We currently have possibly over 10,000 children living in institutional care in the capital city, with all centres full, or … Continue reading Taiza: Formalising foster care system in Madagascar is a bit like digging out an abandoned gold mine.
Becoming a parent is an exciting and challenging period of time that requires the development of a particular set of … Continue reading Equitable supports for foster/kinship carers and adoptive parents
The National Foster Care Association Malta NFCAM hosted several activities for foster carers and children during the summer period. Some … Continue reading Why hold events for foster carers and children
What a name means to me A name connects me to people. My first name was given to me in … Continue reading Names are important
I am so excited to share our news with you today! Over the past 12 months, we have been re-establishing … Continue reading Announcing our new Careleaver project PiCK: Europe!
Originally written in French by Ny Hasina Ramahenina on UNICEF website Lanto Robivelo specializes in Social Work. Lanto Robivelo specializes … Continue reading To be a social worker and to devote himself entirely to vulnerable children and families.
Pets in the foster home by John Role’ – Senior Social Worker & IFCO Board Member, Malta One fascinating aspect … Continue reading The importance of pets in foster care
Grandma’s wing International Women’s Day is a wonderful opportunity to stop and reflect – on what it means to be … Continue reading International Women’s Day
IFCO AGM announced for March 20th, Saturday.
Billie-Jo McDowell – Youth IFCO Board Member As a care-experienced adult, I have been privileged over the past 7 years … Continue reading Care-experienced and Care-Leaders