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Defending the Right to Learn
Fadi (12) was forced to flee the war in Syria when his hometown was bombed by armed forces. He now lives in Lebanon - where thousands of refugee children are denied access to quality education.
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Research and Development
Research and Development (R&D) is a key driver of War Child’s ambition to become an expert organisation in the field of improving the psychosocial wellbeing of children and youth affected by armed conflict.
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War Child Care System
The Care System is made up of a set of ‘Core Interventions’ that address the various needs of conflict-affected children and communities.
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Our Theory of Change
War Child programmes continue to adhere to our Theory of Change (ToC) which guides the development and implementation of our Care System inside our countries of operation.
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Freeing Families from A Legacy of Distress
Parents and caregivers living with the effects of violence and armed conflict bear a heavy burden of stress - one shared with the children in their care.
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