Our projects liberate children and help them to realise their potential.

  • we provide long-term solutions, working to create sustainable and stable foundations.
  • we engage and empower local community groups.
  • we address challenges in the wider communities where the children live.
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  • Refugees
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  • Slums
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New Day Centre

Although Albania’s economy continues to grow, it is one of the poorest in Europe – hampered by a large informal economy and inadequate infrastructure.

Home of Love

Of the 168.9 million people in Bangladesh, 31.5% live below poverty line. This is one of the world’s poorest, least developed nations.

New Hope Children’s Home

Despite a fast-growing economy, 17% of Cambodians live below the poverty line. In the border city of Poi Pet the contrasts are more extreme than most. Home to numerous...

Hadiya Pre-schools

A largely rural-based culture, children traditionally tend animals and fields – around 53% of under 14s are engaged in extended labour activities.

Guatemala: Street Children

In Guatemala over 54% of people live below the poverty line, with 13% living in extreme poverty. Nearly one-half of under-5s are chronically malnourished, one of the highest...

Dalit Education

Despite India's emergence as an economic power on the global stage, the contrast between rich and poor is profound. Very little international aid funding or corporate funding trickles down...

Emmanuel School

Whilst India is emerging as a power on the world stage, the contrast between rich and poor is still profound. According to a study published in 2016, India is the...

Pavement Club

Whilst India is emerging as a power on the world stage, the contrast between rich and poor is still profound. According to a study published in 2016, India is the...

Spurgeons Academy

Kibera, on the outskirts of the capital Nairobi, is the largest urban slum in Africa. Heavily polluted by human waste and garbage, estimates vary, but is estimated that up to...

Syrian Refugee Education

Over one million Syrian refugees have arrived in Lebanon since the Syrian civil war began. Refugees from Syria now make up a staggering 1-in-5 of the population. Services...


Karenni State is the smallest, least accessible and poorest of the 14 ethnic states in Myanmar. For many years, government forces conducted a policy of ethnic cleansing against the Karenni...


The long rule of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his police state was overthrown in 1989. Former communists dominated the government until 1996 when they were swept from power. Romania joined...

South Sudan
Wau Teacher Training

South Sudan is the world’s newest nation, and one of the world’s most fragile states. Years of war and violence mean education has been severely disrupted for generations...

Sri Lanka
Morning Star Care Centre

Over 25 years of civil war finally ended in 2009. The conflict affected the population, economy and the environment. With continuing calls for war atrocities to be investigated, the country...

Sri Lanka

Heavena is a refuge and transitional shelter for women and children who have suffered domestic violence and abuse. It is one of only three such shelters in the whole of...

The Haven

Thailand has experienced political turmoil since 2005 including a coup, numerous major street demonstrations and clashes with security forces. The government struggles to fulfil some of its main election promises...

The Ark

The Ark is a day centre caring for up to 15 children with disabilities, in Soroti, a market town in rural north Uganda.


An average population age of just 15 years means that Uganda is disproportionately young. 19.7% of people live below the poverty line.

Rukungiri Disability

The combination of poverty and disability is toxic. Add stigma and discrimination, and the mix is even more destructive.


Zambia has the fourth highest birth rate in the world and an extremely high HIV/AIDs burden. These factors combined with a high level of poverty – 60.5% of the...