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Impacting Generations: The Many Facets of Family of Origin as First Priority
“I am happy since we now – especially my two grandchildren – have enough nutritious food to eat. We always use vegetables from our home gardening, and eggs and meat from our chickens for daily food consumption.
Part 2 – A Conversation with OIC
OIC is the very first speech therapy program here in Cambodia. They also provide help with swallowing and eating
Part 1 – A Conversation with OIC
“OIC is a really small team with really big dreams.” Ruth Byrce, OIC University Strategy Manager Speech is something many of us take for granted. For some, it comes naturally.
Donor Support During Covid 19 – what is the donor’s role?
Life is difficult and uncertain right now. Covid-19 makes both life and work more challenging around the world, and that is no different for us at Children in Families (CIF).
Bridget: Assisting ABLE to help children with Autism thrive
Our ABLE team are continually learning and innovating as they seek to support children with disabilities to reach their fullest potential while being fostered or cared for in communities. Each
The Long and Winding Road: From orphanage back to family
Last week, we looked at about three considerations central to the process of reintegrating children from an orphanage, back to their community. Each step of the way, we work with