Success Stories!

All adults including caregivers, parents, and community leaders share in the responsibility to protect all children –especially female head-of-households.

Children across the world – especially those born into extreme poverty, lacking adequate parental support, and/or living
in orphanage care – are vulnerable to abuses of their rights and exploitation in various forms, including child trafficking.

Our extensive experience working with children at high risk of mistreatment, abandonment, and exploitation (as well as with their families and communities) led HRI to make Child Protection a priority in our work. Our Child Protection programs are mostly centered around women’s empowerment initiatives both in communities and orphanages.

HRI has prevented the abandonment and trafficking of more than 500 children.

Click here to download HRI's Child Safeguarding Policy.

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