Our vision is a future where children are not involved in Colombian armed conflicts
CCF aims to reduce the participation of children in Colombian armed conflicts, and enable those children who have been involved in conflicts to lead balanced and productive lives away from conflicts.
Colombia has been involved in a civil war for over 50 years. Continue reading “Colombian Conflicts”
CCF aims to benefit any child who has been involved in Colombian armed groups, regardless of their group affiliation or extent of involvement.
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The two guiding factors for projects supported by CCF are Sustainability and Impact.
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Psychosocial support allows children involved in armed groups to alleviate their suffering and help them recover from the trauma they have experienced.
Life skills are abilities that enable children to deal effectively with the challenges of everyday life, such as communication, interaction, and dealing with emotions.
CCF supports projects that give children access to technical and vocational training.
The capacity of the (para) professionals in supporting children affected by conflict is fundamental to the quality of support provided to the children.
A key protecting factor for children to become involved in conflicts, and a key stabilising factor in the rehabilitation of children who have been involved in conflict is having a good family and social network system.