In Ukraine we are campaigning with children from the contact line, government and local and international organizations with a focus on reducing attacks on schools and children by advocating for the endorsement and implementation of the Safe Schools Declaration.
Read more about campaigning in some of our other countries.
We're campaigning for the most deprived children by reviewing the age of marriage for a girl from 16 to 18 years, adopting a clear plan for the removal of user fees for children under 5 and advocating to the Government to adopt a Code of Conduct which bans violence against girls.Campaign here
Europe and the Middle East
We're campaigning for every last child who is on the move.Campaign here
We're campaigning for children, specifically adolescent girls, living in the most remote areas: These children lack access to child protection services. Barriers include poor and/or lack of health, education and child protection infrastructure such a schools, health facilities and staff houses and poor road network.Campaign here
We're campaigning for poor children in rural areas: 60% of Zambians are classified as poor. In recent years, the Zambian economy has grown at an average of 6-7 percent per annum, however, this has not trickled down to the poverty reduction at the community level resulting in limited access to services.Campaign here