La Casa de Panchita empowers 300 girls as young as 9 and 250 women to escape 14 hour workdays, avoid abuse, attend school, and earn a fair wage. We help girls stay in school and enjoy their childhood, giving them a chance to build a better future. We also train, tutor, and give legal advice to adult domestic workers and women wishing to access the labor market in Lima.
Through the project "Educate 100 Rescued Girl Child Labourers", BREADS will educate 100 rescued girl child labourers. The project will free the girl children from the evils of child labour, abuse and other vulnerabilities. It will mainstream girl children through family reunification, institutional placement, informal/formal education and employable skill training through Don Bosco Centres.
Help us transform an impoverished remote village in central China! This project enables us to establish an Early Learning Center for children left behind by migrant parents. It also helps us put in place a Family Center where we will train struggling caregivers and village elders to provide proper loving care and the crucial early intervention needed to mitigate damage to their vulnerable children, so all children can reach their full potential.
Zindagi Trust's "I Am Paid to Learn" programme educates children who work in the urban slums of Pakistan. With 1800 students in schools across Pakistan, a 2.2-year accelerated primary education course is taught to the children who spend most of their days toiling in car-repair shops & other general stores in Lahore and Rawalpindi. The programme also sponsors the continuing education of top graduates who are encouraged to enroll in mainstream secondary schools.
This project aims to stop child exploitation in Uganda by removing 100 children in Kampala aged 14-17 from domestic work and placing them in vocational training. Money raised will pay for room and board, tuition, uniforms and exam fees at a vocational boarding school.
Bricks to Books is an initiative by Learning Links Foundation to bridge the gap in education inequity & increase awareness of the rights enshrined in the constitution. The project aims to involve the DYC school students, teachers & school going children from the community adopt a robust awareness campaign against abuse, discrimination, exploitation of children & enable them to maximize their potential. Let's join hands & help children carry Books instead of Bricks.Donate and help us
Our Learning Centers provide transportation, teachers, lunch & stationary to 470 marginalized Burmese migrant children (5-12) in South Thailand to help integrate them into Thai schools in the future.