Empowering At-Risk Children

Beyond the Orphanage provides at-risk children with a safe haven from dangerous circumstances, and enables local partner organisations to provide them with a home, food and education as they grow into self-reliant adults.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to improve the lives of at-risk orphaned children, by placing them in a safe haven and providing them with homes and education as they grow into self reliant adults. Here's how.

Unique Continuous care model

We use a unique model of foster and kinship care that is tailored to the individual needs of each child and partner with both children and carers in a continuous and empowering way.

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In Country Program partners

We partner with local vetted carers and provide training and mentorship to help them build self-sufficient programs for their future sustainability.

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Transparency & Accountability

Both the children and carers that come to our programs undergo a strict selection process. We adhere to a clear Child protection policy and provide total transparency of all our financial accounts and procedures.

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With your help

In the last 10 years, we have helped over 1000 children around the world

Together, we can help 1000 more over the next decade

Making a difference:

Mariamawit’s story

Mariamawit was supported by the Beyond the Orphanage program in Ethiopia for 7 years. She has now ‘graduated’ from our program. This is Mariamawit’s story.

“My name is Mariamawit and I am 22 years old. I was with the Beyond the Orphanage program for seven years. Before this, I had a very hard life. I was miserable where I was living and it was not a nice environment. And losing both my parents was very painful.

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Latest News

Updates

How trauma counselling is helping street kids to recover their sense of belonging

Dr. Bobbie Legg, our amazing trauma therapist and trainer, recently visited Kenya. Bobbie was there to work with some of the young people who come into the centre we support, run by our in-country partner Alfajiri. She also conducted various training sessions in trauma treatment for local staff members. “I’ve been working with individual youth… Read More »

Updates

Congratulations to our graduates

It’s wonderful to share good news! We extend our congratulations to two of the young people we support in Nepal – Anshu and Anjan – who have recently graduated from their tertiary studies. Working in healthcare Anshu, who is 19 years old, has been busy studying to become an Assistant Lab Technician. Her studies have… Read More »