Children in Crossfire

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Sarah Gallagher
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Children in Crossfire is a growing international development organisation based in Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland that works to promote and protect the rights of children who are caught in the crossfire of extreme poverty.

Children in Crossfire was established in 1996 by our Executive Director Richard Moore. Children in Crossfire exists to make a significant and lasting contribution towards the eradication of poverty. We do this not alone, but by working in a vibrant web of collaborating agencies, each of us contributing something valuable and unique towards our shared vision for a better world.

Children in Crossfire supports local initiatives that improve the daily lives for people living in some of the world's poorest communities - for instance, greater income-earning opportunities, improved health facilities, or clean water supplies. At the heart of our commitment to tackle poverty is the belief that it is within local communities that the most effective and sustainable development initiatives are to be found. Strengthening the ability of these communities to establish and sustain development initiatives is a central theme in all our work.

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Opening hours: 

Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm

Contact information
2 St Josephs Avenue,
Derry / Londonderry
BT48 6TH
028 7126 9898