Our project aims at the assuring the psychological development for the 30 children whose age varies from 2 to 5 years old and who live in the Home Center created by FSU. They are abandoned children found by roadside, in public places like markets or on beach. Their parents are unknown. Some of these orphans lost their mother at the birth and this case too, the fathers are unknown. They are vulnerable children who need appropriate education. We need assistance to meet their education.
These vulnerable children who presently are taken in charge by FSU in its Home Center are orphans of father and mother. If an appropriate education is not given to them in their childhood and they don't receive a good school education, most of them will become street children and later on highway burglars.
FSU will provide them with good school education from the nursery to high secondary school in order to keep them in the national education system. TFSU will see to it to have opportunity to attend vocational school and assist them after their training to enable to open their own workshop or manage their own business in the future.
The long-term impact this project will have in the community will be great. First FSU is working to grow the awareness of the parents of the community concerning their responsibility toward the education of their children espacially young girl education. These children will become a model in the community as they will receive a good education and live on their own and be economically independent. As ambassadors, the main job in the future will be to promote school education in the community.