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A world in which all children enjoy a life free from injustice and abuse.
To build on the strengths within children, families, communities and institutions so that children can grow up to become empowered citizens.
ChildHope UK set up supported by UNICEF and Save The Children (Sweden)
Southern Africa Fund to aid street children in South Africa, Uganda, Malawi and Mozambique is obtained
ChildHope UK is a founding member of Consortium for Street Children (UK) and shifts focus to education
Relationship with Pendekezo Letu (PKL) in Nairobi, our longest continued partner, begins
Five new partnerships established: CHADET (Ethiopia), Sathsath (Nepal), Butterflies (India), Aparajeyo (Bangladesh) and Railway Children (India)
Refocused working relationships, strengthening the scope for partners to lead programmes
Ceased all work in Central and Eastern Europe
Coalition with eight NGOs to reduce violence against women and children is formed
Refocus goals to work with boys, girls and youth under 25 years
New partnership launched to improve the lives of Bangladeshi garment workers and their children
Prioritise educating families and teachers on Child Rights
Launch of a major new initiative to support over 16,000 Ethiopian girls through school, partnering with CHADET
Renewed commitment to work with extremely marginalized children as part of the Global Commitment to ‘Leave No-One Behind’
New strategic framework launched with a greater inclusion of children with disabilities
New ‘Lunch & Learn’ Seminar Series launched to strengthen child protection knowledge and practice for UK-based charities and agencies within the international development sector
Childhope UK continues to grow connections between Southern partners to extend its protection and safeguarding support and training to other agencies outside of the UK.
New strategic framework launched focusing on the most vulnerable and marginalised children with local partners in Africa and Asia
New Executive Director, Nicky Davies, joins ChildHope UK focusing on funding diversification and long-term strategic review.
One year process agreed to complete all six current funded programmes, build sustainability of partners and safeguarding South2South Network, and close ChildHope by end of 2023.