What we do
Building a world free of child poverty by addressing both the human and structural root causes of poverty through theological reflection and action, advocacy and knowledge-sharing, and grassroots action to assist children in poverty.
As a global, multi-faith, child-centered initiative, End Child Poverty mobilises communities to address the root causes of poverty in the human heart, and the systemic structural causes of poverty in society. This is accomplished through theological reflection and action, advocacy and knowledge-sharing, and, community-driven initiatives at grassroots and global levels, to assist children in poverty.
Our Right Based Approach
End Child Poverty Programme Work is guided by the Right-based approach anchored on the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and The Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as well as the partner’s priorities. It also responds to the priorities in the Panama Declaration on Ending Violence Against Children (GNRC Panama Commitments).