Who we are

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Who we are

Street Child is an international organization working in more than 20 countries across Asia and Africa. Street Child works with local organizations to ensure every child has access to a meaningful education.

Street Child UK expanded its operations into Nepal to assist local partner organisations to re-establish education in some of the country’s worst affected communities. We are rapidly expanding our work to focus on long-term educational opportunities for vulnerable communities across the countries that are otherwise invisible. 

Since 2015, Street Child of Nepal (SCoN) has been working  Following the devastating earthquakes in April and May 2015 that left more than 1 million children out of school and destroyed or damaged over 50,000 classrooms. Street Child UK expanded its operations into Nepal to assist local partner organisations to re-establish education in some of the country’s worst affected communities. We are rapidly expanding our work to focus on long-term educational opportunities for vulnerable communities across the countries that are otherwise invisible. 

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Street Child

Street Child  is a UK charity, established in 2008, that aims to create sustainable educational access for some of the world’s most vulnerable children. Street Child initially started with one location, 100 children and four social workers. Since then, Street Child has continued to grow into a dynamic charity, assisting some of the world’s most vulnerable children in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria and Nepal. Through creating educational opportunities, Street Child has helped thousands of children lead a more positive life and opened up future opportunities for them.

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Our Vision And Mission

Education is a fundamental human right, and a foundational element of prosperous and progressive societies. Street Child exists to reach the underreached, and to ensure that marginalised children have access to a meaningful education that leads to improved life outcomes.

 

Street Child aims to create avenues for out of school children to access education through an integrated approach that enhances the structural, systemic and school factors that influence education, and thus strengthen the capacity of communities to sustain their investment in the education for their children.