- Rediscovering the power of storiesI’ve always loved stories. I remember lying in bed spellbound as my parents read The Adventures of the Wishing Chair and The Wind in the Willows. When I was a bit older I could lose myself for days in lands of giants, snozzcumbers and frobscottles; become part of an Elven battalion protecting Middle Earth or […]
- Where have the children gone?Lourenza Foghill updates on Hope and Homes for Children's work in South Africa and our unique pilot project to close three orphanages in Gauteng Province.
- Family mattersActor & writer Ruth Jones, one of the celebrities taking part in our annual Carol Concert in Kensington, London, talks about why family matters to her.
- Take a breakMalcolm and Jo Rolfe have been loyal friends of Hope and Homes for Children since our earliest days. Earlier this year, they discovered a less conventional way to increase their support for Hope and Homes for Children – by going on holiday.
- People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing itHope and Homes for Children CEO Mark Waddington discusses progress towards pan-African reform of child protection.
- Building momentum in Latin AmericaVictoria Martin, our Regional Advisor for Latin America and the Caribbean, describes the challenge we face in ending the institutionalisation of children in Latin America and the exciting developments.
- Part 2: A place to call home, people to call familyStephen Ucembe explains how he beat extraordinary odds to train as a social worker and dedicate his professional life to defending children's rights
- Part 1: A place to call home, people to call familyStephen Ucembe is our Regional Advocacy Manager in East and Southern Africa. Here, he gives a personal account of his childhood growing up in institutional care.
- It’s good to volunteer – but not in orphanagesDr Delia Pop, Director of Programmes and Global Advocacy, discusses the problems with voluntourism