Our ambition - as outlined in our Global Strategy 2020 - is to be the networked expert organisation for psychosocial wellbeing for children affected by conflict.
The War Child Global initiative will see War Child Holland and War Child UK work to integrate their separate programme operations into one shared programmatic platform.
War Child has examined opportunities for growth in recent years. To continue to fulfil its remit War Child needs to increase its private fundraising activities.
War Child Sweden is now officially registered as a Swedish fundraising foundation. The formal registration process was concluded in June 2016.
Millions of children worldwide are forced to grow up in the midst of armed conflict - more children than War Child could ever reach alone. Yet our methods could support them. That is why we work to share our programme models.
War Child has developed a Theory of Change (ToC) which guides the development and implementation of a comprehensive care system inside areas affected by conflict.
The strategy and research agenda of War Child is geared towards creating a multi-level care system that will include evidence-based interventions, alongside methods to improve access, acceptability and quality.
War Child works to support the healthy psychosocial development of children living with the consequences of armed conflict. With the right support, most children will be able to cope with the adversities they experience.
Article 28 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child states that every child has the right to a formal education - yet more than 24 million children across the world have never seen a teacher as a result of armed conflict.
War Child’s child protection programming focuses on prevention and response to abuse, neglect, violence and exploitation of children whose lives are affected by conflict.