Orphaned children, not only search for a place to feel safe but a place to feel nourished with love and care. The reunification of orphaned children with extended families is the key to preserving the sentiment of home. By offering an alternative to orphanages through this process, orphaned children will no longer lose the fundamentals of the home they grew up in. Children can learn and grow, in a safe and familiar environment.
Presented by ONETrack International, Berkeley By: Vani Gupta, Alexandra Garcia Prior to the Kosovo War, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia had autonomy over the region of Kosovo which led to a group of Kosovo Albanians forming the Kosovo Liberation Army as an act of rebellion. The first actions of the KLA against the Yugoslavian government
Story by Marlee Prather Clean water and sanitation are two important concerns around the world. Water is considered the most important resource for humans. At ONETrack International, we ensure the youth in our programs have access to clean water so that they can grow up to live happy, healthy, and fulfilled lives. The Office of
ONETrack International is administering its Transition to Home strategy in Kosovo as well as helping to support the Hope and Homes for Children program with its reintegration system in order to provide education to children in a safe environment.
... an orphan is defined as a child between 0 and 18 years of age that has lost one or both parents. Depending on this, the classification will point out either to a “single” or a “double” orphan, to the degree that the number of orphans in the world today is estimated at over 153 million.
There are currently an estimated 150 million children worldwide who have been orphaned by a variety of tragic circumstances. To put that number in perspective, 150 million is more than the entire population of Russia. Of these orphans, an estimated 5.4 million live in traditional orphanages. The solution seems straightforward — to help children in
On June 9, Carissa Etienne, the head of The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) called Latin America the “new epicenter of the pandemic” with more than 1.5 million cases being reported throughout the region. Several leaders of Latin America have tested positive for the virus including Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández. He was hospitalized in
ONETrack International last reported on the Anglophone Crisis in January 2019 (Link). While we hoped the violence in Cameroon would have ended by now, it hasn’t - and it continues to threaten the safety of children and families. In the Anglophone regions of Cameroon, residents have been restricted in their ability to move freely across