Do for Children strives for inclusivity

What inclusivity means to us

Upholding the rights of people has been placed front and center of Do for Children’s work since its creation. Do for Children ensures that women and children issues including those of other vulnerable groups are taken into account in public development policy and that women and children are involved in decision-making. We promote these issues amongst the development community and support actors in ensuring their projects are inclusive.


How it affects our work

Do for Children’s approaches are inclusive, making it a practice or policy of providing equal access to opportunities and resources for people especially women and children who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized, such as those living in poverty or having physical, mental disabilities or belonging to other minority groups.

Inclusivity in our community

Inclusivity has helped the team to be impartial and accountable in responding to community development demands by being mindful of the vulnerable groups. Do for Children has approaches that creates spaces for the most marginalized people (including children, youth, older people, people with disabilities, ethnic groups and others marginalized due to their social status) and promotes their participation in the design, implementation, monitoring of development projects.