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Retrak

Org #46972
Vetted since 2018 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
1994
year founded
$21,251
raised on GlobalGiving
11
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Retrak is a UK registered international NGO (started in 1994) with a vision of a world where no child is forced to live on the street. We engage with children (both boys and girls) on the streets, including those at risk of child trafficking and modern slavery. We provide temporary care and support before reintegrating children back into a safe family environment, including follow up support for the children, their care-givers and communities. Retrak's two principal countries of operation are Uganda and Ethiopia but we also work through partners in Malawi and Zimbabwe. We have also worked previously through partners in Brazil, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya and Tanzania. Retrak wo... read more

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Priyanka Zacharias
Priyanka Zacharias
Teresa Wyness
Teresa Wyness
Team
Steve Thomas, Tim Nelson, Neil Wain, Graham Simmons
Organization Information
Metropolitan House, Station Road, Cheadle Hulme
Cheadle, SK8 7AZ
United Kingdom
01614856685
Organization Information
Metropolitan House, Station Road, Cheadle Hulme
Cheadle, SK8 7AZ
United Kingdom
01614856685

Project Reports

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Aug 13, 2019
Rania's story
Rania* was born and raised in the Amhara region of northern Ethiopia, and lived with her mother and father until she was 16. She was a very happy girl who loved school – her grades were always...
Aug 13, 2019
Rita's story
Rita* is a 14-year old girl and was referred to Retrak’s Bulamu Lighthouse by the Ugandan police’s Child and Family Protection Unit (CFPU) in November 2016. Rita had suffered gross...
May 14, 2019
Sara's story
Thirteen-year-old Sara* comes from a remote part of northern Ethiopia. When she was aged five her parents divorced, and Sara started living with her mother and stepfather. “My stepfather was so...
 
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