Throughout the last 20 years, Chance for Children has established close and fruitful relationships with NGOs, Foundations, International organizations and companies. Their priceless contributions and continuing commitment to our children have conveyed their values and strong stance on social responsibility.
International Justice Mission (IJM)
IJM’s mission is to protect people in poverty from violence by rescuing victims, bringing criminals to justice, restoring survivors to safety and strength, and helping local law enforcement build a safe future that lasts.
Chance for Children is partnering with IJM Ghana to advocate for vulnerable and exploited children and tackle issues of children protection and the rehabilitation of trafficked children
Kinder Paradise provides a safe place and education for vulnerable children and teenagers in Osu-Accra, and Prampram, Ghana.
For more than 20 years Chance for Children has been working with Kinder Paradise in close partnership and trusting cooperation. We have conducted mutual programs for children and staff, and maintain a fruitful culture of exchange on Management and Directive level.
Muslim Family Council Services (MFCS)
The MFCS provides information and services on population, reproductive health, income generating activities and prevention of sexual transmission infections within deprived communities in Ghana.
Over the years we have established a close working relationship with MFCS who provides the training for the CFC street workers and Street Champions.
Zürich University of Teacher Education (PH Zürich)
The PH Zürich is one of Switzerland’s largest teacher education institutions and a leading centre of expertise for schools, teachers and educational authorities.
The «Chance for Children» project is part of the social commitment of the Zürich University of Teacher Education. On a voluntary basis lecturers train CFC’s teachers and social workers and support the NGO with professional advice for their future development.
Safe-Child Advocacy, Catholic Archdiocese of Kumasi (formerly known as Street Children Project) supports children in street and other vulnerable situations reintegrate into community and access formal education or skill training and become economically and socially independent.
Chance for Children and Safe-Child Advocacy collaborates in Kumasi on planning and conducting effective street work.