World Mental Health Day was supported on 10 October 2022. Mental health is often seen through the lens of an adult. Although this is necessary and encouraged to stimulate conversation about mental health conditions and […]
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a far-reaching effect on the lives of children and families. Confinement, concerns around sickness, financial insecurity, and lack of access to quality education have all taken their toll and disrupted […]
June 12 marks World Day Against Child Labour. In 2002, this event was initiated by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in a bid to call greater attention to the global issue of child labour and […]
What is The Convention on the Rights of the Child? The Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCROC) is an international human rights agreement. Since its adoption in 1989 by 196 signatory parties, it […]
“Worldwide, it is estimated nearly half of children aged two–seventeen face some form of violence each year” – UNICEF. Violence against children is an urgent public health concern and human rights issue. It affects children of […]
The Covid-19 pandemic forced many businesses to reimagine their techniques and services, unfortunately, the business of human trafficking is no different. Yes, even human trafficking has a “new normal.” Here are some ways human trafficking […]
Center For Girls Foundation (CFG) have recently been involved in several activities as part of our Project to Empower the Community and Develop Local Mechanisms for the Protection of Children. The purpose of the project […]
Center For Girls (CFG) is doing some fundraising for 3 emergency cases, where 3 girls will be supported to go to school. Education is one of the most important ways of empowering girls. CFG focuses […]
As Chiang Khong is in a border area, it is at a relatively high risk for human trafficking. In order to stay safe from human trafficking, it is important that children are aware of the risks and the possibilities for protection from a young age onwards.
P’Loy, P’Pan, and the other leaders of the workshop were able to create a platform for children and their parents to come together and talk about subjects that are sometimes hard to talk about in the home.