We are Good Neighbors

We stand for the children's rights in the world

SDG Progress Report 2016-2020

Empowering People, Transforming Communities

Global Response to COVID-19

To help fight against COVID-19, Good Neighbors provides comprehensive support for the most vulnerable people in 39 countries.

Our Focus

Good Neighbors implements projects that promote and protect child rights, strengthen global partnership,
and advocate the rights of the most vulnerable in a respectful and effective way.

  • CRC–Child Rights Protection

    We plan and implement projects that respect the human rights of children based on our unchanging belief in human dignity, under the principle of faithfully fulfilling the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).

  • Network

    We stimulate our projects and expand our network by mobilizing the human and material resources of communities in field countries, encouraging them to actively engage in our projects as an organized group of volunteers, partners, and community committees.

  • Advocacy

    We conduct advocacy projects, such as campaigns, government policies, and seminars to promote our projects and raise awareness of governments or the general public as part of citizenship education.

MISSION

Good Neighbors exists to make the world a place without hunger, where people live together in harmony.
Good Neighbors respects the human rights of our neighbors suffering from poverty, disasters and oppression,
and helps them to achieve self-reliance and enable them to rebuild hope.

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CAMPAIGN

Good Water Project, Hope School Project, Standing, Be My Sister Campaign.

Our Approach

Our neighbors who are free from proverty, and whose rights are respected,
live self-reliant in an inclusive community

4 Global Development Principles

We support
our suffering neighbors.

We raise awareness of
human rights and the role
of duty bearers.

We promote cooperation
and solidarity.

We empower people.

8 Strategic objectives

Number of Community Projects

199

Number of Sponsored Children

209,394

Number of Working Countries

45