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Child Welfare
Foster Family
Care Program
Foster Family Care Program
Foster Family Care Program
Yearly, 400 children that are in need of care are taken care of at foster homes and not in care facilities. For children under 36 months of age, it is critical to grow up in a family environment as parental interaction is essential to children’s development and growth during early childhood. SWS endeavors to support children to develop in health and stability through foster family care. In addition, child care products are provided monthly, along with health check-ups and medical support.
Adoption
Program
Adoption Program
Adoption Program
SWS, in accordance with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and The Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption , continuously strives to support children in need of care, to be cared by families. SWS supports children to grow up in a family environment with stability and care, and the adoptive families to feel the importance of a family, so that they can dream a happier future.
Institutional
Shelters Program
Institutional Shelters Program
Institutional Shelters Program
The program finds and provides appropriate measures that can best support the future of the children that are in need of care due to relinquishment of parental responsibility, neglect, abuse and others. SWS operates baby’s reception homes and institutional shelters for children and provides services for children such as child protection and care support, education support, medical support, and psychological and emotional support.
Early Medical
Support Program
for Infants &
Toddlers
Early Medical Support Program for Infants & Toddlers
Early Medical Support Program for Infants & Toddlers
In many cases, children in need of care due to abdication of parental responsibilities and other reasons are born with illnesses and disabilities. There is a high possibility that these children lack information on family medical history, which leads to struggles in identifying potential difficulties. Therefore, it is important to thoroughly observe and provide treatment during early childhood. SWS provides special care to infants and toddlers that are born with illnesses and aims to detect early childhood illnesses and provide treatment as early as possible.
Protection &
Support Program
for Adolescents
Protection & Support Program for Adolescents
Protection & Support Program for Adolescents
This program supports children that are experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties due to family dissolution and children that are in need of treatment while in temporary separation. These children are provided with the stability of a family environment and professional psychological treatment, so that they can develop psychological and physical health and return to their family and community.
Psychological &
Emotional Support
Program for
Children
Psychological & Emotional Support Program for Children
Psychological & Emotional Support Program for Children
This program provides support to children that are experiencing behavioral difficulties and/or emotional disabilities through diagnosis and provision of services such as clinical treatment and behavioral therapy.
Scholarship
Program for
Low-Income
Children
Scholarship Program for Low-Income Children
Scholarship Program for Low-Income Children
Lack of childhood education can result in continuation of poverty. SWS supports children to overcome their current adversities and become a valuable member of the society through a matching scholarship program.