On 7th September 2015, Street Child launched the Legacy of Ebola Appeal.
With the medical dangers of Ebola now finally on the wane, the growing humanitarian crisis faced by thousands of Ebola-affected children has tragically begun to fade from public view. Our appeal aims to encourage the public to help us finish the work that's been started to ensure that thousands of children affected worst by Ebola are given the opportunity to progress along their journey from destitution to a secure, sustainable life at home and in school. Click here for more details on this vital appeal.
IT COSTS AS lITTLE AS £20 A MONTH to support an ebola-affected child's journey from destitution to a secure life at home and in school
Street Child in Nepal
Street Child is currently helping build temporary learning centres and get children back into education after the devastating Nepal earthquakes. Our operations are focussed in remote Okhuldunga district, eight bumpy hours drive from Kathmandu, which was devastated by the second earthquake. More details to be announced soon. If you'd like to support our work in Nepal, click here to donate.
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- Read our Annual Report to find out where and how the funds we rised last year were spent + Click here
- our Ebola Orphan Report reveals the shocking scale of Sierra Leone's Ebola orphan crisis + Click here
- updates on the Ebola Crisis, including CEO Tom Dannatt's thoughts from the field + Click here
- support our efforts to help Ebola-affected children via the Legacy of Ebola Appeal + Click here
- thanks to all those that supported our Jack Whitehall event; images available at our gallery + Click here
- take on a challenge in support of Street Child: anything from marathons to abseiling + Click here