Children in Crossfire - Established in 1996 Children in Crossfire have supported projects helping some of the most vulnerable children on the planet that suffer from the injustice of poverty. Today We work to change the lives of children in Tanzania and Ethiopia. We mee[...] Date Posted: 18 Jan 2016
Children in Crossfire is an International charity based here in Northern Ireland with projects in Ethiopa and Tanzania that improve the lives of some of the most vulnerable children – breaking the cycle of poverty and giving them a better future.
We believe that local people and local organisations are best placed to understand their challenges and to develop the solutions that will address them. We also believe that a vibrant, active civil society that represents the people are more effective in representing their communities in advocacy work with government and other authorities. For these reasons we work with local organistions in our target areas to implement our programmes.
Established in 1996 Children in Crossfire have supported projects helping some of the most vulnerable children on the planet that suffer from the injustice of poverty. Today We work to change the lives of children in Tanzania and Ethiopia. We meet their immediate needs. We improve their living conditions. We build essential services to support their well-being and education. We help them to reach their full potential.
We are a registered charity in Northern Ireland (NIC101412), The Republic of Ireland (CHY141182) and the USA (EIN 46-2267122). For more about the USA
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