The RISE Learning Network aims to promote and facilitate learning on Recovery and Reintegration (R&R) approaches that improve outcomes for children and adolescents affected by sexual exploitation (CSE). It is a project implemented by Family for Every Child, Retrak, and the International Centre: Researching Child Sexual Exploitation, Violence and Trafficking, University of Bedfordshire. The learning activities directly supported are in three focus regions – Latin America and the Caribbean, sub-Saharan Africa and South & Central Asia.
The Roblealto Child Care Association is a Christian, public welfare, non-profit organization founded in 1932.
Roots Research Center is working with adult adoptees who aim to find their biological parents, and are supporting/consulting adoptive families to work with their adopted children. They also promote foster care.
Safe Child Thailand's mission is to identify and safeguard at-risk children in Thailand and empower them to reach their fullest potential.
Safe Haven’s mission is to provide intervention and support for children with disabilities and medical issues, allowing them the opportunity to access the medical and therapeutic resources they need in order to reach full potential, lead healthy lives and reach their highest level of personal independence.
Sahathai Foundation is a non-governmental organization which was established by scholars in the family and child welfare industry in 1976. Sahathai recognizes that the family is the basis of social development and works to ensure that families are supported and strengthened to care for children.
Sarthi is a children rights organization in Bihar, one of India's poorest regions. They protect and rehabilitate children placed in Bihar's government homes for minors, including children from broken or abusive families, orphaned children, street children, handicapped children and juvenile offenders.
Save the Children is an international NGO that support’s children’s rights around the world, and focuses on protecting children from abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence.
Save the Children in Cambodia covers all sectors of Save the Children work through the lens of 3 global breakthroughs: Survive, Learn, and Be Protected. These sectors include: education, health, nutrition, child protection, child rights governance, and livelihoods.
Save the Children Indonesia has committed to changing forever the way the world treats children. They believe this generation has the unique opportunity to stop children dying from preventable causes, or being denied a basic education or consigned to orphanages.