An important part of our mission is to invest in today's children -- the leaders of tomorrow -- through knowledge and character-building education and guidance for them, their parents, and their communities. FCF Project Partners undertake early childhood education, special education, adult education and vocational training.
Some of our projects that support education
Family Development Services (FDS) has been involved in a range of educational development programs in the state of Karnataka since 2004. Its primary focus is the Building Blocks program, whose core mission is to provide well-rounded kindergarten education, for slum children who would otherwise not be able to attend school due to economic reasons and because they haven’t had the chance to learn English.
Since 2009, FCU has been actively involved in the care and education of 160 orphans in Gulu, a northern Ugandan town. Each of these children lost one or both of their parents and in many cases siblings as well, as a result of the atrocities of the Kony war.
Family Care Edu-vision International Services (FCE) provides qualitative education for children from less privileged rural communities in the Abuja region.
Espoir Congo (Espoir being "Hope" in French) cares for orphaned and underprivileged children in the village of Kikimi, just outside Kinshasa, in collaboration with a Congolese association (SABEC) which assumes legal responsibility for the children.
The goal of Family Care Cambodia is to enhance the quality of life and development in Cambodia, especially for those who are disadvantaged. We invest particularly in Cambodia’s children and youth of today, to help build the leaders of tomorrow.
FEDES (Fundación Educativa de Desarrollo Economico y Social) focuses on education and social and economic development, and is dedicated to bettering the lives of the poor and disadvantaged of Chile.
FDSC’s primary objective is to provide educational opportunities for all ages, as well as targeted programs to address the emotional and physical needs of rural Thailand’s youth. The aim is to aid and support underprivileged children and teenagers in becoming positive and productive members of society, who are focused, socially well-adjusted and able to build constructive relationships.