What we do

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We use the money to fund projects that are tailored to a child’s circumstances and break down barriers to child equality. We are a children’s charity with a holistic approach. We look at a child’s circumstances and address whatever problems are standing in the way of their right to an education and a happy, healthy life. We provide all the things a child needs; food, health services, water, support, a safe place to be. We do what works.

Stopping the endless cycle of poverty through this innovative health and education programme; a mechanism to reduce disease and starvation
  • Community engagement
  • Education
  • Health
  • Nutrition
  • Water and sanitation
“I like HealthStart and I love working with it” Pauline (facilitator of HealthStart programme from Ogra foundation)
OverviewStopping the endless cycle of poverty through this innovative health and education programme; a vital mechanism to reduce disease and starvation
AimsWe don’t want to limit ourselves to just simply tackling one problem; so instead we aim to encompass all problems into one framework so we can fully address the health needs of children; this way we can truly eradicate poverty for good! Through school meals, clean water, deworming, malaria nets, family planning and life skills teaching combined we can attack the problems that these children face head on. A sustainable change that will have positive effects today and for generations to come
Centres in the heart of communities providing children with nutritional, social and medical support. A lifeline for children in need
  • Community engagement
  • Education
  • Health
  • Nutrition
  • Water and sanitation
“There are lots of changes in the community. The school drop out level has minimised, the persons living with HIV are encouraged to visit the centre... ,the community members are very happy about the centre” Alice, Social worker at Kochogo, children’s development centre.
OverviewCentres in the heart of the community providing children with nutritional and social support and medical care. A lifeline for children in need
AimsWe want to transform the well-being of children’s health by providing healthy, balanced meals and clean water that would be otherwise impossible for these children to have access to. A safe place for children to learn and develop with a hopeful future ahead of them.
By giving women and girls valuable agricultural and life skills, we enable them to lift their families out of poverty for good.
  • Community engagement
  • Education
  • Nutrition
"Continued poverty in the society was due to high school drop-out rates among the girls due to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), early marriages and teenage pregnancy."Margaret Ikiara, leader of CIFORD
OverviewEmpowering women with the skills they need to develop standing in the community and feed their families.
AimsTo educate women and girls, increasing their knowledge and skills to reduce extreme hunger and child mortality.
Our 3 year sustainability projects are enabling schools to provide food for their pupils, giving the children both long-term food security and valuable skills.
  • Community engagement
  • Education
  • Nutrition
"It helps staff and students in the school to have a better idea and methods of providing food for ourselves. At the same time we pass on the ideas to our families. It has helped my younger ones to be more interested in schooling as they will have something to eat during school hours and be more effective in school.”Ishmail Bai Bundu, manager of the project in Rolal, Magbeni and Maronka schools, Sierra Leone.
OverviewChild.org supports primary schools with food gardens which help children in some of the poorest communities to grow their own food at school. This gives children what in some cases is their only meal of the day and teaches them valuable life skills. It also means Child.org need only fund breakfast clubs until the gardens are established and then the school can support themselves.
AimsOur unique initiative is known as Feeding our Future, with the aim that within three years, schools will be supporting themselves with no further need for outside funds to keep the children well nourished, in school and learning.
Vital food and nutritional support provided in communities where children are malnourished
  • Community engagement
  • Education
  • Health
  • Nutrition
  • Water and sanitation
“we are instilling hope - raising self-esteem - confidence and moving on, fighting for their life” Freda, Ogra - OVC - senior project officer, talking about Omen feeding centre
OverviewVital food and nutritional support provided in communities where children are malnourished
AimsTransforming children’s lives through a supply of healthy, balanced meals and access to clean water. Helping children not have to worry about where their next meal will come from, letting them truly be a child.
A one-year, part time course made up of bite-size online tasks and fundraising challenges; acting as a direct step into the charity sector.
  • Education
  • Social enterprise
“An innovative and exciting way to get involved in the charity sector - doing good and getting great experience all at once.” Stevie Tyler, Head of High Value Strategy, Macmillan
OverviewA one-year, part time course made up of bite-size online tasks and fundraising challenges; acting as a direct step into the charity sector.
AimsThe charity apprentice course offers the opportunity to make changing the world your day job. You can expand your knowledge of the charity sector through specifically crafted online tasks that are designed to challenge you and open your mind to new ideas. Get hands on experience promoting and taking part in a fundraising challenge chosen and planned by you. See the difference the money you raise is making with the option of an eye-opening month long trip to Kenya