More than 655,000 Rohingya people have fled a humanitarian crisis in Myanmar. Without emergency aid, thousands of lives are at risk, particularly children who are most vulnerable to disease, exploitation and abuse.
To provide food for her brother and sister, Phhoung collects and sells cow dung. It’s heavy, dirty, dusty, hot, tiring work. Your gift today can help fund education programs to help keep children like Phhoung in school.
Your donation will provide emergency food and water assistance to malnourished children in Turkana County, Kenya.
1 in 4 children in Myanmar will not finish primary school. Just $28 can send children from the most disadvantaged slums in Myanmar to school.
Our Project Humanity partners ensure that we can respond immediately to children in crisis or humanitarian emergencies. Together we are providing help when and where it is needed most.
When 13-year-old Phhoung’s parents went to work in the city, her childhood came to an end. She left school and now works to support her younger siblings.
Too many children experience a childhood where education ends too early, and work begins too soon. Too many have lives that are scarred by poverty and fear. Their childhoods are taken from them.GIVE BACK A CHILDHOOD
This is Phhoung, she is only 13 and is already the sole carer for her younger brother and sister.
In Cambodia, too many children endure a childhood scarred by poverty. Children like Sokhom, who was forced to leave school and undertake dangerous work to support his family.
Children need education, protection and a chance to survive and thrive. Without this, they are vulnerable to exploitation and abuse, and face an uncertain future.
Help change a child’s life. Give children like Phhoung and Sokhom back their childhood.