Stuck Tour Ten-Year Reunion  

    This past week, BEB had the opportunity to host a ten-year reunion on Zoom with friends and advocates who participated in the Stuck tour. This reunion was a way to reflect on the past and share the progress of BEB’s mission to help fix the global child welfare system....

    GPS Coordinates on CFS Create Efficiencies in Caring for Children 

    In Uganda, the BEB team has been working to store all GPS coordinates of children’s homes onto Children First Software (CFS). This project has proven to be a worthwhile endeavor. In the first phase of collecting GPS coordinates, 77 homes were collected, captured into...

    BEB Leadership Visits Africa

    BEB leadership took a trip to Africa and visited Congo Brazzaville, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Nigeria. During the trip, there were many great conversations with government leadership, the official signing of MOUs, visits to children’s homes, and meetings with the BEB...

    Stories of Inspiration

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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.

    Read more on our blog

    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.



    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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