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ICT exists for the purpose of relieving poverty, relieving sickness and advancing the education of children and young persons anywhere in the world who are in a condition of need, hardship or distress.
ICT believes that all children, regardless of there socio-economic background, have the right to enjoy their childhood and to reach their potential. We partner with local grassroots NGOs in Africa and Asia that protect childrenâ€™s rights; such as their right to education and to a healthy, happy childhood.
ICT supports local organisations in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Sri Lanka, India and Cambodia, which take an integrated approach to child development, combining the delivery of practical assistance with capacity building and advocacy initiatives.
Some of the activities that we support are:
ï¿½ childrenâ€™s support centres,
ï¿½ night shelters,
ï¿½ primary education,
ï¿½ income generation schemes
ï¿½ vocational training in marketable skills.
ï¿½ primary healthcare,
ï¿½ psychosocial support and
ï¿½ family reintegration
ICTs partners are all registered as local NGOs, autonomous from ICT, and all conduct internal fundraising and have their own donor bases. Nevertheless, it is important ICT helps its partners to establish even more financial independence.
ICT makes it a priority to build the capacity and independence of its partners, so that together they can continue to act as valuable resources to still more organisations, communities and the world\'s poorest and most vulnerable children.
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