Protecting Children’s Safety and Emotional Well-being Through Play
How Peter Went Back to Learning
Peter couldn’t afford a school that could accommodate his disabilities. That meant he wasn’t going to school at all. Thanks to the help of the Right To Play-trained school inclusion committee, Peter is back in class, learning and playing with his peers.
The Confidence to Learn: Victoria’s Story
Victoria is a bright and determined nine-year-old who dreams of being a doctor. Victoria knows that to achieve her dream, she has to do well in school. She’s able to pursue her dream thanks to the support of Tumaini, her Right To Play-trained teacher, who uses play in the classroom to make the classroom an engaging and inclusive place for both girls and boys.
It's not just a seat. It's a brighter future.
Millions of girls face a bleak present where forces beyond their control conspire to limit their dreams and their futures. But they want a brighter future, and they are doing their best to claim it in the face of these incredible challenges. We need to act now and support them. You can start with a seat.
Help Children Recover from the Pakistan Floods
Pakistan is in crisis from the destruction caused by historic flooding. We are responding by providing mental and emotional support and distributing hygiene kits in flood-affected areas. As conditions stabilize, we will help open the doors of damaged schools so children can safely return and pursue their education.
Floods in Pakistan Threaten the Future of Millions of Children
We are deeply saddened to witness the devastating impact of the massive flooding in Pakistan. As floodwaters recede, the incidence of water-borne disease is rising.
Youth Making Change
With the right support, children and youth are able to speak up, motivate their peers, and lead change in their communities. Meet some of the inspiring youth who are at the forefront of that change, thanks to their incredible leadership.
Achieving Change Together in Thailand
Young people in Thailand face many obstacles to success, including poverty, displacement, a lack of employment opportunities, and societal pressures. The ACT project helps them develop non-violent coping strategies to deal with these and other challenges.
2021 ANNUAL REPORT
2021 held many challenges: lockdowns continuing to keep many out of school, conflict ripping communities apart, and millions of children being subjected to child labour, early marriage and pregnancy. Right To Play responded to help children stay in school and graduate, resist exploitation, overcome prejudice, prevent disease and heal from the trauma of war. Read our year in review.
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