The Center on the Developing Child’s diverse activities align around building an R&D (research and development) platform for science-based innovation, and transforming the policy and practice landscape that supports and even demands change.
CELSIS strives to improve the experiences and life chances of children and young people in Scotland who are looked after, their families, and those who have left care - by working alongside the professionals who touch their lives, and the wider systems responsible for their care.
CRCF is an interdisciplinary research centre at the University of East Anglia, UK, which conducts research and advocacy on vulnerable children and families, including alternative care.
The Centre of Excellence in Alternative Care, India is group of professionals who wish to bridge the existing gaps between policies and practices in child care system in India and ensure that every child is living in a family environment by strengthening and implementing non institutional - alternative care options in India.
Challenging Heights promotes youth and family empowerment and children’s rights to education andfreedom from forced labour in Ghana.
CHAMPS is a national policy and communications campaign to ensure bright futures for kids in foster care by promoting the highest quality parenting.
The mission of Chances for Children-NY (CFC) is to strengthen relationships between at-risk parents and their children, from birth to age five. They want to provide coping skills for parents and to prevent destructive interactions from interfering with the healthy development of both parent and child.
Key Areas of Focus: Adoption and Foster Care, Child Protection, Child Rights, Child Participation, Children Living in Poverty, Policy Research
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The Charis Project is a 501(c)3 corporation dedicated to protecting children by strengthening and empowering families and communities, and providing quality care for children from disrupted families.
Child and Family Foundation was established in January 2015 by child care and family support practitioners and specialists who had worked for the benefit of children for many years.