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Fiji Family Care Centre Sponsorship

Suva Family Care Centre Manager Lieutenant Varea Rika and case worker Thias Bott with a new addition to the centre, a prematurely born baby. The baby’s mother entered the centre with her other children following ongoing relationship issues with her husband and financial difficulties.

Our Family Care Centres in Suva, Lautoka and Labasa are safe houses for women escaping domestic violence, homelessness and human trafficking.

For $30 a month, you can help support this work.

Background

The Salvation Army Child Sponsorship programme has been a well-established and important aspect of Salvation Army ministry to the less fortunate around the globe for many years. In Fiji, a further development of this programme is giving people the chance to help women and children through our three Family Care Centres in Suva, Lautoka and Labasa.

Each Family Care Centre offers shelter, safety, training and support in reintegration into society for women and their families who are victims of domestic violence, have experienced relationship breakdowns, or are in need of shelter and protection because of homelessness, mental health issues and partner suicide. Women are referred by Police, Women’s Refuge and other NGOs. Without these centres, their only other option is to live on the streets. The issue of people trafficking has gained attention in Fiji and the centres are also expected to be involved as safe houses for women who are trafficking victims.

Sign Up Today

Download the Fiji Family Care Centre Sponsors Application Form at foot of page.

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For more information:

Major Debbie Clark
Territorial Overseas Development Officer/Territorial Child Sponsorship Secretary
Phone: (04) 802 6269 ext 24850
Email: Debbie Clark


Photo: Suva Family Care Centre Manager Lieutenant Varea Rika and case worker Thias Bott with a new addition to the centre, a prematurely born baby. The baby’s mother entered the centre with her other children following ongoing relationship issues with her husband and financial difficulties.

Fiji Family Care Centre Sponsors Application Form

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Date: 21 Feb 2019

Fiji Family Care Centre Advert

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