We began our work 25 years ago in China, not long after our founder Jenny Bowen, and her husband Richard, adopted baby Maya from an orphanage. Our goal, from the start, was to bring love and responsive care to infants living in child welfare institutions across the country. With a team of early childhood development experts, we set about training caregivers to ensure the youngest and most vulnerable received the best possible start to life.
In 2011, the Chinese government invited OneSky to train every child welfare worker in the country. This groundbreaking partnership has transformed the standard of care and directly reached over 200,000 children in China’s 31 provinces.
Recognizing that the needs of young children are universal, today, we train professional child caregivers and parents across Asia with internationally recognized training methods and curricula, while partnering with governments to help them transform systems of care.
OneSky partners with governments and communities in Asia to provide responsive care and safe learning environments so that marginalized young children can thrive.
A world where all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential
● All children have potential and deserve a chance to thrive.
● Early intervention and healthy social systems can heal inequities.
● Collaboration is key to positive social change.
● There is always hope!