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SACMEC is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation. SACMEC operates in association with the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) based in Virginia, USA. It also forms partnerships with NGO's and Government Departments that have the same goals concerning the children of South Africa, and on the continent of Africa.
Tel. 0037 123 932002
Kids in Conflict is a non profit organisation aimed at decreasing the risk of gender-based violence, particulary towards women and chidlren. KiC is specially designed to attend to the unique needs that arise during separation and divorce through their our core programs.
Tel. +27 83 529 6720
NCMC is a single social welfare facility in Korea specialised in supporting activities for missing children, disabled and seniors, run by ChildFund, Ministry of Health and Welfare-appointed agency for this job. It was established under the provision of Protection and Support for Missing Children and the Like Act, which came in effect on December 1, 2005.
Hotline for missing children in Austria 116000. Every year, children and young people run away from home, be deprived of one-parent with custody, kidnapped or in the worst case a victim of crime. In Austria there are currently about 150-200 children are reported missing. In every European country should therefore give it a competent contact point for missing children, urges the European Commission.
Tel. 11 6000
The Foundation for Missing and Sexually Exploited Children operates under the name Child Focus. It is a public service foundation.
Tel. 11 6000
Hope for Children (HOPE) is a small and growing charity that helps some of the most disadvantaged children in the World. HOPE works in 10 countries across Africa, Asia and Europe, working in areas largely unreached by other charities. Its mission is to provide practical support, such as education and healthcare, to improve children's quality of life, advance their rights and give them a better future.
They help abused, exploited, disabled, endangered and abandonded children. The foundation develops cooperation with national and international organisations active in the area of the protection of children and children's rights.
Tel. 00420 266 727 933.
Thora Center is a nation-wide association, which seeks to prevent sexual abuse. They have established a HOTLINE for children exposed to violence or who disappear. It is therefore possible for these countries to make contact with the countries in question, NGO organization that can help across the border.
Tel. 33 32 86 50.
Organisation that assist with the search for missing persons. Their goal is to help families affected by a disappearance. They provide reviews of research in the area and it is easily obtainable from their website. The also publicise cases of missing persons.
Tel. (0033) 03 22 87 37 50
The Smile of the Child runs the Greek Centre for Missing and Sexually Exploited Children. The Centre works closely with parents, judicial and law enforcement authorities, the press and the public in order to find missing children.
Tel. 11 6000
The Missing Persons Bureau was established in 1982. Its main function is to maintain accurate and up-to-date records on missing persons within the jurisdiction. It also assists District Officers in their investigations of Missing Person Incidents and with the identification of bodies. In the course of its work, the Bureau liaises with international police forces as well as Interpol.
Tel. 00353 1666 2615
Natonal Association for families and friends of missing people.
Tel. 0035 335.7204449
Organisation that publicises missing persons and is able to issue an alert system to mobile phones and throughout the internet. They also support the search for missing persons.
Mobile number (0039) 3920332033
Ministry of Interior, Department of Pubilc Safety. National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children. Helpline, counselling, observatory and monitoring of the web, scientific research, prevention and awareness.
Since 1987 Telefono Azzurro has been committed to enforcing the UN Convention on the Right of the Child and in creating a society where children and adolescents are truly respected during all stages of development. They manage the 116 000 number which is the line dedicated to anyone wishing to report a case of disappearance, sighting or finding of a child or adolescent, whether they are italian or foreign.
Tel. 11 6000
Missing Persons' Families Support Centre (MPFSC) is a non-governmental association, established in 1996 by relatives and parents of missing people. The main reason to unite was dissatisfaction with tardy search for missing people in Lithuania and are working towards improving the response. They are also involved in lobbying, establishing a national database of missing persons .
Tel. 00370 (5) 248 33 73
Website with cases of missing persons and unidentified persons in Netherlands.
Tel. 0031 79 345 9876
Interregional public organsation who supports the search for missing child. Publicity of missing children on their website.
Tel. (00495) 641 86 09
Non profit organsation which began in 1970 and since then has worked for the promotion and defence of the rights of children in situations of risk and neglect. ANAR provides services such as homes for children that lack proper care and a helpline.
Tel. 11 6000
They are the leading charity that specialises in the movement of children across borders. It is a parent support network formed by parents all trying to navigate their way through the legal minefield of international parental child abduction. They operate the only telephone advice line in the UK offering practical, impartial advice, information and support to parents, family members, and guardians who have had their child abducted, as well as parents and guardians who may have abducted their child.
Tel. 01162 556 234
The National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains (NCMPUR) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is Canada’s national centre that assists law enforcement, medical examiners and chief coroners with missing persons and unidentified remains investigations across the country.
The Hear the Children’s Cry Committee was established in November 2002 to focus on and work to eliminate the atrocities, abuses, neglect and traumatization of Jamaican children.
Provides resources to families of missing adults. To assist law enforcement and families in locating missing adults. They also serve as a natinoal repository of information accessible to the general public, advocacy groups and law enforcement for the purpose of tracking adults who are determined by law enforcement to be endangered due to age, dimished mental capacity, or the circumstances of disappeareance are suspicious, when foul play is suspected or circumstances are unknown.
Tel. (800) 690 FIND
It is a non profit organisation which was created in 1984. The mission of the organisation is to serve as the nation’s resource on the issues of missing and sexually exploited children. It provides information and resources to law enforcement, parents, children including child victims as well as other professionals.
The DOE network is a volunteer organisation devoted to assisting Law Enforcement in solving cold cases concering unexplained disappearance and unidentified victims from North America, Australia and Europe.