Restoring the lives of street children in Nyendo
This project will support 200 children between the ages of 8 and 15 currently living on the streets to resettle with their families and communities, and help them go back to school by January 2023. The project will also build the socioeconomic support for the households using the Kisswa Minds Saving and Loan Association (KISMOS) and entrepreneurship skills development approach to address their own needs by 2023
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There are over 200 children between the ages of 7 and 20 living on the streets of Nyendo Ward,Nyendo Mukungwe Division Masaka City, Many are orphaned or have been abandoned or abused. By building trust and an understanding of each boy’s circumstances and character, staff can facilitate a process by which children feel valued, gain confidence and accept support in equipping themselves with the social and educational tools they require to overcome the past, reconcile into society and take the future into their own hands.
The need for customized interventions Kisswa Minds will ensure that the number of street children is reduced, relocate back to their families & also be empowered with education skills that will transform them,build trust, an understanding of each child’s circumstances,and they feel valued, gain confidence, accept support in equipping
themselves with the social & educational tools required.
The project will facilitate access to educate 200 former street children and will also build the socioeconomic of the households using the Kisswa Minds Saving and Loan Association (KISMOS) and entrepreneurship skills development approach to address their own