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100 years of service, present in over 120 countries, 75’000 families supported each year

ISS aims to ensure that respect for human rights is accorded to every individual, especially to children.

International Social Service (ISS) founded in 1924 is now present in more than 120 countries and is a global actor in child protection, welfare, and uniting families across international borders.

ISS advocates for better protection of rights over 75,000 families each year.

Building on this evidence based experience, ISS’ systems advocacy aims to impact key stakeholders through regular interactions with governments, UN agencies, professionals and targeted projects.