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Fighting for Child Care

Child Care: An Essential Service and Domestic Violence Issues   Child care is one of the biggest costs for families. Affordable and quality child care is an essential service that helps families keep their kids safe, and allows parents to pursue education and employment opportunities.  Child care can also be an essential service for survivors …

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Emergency Response to COVID-19

Guidance and Recommendations to Address System Weaknesses:   The COVID-19 pandemic impacted a lot of Americans, exposing vulnerabilities in our school, health, mental health, employment systems, among others. Many families have since struggled in the face of loss of  loved ones, loss of economic stability, and for some, prolonged exposure to an abusive partner or to …

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All Kids Safe and Well

A National Campaign by Committee For Children Our goal is to advance access to programs and services that build young people’s essential life skills as part of primary prevention and wellness promotion in a full continuum of support. What Are Life Skills? Life skills are personal and interpersonal skills that children first learn at home from …

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Coaching Boys Into Men  – India

Funded by the Nike Foundation, Parivartan is by far the most extensive adaptation of CBIM to date. Parivartan is a culturally specific adaptation in Mumbai, India, of the Coaching Boys into Men program to address gender-based violence and gender equity using the sport of cricket to reach men and young boys. After one year of …

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Coaching Boys Into Men – Kenya

In 2022, USAID/KENYA requested Adolescents and Children, HIV Incidence Reduction, Empowerment, and Virus Elimination (ACHIEVE) to partner with Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) to implement our Coaching Boys Into Men (CBIM) program throughout Kenya within their OVC and/or Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored and Safe (DREAMS) programs. The USAID Implementing Partners (IP) that engaged in this …

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Coaching Boys Into Men  – Australia

In 2017, FUTURES supported an implementation in Australia and New Zealand, training local advocates on how to host Coaches’ Clinics for sports coaches in the region. FUTURES continues to provide technical assistance and program materials for the continued expansion of CBIM. Read Press Release