Human Practice Foundation’s Inner Strength Program is a 3-year intervention with a goal of helping children strengthen their self-worth and relational competencies.

It is a principle for Human Practice Foundation to try and help the children who are not receiving the help they need – the children who are being left behind in an increasingly complex world. Regardless of whether a child struggles with their self-worth or lack access to quality education, we aim to make a difference for them. Accordingly, as more and more Danish students are experiencing stress, loneliness, anxiety and feelings of inadequacy, Human Practice Foundation has decided to tackle this increasing need, by helping Danish students work with their Inner Strength – working with both students, teachers and parents at Danish public schools.

The program will include the establishment of cross-cultural learning schemes with partner schools between Denmark, Nepal, and Kenya, so school children can visit each other’s countries and make connections and friendships across borders.