Well done to all the Theirworld fundraisers that took to the streets of Newcastle to run 13.1 miles in the Great North Run last weekend. Though injury hampered some of our competitors, for their months of training and fundraising, the Theirworld team are incredibly grateful to Craig Pember, Liam Garside, Robin Cleverly, Mark Hirst, Dominic […]
Below, you can find a list of publications Theirworld has produced for its Best Start and Safe Schools campaigns. Safe Spaces: The Urgent Need for Early Childhood Development in Emergencies and Disasters More than 16 million babies were born in conflict zones in 2015 – an average of 43,835 per day. Despite that, more than 60% […]
Today Theirworld releases a new report, Safe Spaces – which finds that the international community is neglecting millions of vulnerable babies and young children affected by conflicts and disasters. The report outlines how these children will be left to suffer from psychological trauma, toxic stress and poor brain development until their needs are prioritised in humanitarian response […]
This article originally appeared on A World at School Syrian refugee children at a school in the Bekaa Valley, LebanonPicture: A World at School A couple of years ago, it was a struggle to get world leaders to sit up and take notice of the importance of funding education around the world. Now – […]
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A Note From Sarah Brown
Welcome to Theirworld, a global children’s charity committed to giving the most vulnerable children and young people a brighter future in their world.
We lead a number of campaigns to create global change and bring better health and education to the most vulnerable children, and we run innovative projects to pilot new ideas and build life changing opportunities. We want all children to have the chance to fulfil their potential.
Our work began 14 years ago with the creation of a fund to support small projects in the UK enabling dedicated health professionals and scientists to pioneer their ideas to help new-borns and young children, and to supporting mentoring for young people.- A Note From Sarah Brown
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Donate NowOur work depends on the generosity of our supporters. The Jennifer Brown Research Laboratory has taken huge steps forward in averting tragedy and loss that can occur in pregnancy, but there remains much to be done to ensure that every newborn baby has the chance to grow up as a happy and healthy child.
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