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Florence Koenderink 13h
Did you know?: That in the Czech Republic a lot of money was invested into improving institutional childcare, creating better physical conditions, better trained staff and smaller institutions, but the outcomes remained the same.
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ReThink Orphanages Global Aug 14
Ruthie first experienced the pull of volunteering at high school. Her initial excitement soon turned to doubt about the trip, which included spending time in an orphanage. Read her story -
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Lumos Apr 4
You know her as the brave Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films… but did you know that does amazing behind-the-scenes ambassador work with Lumos? In 2016, she travelled to Haiti to learn more about why children need
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Lumos Apr 15
"Every child is priceless." Our amazing self-advocates are asking MEPs to stand up for children in this May’s . We call on them to become a and to recognise that children need .
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Dr Delia Pop Dec 1
Thank you for providing a platform to share from the global experience in care reform and the transition from institutional care to family and community based care. Great energy and commitment to children rights.
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Georgina Harris Apr 3
What does baking with your kids and volunteering internationally have to do with each other?
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Alternative Care KE Feb 19
Members of the Association's De-instituionalisation and Reintegration Thematic Working Group met today in Nairobi. We are so excited about the momentum which is building here in Kenya!
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Hope and Homes for Children Jul 2
Orphanages do not respond to the orphan crisis: instead they actively contribute to by providing a one-size-fits-all response to deeper societal problems, which are left unaddressed. Orphanages are NEVER a solution.
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Child's i Foundation Aug 13
Today we are having powerful and great discussions with new community volunteers on the importance of family-based care and why children need to grow up in safe and loving families.
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Dr Delia Pop Nov 30
Children without parental care are our responsibility, we cannot fail them stressed Hon’ble Justice Deepak Gupta. They need the love of a family to growing up and realise their potential
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Stahili Foundation Jun 7
Most of the children we work with end up in orphanages simply because of poverty. Placing children in orphanages doesn't solve the problem.
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Alternative Care KE Mar 25
underscores why our Association exists -- to see the implementation of the Kenya Alternative Care Guidelines and to foster collaboration to ensure that children in grow up in .
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Njeri K Omesa May 14
Today we celebrate family across the world. Children thrive in strong, loving families. Invest in family and community strengthening initiatives to keep families together.
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Alternative Care KE Apr 4
Cases of trafficking to orphanages continue to surface and not only in Kenya. Check out this story from neighbouring Uganda. Orphanages place children at risk. We need to change the way we care for children.
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Stichting Peramiho May 29
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Florence Koenderink Aug 16
A look back at the realities behind the circumstances of refugees.
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Raising Futures Kenya May 29
Our second Strategic Objective for 2019-2021 is: “To equip and empower the families of the re-integrated children and former sponsored students, to be income secure and able to provide for their families’ basic needs by the end of 2020.” 💙
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Evelyn Magaju Mar 25
Why do orphanages accommodate strangers to spend nights with children?Which parent allow stranger to bath own children?The existence of a parent should never define a child.
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AndresGomezdelaTorre Dec 12
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ECFG Dec 12
We can make better investments to help vulnerable children than funding orphanages.
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