• Our results

    We measure everything we do to achieve the greatest outcomes for children and communities through professionally managed programs. And, thanks to our generous supporters and partners, we can celebrate milestones where we work. From tracking six-year targets to seeing results in graduated communities, we love to see real lasting, change.

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Measuring change

In collaboration with community members and our country-office staff, we collected baseline data (our starting point) in 2012/13 and set six-year targets. This past year, we followed up in the countries we work. Below is a sample of our contributions in our sectors and the progress we’ve made in CCFC-supported communities.

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Celebrating community graduations

A community graduates from Christian Children’s Fund of Canada’s support when its residents begin advancing in skills, knowledge and independence. This means they’ve had success with child rights and protection, skills-building, lobbying with local government and raising money to efficiently manage their resources. We track these successes — see some of the latest accomplishments below.

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Dequeni program, Paraguay
Graduated July 27, 2017

  • 819 children and youth received nutritional support
  • 12 classrooms and child-friendly spaces were built or renovated
  • 216 children attended early childhood development activities
  • 1,195 community members were trained in preventative health

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SPEECH program, India
Graduated April 25, 2017

  • 4,900 community members were given access to clean water
  • 720 child labourers were rescued from hazardous work and enrolled in school
  • 100 percent of children could safely report child-protection issues in their community
  • 698 adolescent girls were trained in reproductive health

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Tenkodogo program, Burkina Faso
Graduated Nov. 24, 2016

  • 4,800 children from vulnerable families were given nutritional support in the five years before graduation
  • 4,800 sponsored children were given school kits and solar lamps (between 2013 and 2016)
  • 10,000 children and community members were educated about malaria and HIV/AIDS

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Baptist program, Ghana
Graduated Oct. 28, 2016

  • 26,000 community members were given access to clean water
  • 95 percent of children were given access to education and received school materials
  • 1,655 community members learned about income-generating activities
  • 1,200 women were trained to properly prepare formula for newborn babies

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Pirapomi program, Paraguay
Graduated July 27, 2016

  • 1,496 children received nutritional support
  • 9 classroom blocks, libraries and child-friendly spaces were built or renovated
  • 711 community members engaged in skills-training and income-generating activities
  • 368 children and adolescents were given leadership and child-rights training

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El Carmen/Curupayty programs, Paraguay
Graduated July 19 & July 27, 2016

  • 1,496 children received nutritional support
  • 9 classroom blocks, libraries and child-friendly spaces were constructed or renovated
  • 711 community members engaged in skills-training and income-generating activities
  • 368 children and adolescents were trained in leadership and child rights

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Tuma Kavi program, Ghana
Graduated June 24, 2016

  • 9,000 schoolchildren benefited from nutritional support
  • 21,154 community members were given access to improved healthcare
  • 90 percent of students graduated from elementary school
  • 2,882 community members benefited from skills-training and income-generating activities

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Gotas de Leche program, Paraguay
Graduated May 31, 2016

  • 673 children received regular nutritional support
  • 222 children received regular medical checkups and follow-up care
  • 31 classrooms, child-friendly spaces, libraries and other educational facilities were built or renovated
  • 420 parents and community members were trained in children’s rights and child protection

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Deenabandu program, India
Graduated May 30, 2016

  • 70 percent of families were given nutritional supplements
  • 100 community-based herbal gardens were established
  • 90 percent of the community was given access to savings and credit services

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Gumani program, Ghana
Graduated March 29, 2016

  • 25,000+ children received health assessments and medical checkups
  • 90 percent of children could stay in school and finish their elementary education
  • 75 percent of former sponsored children were earning an income and taking care of their families
  • 2,000 pregnant and lactating mothers received treated bed nets, reducing incidences of malaria in the community

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Koumsagha program, Burkina Faso
Graduated March 22, 2016

  • 450 children received regular medical checkups and follow-up care
  • 1,512 sponsored children were given school kits in the three years before graduation
  • 870 sponsored children were given solar lamps in the two years before graduation
  • 90 percent of children and community members were trained in child protection and child rights

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Koupéla program, Burkina Faso
Graduated February 25, 2016

  • 1,240 community members were given access to clean water and family latrines
  • 1,780 sponsored children were given school kits in the three years before graduation
  • 2,000 children and adults were trained in child protection and child rights
  • 3,000 children and adults were trained to plant trees and preserve the environment

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Banembanto program, Burkina Faso
Graduated Dec. 29, 2015

  • 1,411 community members were given daily access to clean water (since 2006)
  • 480 children were given regular access to medical checkups and care (since 2013)
  • 2,000 sponsored children and community members were educated about child rights (during African Day of the Child in 2014)
  • 250 community members were trained to plant trees to preserve the environment

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Kougri program, Burkina Faso
Graduated Dec. 29, 2015

  • 540 community members were given seed fertilizers to increase their crop yields and income annually
  • 785 adolescent girls were given hygiene kits and reproductive health education annually
  • 1,500 children and adults were trained in child protection and child rights
  • 3,000 community members learned about HIV/AIDS prevention and malaria prevention

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Vembar program, India
Graduated October 26, 2015

  • 105 households were given individual toilets in one year
  • 100 percent of children we given access to primary education
  • 80 percent of youth received skills-training
  • 200 women benefited from alternative livelihood opportunities

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Finagrain program, Paraguay
Graduated April 21, 2015

  • 1 health post was constructed
  • 50 percent of early childhood development classrooms were fully equipped
  • 129 parents learned more about early childhood development
  • 2,000+ children participated in extra-curricular activities