Educational foundation dedicated to promoting the security of the rights of children and adolescents at social risk in the Dominican Republic.
International organization comprised of young men and women between 20 and 39 years old who in their spare time perform social works for helpless children in their communities.
Entity constituted by children and adolescents committed to transforming the world. Its main objective is to promote and defend the rights of children and adolescents in order to return the space they deserve in the world.
Non-profit organization, based in Kansas City, Missouri, United States of America, whose objective is to improve the quality of life of children and young people living in poverty around the world.
Joint space of the nongovernmental and community organizations, working on behalf of children and adolescents to develop actions to address problems, to promote respect for the identity of each institution and consistency in our daily actions, with a critical stance and vigilant defender of the rights of children, promoting and developing actions that impact for this population.
Nonprofit organization that works on behalf of the marginalized children and youth living in the north region of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Non profit organization aimed at supporting the schools in order to help children and adolescents to create life skills, generating study habits and desire to overcome, thus motivating to complete their primary and secondary studies in order to create generation of exemplary professionals for both family and work life.
Nonprofit institution registered in the United States and the Dominican Republic whose goal is to help poor children in rural areas of the Dominican Republic and other countries of Latin America.
Foundation that arises from the need of children who possess artistic skills but do not have the economic resources to pay this type of training. Its main mission is to train children artistically in ages of 6 to 12 years old.
Non profit organization in behalf of the Dominican children.
Organization aimed at helping homeless children in the Dominican Republic. It trains them academically on a personal, professional, and technical level so that they can be inserted in the society and participate in the development of the country.
Non-profit organization dedicated to the comprehensive care of children who are between the ages of 3 years old to 10 years old. It strives to reach
the orphans, homeless, abuse and neglected children in the Dominican Republic, restoring their dignity, attending their physical and spiritual needs, as well as their basic needs; education, nutrition, and health.
Nonprofit institution that rescue girls from broken homes ensuring their rights to health, education, housing, food and human-religious education. This home has over 90 years serving the most vulnerable children in the Dominican Republic.
Program that works forging alliances with foundations and leading institutions in the field of health, through which they extend a bridge towards the well-being of children.
Non profit organization based in Cabarete, Dominican Republic, aimed at empowering girls to create sustainable solutions to end generational poverty.
Plan is a humanitarian organization Centered Community Development in Childhood, with no religious affiliation, political or governmental.
Nonprofit program that cares and looks after the welfare of homeless children in the Dominican Republic.
We implement social programs focused on community development, with the support from individuals and institutions, national and international, in accordance with the principles and standards set forth in the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The United Nations Children’s Fund has worked with the Dominican Government since 1952, when the first Basic Cooperation Agreement was signed. UNICEF is non-partisan and its cooperation is free of discrimination. In everything it does, the most disadvantaged children and the countries in greatest need have priority.
Non profit organization aimed at transforming orphaned, abused, and abandoned children of scarce economic resources into mature Christians who live for God.