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
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.
Governments around the world are taking different approaches to how to manage child protection, family support, and foster care systems … Continue reading Preventing Child Abandonment in Madagascar during Cononavirus
On the 8th and 9th of April 2020, IFCO hosted two ‘Coffee Conversations’ Webinars in partnership with The Care Leavers … Continue reading IFCO COFFEE CONVERSATIONS
It all started in 1998. Dr. Laurence Gonzi – then Minister for Social Policy (he was later appointed Prime Minister … Continue reading My contribution in establishing a new foster care system in Malta
On behalf of IFCO, I join with everyone around the world to wish all children a happy World Children’s Day. … Continue reading Happy World Children’s Day!
The United Republic of Tanzania is country in East Africa formed as result of the union between the then Tanganyika … Continue reading Foster Care in Tanzania