Who We Are
Partnering to build a community where the children can have a brighter future
Peace Children Care Center officially opened in July 2020 and aims to provide care for children with a wide range of needs in a diverse setting. PCCC sets high ambitions for all children living in the home. PCCC will be open for children of all races and will be managed with nurturing caregivers who are trained to make every effort to create a pleasant environment where the children will feel safe and cared for in order to thrive in the world.
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We Facilitate the United Nations Convention Standards on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC)
Peace Children Care Centre (PCCC) operates on the step that all children are created equal. It is our duty to ensure that they continue to have those equal chances in life even in unfavourable circumstances. PCCC works to ensure that all children under our care have their provision and protection, rights preserved in our home.
Children need extra protection and guidance from adults alongside having some special rights of their own. These children’s rights are laid out in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). It acknowledges that every child has certain basic rights and lays down four fundamental principles: non-discrimination, participation, right to life and development and the best interests of the child. PCCC will keep in mind the above four principles as the core of childcare development.
Therefore, the children will be provided with necessities including remedial teaching as appropriate, medical care, counselling, recreational and self-development activites until they complete their tertiary education which eventually paves their way towards a brighter future. The home will also recognize the acute differences between vulnerable children who have had traumatic life experiences and children with complex special needs. The home will be outward facing, working with the wider system, with a network of professionals, organizations, and with children’s families (where necessary) and communities in order to support their emotional, mental and physical development and needs.
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is developed for effective management of the Home adhering to UNCRC standards. This not only helps our staff to function efficiently but to ensure new staff provide consist quality of services.
— Our Vision
A home for the children of today to make a better tomorrow.
— Our Mission
For the Home and community to serve and educate the children by providing a safe sanctuary and complete support to instil the values of self-reliance, camaraderie and to empower them to improve the quality of their lives.
— Our Story
We are building a Children Care Centre located in Penang, Malaysia. The centre is capable of accommodating 20 children of whom are in need of a better home