Category: ChildSafe

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Thumbs Up From Our Friends In Japan!

Japanese NGO C-Rights are long term supporters of Friends-International, and have a particular interest in our ChildSafe Network child protection activities. C-Rights work to promote children’s rights in Japan and among many resources provide...

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ChildSafe Works In Laos

This post about the positive impact of the ChildSafe project in Lao PDR comes to us from Kristi, Technical Advisor to our program there, Peuan Mit. ‘The ChildSafe project in Lao PDR, funded by...

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Together, Protecting Children!

Friends-International’s ChildSafe Network is absolutely delighted to have been awarded ‘Highly Commended’ in the field of Child Protection in this week’s Responsible Tourism Awards, held at the World Travel Market in London. We are...

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Join the ChildSafe movement

WHAT IS CHILDSAFE? Wherever people travel they become immersed in a new community and what they do and how they behave there impacts upon that community, especially on the children. In countries where the...

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Happy Birthday M’Lop Tapang!

Saturday 1st June 2013 was a very exciting and important day in Cambodia. Not only did International Children’s Day fall on that date, but it was also the day that our long-standing partner organization,...

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Street Children, Free Meals, & Lessons Learned.

We’ve been asked many times for our thoughts on ‘soup kitchen’ projects which provide free food to street children. Although often set up with best intentions and supported by people who really want to...

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Friends-International Annual Report 2011

Coinciding with International Children’s Day, we are delighted to announce the online launch of the Friends-International Annual Report 2011 on June 1st 2012. Reaching out to over 55,000 individuals during 2011, the report details...

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A Khmer New Year Story

Noulin is proud to be a ChildSafe tuk tuk driver who has directly helped children who were at risk. One morning he saw two girls aged 13 and 14 looking lost on the streets...