Foster Care

In 2005, FAR partnered with the Armenian government to develop the nation’s first foster care program. Today FAR’s Children’s Support Foundation Center (CSFC) continues to work with UNICEF-Armenia to make sure children end up in good homes instead of state institutions. Many children who come to CSFC for help are ultimately taken into the care of foster parents.

CSFC leads efforts to improve the National Child Protection System, which utilizes all available resources for children in need and lobbies to improve the government’s existing child protection system. In this vein, CSFC continually builds the capacity of child and family care specialists, raises awareness for lobbying on behalf of children’s rights and family protection, develops social technologies aimed to identify children and families at-risk, and expands and strengthens the nation’s foster care system.

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