Every child should have the opportunity to lead a fulfilling life but many have their life chances threatened from a young age, by disease, conflict or disability. One to One Children's Fund works with some of the most vulnerable children in the world, catching them where they fall through cracks of their countries' health and education systems. We are a small charity having a big impact by devising grass-roots models which can be easily replicated, scaled-up and adopted by governments and other providers. This ensures long term sustainability well beyond the charity's involvement.
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One to One Children's Fund works with some of the most vulnerable children in the world, helping them to deal with disease, trauma and disability, and giving them the opportunity to lead fulfilling lives. We identify and fill the gaps neglected by Governments and other agencies, improving children's access to vital treatment, education and support, and building models at the grass roots which can be easily adopted and replicated by Governments to ensure their sustainability. We build the capability of those best placed to respond to the needs of children: families, health professionals, teachers, communities and local organisations, and we give particular priority to children's emotional, social and psychological needs.
Hillsdown House, 32 Hampstead High Street,
London, NW3 1QD
(+44) 020 7317 7040 • Fax: (+44) 020 7317 7073
Registered Charity No. 1086159
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