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Member Organisations

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.

Child Nepal (CN) is an apolitical, non-religious Non-Government Organization (NGO) working on child rights in general and child protection and child development in particular.
The CP AoR has observer status with The Alliance.
Child Safe Horizons works with various international organisations including the UN, INGOs, NGOs, and faith-based organizations on developing child safeguarding policies and procedures.  We roll out strategies to assist in the prevention
Today, worldwide, 570 million children live in extreme poverty. ChildFund International believes all children — including those 570 million — have rights to the support, protection and care they need to grow up healthy and strong.
The Philippines is an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands between the Philippine Sea and the South China Sea, east of Vietnam.
Children and Young People Living for Peace (CYPLP) is a social think tank of young volunteers, a not for profit, youth-focused civil society organization in Kaduna State, Nigeria.
Children of One World (Bir Dünya Çocuk) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization which has a multinational and multicultural structure and is dedicated to providing child protection and advocating for children rights.
Concepts for Community Programmes (CCP) is a national non-profit humanitarian and development organization dedicated to working with communities to reach their full potential.
CDS provides education through training programs and a professional formation center.  In addition, we provide assistance to children, the elderly, widows, and orphans in an effort to pursue our mission.  O
There is a notable lack of evidence about which policies and programs most effectively protect children and enable them to reach their full developmental potential. This lack of evidence has implications for how effective policymakers and practiti


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