The 12th of June marks World Day Against Child Labour. Learn more about the worldwide movement against child labour as well as our efforts to lead the change.Read this story
A welcome note from our new Executive Director, Nicky Davies. Nicky tells us about her past experience and why she decided to join ChildHope.
Executive Director, Jill Healey, is moving on from the organisation. She will be sorely missed by all who worked with her during her time in this position!
The 15th May marks International Day of Families. Learn more on 2022s theme 'Families & Urbanisation' and how we can help the most marginalised groups.Read this story
Interview with Rita Panicker from our Indian partner Butterflies to talk about Women's History Month in the light of her life and work experiences.Read this story
International Day for Street Children 2022 from the perspective and experience of Charlie Middleton, ChildHope's Chair of Trustees, in Mumbai, India.Read this story
Current discussion in the international development sector has shifted to the language we use to describe our work. But in the urgency, are we in danger of losing sight of the very people we are meant to be protecting?Read this story
This 24th of January marks the International Day of Education for the fourth year. This day is about highlighting the fundamental right to education for all. What role does ChildHope play in realising the right to education and transforming the future of education?Read this story
ChildHope has always had a strong focus on learning – whether through access to formal education or alternative learning opportunities like mobile schools or technical training, to fit around children’s difficult lives. But what have we learnt as an organisation since 1989?
An update from our WASH project in Nepal – A story of a school revival - how we are working with our partner Voice of Children to rebuild toilets and hand washing facilities in a rural school and improve hygiene literacy.Read this story
“Young people have the potential to effect change but cannot do it alone. It is important to give young people the opportunity to express themselves and achieve their potential”Read this story
Poverty-stricken families engage children in work to provide food for their families so that they don't starve to death.Read this story
"We are confident that the project will be valued as effective interventions to address the child labour and contribute towards ending the child labour by 2025."Read this story
Karen has been training all year for the London Marathon. Although the 2020 London Marathon was postponed that hasn't stopped her! We caught up with Karen to hear how her fundraising and training has gone over these past few months.Read this story
I’m Colin, the Education Adviser for ChildHope, I have been working for ChildHope for around two and a half years. I have many years’ experience in the education sector as an educator, team leader, and quality improvement manager.Read this story
Charles has been supporting ChildHope since 1997! Between 1988 and 2002, he ran an impressive 16
marathons for his favourite charities. Today he has swapped his running vest for an apron.
Our research work into young people's understanding of uncertainty, violence, poverty and rights in post-conflict and fragile environments in Ethiopia.Read this story
ChildHope talk with Future Focus Foundations' Umaro Sheriff to discuss the power of volunteering and issues face by women and children in Sierra Leone.Read this story
Around four years ago, we decided to invest more to integrate safeguarding into everything we were doing. We wanted to make sure everyone on our team was up to speed with safeguarding and child protection, so we invited ChildHope in to do some training for us.Read this story
In Dhaka, ChildHope and our partner Nagorik Uddyog are running centres that protect, educate and nourish children while their mothers work long hours in garment factories. These life-changing centres are being funded by the UK-based charity TRAID. We spoke to Angela Russ to find out more about TRAID and what it hopes to achieve through its partnership with ChildHope.Read this story
CLAMP, which stands for Community Led Action against Modern-slavery and Poverty, is a three year project focused on ending modern slavery and human trafficking in Nepal and supporting those who have been victims. To deliver this programme we are partnering with Shakti Samuha. We spoke to Project Manager Sarala Tamang to find out more about their work in Nepal and what CLAMP will achieve.Read this story
ChildHope is proud to be working with Glad’s House, an organisation supporting children and young people who live on the streets of Mombasa, Kenya. Glad’s House’s chief executive Vicky Ferguson tells us more.Read this story
ChildHope utilised a Comic Relief grant to create the South to South Safeguarding Network.Read this story
Helen Veitch led our Lunch and Learn seminar on the subject of Children’s Participation and Sexual Violence, find out more about our Safeguarding seminars.Read this story
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