Children reunited



Children supported within their families

We are always striving towards integrating street children back into their original families. However it must be assured that they can return into a secure environment there. For example if there were only monetary reasons that led to an escape to the streets, we try to support the children within the familiar setting of their relatives so they can pursue their school education from there. In these cases our social workers visit the families regularly in order to make sure that a positive development of the child is guaranteed. Some families are taken care for in a wholesome setting, meaning that they are supported for example in constructing simple trade booths so they can take on responsibility for their children themselves.


Should it not be possible to reintegrate a child into his/her original family, we search for an alternative solution: This can include welcoming a child in one of our homes, direct it to another NGO’s or place it in a foster family. We discuss each single case with the social welfare, who finally takes a decision.




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Children Reunited (4/5)

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1999: Registration as International NGO

2000: Support of children in the family house of Amon in La

2001: Construction and occupation of the Boys Home in Hebron

2002: Construction of drum and wood workshop in Hebron

2005: House in La becomes the Girls Home, House Hebron becomes Boys Home.

2008: Inauguration of Drop-In Centre in Jamestown

2009: Opening of Girls’ Home in Jamestown

2011: Opening of Girls’ Home in Hebron

2012: Opening of second Girls’ Home in Hebron

2013: Opening of third Girls’ Home in Hebron

2014: 15th anniversary of Chance for Children

2015: Opening of the new Drop-In Centre in Abossey Okai

2017: Focus on reintegration of children