MSC Children's Home
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The childcare concept of MSC Children’s Home is alive in 132 countries and territories including Sri Lanka where our focus is on children without parental care and children of families in difficult circumstances. MSC Children’s Home of Sri Lanka is part of the umbrella organization MSC Children’s Home International.
MSC Children’s Home focuses on family-based, long-term care of children who can no longer grow up with their biological families. At our MSC Children’s Home and MSC Youth Facilities they experience reliable relationships and love once again, meaning that they can recover from what they have experienced, which has often been traumatic. They grow up in a stable family environment, and are supported individually until they become independent young adults.
We are extending our work with families through family strengthening programs by working with and for disadvantaged families to prevent crises that can in the worst case scenario lead to children being placed in out-of-home care. MSC Children’s Home offers various forms of support to strengthen and stabilize families as much as possible so that they can once again manage their lives independently and care for their children. Our family strengthening programs are an important way of building on the families' and communities' resources, their ability to self-organize themselves and their responsibility for the well-being of the children.
Equal rights to education and training for children are another important area of our work. Pre-school care for children, schooling and vocational training are the key to the future. To ensure that children enjoy these basic rights, MSC Children’s Home has kindergartens, day-care centers, schools and vocational training centers.
MSC Children’s Home is concerned about all children, particularly those who have no parental care and those whose families have to live in difficult conditions. The basis and aim of our work is to respect, promote and stand up for children's rights. We want to use our socio-political work to make decision makers and the public aware of the problems that children face and to call for measures that will promote the well-being of children across the world. In parallel to our lobbying activities, we encourage children to actively take part in the decision-making processes that affect their lives and, if possible, to actually represent themselves.
How you can support us
MSC Children’s Home Sri Lanka has been a strong advocate of the concerns, rights, and needs of parentless and abandoned children in the country for the last four decades and the organization’s high standards of accountability and transparency are reflected through the clear distribution of funds it receives from its donors, friends and corporate partners.
MSC Children’s Home values your support and spend your money for the holistic development of children. More than 85% of funds are spent on program services.
MSC Children’s Home Sri Lanka has always relied heavily on individual donors. More than half of income comes from individual donors.
More than 85% of funds are spent on delivery of our core-competencies; the family-based care and work with families of origin.
Sponsor a Child
You can sponsor a child. Your sponsorship enables a child to grow up in an MSC family, receive the best possible education and become a responsible adult. Your donation provides physical, material and more importantly emotional well-being of a child.
Family Strengthening Program
We strengthen disadvantaged families to prevent crises that can in the worst case scenario lead to children being placed in out-of-home care. MSC Children’s Home supports families so they can once again manage their lives independently and care for their children.
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