legal services organization serving indigent deportees, migrants, and refugees in Tijuana, Mexico.
Fihankra Akoma Ntoaso (FAN) provides youth in foster care with a safe and stable after-school environment to ensure that they have the educational and social support necessary to escape the cycle of poverty.
Homies Unidos works to end violence and promote peace through gang prevention, promotion of human rights in immigrant communities, and youth empowerment.
The Immigrant Youth Coalition is an undocumented and queer/trans youth-led organization based in California.
LaUnidad11, named for the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States, is a protection network based upon a model of mutual aid, a solidarity organizing model where families and communities are individually and collectively prepared in the event of an arrest, detention, or deportation.
Tahirih Justice Center is the only national, multi-city organization providing a broad range of direct legal services, policy advocacy, and training and education to protect immigrant women and girls fleeing gender-based violence.
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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