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Culture Camp for Children Preserves Native History

Alaska village uses Child Care and Development Fund to teach Native customs.

Image of the map of Ethiopia and a portrait of Essey Workie and her family.

The Faces of New Americans: Meet Essey Workie

A visionary and advocate for New Americans.

Photo of group of smiling young girls from different races and ethnicities.

Lights on Afterschool

Shining a light on the need for afterschool care.

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Office of Child Care Taking Steps to Ensure Program Meets Needs of Hispanic Community

More than 20 percent of children served by the Child Care and Development Fund are Hispanic.



Aerial view of village of Igiugig Alaska

ACF Grant Will Help Rural Alaska Village Create Jobs, Decrease Costs of Living, and Help Local Environment

ANA recently awarded over $12.4 million in new 2015 grants, including the recently reinstated SEDS-AK grant, which supports Alaska Native families and communities.

Photo of a Hispanic mother, father, son and daughter enjoying a day in the park.

Marriage and Fatherhood Grants Released

ACF funds programs that will provide comprehensive services to participants, including attention to the importance of employment and economic stability.

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Head Start is ‘Life-Changing’ for At-Risk Children

Thirty-eight percent of the children served by Head Start are of Hispanic or Latino origin.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2015, Part 1

Hear about the exciting efforts to end domestic violence!

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Human Trafficking and National Preparedness Month: Power Outages

During Hurricane Katrina there were 5,000 missing children.

Hispanic mother and father with child in a pumpkin patch.

New Americans 101

A primer on the President’s initiative to better integrate immigrants and refugees into American communities.

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