At Action for Children, our vision is a world where all children have a sense of belonging and are loved and valued. We work with around 200,000 of the UK's most vulnerable and neglected children, young people and their families, and we'll be there for as long as it takes to make a difference in their lives. To find out about the work we do - and how we're committed to tackling child neglect - visit us at, http://www.actionforchildren.org.uk, or, http://www.actionforchildren.org.uk/get-involved
Afasic is the parent-led UK-wide charity representing the interests of children and young people with speech and language difficulties. We campaign for recognition of their difficulties and appropriate support to meet their needs and facilitate their inclusion in society. We provide information and support for their parents through our website , helpline and range of downloads and leaflets. We are a registered training provider and also from time to time run workshops and conferences for parents, professionals and the young people themselves.
Afghanaid is a British humanitarian and development organisation. For thirty-five years, our dedicated personnel have worked with millions of deprived, excluded and vulnerable families in some of the poorest and most remote communities in Afghanistan. We build basic services, improve livelihoods, strengthen the rights of women and children, help communities protect against natural disasters, and respond to humanitarian emergencies. Our community-led approach gives ordinary Afghans a voice in their own development, making them active participants in shaping the future of their country. With our years of experience, our majority Afghan team, and our deep understanding of local, cultural and ethnic issues, we have earned great trust and respect among the communities we serve. This has allowed us to gain access to some of the most underserved areas of the country. Our vision A peaceful and thriving Afghanistan. Our mission To provide rural Afghans with the training and tools they need to help themselves, their families and their communities. Our focus We particularly target vulnerable households – including those headed by women, or with elderly, chronically ill or disabled family members.