alt… for example by supporting one of our education projects!

altTime passes slowly in the village of Gancho Caoba in Guatemala. The Che family lives there with seven children – a hard life, especially since the financial crisis.

altDid you know that only 29% of girls attend school in Burkina Faso? And that only 50% of the youth know how to read and write? What kind of a future is awaiting this country and its children?

Young Reporters

 Cross-views of children on their rights


Young Reporters ("Enfants Reporters" in French) is a participatory project of the association "30 Years of Children’s Rights", currently carried out in partnership between Enfants du Monde and Terre des Hommes Suisse. It gives children the opportunity to express themselves on the rights that concern them and to offer their own perspectives to those around them.

With their presence on the field, their quill in the inkwell or


The 2009 Annual Report of Enfants du Monde has just been published. It describes our fields of intervention in education and health, our network efforts, as well as our activities in Switzerland.

altEnfants du Monde will be featured on Swiss television on Sunday, 30 May 2010 (6:10 p.m. on TSR 1; 8:30 p.m. on RSI).

altSix students from the University of Geneva organized a student party in favor of Enfants du Monde: Jack Jewsbury, Tenzom Norgay, Arinul Haque, Lucy Baghramian, Casandra Feijoo and Tom Jewbury (left to right).

altI have received a lot in my life – rich experiences, interesting contacts, good friends. Voluntary work is the way for me to thank life and give back some of the things I have received.

altEnfants du Monde is now on Facebook!

altPupils from the Ecole de l’Europe in Geneva have joined forces with the Swiss network Education et Coopération, which Enfants du Monde is a member of.