Projects: Life skills education

Learn more about our current projects or those we were involved in previously.

Hearing All Voices - young people stepping forward

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Over the last three years, Child to Child’s London based participatory education project Hearing All Voices has given vulnerable students the means to develop key employability and life skills and most importantly the confidence to participate in issues which matter to them and become more active, engaged citizens.

'Palenques infantiles' against violence in Peru

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Started in October 2014, Palenques Infantiles is a project which encourages the organisation of AfroPeruvian children to analyse their situation, recognise their rights, and have their voices heard by society.

Enhancing primary education in Sierra Leone

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Since 2011 Child to Child has been working in the very remote and isolated district of Kailahun in eastern Sierra Leone with local partner – Pikin to Pikin – implementing an adapted version of Getting Ready for School.

A Response to Child Soldiers Recruitment in Sierra Leone

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In 2013 Child to Child was commissioned by the Romeo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative to develop resources intended to prevent the recruitment of children into armed groups in Sierra Leone.

Hearing All Voices in London secondary schools

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Since 2011, Child to Child has been working with marginalised students in London to create an environment where children and young people are listened to and taken seriously.