COCOA (Care of China's Orphaned and Abandoned)

A non-denominational UK charity devoted to the care of babies and young children kept in China's orphanages. Donations can be made to specifically help the search for Chen Jie and other stolen children.

Save The Children - China Programme

Save the Children seeks solutions for children threatened by poverty, disease, injustice and violence. Around the world there are 27 national Save the Children organizations, active in over 110 countries. In China, Save the Children's global alliance is represented by Save the Children UK. The group's operations range from direct assistance to the most remote and deprived communities in partnership with local authorities and civil society to advising the makers of national policy.

UNICEF China Protection and Community Services - Action

UNICEF works with the Government of China to support child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is on the ground in over 150 countries and territories to help children survive and thrive, from early childhood through adolescence. UNICEF's work in China includes activities related to Research, Monitoring and Evaluation as well as the development of Information, Education and Communication (IEC) materials.

EPCAT International

ECPAT or 'End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes' is a network of organizations and individuals working together to eliminate the commercial sexual exploitation of children. This page offers a brief synopsis of the group's efforts to combat child trafficking.

Supported with funding from the U.S. State Department, this 'web resource for combating human trafficking' offers a series of reports on human trafficking in countries around the world. Each page includes information about how the country is connected to trafficking, the extent to which government prosecutes, prevents, and protects its citizens from the crime, and recommendations from the U.S. State Department. Links to national laws and action plans, and contact information for non-governmental organizations and governmental agencies are also included.

'China's Only Children Face Great Expectations'

by Scott Simon, NPR - All Things Considered, May 22, 2008

'China: Culture: China Demographic Crisis: Too Many Boys, Elderly'

by Louisa Lim, NPR - Morning Edition, April 14, 2008

'China to Reverse Sterilization on Quake Parents'

Reuters AlertNet, June 6th, 2008

'China says one-child policy helps protect climate'

Reuters AlertNet, August 30th, 2007

'The Effect of China's One-Child Family Policy after 25 Years'

New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 353: 1171-1176, Number 11, September 15, 2005 Study authored by Therese Hesketh, Ph.D., Li Lu, M.D., and Zhu Wei Xing, M.P.H.

'Testimony of Harry Wu, Executive Director of the Laogai Research Foundation'

before the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on International Relations, December, 14, 2004