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Welcoming Rural Reconstruction and Development Society (RRDS) to the Keeping Children Safe Global Network 

We are happy to announce the newest member of the Keeping Children Safe global network: Rural Reconstruction and Development Society (RRDS). Established in 1991 as a non-profit organisation, RRDS operates at the grassroots level in Nellore, Andhra Pradesh, India, focusing primarily on health, agriculture and gender issues.  Their work is in accelerating social and economic […]

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Safeguarding children in digital spaces: DKMK joins the KCS global network 

We wish to welcome the Association for Communication and Media Culture (DKMK) as the newest member of the Keeping Children Safe global network of members. DKMK is dedicated to improving media and communication culture and promoting media literacy among citizens.  Their mission is to champion the protection of children in Croatia through educational, research and

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Empowering Displaced Children: Welcoming Project Play to the KCS Global Network 

We are happy to announce that Project Play has joined the Keeping Children Safe global network. Founded in August 2018 by volunteers working in northern France, Project Play provides safe spaces for displaced children to play, learn and grow.  In an environment where children on the France-UK border are denied access to safe spaces for

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Striving to champion child safeguarding in Zimbabwe and beyond: Childline Zimbabwe joins the KCS Global Network

We are delighted to announce the newest member of the Keeping Children Safe global network: Childline Zimbabwe. Childline Zimbabwe is dedicated to championing the protection of children through the provision of safe and confidential reporting and support mechanisms, to create a Zimbabwe where every child feels safe, supported and empowered.  With an established network of

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Working for child safeguarding and ending child poverty worldwide: Children International joins the KCS Global Network 

We are proud to announce the newest member of the Keeping Children Safe global network: Children International. With a vision to bring people together to end poverty for good, Children International (CI) is a top-rated humanitarian organisation dedicated to empowering children and youth to break free from poverty.  What sets Children International apart is its

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War Child Announces New Global Alliance and Job Opportunities

War Child charities worldwide have united to form the War Child Alliance, a dynamic network dedicated to ensuring that no child becomes a victim of war. This collaboration comes at a crucial time as the number of children affected by conflict continues to rise.  The War Child Alliance comprises fundraising members from the Netherlands, UK,

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Welcoming The Safe Space Foundation to the Keeping Children Safe Global Network 

We are thrilled to extend a warm welcome to The Safe Space Foundation, an anti-sexual violence organisation from Ghana, as the newest member of the Keeping Children Safe global network. Since 2017, The Safe Space Foundation has been at the forefront of efforts to educate, empower, counsel and protect women and children, creating a society

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Safeguarding Children in Liberia and beyond: Welcome VEFIL to the KCS Network 

We are delighted to announce the newest addition to the Keeping Children Safe global network: Vulnerable Empowerment Foundation International Liberia (VEFIL). Founded in 2019, VEFIL is a small Liberian NGO dedicated to providing aid and support to victims of conflict and disease in Liberia.  At VEFIL, their mission is to strengthen the public healthcare system

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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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