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Caring for children can be hard! Caring for other people's children or children who are vulnerable can be even harder... That's why, as a child rights charity, SFAC's team of social workers, therapists, lawyers and judges educates, equips and empowers adults involved in the care and protection of children all over the world (47 countries and counting!) so children everywhere can be and feel safe, have somewhere to belong and the best chance to thrive. 

     

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Caring for children can be hard! Caring for other people's children or children who are vulnerable can be even harder... That's why, as a child rights charity, SFAC's team of social workers, therapists, lawyers and judges educates, equips and empowers adults involved in the care and protection of children all over the world (47 countries and counting!) so children everywhere can be and feel safe, have somewhere to belong and the best chance to thrive. 

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  • Fri, May 13 2022, 11:11 AM : Online and in country in Brazil, Costa Rica and Sierra Leone. Training in foster care, legal practices, and assessment skills training. #FosterCare #Equipped2Care #assessment https://t.co/CDlFhRMGtN
  • Mon, March 21 2022, 4:21 PM : Join us to celebrate 20 years of SFAC and have a party! Tables selling fast so get in soon. Details are available on: https://t.co/Fmmg8Kehql Look forward to seeing you there. https://t.co/Mso2Bsxrj1
  • Mon, February 14 2022, 12:13 PM : Shall we flip the script a bit this Valentine's Day?! 🤷‍♀️ ğŸ’ž Instead of waiting for people to say they love us, perhaps we can say thanks to those who make us feel loved - all those we feel safe with... May you be surrounded by people who make you feel safe today and everyday https://t.co/m5kHZkxoeZ
  • Wed, January 19 2022, 5:44 PM : RT @homecomingproj: Most people volunteer in orphanages with the very best of intentions, so why does orphanage volunteering do more harm t…