There are over 150 million orphaned children in the world.
ONETrack International promotes proper orphan-care solutions by encouraging our Transition to Home approach to family reunification. We work to uphold, introduce and train globally-recognized international laws and standards that protect an orphaned child’s rights to be raised by biological relatives, or other suitable providers, within their communities of birth in situations where it is practical and appropriate. We advocate and practice these principles at both the community and global levels by supporting and advising organizations that work with parentless and vulnerable children around the world.
A world in which all orphaned children have the opportunity to grow as a member of a family, receive proper educations and healthcare, as well as one in which orphanages and international adoption are reserved as an important function for those cases without other options.
WHERE WE WORK
Reunification is the process in which orphaned or abandoned children are reintroduced into the home and community of their family of origin.
TRANSITION TO HOME PHILOSOPHY
ONETrack International is dedicated to the transitioning of orphaned children from over-crowed and under-resourced institutionalized care back into family environments.
Help a displaced child regain a family and a home, and help a community to grow.
By Jie Jin. ONETrack is keeping families together in the Northern Triangle What is Happening on the Border It is estimated that over 400,000 undocumented migrants cross the southern border of Mexico from Central America every year, and many of these migrants are stopped …
By Lillian Miller. How the Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon affects the region’s children SUMMARY AND RELEVANCE BACKGROUND - Since independence from England and France, there has been tension between the English-speaking region in the north and French provinces that make up the greater part of the …
By Olga Bronshteyn. An Overview of the Yazidi Refugee Crisis in Greece ONETrack International’s Greek Chapter is currently working in Greece on a mission to provide accommodation and resources for Yazidi refugees who have fled to Greece from Iraq as a result of the horrific …
By Tamanna Syed. Post Ebola Orphan-Care: Liberia and Western Africa There is a strong need for orphan-care in Liberia where children have been living without parents after the ebola crisis took their lives. Liberia (along with Sierra Leone, and Guinea) are among the three most …
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