July 28, 2017 — CERI held the second annual training session on the legal and practical aspects of alternative methods for foster care and adoption for children in India to the Don Bosco National Forum for the Young at Risk.
July 17, 2017 — Exposing our beneficiaries to volunteer work is one of the main principles of CERI Moldova. We do this especially to provide a learning experience as well as help those in need.
June 23, 2017 — CERI-India National Director Ian Anand Forber Pratt addressed a contingent of stakeholders at the inaugural Community of Practice on Fostering and Adoption Conference to discuss foster care and adoption legislation.
June 11, 2017 -- CERI leadership imparts valuable knowledge about alternative care for child protection in India to Hyderabad-based Sarah's Covenant Homes.
May 31, 2016 -- The Opening Doors for Europe campaign has added its eighth partner, CERI (Children's Emergency Relief International). The Opening Doors for Europe's Children campaign launched as a pan-European in June 2013.
May 17, 2017 -- A blog from Ian Anand Forber-Pratt, Leading campaigner for childcare reform in India. Today, India commits to counting children outside homes and families as it shifts away from institutions.
May 26 2017 -- ATHENS, GREECE — The population of the city of New Delhi is double that of the entire nation of Greece, where the Roots Research Centre's second International conference was held.
May 13, 2017 --- In May, a group of 60 supporters gathered to enjoy brunch, music and a message from CERI’s Executive Director, Connie Belciug. Belciug spoke about CERI’s mission to care for orphans around the world, and how CERI exists to help those who face brutal living conditions.
May 23, 2017 --- About 50 moms and their sons attended the inaugural CERI Mother Son Night of Fun at the Witte Museum in San Antonio on Friday, May 19. Moms and their handsome young “dates,” adorned in their Sunday best, toured the awe-inspiring dinosaur installations.
May 9, 2017 --- Javeed is a bright, energetic 20-year-old living in Sri Lanka. Hardships can’t defeat his resilient spirit – even though he has had a painful childhood, he still strives to reach his goals and succeed. Tragically, Javeed never knew his mother; she died giving birth to him. Then, at the early age of 4, he faced another tragedy. His father passed away from complications caused by severe arthritis. With both parents gone, Javeed went to live with his grandmother, Seyamboo.