What we do

 

Family First – Preserving, Strengthening & Caring for families and OVC’s

 

Children’s Right’s Advocacy.

 

REUNIFICATION

We work with the Government Social Welfare Department

to reunite rescued children to their families

that have been identified .

Highlights

  • Family reunification and preservation

  • Design and implement training for reunification
  • Work with vulnerable families to care for their children

  • Provide a temporary children’s home to assist the most vulnerable

FOSTER CARE

We do Promote foster care system in Uganda,

identifying, training and registering families to care for vulnerable children.

  • Full integration with national Social Welfare

  • Fully Trained Staff

  • Social Worker integration

  • Safe Environment

  • Opportunities to thrive

 

Our team works 24 hours to rescue and provide quality care, accommodation, food, medical care, and education to abandoned, neglected, and vulnerable children between the ages of 0-7 years. 

    • Infant Care – 24-hour motherly and medical care for rescued newborn babies and infants.
    • HIV/AIDS Medical Support – regularly scheduled hospital visits, procurement of required medication and treatment, extensive special care for HIV/AIDS positive abandoned infants.
    • Daily Care – free access to education, meals, medical care, and scholastic materials for underprivileged children between the ages of 3 to 7 years. 
    • Child Reintegration – extensive background investigations, locating parents or extended family members, and resettling abandoned children, after providing family support, rehabilitation, and ensuring a safe home and stable future for the child.
    • Teenage Mother Support – provide help, support, and rehabilitation for infants and their mothers, who may be victims of sexual abuse, forceful early marriage, and father’s neglect, absence, or complete abandonment.
    • Abandonment Prevention – offer emotional, material and educational support, counseling and problem resolution to prevent abandonment.