Bridging the digital divide. -- Despite remarkable technological advances in some quarters and the resultant wealth and other opportunities this affords, the gap between the Internet haves and have-nots tends to be more of a chasm than a mere gap. Many have never ever heard a dial tone, surfed the Web, let alone received computer training. FCF's mission partners are working in developing countries to change that.
Some of our projects that support computer literacy
Cadanino (English translation “Every Child”) was founded in 2007 by Timothy and Sharie Martiny. Its primary focus is to provide educational and vocational training to underprivileged and orphan children in Guatemala.
Semya is a non-governmental organization established in early 2007, offering humanitarian support to various social institutions in the Dnepropetrovsk province of the Ukraine. Semya’s initiatives include support for orphans and children’s homes, transitional program for orphaned youth, humanitarian relief, and laughter therapy.
The goal of Family Care Cambodia is to enhance the quality of life and development in Cambodia, especially for those who are disadvantaged. We invest particularly in Cambodia’s children and youth of today, to help build the leaders of tomorrow.
FEDES (Fundación Educativa de Desarrollo Economico y Social) focuses on education and social and economic development, and is dedicated to bettering the lives of the poor and disadvantaged of Chile.
With nearly two decades of hands-on experience with families at risk in Romania and Moldova, FAVOR works together with child protection officials and local authorities, to address some of the most pressing needs of abandoned and underprivileged children in the Bacau area.
Family Care Edu-vision International Services (FCE) provides qualitative education for children from less privileged rural communities in the Abuja region.