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Expanding our Global Network: Welcoming VVCYF to Keeping Children Safe

We are thrilled to announce that VVCYF, a non-profit organisation based in Kibaha District, Tanzania, has become a member of our global network at Keeping Children Safe. With shared values and a common goal of promoting International Child Safeguarding Standards, VVCYF brings valuable expertise and dedication to our network.  VVCYF initially started with the aim […]

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Welcoming Handmaid Children Home: Empowering Lives, Ensuring Safety

We are thrilled to extend a warm welcome to Handmaid Children Home as the newest member of our global network at Keeping Children Safe. Based in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, Handmaid Children Home is a registered organisation dedicated to transforming the lives of the less privileged and orphaned children and adults across Africa.   Making an Impact:  

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Strengthening Child Safeguarding in Africa: Oselobua Family Foundation Joins Our Global Network

We are delighted to announce that Oselobua Family Foundation has joined our global network of organisations dedicated to promoting International Child Safeguarding Standards. OSEFAFO has been at the forefront of championing child’s rights, child protection, and youth empowerment throughout Africa.  Led by their Executive Director, a certified child safeguarding investigator and specialist collaborating closely with

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Uniting for Child Safeguarding: Welcoming DBI Foundation & Homes to the KCS Network

We are delighted to welcome DBI Foundation & Homes to our members network at Keeping Children Safe.  As a registered non-profit organisation in Nigeria, DBI is dedicated to promoting community health and integrated development nationwide.  DBI Foundation’s focus on providing care and support services for orphans and vulnerable children, and economic empowerment for their caregivers aligns well

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The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Zambia Joins KCS in Safeguarding Youth

We are delighted to announce that The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Zambia has joined KCS’ members’ network!  Their dedication to providing young people aged 14-24 with a non-formal education experience that helps them discover their potential and place in the world is truly inspiring.  As an organisation focused on child safeguarding, we appreciate their

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Empowering Children Through Football: Welcoming Rural Soccer Ghana to the Keeping Children Safe Network

We are excited to welcome Rural Soccer Ghana (RSG) as a new member of the Keeping Children Safe (KCS) network!  RSG Ghana is a non-profit organisation operating in the northern region of Ghana working mainly in deprived communities working with underprivileged children through football activities, promoting sound health and wellness of the youth through participation,

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Welcome BoMoVu to Our Global Network: Promoting Child Safeguarding and Empowerment

We are excited to welcome BoMoVu to our community of organisations dedicated to protecting children from harm.  BoMoVu is an association that develops programs to transform sports and body movement into social benefits, fighting discrimination in these areas. Thanks to their network of volunteer athletes and body activists, they work with various groups such as

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New member: Association in Favour of People with Cerebral Palsy (APAC)

We are thrilled to welcome the Association in Favour of People with Cerebral Palsy (APAC) as the newest member of the Keeping Children Safe network! Founded in 1970 by a group of mothers of children with cerebral palsy, APAC’s mission is to improve the life quality of people with Cerebral Palsy through more than 80

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Welcome CYPLP

We’d like to welcome another new member to the KCS global network: Children and Young People Living for Peace (CYPLP) is a Pan-African, voluntary, youth-focused, loose membership association in Nigeria, with chapters across Africa. They co-design, co-create and co-execute innovative, home-grown solutions to local challenges driven by locals in vulnerable communities. In their own words, we

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Hello Scouts!

The World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) has joined the global Keeping Children Safe (KCS) Members’ Network as part of their ongoing commitment to providing a safe and inclusive environment for all children and youth involved in Scouting.  WOSM is the world’s leading educational youth movement with more than 57 million young people and

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Namaste RATI

A big welcome to our latest member organisation, the RATI* Foundation for Social Change in Mumbai, which works to create safe spaces and communities both online and offline for children and women. To achieve this, they develop and implement a variety of strategies, such as providing on-ground victim support, working on digital safety, strengthening child

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Hei Fida International

We’d like to say a big hello to Fida International, which has joined the global KCS members’ network. Fida is a Finnish faith-based organisation working in global missions, community development and humanitarian aid in 50 countries. They aim to bring hope and a better future to all nations – especially to children living in poverty.

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