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Make A Big Change.
A Better Place.
OUR FOCUS AREAS
Child health care and nutrition
We believe in the provision of free or affordable health and nutrition services to our targeted children.
Child psychosocial development and protection
We believe that every child deserves to be safe in his or her mental and social…
Child quality and inclusive education
We seek to ensure that underprivileged children have equal access to quality…
Gender normative transformation
We believe in planting the seed of equality amongst children as the prevailing norm is that the social status of women and girls…
Household Economic Livelihood empowerment program
We believe that every house hold with children by that virtue deserves to thrive…
Disaster Emergency response and management
We work with communities to develop disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, management, and recovery plans.
WHAT WE DO
As CST we make it our mandate to bring support to our target population. We achieve this by carrying out positive behavioral change programs, advocacy work, cash and kind handouts programs, and social and economic capacity empowerment programs. Our primary goal is in-line with various ramifications that acknowledge children’s rights for all. This, therefore, makes CST a child-centered organization for the marginalized variably to prejudices and unwanted debilitating circumstances as they grow.
CST bears it in mind that the ecology of a child is marred by a number of risks therefore programming is multifaceted focusing on efforts to respond to the direct and structural challenges that the child face in child development. In the Best interest of the child, our programming also involves the caregiver/ guardian, the community, and the districts which harbor the child as agents of child development.
Our target Population
As CST we focus on the child who is a victim of abuse, gender disparity, poverty, disasters, health epidemics and pandemics, displacement, and separation or divorce.
The child being anyone below the age of 18 years of age according to the African Charter on the rights and welfare of the child.