MOER-CHAD offers a safe and peaceful environment for street children in Chad to live in. We have identified and enrolled 65 street children. Through this project, we plan to facilitate the family reinsertion of 35 children who have already gone through the other processes; we will provide counseling, awareness, support and ensure that children have stayed in secure and peaceful homes in order to enjoy the same rights as all other privileged children.
In Chad, poverty, violence against children within families and death of some parents forced many children to face the harsh realities of a life of rejection and opprobrium. Consequently they are compelled to accept the invitation of the street. Unconsciously they expose themselves to the grave danger of religious radicalism. We have been working with them since 2011, providing multiform assistance to them, helping them get off the streets and facilitate their social reintegration.
MOER-TCHAD plans to identify children's parents, mediate between children and their parents, reinsert children into the families, organize awareness sessions and campaigns, ensure proximity monitoring of the activities and provide social assistance.
The project aims to improve the welfare, support and protection of street children and to increase the knowledge, abilities and economic security of potential beneficiaries (guardians or mothers) so that they can carry out Income Activities Generating to continue supporting children. MOER-CHAD's staff will provide long-term follow-up to ensure that the living conditions of our beneficiaries have changed and that they enjoy the same privileges as other children who are with their parents.