In our family-like care, children and young people experience a reliable caregiver as well as a home and a community. Biological siblings live together as long as it is in their best interests, so that the emotional bond between them can remain and grow. Specialists regularly assess the child’s placement, with an eye toward reintegration into the child’s family of origin wherever possible. In 2020, we provided family-like care for 37,600 children and youth around the world. COVID-19 saw many children lose parental care, if only temporarily. In India, for example, hundreds of children whose parents or caregivers were sick were cared for on a short-term basis. Tragically, 21 of them lost their parents to the virus. Eighteen children found a new home with relatives, and three children with no extended family are being cared for in our family-like care programme.