Working together to improve street-connected children’s lives.
With generous support from donors like Red Nose Day USA, DFID and Oak Foundation, we collaborate with our grassroots network organisations on projects that directly impact street-connected children and influence national governments.
Building with Bamboo
Funded by Oak Foundation, this was a shared learning project exploring the resilience in street-connected children who had suffered sexual abuse.
Keeping Street-Connected Children Safe
Funded by Red Nose Day USA, this project funds our 4 Steps to Equality campaign, our work with Gurises Unidos to assist the Oriental Republic of Uruguay in implementing the General Comment, ‘Digitally Connecting Street Children’, and innovative projects in Asia and South America.
DFID and Railway Children
CSC is partnering with Railway Children to further the Tanzanian government's ability to uphold the Convention on the Rights of the Child for street-connected children.
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