In this interview, Simona gives an insight into her career as a social worker in Romania, and her involvement with us
When Nelu’s mother died suddenly, Nelu and his four elder siblings were hauled out of school and confined to an orphanage far from home.
We hosted key European Union stakeholders at the Brussels launch of our publication, ‘Families. Not Institutions’.
Uwase was abandoned on the streets of Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, when she was only 10 months old. She was found by the police, and when they couldn’t trace her parents, they took her to an orphanage.
On International Day of Persons With Disabilities 2020, we are reminded not to forget in a post-Covid world.
Rwanda’s Postcode Equality Trust, funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, backs Hope and Homes for Children programme in Rwanda.
We reflect on what the generosity of our supporters, and the dedication of our staff, has achieved for children around the world
In The Telegraph Magazine, Hope and Homes for Children Ambassador, Rukhiya Budden tells the story of her childhood in a Kenyan orphanage.