Supporting vulnerable children
Child poverty describes when a child is raised with limited access to or, in some cases, no access to, the essential resources they need to survive and live well. Children who've grown up in poverty often suffer compared to others because of the lack of food, sanitation, healthcare and education they need to thrive.
Poverty is a problem affecting children around the world. According to UNICEF, an estimated 685 million children around the world live in poverty, whilst in the UK today, one in four children are living in poverty. Our focus is to help the most vulnerable children living in the most dangerous places to overcome poverty and experience fullness of life.