Child to Child Trust CtC

children changing their lives

The Child-to-Child Approach is an educational process that links children’s learning with taking action to promote the health, wellbeing and development of themselves, their families and their communities. Through participating in Child-to-Child activities the personal, physical, social, emotional, moral and intellectual development of children is enhanced. (About /left down).

Homepage and latest news;
Child-to-Child literature review, 1995 – 2007, 24 pages, /prior to 1995, 25 pages;
Child-to-Child Brochure, 8 pages;
Consultancy service; What we do; Our resources; CtC worldwide; Donate;
Address Headquarter: Child-to-Child Trust, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London, WC1H 0AL, UK;
Contacts.

About: Since 1979 Child-to-Child has existed as an international network promoting children’s participation in health and development. The Child-to-Child Trust was formally established in 1987 and is based at the University of London’s Institute of Education. Over the past 30 years Child-to-Child is known to have spread to over 70 countries worldwide and has impacted over a million children annually. 

In order to achieve our mission we promote child-centred, active learning approaches that engage children on health and development issues. Children then disseminate their learning to other children, their families and their wider communities through participatory research activities.

To advocate for these approaches the Trust produces publications and teaching aids and provides training courses and consultancies. We work through both local partners in-country as well as through large international organisations such as Unicef and UNESCO.

Our mission:

To enable and empower children and young people worldwide to reach their full potential and achieve their rights by promoting the holistic health, well-being and development of themselves, their families and their communities.

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