Children have talents that are waiting to be discovered therefore we nurture them and help those talents to be discovered through drama, play and recreational activities.
We are developing an agricultural demonstration school at Nsimbe near our transit home to enable the children passing through our doors and break the cycle of poverty as they learn through demonstration and participation.
A better future for the children can best be achieved through equipping them with knowledge therefore the children we care for in our transit home are reintegrated back into formal education or vocational training.
“Unaccompanied youth” are children and youth who are homeless and on their own—that is, not living with their families. This group includes “runaway” youth, youth whose parents encouraged them to leave or locked them out of their home, and independent youth from families where irreconcilable conflicts or loss of contact have made it impossible for
To prevent neglect of children’s health, we advocate for free immunisations of preventable diseases that kill and maim children and better access to health services accessible to those who cannot afford private care.
Homeless children include those who meet the definition contained in the HEARTH act of 2009: Someone who lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. Someone who has as a primary nighttime residence a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings, including a car,