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A moment becomes the seed for a new organization

Khanyisile Motsa, founder of Home of Hope in South Africa, turned a moment of deep concern into one of promise for sexually exploited children to give them the chance for a brighter future.



In Tanzania: Empowering Women, Caring for Children

By: on June 21st, 2017

Visit The Global Fund for Children’s newest partner in Tanzania, Faraja Young Women Development Organization.

Jessica (back row, left) on a visit to GFC grassroots partner IPSDI in Burduni. Jessica's GFC travels brought back memories of her childhood growing up nearby in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Resilience: A Lesson from Rwanda and Burundi

By: on June 19th, 2017

While visiting GFC partners in the field, Jessica Kanya-Ngambi was reminded of her childhood in nearby Democratic Republic of the Congo.

These girls are going to school thanks to Fundación La Merced.  © The Global Fund for Children

Getting kids out of work and into the classroom

By: on June 12th, 2017

On World Day Against Child Labor, we’re highlighting three outstanding grassroots organizations that are determined to end the practice.


For refugee children in Uganda, the future is bright

Posted: February 22nd, 2017

Meet CIYOTA, a 2017 Maya Ajmera Sustainability Award winner that unlocks opportunities for refugee children and youth to reach their full potential.

Girls Rise to Greatness in the Dominican Republic

Posted: February 22nd, 2017

In the Dominican beachside town of Cabarete, Mariposa DR Foundation empowers girls living in extreme poverty, equipping them with the knowledge and tools to become leaders in their communities.

Meet Our Newest Grassroots Partners: Fall 2016

Posted: October 17th, 2016

We’re happy to announce the addition of five new partners to the GFC family! Read on to learn more about these innovative community organizations in Bangladesh, the Dominican Republic, Kenya, and Mexico.