A place for kids in disasters

Child-Friendly Spaces are safe places within a disaster-affected community where children's unique needs can be met. They help children return to a normal routine by offering structured activities, games and informal education.

World Vision recognizes that when emergencies occur, children are often the most vulnerable to injury, exploitation, abuse and other dangers. Child-Friendly Spaces are one of the ways in which we prioritize the care and protection of children in emergencies.

Want to help when disaster strikes? Donate to our Disaster Response Fund: http://www.worldvision.ca/give-a-gift/Pages/EmergencyReliefWhereIt%27sNeededMost.aspx

World Vision continues to be one of the first organizations on the ground in the wake of a disaster...and the last ones to pack up as we restore hope and rebuild communities.