Sevac Foundation Uganda is a Charity base Organization working towards improving the livelihood of children in Uganda especially street children by carrying out a program known as life after street. This program intends to give the children who are taken away from street a new life through providing them with education, basic needs, entrepreneurship skills to the parents or gaudiness who will fight the problem of poverty, resettle them back to the community.
Recent international discussions have reemphasized that the ideal situation for the growth and development of a child is to be raised within a family unit. In situations where a child has been separated from their family, there is a general consensus that the best possible scenario for that child is to be returned to the protection of their family where they and their siblings' well-being is assured and actively promoted.
The children living on the streets will be taken back to their parents or guardians who will take care of them and also have a sense of belonging to a certain family, they will also get some education or vocational skills training that will help them to create a lawful way of making money, they will be rehabilitated and made sure they learn manners which are acceptable in the community. Over the past 1 year SEVAC Foundation Uganda has reintegrated over 300 children with their families.
The children who are on the streets have communities where their came from, the project intends to result them back to the communities where the children came from and also try to educate the citizens of those communities about the dangers of forcing their children to the streets and the outcomes of the issues. To the communities where these children where living, they will enjoy some peace since most of the street children tend to commit crime as the only way of earning a living.
This project has provided additional documentation in a XLSX file (projdoc.xlsx).