Indonesia: More than 500,000 children in Indonesia are growing up in orphanages, yet 90% of them have at least one parent still living. Our Families First programme reconnects these children with their families.
South Sudan: There are 9,000 children in South Sudan, and 31,000 in neighbouring countries, who have been separated from their families. We lead a national programme of family tracing and reunification.
Philippines: Corporal punishment affects millions of children in the Philippines, impacting their physical and emotional wellbeing. We lobby for changes in the law, raise public awareness and promote positive parenting.
Ethiopia: Alongside the government and local NGOs, we're teaching women and girls' community groups about the harmful effects of female genital mutilation (FGM) and training health workers to help girls who are affected.
Sierra Leone: We are protecting vulnerable children and making sure that children whose parents have died from Ebola are reunited with extended family or find appropriate care.
China: Our national child protection programme in China has made impressive gains over the last 12 years, helping to ensure that children are protected at home and at school.
Democractic Republic of Congo: We've reached thousands of vulnerable children by training local community leaders to prevent and respond to exploitation and abuse of children.
Child refugee crisis: We are urging the government to offer a home to 3,000 children who have arrived in Europe alone and are not able to be reunited with their families. We also provide psychosocial support for child refugees and those in the countries that they are fleeing, such as Syria.