At age 14, Febi she knew she wanted more out of life after spending years on the streets. Unable to afford college, she was unsure about her future until she enrolled in our youth empowerment and employability program where she completed courses in photography and cinematography.
Now she’s gained skills to operate a business and work independently as a freelance filmmaker. She’s already making enough money to support her family and save for university. Learn how you can support our programs that empower young people like Febi in Indonesia and Nicaragua at studentsrebuild.org/youthuplift. #YouthUplift
Thousands of Syrian families have fled to neighboring countries for survival— and after 6 years of war, the global refugee crisis shows no signs of slowing. We're doing whatever it takes to give these children hope for a better future— and now through #ChildSponsorship, we can do even more for refugee children living in Egypt. Help us stop the nightmares by sponsoring a refugee child today at the link in bio.
Every last child deserves access to clean, safe drinking water. In honor of #WorldWaterDay, give the gift of clean water at the link in our bio.
Girls can spend as many as 6 hours a day fetching water, keeping them out of school and putting them at risk of assault and trafficking. By digging and drilling wells and installing water pumps and latrines, we’re improving the lives of children like 13-year-old Lubabatu* from Nigeria. Learn Moreau the link in our bio. #WorldWaterDay *Name changed for protection
Virtually travel to the Zaatari refugee camp inside Jordan & see a 360° view of daily life through the eyes of a child: Amer* -- a Syrian refugee. He has spent his childhood isolated & coping with the trauma from war inside the camp. Always waiting for a better future.
Through this immersive VR documentary, produced by @ryotnews, see how we helped Amer overcome his anxiety by participating in our Healing & Education through the Arts (HEART) program and Life Skills program.
Please watch at the link in our bio. *Name changed for protection.
Give a gift that can help children who’ve lost everything. A refugee basics bag filled with hygiene supplies restores dignity and hope for families in crisis. Give this life-changing gift today at link in bio.
In spite of everything, refugee children are still dreaming of a better future in Syria. Learn what we're doing to help in the link in the bio.
9-year-old Aseel* has seen so much hardship in her short life. After her home in Syria was destroyed, her family fled to Egypt. To address the unique needs of vulnerable children like her, we’re launching a Child Sponsorship program specifically for refugees in Egypt. This new program will help ensure that children like Aseel are able to get back their lives— and futures. Don’t miss your chance to change a child’s life through the link in bio. *Name changed for protection
Inside Syria, we're doing whatever it takes to ensure children in crisis are safe, cared for and learning. In addition to lifesaving services and supplies, we provide child-focused mental health care and safe places for children to learn and play. Despite extreme challenges, we’ve helped more than 2.1 million children in Syria. Please help us reach even more children in crisis and donate through the link in bio.
3-year-old Saeed* is pictured inside an abandoned petrol station where he and his family now live. Badly damaged by war, the station is now the home of 5 families who have returned to their hometowns in Syria— after fleeing from ISIS two years earlier— only to find their homes destroyed. Syria’s children need help now to heal from the physical and emotional wounds of war. Learn what you can do to help #SaveSyriasChildren in the link in our bio. *Name changed for protection
Inside Syria, we're doing whatever it takes to ensure children in crisis are safe, cared for and learning. We must act now to stop a generation being traumatized. Learn what we're doing to help #SaveSyriasChildren at the link in bio.
84% of adults and almost all children said that ongoing bombing and shelling is the number one cause of psychological stress in Syrian children’s daily lives. And the nightmares don't end when the bombs stop falling— millions of children in Syria are living in daily fear. Learn what we're doing to help #SaveSyriasChildren in the link in our bio.
2 in 3 Syrian children have experienced war-related loss— including their homes and loved ones. The extreme trauma of war is leading not only to psychological scars, but also developmental issues and other #InvisibleWounds. Learn what we’re doing to help #SaveSyriasChildren through the link in our bio.
“They started asking where people had gone—why did my uncle die? Why did my brother die? Why did my father die?” the falther of 7-year-old Ibrahim* told us.
For the past 6 years, Syria’s children have seen loved ones killed or injured, right before their eyes. As a result, millions are suffering the pain of #InvisibleWounds—and their chances of recovering fully are dwindling by the day. Please help us to #SaveSyriasChildren and donate at the link in bio. *Name changed for protection
We all succeed when girls are given the opportunity to succeed, and education is key in keeping them on the path to a brighter future. This #InternationalWomensDay, give a gift that will keep on giving for years to come. Your support can help provide the books, learning materials and schooling a girl needs to grow and flourish. Educate a girl today and she can succeed as a woman tomorrow- link in bio. #IWD2017
11-year-old Sarawati from Nepal tells us she wants to run an NGO when she grows up. Here, she attends a meeting at the children’s club where we advocate for child rights and against child marriages. With support from the government and local partners, we educate and raise awareness to end child marriages so girls like Sarawati can stay in school and follow their dreams. This #InternationalWomensDay, click the link in bio to support our programs that help girls like Sarawati grow into bold, empowered women. #IWD2017
The extreme trauma of war is leading not only to psychological scars in Syria's children, but also developmental issues and other #InvisibleWounds. Millions of children have been so consistently exposed to stress that their chances of recovering fully are shrinking by the day. Learn more at the link in bio. #SaveSyriasChildren
Each and every day, Syria’s children are seeing horrors no child should see and suffering emotional wounds that may never heal. One of these children is 5-year-old Amena.* To escape the nightmare of life in Syria, her family fled their home and embarked on a treacherous journey. Watch Amena’s dramatic rescue at sea and recovery from near certain death at the link in bio. #SaveSyriasChildren *Name changed for protection.
Every day, young girls like Robina from Uganda face the threat of violence on the long journey to collect drinking water from a distant well. With your help, we can save their lives and better their futures. Sponsor a child like Robina today at the link in our bio.
1-year-old Fadil* from Syria and his mother are finally safe in our Mother and Baby Area on the island of Lesvos, Greece after a long and treacherous journey.
Thanks to our #Partner4Children community, we've reached hundreds of thousands of refugees in Greece. We’ve distributed food, blankets, tents, clothes, and assisted families through our Child-Friendly Spaces and Mother and Baby Areas. Become a Partner for Children to help us be there when children like Fadil need us most- link in bio. *Name changed for protection
18-month old Guvia from South Sudan was referred to our stabilization center for children with severe malnutrition. Upon admission to the center, children receive medicine, therapeutic milk and solid food.
Baby Bado* plays in our Mother and Baby Area at a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos. At these specialized programs for refugee caregivers, mothers and pregnant women can receive skilled advice and support on nutrition and breastfeeding for children.
We’ve reached children and families with food, blankets, tents, clothes, and other services like case management, non-formal education and Child-Friendly Spaces. Please help us reach more children like Bado* at the link in bio. *Name changed for protection
11-year-old Riwa* from Aleppo, Syria, went to school until the fourth grade. She currently lives in a tent with her family at a refugee camp in Greece where she attends our Child-Friendly Space.
Child refugees stranded in Greece have been out of school for an average of one and a half years, risking a generation which has been denied the right to an education. We provide access to education for children caught in the midst of long-term conflict so kids like Riwa* can continue learning. *Name changed for protection
Midwife Sadya holds a newborn baby at a public health clinic in Afghanistan. “I wanted to serve my villagers,” Sadya told us of starting her job. She was motivated to become a midwife when she noticed a high mortality rate among mothers and newborns in her village. “My work is important for me,” she said. “Because women form an important part of society.”
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