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Program ma na celu ochronę najmłodszych dzieci przed krzywdzeniem. Specjaliści FDN udzielają konsultacji indywidualnych oraz organizują m.in. warsztaty umiejętności wychowawczych i tematyczne spotkania edukacyjne.

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Project "Family support beyond borders"

Project "Family Support Beyond Borders" focuses on exchanging experiences between NGOs from Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary.

The main goal of the project is to exchange practical experiences between the partners on running voluntary support activities for families, build up the knowledge on early family support and prevention of young child abuse and promote best practices in early prevention strategies.

All partners from Poland (Nobody's Children Foundation), Czech (Home-Start Czech Republic) and Hungary (Home-Start Hungary) make part of Home-Start Worldwide network which groups organizations that run projects on voluntary support in families.

Within such projects volunteers (who are parents themselves) are trained to provide support to vulnerable families (single parent families, teen parent families, families suffering from social exclusion).

The Czech and Hungarian partners have been running their projects for over 10 years now (read more about Home-Start Czech Republic, Home-Start Hungary), Nobody's Children Foundation has started such project in 2010, it's called "Volunteer in Family".

The "Family Support Beyond Borders" project will give a chance to exchange ideas and promote best practices in family support and positive parenting. 

Nobody's Children Foundation will organize a seminar on voluntary support to vulnerable families. The experts from Czech, Poland and Hungary will be invited as speakers. Also there will be a study visit for Polish partner to Home Start Czech Republic to learn practical solutions in managing and promoting such projects.

The project "Family support beyond borders" is financed within the Standard Grants programme of the International Visegrad Fund (www.visegradfund.org).