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Telling children’s stories – Respecting their right to privacy and avoiding poverty porn

Adapted from a post we shared on Facebook on World Children’s Day (November, 20th) last year.   What are your thoughts on sharing children’s stories as part of fundraising efforts to ensure more children have a better future? 🧒🏾👶🏻👧🏿 On #WorldChildrensDay last November the theme was “A Better Future for Every Child.” We invited our …

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Mae Sot Stories: How SFAC Partnered with GCA to Transform Families in Thailand

Helen Rainger reflects on her experiences travelling to Mae Sot, and explores how the partnership between SFAC and Global Child Advocates (GCA) helps to support children and families in Thailand. Images and quotes have been selected and prepared by Maya Tyrrell.    Going to Mae Sot in Thailand as a tourist was a warm and lovely …

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Why the world doesn’t have an orphanage problem…

or  Changing the conversation about caring for vulnerable children.  Oops… it seems we might’ve got this backwards?! Recently we’ve been preparing for a website update. After a couple of years of huge change and growth for SFAC, much of our current site is out of date.  Thinking about what we wanted our website to say …

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2018 – Growing pains are worthwhile when they mean more children end up in safe families!

2018 was a huge year of growth and change for us – so huge it’s taken us until the end of February to catch our breath and tell you about it! We travelled from East to West to work with over 30 organisations on their journey to improve the way they care for children and …

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