War Child Sweden is now officially registered as a Swedish fundraising foundation. War Child Sweden embraces the same vision and mission of War Child Holland - to campaign and raise funds on behalf of conflict-affected children worldwide.
Research and Development (R&D) is a key driver of War Child’s ambition to become the Networked Expert Organisation in the field of improving the psychosocial wellbeing of children and youth affected by armed conflict.
War Child has developed a Theory of Change (ToC) which guides the development and implementation of our Care System inside our countries of operation.
The War Child Care System is made up of nine ‘core interventions’ incorporating psychosocial support, protection and education across differing levels of intensity.
War Child will increasingly implement ‘evidence-based interventions’ wherever we work.
War Child restructured its International Programmes Department in 2017 to better serve our strategic goal - to deliver programmes with meaningful impact for communities and children affected by conflict and violence.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) form an international development agenda agreed by more than 190 United Nations member states.
Work progressed throughout 2017 to facilitate our membership of the global Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS) Alliance.
War Child has the ambition to become a true Learning Organisation - one where members of staff follow personalised learning journeys in our core areas of expertise.
Working in conflict-affected areas to achieve War Child’s objectives requires proper risk management. We strive to mitigate risks that pose a threat to reaching our objectives.