Drop In

Boys from streets start their rehabilitation process here. It is the first phase of our program and serves as temporary stay, usually for a period of 3-6 months. Some of the activities in this phase include;

  • Home Visits

    To identify the child’s home, parents and/or relatives and also helps understand the social environment of the child.

  • Guidance and Counseling

    This involves individual counseling where professional counselors interact one-on-one with the child.

  • Seminars and Workshops

    This includes organizing talks for the children on various issues such as self-esteem, sexuality, drug abuse among others.

  • Non-formal Education

    This is undertaken by professional teacher to help determine the stage at which a child stopped schooling if at all they started going to school.

  • Extra curriculum activities

    e.g. football games and various indoor games such as draft help to identify a child’s talents.

  • Spiritual inculcation

    Guided by the house fathers, children hold reflections every day and attend Sunday service every week. They are taught how to pray by themselves and above all to build a close relationship with God.

  • Responsibility Training

    The boys engage in daily chores such as cleaning, sweeping and so on. Besides, they have small gardens and rabbits which they take care of to learn day-to-day responsibilities.

  • Medical Care

    Given the environment these children come from, they require thorough and constant medical care. Thorough medical examination is done within the week of their arrival.

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