We’re working tirelessly to keep families together and protect children. We must ensure that orphanages are never a solution—neither now, nor in the recovery from this pandemic.
Our Chief Executive, Mark Waddington CBE, has written to supporters explaining how we plan to overcome the challenges of Coronavirus—and how they can help.
Hope and Homes for Children is a global expert in the field of deinstitutionalisation. By closing institutions, supporting children into loving, stable families and working with governments to tackle the root causes of family breakdown, we are working towards a day where orphanages have been eliminated for good.
Hope and Homes for Children is working alongside governments and civil society organisations in over 30 countries to dismantle orphanage-based care systems. Our transformation model is driving reform and laying the foundations for long-lasting change.
We work with political leaders to create the environment for comprehensive and sustainable reform.
Through pioneering closures and training of child protection professionals and policy makers we build know-how in country.
We work with governments and civil society organisations to build a strong, educated national social workforce.
We create the right conditions for multilateral funders to invest in the transition to family-based care systems.
We’re inspired by the courage and resilience of the children we work for. Here are some of their stories.