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Keeping Children Safe welcomes Kollob Min Noor to our global network

Keeping Children Safe is delighted to extend a warm welcome to Kollob Min Noor, our newest member in the journey towards promoting the International Child Safeguarding Standards globally. Located in Bekaa, Lebanon, Kollob Min Noor is dedicated to fostering social inclusion, raising public awareness and building capacity within their community. By joining the KCS network, Kollob Min Noor demonstrates its unwavering […]

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Console Mission joins hands with Keeping Children Safe for a safer tomorrow for every child 

Keeping Children Safe proudly welcomes Console Mission into its global network. Established in Nepal in 2010, Console Mission has been a stalwart community-based organisation, particularly active in education, public health and sustainable development.  Also known as Dilasa Abhiyan, it has been a beacon of hope since its founding. Their projects on literacy and sustainable education

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SECHILD’s new journey with Keeping Children Safe in child safeguarding and advocacy

We are happy to announce the newest member of the Keeping Children Safe network: SECHILD. SECHILD, The Sedoo Initiative for Children with Special Needs, is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2011 with a commitment to improving the lives of children with special needs and individuals with disabilities in Nigeria. What started as a response to

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Fe y Alegría joins the child safeguarding movement: a global commitment to quality education

We are delighted to extend a warm welcome to Fe y Alegría, a prominent international movement of popular education and social promotion, as they join the global network of Keeping Children Safe. Operating in 22 countries, particularly in areas of profound exclusion, the movement works diligently to uphold and defend the universal right to quality

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Peace Matunda joins the KCS Network: nurturing children through education 

We are thrilled to announce that Peace Matunda has joined the Keeping Children Safe (KCS) network. Peace Matunda, located in Tanzania, shares our unwavering commitment to the safeguarding and well-being of children.  A Holistic Approach to Education At Peace Matunda, their approach to education goes beyond academics. They focus on nurturing a child’s mental, spiritual,

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Welcoming ILSWACI to the KCS Network: A Commitment to Child Safeguarding

We are thrilled to announce the newest addition to our global Network at Keeping Children Safe: Integrated Life Support for Women and Children Initiative (ILSWACI)!  Established in 2009, ILSWACI is a non-governmental organisation with a resolute mission—to address the problems and needs of women and children through integrated life support for their general well-being. Their

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Welcoming Too Young to Wed: A Journey to End Child Marriage

We are happy to announce the newest addition to our global network at Keeping Children Safe: Too Young to Wed. Too Young to Wed’s inspiring journey began in Afghanistan, where founder and Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Stephanie Sinclair embarked on a mission to shed light on the heartbreaking stories of girls and women who set themselves

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Welcoming The Child Friendly Governance Project to Our Global Network

We are delighted to announce that The Child Friendly Governance Project has joined our global network at Keeping Children Safe. With a strong focus on empowering children and young people for a brighter future, the organisation advocates for child-friendly governance systems that prioritise children’s voices in decision-making processes.  In our current economic and democratic systems,

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Welcoming The Dihya Foundation to Our Global Network: Protecting Health Rights for Girls

We are delighted to announce that The Dihya Foundation has joined our global network at Keeping Children Safe!   The Dihya Foundation, a non-governmental organisation based in Nigeria, focuses on the health and well-being of women, particularly in the area of female reproductive health care. Their core objectives revolve around awareness and education on family planning,

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Expanding Our Network: Tushinde Joins Keeping Children Safe

We are delighted to announce that Tushinde has joined our global network at Keeping Children Safe. Based in Nairobi’s Mathare and Kiambiu informal settlements, Tushinde Children’s Trust is a charity dedicated to providing support and care to over 500 children in vulnerable life situations.  Tushinde believes that every child deserves to grow up in a

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Empowering Young People to Become Leaders: A Chance In Life joins the KCS Network

We are thrilled to announce that A Chance In Life has joined our global network at Keeping Children Safe! Since 1945, A Chance In Life has been making a significant difference in the lives of at-risk children and youth worldwide, working in collaboration with local organisations to offer a chance in life to those who

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