Most of the children are orphaned by HIV, or are without mothers; cared for grandparents, neighbors and other caretakers.
The program provides children with proper nutrition, clothing, medical treatment, educational support and social interactivity development.
We train caretakers in the vital subjects of hygiene, parenting, counseling alcoholics, small business operations, and small scale horticulture. The children receive porridge in the morning, lunch and fruits. We provide caretakers with maize, beans, cooking oil, salt and bar soaps regularly to enable them to feed the children. The program carries out continuous monitoring of vulnerable children in the area, their progress and the challenges they encounter in order to fully improve their well-being, with special attention to equity.
The program does this in three centers: Napetet Vulnerable Childrens Program, Mercy Center Vulnerable Children Program and the Crèche Vulnerable Children Program.