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Mentor’s Warmth Gives Teen Mothers a Wonderful Gift

Anna, Nastya and her daughter Miroslava "I love spending time with Anna,” said Nastya, an 18-year-old teen mother. “She tells me her stories of personal success, she gives advice. I love listening to her." Anna is Nastya’s...

101 Ebola Orphans returned to family life in 2017!

By Sanya Younossi - Program Manager, Kidsave Africa Programs A granddaughter and grandmother, reunited. In 2014 the Ebola crisis ripped through Sierra Leone. The world responded, contained the virus and left, leaving thousands of children orphaned in...

A Whole New World!

By Nadezhda Chibis - Specialist in Public Relations Imagine all the things you might not know if you didn’t have parents to teach or show you. Holiday traditions, basic things about cooking, what a birthday party is all about! Vika, an...

Kidsave celebrates 20th anniversary in Ukraine

Tatiana Stafford, Kidsave VP and Director of Eastern Europe and CIS, and Randi Thompson, CEO and Co-Founder of Kidsave, trained in Kiev, Ukraine for three days on Kidsave's Family Visit Model.   This week, starting October 16 -- Kidsave's 20th anniversary --...

Kidsave Sierra Leone Gears Up to Empower Moms Helping Orphans

Thousands of children impacted by the Ebola crisis are still living in orphanages in Sierra Leone. Kidsave is seeking to help as many as we can. With time, money and attention most can be reunified with their extended family members; and those who cannot will...

Tenacity Triumphs – A Mentor and a Teen Mother

It's hard to trust a person when you've and been burned so many times. That’s how Nastya felt in 2013 when she attended a Kidsave picnic on Russia's Children’s Day. There, she met Svetlana (Sveta) a mentor who volunteers...

New Ambassador Welcomed to Washington, DC

On July 18th after a day of lobbying on Capitol Hill to preserve funding for programming for vulnerable children and kids outside of family care, the DC Metro Summer Miracles kids met the new Colombian Ambassador to the the...

“Sleuths” Help Ebola Orphans Find Families

“Social worker-sleuth” ought to be the job title of Kidsave’s team in Sierra Leone, working to reunite children orphaned by Ebola with family members. Take the case of Paul, a 11-year-old who has spent the last 2.5 years in...

Round-table meeting in Kiev on mentoring

On June 19th, Kidsave International and One Hope met in the office of Kiev’s City Administration in Ukraine on to discuss partnerships and mentoring. This was the wrap-up event for the joint project “Momentum: Pathway to Success” supported by...

Letter from the field

My name is Alix Halloran and I am GlobalGiving's Field Traveler in West Africa. For the past three months, I have been traveling around West Africa, meeting with GlobalGiving's nonprofit partners.   I was very excited to meet with the Kidsave...