Here are some highlights of an exciting year ahead
April sees us host the Family First National Conference in Beijing with the theme, 'The journey to permanence.'
We will complete our national foster care research project in China, which has been commissioned by the Chinese government.
The new National Foster Care Project in Thailand will accelerate from 5 project sites to 15 throughout the country.
In Thailand, we aim to financially support up to 330 children in families, and train over 100 people in family placement.
In November we will gather influential leaders from around the world in America for our event: One Day for Orphans.
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Our Founder and Executive Director, Robert Glover OBE will receive an honorary doctorate from Nyack College in May.
The Thai project will publish their new, culturally relevant, government-endorsed training toolkit after two years of development.
We will host international study visits for orphanage staff and government delegates to understand the future of child welfare.
In China, we aim to help financially support up to 1,200 children in families and train 500 people in family placement.
This year our aim is to launch new projects in Cambodia, Malaysia and Vietnam (where we will soon be doing a research trip).