Global Child Advocates
We believe that local partnerships are the most effective way to achieve sustainable positive change. Our partners have often grown up not far from the communities they serve. They have an understanding of "the way things get done around here" as well as an ability to do far more for less. They are brilliant at what they do and are more than eager to partner with you. Use your skills, your voice and your friendship to help them accomplish even more.
Freedom Restoration Project (FRP) was founded by Sia Kukaewkasem, a Thai national. She began volunteer work in tsunami relief camp in south Thailand, but then moved to the border town of Mae Sot to work with women and children who have been abused, trafficked, or lived-in at-risk situation. After earning her Masters in Clinical Social Work from Azusa Pacific University, she returned to Mae Sot. She is motivated in her work because she is survivor of domestic violence.
Awakening Horn for
Inclusive Rural Development
AHIRD helps women, girls and children who are in poverty, be empowered, and become economically self-reliant and live a decent life with dignity respect. It works to help girls get access to education, practical skills training and health care services while strengthening families and promoting family-based care of orphans and vulnerable children.
Kyazanga Discovery Learning Center
Children who are hearing impaired, are too often left behind and overlooked in rural Uganda.
Kyazanga Discovery School leads both they and their families into new opportunities through love and education. KDLC engages the whole community, bringing understanding and integration to those who are deaf.