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. 

AVSI Foundation

AVSI Foundation, an NGO created in 1972, carries out cooperation projects for development, with particular emphasis on education. In its work, its attention is focused on the defense and promotion of the dignity of the person, the cornerstone of every project. 

Badael Alternatives

Alternatives-Badael was founded in 2013 and advocates for the right to family origins so that the child is not separated from the biological family unless it is the last resort. 

Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation

The mission of Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation is to work for the treatment, education, rehabilitation, health, nutrition and protection of children and adults with disability through training in independent skills by developing, providing, organizing and setting up relevant services through training and facilities.

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Barnado’s

Barnado’s  is a UK based charity that works with children, young people an their families to support children who have been abused and to provide fostering and adoption services.

Barnrättsbyrån

The Barnrättsbyrån Children's Rights Agency provides support, advice, and practical assistance to children regarding their rights. 

BCN Netherlands Chapter

BCN Netherlands (BCNN) was formed by international nongovernmental organizations and donors in the Netherlands with the aim of raising awareness about appropriate forms of alternative care among the Dutch groups and organizations.

Be Strong Families

Since 2012, Be Strong Families has partnered with organizations, systems and communities to help families grow stronger from the inside out. 

Beautiful Gate South Africa (BGSA)

BGSA is an interdenominational Christian organization providing care and support to vulnerable children and families. BGSA empowers and strengthens families and mobilizes its community to do the same. They aim to restore the capacity of communities and families to care for their children or, where this is not possible, to find alternative families.