As the second largest country by area of land, Canada is one of similar history and qualities, to that of the United States.
Within Canada’s economy, there is a sustained need for the continuing education of certain populations and the nurturing of the youth.
Of those populations, the indigenous people of Canada, First Nations, have endured numerous hardships. Many years of war with European settlers, and non-native dwellers, over land and political rule has tainted the First Nations community to extents of personal anguish among the entire population. The First Nations has increased statistics of poverty, substance abuse, fetal alcohol syndrome, crime, incarceration, and lower levels of education. Within these groups of children, there is a dire need for change . . . change with the power of touch.
The Liddle Kidz Foundation Global programs support children who are emotionally traumatized with supportive nurturing care and emotionally appropriate nurturing touch therapy to support healing. Having fears and worries, that are far beyond their years can be traumatizing for children. It is our goal that we help the children and their families, so that the many repetitive patterns of unhealthy upbringing and learned behavior can be changed to benefit children for a brighter future.