The Alliance is proud to have over 100 organisations as members. Each organisation is unique in its focus, scope and area of operation. Learn more about our members here, or click here to submit your organisation's profile. If you would like information on becoming an Alliance member, please visit the Membership page.
Buds of Christ exists to empower children from the most disadvantaged communities, with a focus among children and girls who have lost their parent/s and is living in disadvantaged circumstances of poverty, caste discriminated communities and HIV
BIFERD is a national NGO based in North Kivu and founded in 2004.
Cambodia ACTs works with partner organizations to end the injustices of child trafficking, sexual abuse, and the exploitation of children. We use education and activities to raise awareness to help Cambodian children understand their ri
Children Advocacy Network (CAN Pakistan) is a civil society platform initiated by “Search For Justice” with a view to promote collective engagement in advocacy and policy lobbying primarily focusing on ending all forms of violence against childre
In 1943, the Roman Catholic Bishops of the United States established Catholic Relief Services to help war-torn Europe and its refugees recover. During World War II, CRS’ work focused on the resettlement of war refugees in Europe.
CECOWOR seeks to empower those marginalized in society through education and awareness. We work toward the liberation of marginalized women, children, and those in poverty through equal access to quality services for survival, growth, and develop
The Center for Community Health and Development International is a non-discriminatory, non-governmental organisation with a mandate to improve the health and quality of life of Nigeria’s rural children and women.
Cesvi operates worldwide to support the most vulnerable populations in promoting human rights and achieving their ambitions, for sustainable development.
Every year, child helplines around the world field more than 20 million individual cries for help. Until the founding of Child Helpline International in 2003, these organisations did their great work in isolation, and with no access to one anothe