Facts, figures and a whole lot of challenges

Facts, figures and a whole lot of challenges

Our East Africa teams are about to expand their work into six new cities across Tanzania so we carried out surveys to count how many children are living on the streets of each area.
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‘I just felt like I had to do something, I couldn’t bear it.’

‘I just felt like I had to do something, I couldn’t bear it.’

This year a group of intrepid adventurers cycled across India to raise money for us. Mum of four Christina Frost was one of the 20 Ride India participants, and shares why she was inspired to take part.
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Project update: new club to inspire change

Project update: new club to inspire change

Our projects in East Africa are expanding and reaching out to even more children who need our support. The growing success of our work in rescuing children from the streets and giving them a safe, secure future means that more and more young people are changing their lives and reaching their potential.
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Pioneering project brings safeguarding children to the top of rail agenda

Pioneering project brings safeguarding children to the top of rail agenda

The Department for Transport has just launched a new scheme that will help train companies make the UK’s railway stations safer places for vulnerable children. Railway Children’s Safeguarding on Transport programme is currently the only training programme that meets the new Safeguarding on Rail Scheme requirements.
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Thomas Cook Children’s Charity: transforming the lives of children rescued from India’s train stations

Thomas Cook Children’s Charity: transforming the lives of children rescued from India’s train stations

A project set up to find and protect the thousands of children who arrive every year at India busiest and most dangerous train stations has significantly benefited from funding by Thomas Cook Children’s Charity, which is committed to improving children’s lives and the communities in which they live.
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Mt Kilimanjaro trek raises £80K for street children

Mt Kilimanjaro trek raises £80K for street children

A team of 12 intrepid rail professionals have just completed 7-day expedition to climb to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro and raise money for Railway Children.
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