Our 31 years of working with children have convinced us that when children are able to speak up for their own rights, this is a powerful way to ensure that children’s rights are protected in a lasting and effective way.
In order to back-up this conviction with evidence, we have developed a system that enables us to effectively measure and understand the impact of our work each year.
The information presented in our Impact Reports has been collated by our partners and assessed against a set of overarching indicators – verifiable changes that show we are achieving our key strategic aims of:
We are pleased to be able to tell you that in 2023 we supported 7 local grassroots organisations with 9 different projects including our newest project in London: “Colombia Colores”.
We supported 3,522 children in Colombia, plus 40 children from London, and their families. We also conducted more than 30 workshops with our local partners – online and in person – as part of our capacity-building programme.
We worked on three ‘neglected issues’ in 2022:
In 2023, we worked with 7 inspiring organisations, providing crucial funding for their programmes as well as the technical support needed for them to become stronger organisations and be able to better defend the rights of at-risk children in the long term.
In 2023, we supported our partners to protect 9 children’s rights.
We protected the rights of:
The process of assessing, collating and presenting the detailed impact information we receive from each of our partners takes time and resources, especially for a small organisation like ours. We aim to have our annual organisational impact data ready to share with you by the end of each year.
We are committed to carrying out this type of analysis on a regular basis because we want to be able to prove to our supporters, like you, that our work is achieving what we set out to do.