Countries we work in
Here, we’re helping young people access healthcare, including sexual health services. We’re also protecting vulnerable child workers.
Since 1991 we've been working with schools and communities affected by armed conflict. Now, we're also responding to the huge influx of people fleeing economic crisis in Venezuela.
We started working here in 2002. We’re focusing on helping every child to get a basic education and we’re also working to promote children’s rights.
Since 1999 we've been helping Guatemala's poorest families overcome the impact of the country’s 36-year civil war. Today, our programmes cover education, health, livelihoods and nutrition.
The 2010 Haiti earthquake killed 230,000 people and left more than 1 million homeless. We're working with families on health, education, and protection issues, and preventing and treating cholera.
We started working here in 1980. We’re working to get every child a good education. And we want children here to grow up without fear of violence.