Working together to keep children safe: the police point of view

Working together to keep children safe: the police point of view

Based in Manchester, BTP officer Chris Neely has worked directly with Railway Children in supporting our work to keep children and young people safe on the network and knows first-hand the difference projects like ours can make.
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A day in the life of a family worker – Part 2

A day in the life of a family worker – Part 2

In the second part of our blog from Kissa Mwangosi, manager of our children’s centre in Tanzania, we hear more about what led her to her current role and the huge challenges, and rewards, it brings.
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Lives being changed and lessons being learned

Lives being changed and lessons being learned

Part two of Andy McCullough's blog post about his trip to Africa to work with our teams on safeguarding children.
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A day in the life of a family worker – meet Kissa

A day in the life of a family worker – meet Kissa

Kissa Mwangosi has worked with Railway Children’s partners in Tanzania as the family work manager since 2015. She organises the work at our two children’s centres there.
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From street child to family champion

From street child to family champion

Sadock is a family worker with Railway Children in Tanzania. He works with children who are living alone on the streets. He knows better than anyone what these children need...
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Meeting the children's whose lives we're changing: Mwanza

Meeting the children's whose lives we're changing: Mwanza

Helen Shepard has been at Railway Children for six years and visited East Africa recently to see the impact of our projects. She was moved and inspired by the seven-day trip that took her across the country to visit our children’s centres and into the homes of families we’re working with.
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