In a nutshell…
Our primary goal is to relieve sickness and preserve health among children and young people in the North West of England and South East Asia.
We do this by providing and assisting in the provision of facilities, support services and equipment not normally provided by local authorities.
We also promote research in all aspects of safeguarding vulnerable children and children’s emergency medicine.
We aim to empower communities to support children to have every chance of happiness, good health and protection from harm.
We were founded as a result of Professor Andrew Rowland’s trip to Cambodia in 2014. Following his trip, he wrote ‘Living On A Railway Line: Turning the tide of child abuse & exploitation in the UK & overseas’, which was highly acclaimed.