Many ex-convicts are stigmatized by the society. They are always viewed to have criminal intent/minds by even their family members. Many lose their families and end up having depression due to lack of sense of belonging. As an organization we ought to enlighten citizens about ex-convicts rights and to assist them negotiate good rapport .We need to have rehabilitation center equipped with technical trainings to uphold skills for job acquisition.This center will act as home and acceptance inbuild.
Ex-convicts are being rejected in the society once they complete their sentence. As a result they are depressed and end up committing same or more crimes. Some act under duress as seen through the modus operandi provided in court for re-arresting.
By building a rehabilitation center, we shall be creating a home for acceptance and trainings undertaken for life growth. We shall also have good monitoring on behavior change and general wellbeing of the individuals. The society will also have good time to observe them change gradually and hence develop openness with positive mindset towards them. Many will get saved and understand the need to be law abiding citizens of the country.
The project at long run will reduce crime commission in the society as well as recidivism. We shall also have created practical training skills in them once they incorporate in the society for life sustainability. Some are cooking skills, tailoring, carpentry and mechanics.
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