We are proud to work with the following partners across the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda:
UNICEF Rwanda, a leading child-rights organisation, is Chance for Childhood’s key partner in our inclusive Early Childhood Development project across 22 districts in Rwanda.
Penal Reform International promote criminal justice systems that uphold human rights and protect the rights of disadvantaged people.
Based in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Children’s Voice was founded by a women’s collective in 2002 at the start of the Kivu conflict.
Founded in 2014, Empowering Children with Disabilities is one of the few organisations in North Rwanda that enables children with disabilities to access quality education.
In western Kenya, KUAP works in health, education and children services. So far, they have supported over 5,000 children to leave the streets and be rehabilitated back home to their families.
Yellow House Health & Outreach Service is a health and education service provider that focuses on supporting those with communication disabilities in East Africa.
Glad’s House Kenya works with street-connected children and young people in Mombasa. We’ve been working together since 2020, when Chance for Childhood merged with Glad’s House UK.
MindLeaps is a US organisation working in developing countries to improve school performance and create positive livelihoods for at-risk youth through unique dance programmes.
Created in 1989, the Rwanda National Union of the Deaf (RNUD) is dedicated to advocating for human rights and equal opportunities for Deaf Rwandans.
Passion for Community (P4C)
Set up in 2008, Passion for Community is a community-based organisation operating in Patongo, Uganda. They support vulnerable children including children caught up in the judiciary system, orphans and children affected by war.
AWYAD‘s vision is of a society where all women and young people are at the forefront of development and work in Uganda to empower vulnerable women, children and young people.
Street Girls Aid is the leading Ghanaian organisation working with girls and babies living and working on the street to promote and create opportunities that empower them to become contributing members of society.
Sabre Education work directly in southern Ghana to improve the futures of poor and marginalised children in rural schools and kindergartens.
Embrace Kulture work to create a world where all children and youth with developmental and cognitive disabilities are embraced and accepted for what makes them unique.
MUCOBADI work in Uganda to identify and respond to social and economic barriers affecting the most vulnerable people in society.
Chance for Childhood is proud to be a member of:
|BOND is a UK membership body for organisations working in international development. Our CEOs sit on the steering teams of the Impact Investing group and the Disability and Development group.|
|The British and Foreign School Society is a grant-giving organisation for education projects in the UK and around the world. As members, we’re proud to contribute ideas, skills and experience to help the Society grow and thrive.|
|The Consortium for Street Children is a global network that raises street children’s voices, promotes their rights and improves their lives.|
|The Fundraising Regulator is an independent, non-statutory body that regulates fundraising across the charitable sector in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We thrive to deliver excellent donor care to all our supporters and meet quality standards in all fundraising activities.|
|Keeping Children Safe is a global network committed to protecting the world’s most vulnerable children from exploitation and abuse.|
|The Rwanda Education NGO Coordination Platform serves as a body for NGO representation, information sharing and coordination within Rwanda’s Education Sector.|
|TrustLaw is the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global pro bono legal programme and provide us with free legal assistance.|