War Child works exclusively to strengthen the resilience and wellbeing of children living with violence and armed conflict. We deliver vital child protection, education and psychosocial support.
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The number of children affected by war and violence is reaching new highs - and the available funds to meet their needs are nowhere near enough. The nature of armed conflict is becoming increasingly unpredictable.
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What We Do for Children
War Child works exclusively to improve the psychosocial wellbeing of children affected by conflict. Our integrated programmes combine psychosocial support, education and child protection for maximum impact.
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Upholding Programme Quality
Each and every War Child programme around the world is subject to robust monitoring, evaluation and quality assurance.
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Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) form an international development agenda agreed by more than 190 United Nations member states.
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Bridging the Education Gap
Aya was forced to flee the war in Syria when she was just four years old. She didn’t see the inside of a classroom until she was eight.
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Research and Development
Research and Development (R&D) is a key driver of War Child’s ambition to become an expert organisation in the field of improving the psychosocial wellbeing of children and youth affected by armed conflict.
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War Child Care System
The Care System is made up of nine ‘Core Interventions’ that address the various needs of conflict-affected children and communities.
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Our Theory of Change
War Child has developed a Theory of Change (ToC) which guides the development and implementation of our Care System inside our countries of operation.
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