1983, ICT began working to protect the rights of poor refugee
families in the UK (Somalian, Vietnamese, Bangladeshi and
Turkish Kurds). In 1984, work began in Sri
Lanka with war-affected children. By 1986, ICT had established
a programme in Zambia; by 1988, a programme in India;
and by 1992, a programme in Kenya.
The most recent programme ICT has become involved with is
all of our programmes, ICT works to protect children's rights
within a community development context, so children, their
families and their communities are always involved in the
decisions that shape ICT supported programmes.