Organizations Working on Children's Care

This page offers a Directory of Organizations working on children’s care issues around the world, at a local, national, regional, and/or global level. The Directory is provided to encourage information sharing and communication between actors working in this sector. 

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100% Mamans support single mothers and their children in order to empower these women and prevent child abandonment.

100% Mamans is a member of Family for Every Child.

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1MILLIONHOME (1MH) is an initiative of Chosen & Dearly Loved , a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 1MILLIONHOME’s mission is to help a million children get home and eradicate the practices that lead to family separation. The 1MH community of practice is made up of family focused organizations as well as residential facilities that are transitioning to family care.

3PC (the Partnership Program for the Protection of Children) is a Cambodian child protection program powered by Friends-International (FI) in collaboration with UNICEF and the Cambodian Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation (MoSVY). 3PC is a network that aims to: facilitate the coordination of social work services in Cambodia, build the capacities of NGOs and Government with the objectives of learning from each other, and create a national Child Protection System for Cambodia.

A Family for Every Orphan is a Christian organization that helps orphans find families in their home countries.

Aberlour, formerly an orphanage in Scotland, now offers foster and residential care for children in care as well as substance abuse recovery services for families, early intervention and family support services, as well as support services for families with children with disabilities.

Abide Family Center is located in Jinja, Uganda. Abide Family Center's goal is to reduce the number of children living in orphanages in Uganda. The organization offers direct services to families at risk.

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Able Child Africa was initially founded in 1984 as the Uganda Society for Disabled Children (USDC) to support children injured by the Ugandan Civil War in the 1970’s and 80’s. In 2007, USDC in the UK became Able Child Africa and began supporting work with children with disabilities in other countries and with additional partners.

Key Areas of Focus: Deinstitutionalization, Family-Based Care, Prevention of Family Separation, Family Strengthening, Ending Orphanage Volunteering/Voluntourism, Advocacy, Donor Awareness

Key Areas of Focus: Family Reintegration, Alternative Care, Addressing Root Causes of Institutionalization, Family Strengthening, Deinstitutionalization, Family-Based Care

The Association for Support of Children at Risk - ACER Brazil was established in November 1993 with a great ideal: to provide an effective road to recovery for children living on the street.