Our View on 2020
We are at a unique and difficult moment in history. As we conclude this report, the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage, with major implications for societies, people and children worldwide.
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War Child works exclusively to strengthen the resilience and psychosocial wellbeing of children living with the effects of violence and armed conflict.
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The number of children affected by violence and armed conflict is at a record high - and the available funds to meet their needs are nowhere near enough. The nature of armed conflict is becoming increasingly unpredictable.
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What We Do for Children
War Child works exclusively to improve the resilience and psychosocial wellbeing of children living with the effects of violence and armed conflict.
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Fast Aid - Our COVID-19 Response
There are currently 160 million children around the world living with the direct effects of armed conflict.
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Upholding Programme Quality
War Child works hard to ensure all our activities are subject to robust monitoring, evaluation and quality checks. These efforts allow us to continuously improve our work while ensuring that every programme remains relevant to children’s reality.
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Healing Through Play in Lebanon
Duaa (11) grew up in Syria in the midst of one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world. When the violence reached her hometown, she fled with her family into neighbouring Lebanon.
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Our Commitment to Integrity
Integrity and justice are central to all War Child activities - including our duty to uphold the safety and dignity of our staff and the children who take part in our programmes.
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