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.
Diaspora Solidaria (DiaSol) utilizes a holistic approach to youth development, providing youth with a safe space to speak their minds and receive support, guidance, resources, knowledge, and care, with the ultimate goal of creating opportunities for personal growth, economic security, and critical thinking.
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.
Corporación Correcaminos works in the town of El Retiro to promote community participation, education, and economic opportunities through cultural, educational, and recreational activities, with a focus on cycling.
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.
180 Grados para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo supports children, youth, and families living in bateys (rural settlements established and owned by sugar companies to house sugarcane workers) by providing a communal social safety net and educational and recreational opportunities.
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 Comunitaria Hilarte provides art-based early childhood development services to disadvantaged children in Guayaquil.
Fundación UBECI 01 Americas Ecuador Quito Fundación UBECI supports working and street-based children in Quito by offering educational opportunities to children where they work.
Asociación AMA (AMA) seeks to promote the sexual and reproductive rights of young women in Guatemala’s Petén region in order to bring down the numbers of unplanned pregnancies in the region and address their root causes.
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 PASOS, known locally as Primeros Pasos, provides accessible and culturally appropriate medical care and health education to the mainly indigenous communities of the Palajunoj Valley.
Asociación Pop No’j facilitates the formation of indigenous leaders through exchange and dialogue and works to build indigenous youth networks in Guatemala.
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.
Located in Petit-Goâve’s Delattre community, Organisation Haitienne pour le Developpement Durable (OHDD) promotes sustainable development through education, culture, civic engagement, and environmental protection.
Pax Christi Ayiti, known locally as SAKALA, provides a safe space where children, youth, and community members come together to build a culture of peace, self-empowerment, and development by blending sports, community building, and education in the heart of Cité Soleil.
Cooperativa Mixta Juvenil Emprendedores Solidarios (CMJ) promotes employability, entrepreneurship, and life skills development among at-risk and formerly gang-involved youth.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Asociación de Sordociegos de Nicaragua (ASCN) promotes the full integration of deafblind individuals into Nicaraguan society by teaching braille, sign language, and safe mobility techniques to deafblind children, youth, and adults.
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.
Fundación Fénix helps children and youth in the Ciudad Sandino neighborhood of Managua avoid criminal activity and gang involvement, stay away from drugs, prepare for and continue their education, and build skills to generate income.
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 Civil Los Pioneros promotes safe, healthy communities in Callao through soccer, life skills training, youth enterprise projects, and peace education.
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.
Driven by a mission to increase children’s access to books and improve their reading comprehension, Un Millón de Niños Lectores (UMNL) builds public libraries in low-income schools in Peru, with the goal of developing a national system of public and school libraries.
Courtney’s House offers a safe and loving environment and appropriate services to girls and boys between the ages of 12 and 18 who have been trafficked for sex in the DC region.
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.
Project Create works directly with children who are living in transitional housing or homeless shelters in Washington, DC, to provide access to the arts, with the aim of breaking the cycle of homelessness and poverty.
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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