Child Rights – Advance and protect the rights of children

Root Causes – Address the root causes of deprivation, exclusion and vulnerability

Evidence Based – Apply relevant evidence-based research and best practice

Change Agents – Engage and inspire children as agents of change

Partnerships – Build collaborative relationships

Community Based – Embrace sustainable and scalable community-based strategies

What we believe in/Organizational Theory of Change


Programming on children as agents of change and their experience of deprivation,  exclusion and vulnerability

Programs that address holistic child development are the most likely to build on children’s strengths, help mitigate their weaknesses and build effective relationships with others.

Children’s experiences of deprivation, exclusion and vulnerability may differ substantially from the views of adults.

Children of all ages are capable of expressing their views, given appropriate strategies to engage them. Encouraging children to voice their feelings and attitudes builds agency.

The strength of society is built on its actions for the well-being of all, especially the most vulnerable.


With families and communities to build lasting change in children’s well-being

Children have the right to a safe and stimulating local environment, with adequate conditions to address their needs, concern for their thoughts and feelings, and the opportunity to develop to their full potential.

Children’s development is impacted by their own characteristics (agency), as well as their relationships with important people in their lives, such as caregivers, immediate family members, extended family, neighbors, peers and service providers (health care workers and teachers).
It is also impacted by the local environment (parents’ work )


a broad constituency of supporters dedicated to the

There are points of entry to changing social systems, opportunities to make positive impact and sustainable changes in the lives of individual children, marginalized groups, families, and communities, as well as national and international policies.

Civil society can make a strong impact on social change.

Children are prime members of civil society. Their influence builds from the local level toward the national and international.


Deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity to improve their lives.

Young adults, parents and leaders bring lasting and positive change in their communities.      

Societies value, protect and advance the worth and rights of children.

Our expected out come

  • Health program-Health and secure infants
  • Education program - Educated and confident children
  • Youth empowerment program - skilled and involved youth