The “Humans Care Foundation: Childhood” project appeared due to the presence of significant problems in the world that greatly affect the lives of children, communities and the economic development of entire countries.

HCFC’s mission is to improve the lives of children in need around the world. We believe that using innovative solutions made by HCF and attracting the attention of the global community we will be able to give children the opportunity to thrive and build a better future.


Unavailability of education, lack of quality healthcare, child labor, poverty, orphanhood – these problems lead to economic stagnation and directly affect the health of children, their future and society as a whole.

Some facts:

  • In 2020, around 258 million children and youth were out of school worldwide. (UNESCO)

  • In India, over 60% of the population lacks access to essential health care services, with rural areas and marginalized communities being particularly affected. (UNICEF)

  • An estimated 5.3 million children under the age of five die each year from preventable causes, such as pneumonia, diarrhea, and malaria. (UNICEF)

  • Worldwide, an estimated 152 million children are engaged into child labor, with the majority working in agriculture, followed by the service sector. (ILO)

  • Worldwide, an estimated 140 million children have lost one or both parents, with many facing a range of challenges, including poverty, social stigma, and lack of access to education and health care. (UNICEF)

  • Worldwide, an estimated 385 million children live in extreme poverty, meaning they live on less than $1.90 per day. (World Bank)


There are currently around 1.8 billion children in the world, and many of them face significant challenges related to access to education, healthcare, shelter, and nutrition. To provide schools, treatment and shelter for children in need, a significant amount of funding will be required.

  • The cost of providing asylum to an orphan is on average $1,000 per year.

  • The cost of providing basic education, medical care and nutrition to a child in a developing country is estimated at about $700 per year.

  • The cost of saving 1 child’s life from an acute illness in low-income countries is $500.

  • The cost of building a primary school in developing countries is about $20 000, depending on the region and the level of services provided.


HCFC intends to raise $300,000,000 to help children in need of basic needs around the world, leveraging a blockchain-based platform for secure, transparent, and low-fee donations.

HCF believes in philanthropy’s ability to impact the world positively. That’s why we create a blockchain-based tool for public funding of non-profit organizations and sponsor several initiatives of organizations such as: One Home Mission, Vrikshit Foundation, Mila4Africa, SOL Uganda, Children’s Sure House, ANNIE Hope Foundation, and Children Must Live.

NGOs are organized by passionate individuals making a difference, but sometimes lacking extensive PR skills crucial for promoting their activities. At HCF, we provide the opportunity to amplify voices, showcase NGOs, highlight their leaders, address critical issues, and connect with a global audience.


We did several initiatives and allocated funds from our personal resources to help children in hard situations. As a result, we:

  • Opened a computer lab at Queen of Peace High School in Mpigi, Uganda.

  • Transported 5 children whose families were affected by landslides in seismically hazardous areas to the SOL Uganda home.

  • Helped children from Tabor school in Kenya to move to a new and more modern school.

  • Launched a football project in Senegal, which give a chance children from the streets achieve their dreams of becoming football stars.

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