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    Children Rescued from the Streets of Kampala, Uganda

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    Around the world, millions of children are living as orphans when they could be in the arms of loving families.

     

    BEB works to make that happen.

     

    8 million children live in institutions worldwide.

     

    They languish, often for years in environments that pose a great risk to their social, emotional and cognitive development — as do children with no living relatives. The primary reason: countries lack the digital infrastructure designed to create visibility into who these children are, where they come from and how they might be moved to a better future.

    Without a digital identity, institutionalized children face a bleak future.

    BEB is bridging the technology gap

     

    Children First Software (CFS) follows the principles of the Hague Convention, guiding authorities through a five-phase process that begins with the creation of a child’s digital profile and continues even after the child is reunited with relatives or adopted.

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    One CFS implementation can help unite thousands of children with families.

    A family makes all the difference in a child’s life.

     

    Institutionalized children often experience neglect that leads to increasingly poor mental and physical health. But when institutionalized children are placed in a nurturing family-based setting, those issues diminish.2 They thrive.

     

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    Now that you know, how will you help?

    Through CFS, we can end pain and loneliness for millions of institutionalized children.

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