Child Helplines Welcome to our network! In this section you will find information on all Child Helpline International members, by region, and how to reach them. And it´s a space for our members, where the tools we’ve developed can be found. We´ve included some great stories from the network, do read them, we think they are inspiring for everyone. Tools for Child Helplines Keeping Children Safe Fundraising Guide In April 2018, Keeping Children Safe (KCS) launched their Fundraising Guide, available to anyone who would like to raise money in support of their charity. Tools for Child Helplines Supporting and Responding to Forcibly Displaced Children Children and young people crossing borders face dangerous and stark realities. Tools for Child Helplines eLearning – Child Online Protection for Child Helplines As children are spending more and more time online, it is important that child helpline counsellors are familiar with issues children can face when they are connected. Tools for Child Helplines Guía de Referencia para un Tratamiento Periodístico con Enfoque de Derechos Nuevos caminos para la construcción de noticias sobre niños, niñas y adolescentes ANAR Peru were involved in the development of the Media Collaboration Toolkit for Child Helplines. Tools for Child Helplines Free Our Voices Welcome to the Free Our Voices Multimedia Toolkit! Stories Fighting bullying with Milan Bullying is very present in our lives and not limited anymore to the classroom or the school yard. Stories Dutch child helpline service secured for the future Stories Fundación Anar Peru and Netflix partner up to support young people Suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15–29-year-olds globally. Stories La Strada-Ukraine is now operating the 116 111 number We are proud to announce that as of June 1 2017, the European regionally-harmonised number 116 111 will be operational in Ukraine. Stories Suicidal girl rescued by our member child helpline in Afghanistan To illustrate the daily work of our member child helpline in Afghanistan, Aneeta Williams, Head of Programme Quality and Eshaq Karimi, Programme Manager at War Child UK, have shared the story of 17-year-old Shukriya, who contacted the child helpline after having taken opium in an attempt to end her own life.