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Our mission—unchanged since 2002—is to promote the well-being of women and children throughout the world.

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Launching a New Project for Refugee Children in Athens Greece

Watch what the co-founder and mental health director of Humanity Crew has to say about our new project launching today! Today, people around the world join together to celebrate Zero Discrimination Day. Discrimination continues to undermine efforts to achieve a more just and equitable world and causes pain and suffering for many. Discrimination has many [...]

March 1st, 2019|Partnerships|

UNICEF – Australia

The Saba Family Foundation and UNICEF Australia are partnering to improve the wellbeing and safety of children at school in Australia. Thanks to the support of the Saba Family Foundation, UNICEF Australia is building a comprehensive program to improve children’s knowledge and awareness of their rights and responsibilities using the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child as the guide. It embeds values of respect, inclusion and equality in daily school life and gives children the best chance to lead happy, healthy lives free from bullying. By developing their skills as active citizens, children will be able to identify and appropriately address issues of mistreatment and injustice.

February 7th, 2019|Partnerships|

Humanity Crew

The Saba Family Foundation is partnering with Humanity Crew for a one year project addressing bullying of refugee children living in Athens, Greece. Humanity Crew is a leading international organization in the field of mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS), and has been active in the field in Greece since 2015 providing MHPSS to refugees in camps, shelters and day centers on the Greek islands, Thessaloniki and Athens. This partnership aims to promote the refugees’ wellbeing and to improve their integration process by addressing one of the most important challenges among refugee children, parents and the local community: bullying.

February 7th, 2019|Partnerships|