I think it is difficult to find local information on what to do and the national agencies and charities mostly want donations as a way for us to help. Working with children does require a level of Disclosure to ensure you are a fit and proper person as is right although I would think the existing ancillary charities such as food and cloths collection would be a good starting point.
In the UK 2010 targets to reduce child poverty were not met. Since then Legally-binding child poverty targets based on low income were removed by the government in 2016, and there aren’t currently any plans to introduce any.
Google child poverty in the UK and you mostly get links to Marcus Rashford who has done well to raise the issue but seems to be at the expense of limited government action. If you agree then do not vote the current government back into office if you still have a UK vote. That is certainly something you can do.
Due to its geographical location Greece copes with child trafficking, migrant children both with and without families as well as the ongoing, although improving, austerity measures now further exasperated by the Covid virus.
Globally, the link below with a summary of facts is enlightening.
Good luck with your search to help.https://childrenincorporated.org/unders ... tatistics/
GLOBAL POVERTY FACTS
– According to the World Bank, 385 million children around the world live in poverty
– Every year, 3.1 million children die (8,500 children per day) due to poor nutrition
– 1 in 4 children is living in poverty in the world’s richest countries
– 805 million people worldwide do not have enough food to eat
– 80% of the world’s population lives on the equivalent of less than $10 a day
– Almost half the world — over three billion people — lives on less than $2.50 a day