The project is to re-integrate fifty (50) street children in to homes, prevent those at risk of entering the street, provide them with health care, reliable and relevant education, and enhance their participation in community and national development at Basori Village, The Gambia,West Africa. The project will commence in September 2018 and ends in August 2023. Project Beneficiaries Street and under-privilege children,Parents,village community, government, donors, teachers.
Despite the Government's and other children development agencies' efforts on the empowerment and preservation of children rights and privileges, children numbers in the streets continue to soar. This alongside the alarming children education dropout rates arising from inadequate financial background of families to support the provision of children basic rights has culminated in the numbers increasing exponentially in the Gambia.
The Project will fulfill the following from Sept 2018-Aug 2019: Integrate fifty (50) children happily in to homes and prevent the under privileged to enter the street Provide standard health care services to these children. Provide reliable nursery, primary, secondary senior education to these children. Develop the competence of these children by providing them with employable skills. Giving parents and guidance a positive perspective to family life
Reduced rural-urban numbers of street children in Basori village. Reduction of crime, prostitution, drug addiction, robbery, vagabondism through youth engagement. Improved youth participation in community and national development initiatives Improved source of skill and knowledge transfer for the village, community and country. Improved moral of the community by setting good examples of the fruits of learning. Presence of knowledge and wisdom that will support the village.