Project #19100

Give street children in Burundi a future

by Street Action


Our aim is to develop a new generation of leaders for Burundi through spiritual, cultural & socio-economic revival. We believe that children are the future and hope for Burundi. Our vision is to see every child & young person given the opportunities & chances they need to live a normal life. We conduct a wide range of programmes including leadership training, assistance to street children, health programs, skills training, and campaigning to raise awareness about the issues young people face.
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Many children in Burundi ended up on the streets when their parents and family members were killed during the war, and they had no where else to go. New Generation has been working with street children since 1999, helping them get off the streets, back into education and enabling them to have a stable and positive future.


We currently provide food, accommodation, the equipment for school and a safe environment for 34 children. But we rely on donations from people like you to keep this work going.

Long-Term Impact

By helping these children today, you are helping to secure a better future, not just for them, but for Burundi. This is a post-genocide country with a whole generation suffering from the scars of that war. By working with the most vulnerable in society, we hope they will grow up to be the next generation of young leaders who will have a positive impact in this country, in their communities and in their places of work.


Find out more through our UK partner Street Action
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Organization Information

Street Action

Location: London - United Kingdom
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Dieudonne Nahimana
London, London United Kingdom

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