Operational partners

Operational partners

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To undertake reception, education, training and insertion missions, Apprentis d’Auteuil teams up with workers who deal with the issue of struggling youth and families in their own country. Together, they choose to unite forces through action, programs and practical projects in order to increase their ability to intervene and to advocate.

Action Enfants de Tous /Caritas Mali, Diocese of Ségou

Action Enfants de Tous (AET) is a welcoming centre at the service of street children with the goal to reinsert these children in their place of origin.

AFBK (Morocco)

AFBK acts for female victims of violence or in unstable situations, specifically creating welcome or drop-in areas which are also dedicated to parental support as well as suitable training. Moreover, the association develops educational activities alongside children from the working class districts together with a social childcare centre.

Al Karam (Morocco)

Al Karam takes action alongside young people from the streets and in great instability in Marrakesh and Safi proposing them educational support, access to schooling and to a variety of professional training. The association equally integrates an individual route leading young people toward insertion.

Chaine des Foyers Saint-Nicodème (Cameroon)

The Chaine des Foyers Saint –Nicodème is an apolitical non-profit Cameroon organisation whose goal is to take children out of the hell of the streets of Douala.

Christliches Jugenddorfwerk (Germany)

Christliches Jugenddorfwerk conducts an operation with youth experiencing school problems that have a physical and /or mental handicap and those that are exceptionally gifted.

CNOS (Italy)

The CNOS undertakes a mission of welcoming, education and training of young people in social difficulty both in Italy and worldwide.

Degetel (Moldova)

Degetel carries out support to people coming from disadvantaged environments with economic, social or sanitary problems.

Embrace Cooperation (United Kingdom)

Embrace Cooperation welcomes, educates and trains children and adolescents from the streets in preparation for their socioprofessional reinsertion.

Espace Jarrot (Republic of the Congo)

The Espace Jarrot conducts welcome, education and training actions for street children and adolescents in preparation for their socio-professional reinsertion.

Foyer de l'espérance (Cameroon)

The Foyer de l’Espérance is a group of initiatives which focus on social, economic and family reinsertion of children, adolescents and girls from the streets in Yaoundé.

FQOCF (Canada)

The FQOCF supports parents and families to improve the parent-child relationship and help the young person to develop within a stable environment.

Fundación Amigó (Spain)

Fundación Amigó is a non-governmental and non-profit organization founded by the religious order Amigonianos whose goal is protect, promote and train children, young people and families in difficulty, both in Spain and worldwide, through socio-educational and psycho-social intervention.

Gipsey Eye (Romania)

Gipsey Eye is a Romanian association of young volunteers who battle against all forms of discrimination suffered by the Romany population in Romania.

H.A.R.D.I (Madagascar)

H.A.R.D.I contributes to the improvement of life conditions affecting children and young people from the streets by offering them stable, secure and promising surroundings.

La Maison du Rugby (Senegal)

The Maison du Rugby is a welcoming environment predominantly for impoverished youth between the ages of 7-17 which offer extra-curricular activities.

Les Soeurs du Bon Pasteur (Lebanon)

The Soeurs du Bon Pasteur welcome and assist women and children from disadvantaged environments, who are suffering from moral, physical and psychological abuse and in a situation of great instability.

L'Heure Joyeuse (Morocco)

L’Heure Joyeuse develop concrete and lasting solutions, based on innovating approaches in three main domains: health, education, and socio-professional insertion.

Life project 4 youth foundation (Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam)

LP4Y seeks to identify situations of great distress for young people offering support to allow them to become autonomous, independent and becoming themselves, major players in development.

Luovi (Finland)

Luovi offers training for young people and adults in great difficulty. Convinced that each individual is special and deserves equal rights and equal opportunity in society, Luovi aims for excellence in education and learning.

N.R.J.(Madagscar)

N.R.J welcomes children and young people from shattered circumstances while mobilising their know-how.

Qosko-Maki (Peru)

Qosko-Maki’s objective is to support street children and adolescents in Cuzco in order to exercise their fundamental rights.

REEJER (Democratic Republic of the Congo)

The REEJER is a Congolese association which coordinates more than 164 structures with the common goal to develop an appropriate support system to children from the streets in Kinshasa.

The Smile of the Child (Greece)

The Smile of a Child carries out measures of protection and support to children in difficulty in Greece. The main mission of the association is the battle against daily problems encountered by the children. The organisation defends the rights of children by providing them with a 24/7 service each week, 365 days per year. The Smile of a Child cooperates closely with State authorities (police, Office of the Public Prosecutor, hospitals etc.)

Taab-Yînga (Burkina Faso)

Taab-Yînga helps young boys and girls from the streets of Ouagadougou to return to their families and to find their place in today’s society.

Tahaddi (Lebanon)

The association Tahaddi develops educational, medical and social strategies within the shantytowns of Hay el Gharbeh in Beirut.

Apprentis d’Auteuil is a deeply committed catholic foundation, recognized as promoting the public interest in France and in more than 50 countries. Thanks to the expertise and experience of the foundation and their partners, Apprentis d’Auteuil have been able to supervise more than 23.000 children in France and almost 20.000 children and families worldwide. Its main goal is to help youth in difficulty by conducting educational projects and to boost their ability to participate in society as full-fledged citizens by promoting training and insertion programs worldwide. In addition to their actions towards helping vulnerable children, Apprentis d’Auteuil and their partners assist struggling parents in their family obligations, with coeducation as the guiding principle. The key purpose is to improve the management of children under their care and to enable them to grow as free and responsible adults. To make a donation for education – Please contact the foundation for underprivileged children Apprentis d’Auteuil.