Street Kids International

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Our Partners

In addition to training youth-serving organizations around the world, we partner with leading agencies in the countries where we work. These collaborative partnerships are important in keeping us connected to the realities of vulnerable youth in the communities we serve.

 

Affinity Express, India
Affinity Express piloted our original Street Source concept in Pune, India, to help break the social stigma of marginalized youth living in poverty by gaining business knowledge and experience they need to compete for jobs. Affinity Express is a communications company that strongly believes in the necessity of giving back to communities in which it works. 

Ayala Foundation Inc, Philippines
The Ayala Foundation Inc (AFI) facilitates our Street Source: Careers for Street Youth program in and around Manila to help the young and disadvantaged gain the business knowledge and experience they need to compete for jobs.  Founded in 1961, AFI  plays an active part in the national development of the country, and develops, implements, and sustains programs in various development areas, including education and youth leadership, livelihood and entrepreneurship, and art and culture. 

Emmanuel Development Association, Ethiopia
The Emmanuel Development Association (EDA) coordinates our Street WorkTM program to educate young people to earn and sustain a safe and decent living by creating and managing micro-enterprises.  EDA envisions a country where children have the opportunity to develop their capabilities so they can participate equally in the development of their communities, regions, and country irrespective of ethnic group, social class, or gender. EDA helps communities through: education and training, integrated community health and sanitation, gender and women empowerment, and advocacy work. 

Ralph Thornton Centre, Canada
The Ralph Thornton Centre supports the implementation of our Youth Business Action program, training and supporting street-involved youth in the GTA to start group social enterprises. It was established by the Toronto City Council and has been a cornerstone of the vibrant South Riverdale community for 30 years, running youth programs that include education and employment.

SKETCH, Canada
SKETCH supports the implementation of our Youth Business Action program, training and supporting street-involved youth in the GTA to start group social enterprises.  SKETCH is a community arts development initiative based in Toronto engaging young people homeless and on the margins, ages 16-29. 

St Stephen's Employment & Training Centre, Canada
St Stephen's supports the implementation of our Youth Business Action program, training and supporting street-involved youth in the GTA to start group social enterprises.  It helps youth (and others) prepare for and find work.

Yonge Street Mission, Canada
The Yonge Street Mission supports the implementation of our Youth Business Action program, training and supporting street-involved youth in the GTA to start group social enterprises. Since 1896, it has provided support to people living with economic, social and spiritual poverty in Toronto.

 

Past Partners

Street Kids has worked in more than 60 countries with over 300 partners. Below are some of our partners we've worked with in the past:

Accion Callejera
AfriAfya
Care
Caritas
Centre for the Development of Alternative Education
Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation
Centro Ecuatoriano de Capacitación y Formación de Educadores de la Calle
Children in Need Network
Fondation de Pologne
Fountain of Hope
Frontline Partners with Youth Network
K-Rep Bank
Hands Empowering the Less-Privileged in Sierra Leone
HELP Foundation
Human Development Trust
Humanitarian Action
Initiative Pour le Developpement des Jeunes
Instituto de Formacion para Educadores de Jovenes Adolescentes y Ninos Trabajadores de America Latina y el Caribe
Instituto de Promocion Humana
International Rescue Committee
Jitegemee
Livingstone Anglican Children's Project
Make a Better World Kenya
Mkombozi
Movimiento de Adolecentes y Ninos Trabajadores Hijos de Obreros Cristianos
Namibia Red Cross
National Network of Organizations Working with Children
Near East Foundation
Network Movement for Justice and Development
Opportunity International
Pan Peru
Philippine Red Cross
Pro Mujer
Project Concern International
Railway Children
Saathi
Saath Saath
Save the Children
Sport in Action
Thai Red Cross
United Nations
USAID
Virlanie Foundation Inc
World Vision
York Region District School Board
Youth Challenge International 
Youth for Development
YMCA Colombia
YWCA Zambia
Zambia Red Cross Society


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