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Big love to our new members

Our members’ network keeps on growing!

Since the end of last year we’ve had even more organizations join us. In particular, many of our latest members are organizations taking part in our Keeping Victims/Survivors Safe Programme, through which we are supporting all those who work with, and for, some of the most at-risk children in the world.

Celebrating our recent new network members

CSC-Asbl provides support, supervision and psycho-social support to children and young women who are survivors and victims of wars, and ethnic conflicts in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

The St. James Vicariate, who work with the Hebrew-speaking Catholics living in Israel, with those coming from other nations, and also includes local Christians and migrants.

Viva Juntos, a foundation committed to the protection and restitution of the rights of Salvadoran girls and boys. 

Centro Las Libres is a feminist organization whose primary mission is to promote and defend women’s human rights and to demand the guarantee and respect of women’s rights in the state of Guanajuato and across Mexico.

SUSTAIN Cameroon is a not-for-profit organization working to improve the welfare of vulnerable women and children in the most under-served communities in the North-West Region of Cameroon. 

NIHR works on the dissemination and strengthening of the culture of human rights and democracy, citizenship and peace-building in various regions of Iraq.

LIDFOHRP is a Sierra Leonean NGO, West Africa, which implements livelihoods, human rights, education and life skills projects that support female survivors, vulnerable children and youths.

Aawaaj aims to demonstrate capacity against violence and discrimination of children and women in Midwestern region, Nepal. 

Toto Centre Initiative (Facebook page) is a child-centred, community based organization that works directly with children, school community members, key departments from county and national government, and like-minded organizations.

And last, but not least, bienvenue à Itodju!  This Benin-based organization works on a wide range of programmes, from campaigning against forced marriage, supporting orphans, to promoting sexual health and hygiene.

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