ChildHope has now closed having operated from 1989 to 2023. This section of the website serves as an archive.

The Issues

Our work addressed some of the most challenging issues facing children and families around the world, including modern day slavery and trafficking, gender inequality and dangerous working conditions. Read more about the issues we worked on here.

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Our Approach

We did not believe that one size fits all. Every project was unique and developed to meet the needs of the community. However, although each project was tailored, our approach had important commonalities in all the countries and communities we worked in.

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Our Projects

Here you can learn about the programme work we did. Each project summary includes an overview of the problem, what we were doing, the profile of our local partner plus a summary of our impact.

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Our Local Partners

We developed long-term collaborative partnerships with local organisations to address local challenges. We recognised the local expertise of our partners and worked with them to develop their agendas and project work. This delivered the biggest impact from our project work, ensured projects were sustainable and local capacity building was support.

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The UN Sustainable Development Goals 

All our projects were designed to be sustainable, collaborative, and have long lasting impact. To do this, we supported child participation and ownership of project work and addressed underlying causes that increased the vulnerability and risk of children.

All of our project work aligned with the UN 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These goals recognise that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth.
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