CHILDHOPE International Alliance
1986-04-07 Guatemala Guatemala
7 Apr 1986, Guatemala (Guatemala), as CHILDHOPE Foundation, subsequently CHILDHOPE International Foundation (CIF) -- Fundación Esperanza del Niño. Currently an "umbrella" organization comprising a number of virtually autonomous regional and national groups. Sometimes referred to in full as ChildHope International Movement for Street Children. As of 2005 "ceased to exist".
Improve the lives and defend the rights of children living and working on the streets; inform the world community about the problems and needs of street children and ways to address them effectively.
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No longer has a central structure but comprises regional and national groups: G-XE1665 - ChildHope UK, also referred to as 'CHILDHOPE Europe'; 'CHILDHOPE USA'; U-XE1707 - CHILDHOPE Northern Latin America; U-XE1719 - CHILDHOPE Southern Latin America; U-XE1714 - CHILDHOPE Asia Philippines (CHAP); 'CHILDHOPE Canada'.
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