Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, that is greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.
From street work and intake shelters, through more settled residential and educational care, to family reconstruction services, we get children off the streets and help them rebuild their lives and their futures.
We believe education in is the key to self-sufficiency. That is why we place such a strong emphasis on educating the children under our care. Without such emphasis, any assistance would simply be a bandage solution and not fix the long-term problems affecting these areas
We help the children (the most marginalized children, the ones most often ignored and forgotten.) to reach new heights by inspiring them to develop the desire and capacity to break the cycle of poverty. It is our goal to develop future leaders among these children so that one day they can help make their (communities) country self-sufficient.
It is hard work, intensive, sometimes heartbreaking, but kids are resilient and “hope” is the watchword.