An assessment of 20 GFC-supported organizations highlights best practices for helping girls go to school, stay in school, learn, and become change agents.
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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.
GFC grassroots partner Life Concern renews hope for girls who have been affected by the LRA conflict in Uganda.
In Swaziland, Young Heroes Foundation helps children and youth living with HIV/AIDS to stay in school, find careers, and become self-sufficient.
A newspaper article prompted GFC’s Emmanuel Otoo to reflect on child protection and care during his travels to visit GFC grassroots partners in Bangladesh.
GFC grantee partners in Nigeria give first-hand accounts of the impact of Boko Haram on their communities, their organizations, and their children.
Emmanuel Otoo tells the inspiring story of three girls with disabilities who, thanks to their own determination and the help of a GFC grantee, are leading productive lives in Lagos, Nigeria.
A new reading center in a Ghanaian village symbolizes the community’s powerful commitment to children. GFC’s Emmanuel Otoo attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
GFC is opening its emergency fund to support grantee partners affected by the Ebola crisis. Our partners operate in communities that were already vulnerable before the crisis began, and in addition to presenting fatal health risks, the spreading virus has exacerbated existing challenges for the children.
GFC program officer Emmanuel Otoo reflects on his trip to Lebanon, where three explosions occurred while he was visiting GFC grantees there. The experience caused him to think about children around the world who encounter such violence on a regular basis.