INCLUSION means contrasting child poverty, inequalities and barriers to social mobility that prevent children from accessing education, health services, water, hygiene, nutrition and all their other rights.

CIAI’s challenge

The exploitation of children is the dramatic consequence of poverty, ignorance and lack of caregiving. An exploited child is a child who is forced to work beyond their physical capacity; a child who is prevented from going to school; a child who is abused, scared, threatened and increasingly lonely.

A child who is no longer a child.

CIAI’s projects work, on various levels, to sensitise families, support communities and train institutional representatives in order to give children back their childhood.

WHAT WE DO FOR CHILDREN

Ethiopia: Protect
Ethiopia: Street to the Future
Ethiopia: The Invisible
Burkina Faso: Picaps
Cambodia: STS – Street to school
Cambodia: Tlaitno
India: Being children in Odisha
India: Satya special school
Colombia: Casa de Los Angeles
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