Introduced in December 2017 to engage the Kids Living in the Street during Carnival Calabar and Christmas period. They undergo educative, reformative, and skills training for 2 weeks, keeping them off the streets and preventing crime against visitors and tourists. 226 children participated in its first edition.
(Awareness for Children Living in the Calabar Dump Site in partnership with Hope for the Street Kid) This campaign was designed to create awareness of the living conditions, exposure to and participation in crime, and immoral standards of the Street Kids. We successfully created awareness among the Cross River State Government, and the Local and […]
This is a tour designed to take children living in orphanage homes on an excursion to historical places of interest eg. Museum, Slave Trade Harbour, Lord Lugard’s House, Stadium, Free Trade Zone, The Palace of Obong of Calabar, The Millennium Park, Rasio Stations, Navy Base, TV Stations etc on Children’s Day. The children are given […]
This outreach aims to reintegrate children that have left home and live on the streets (Street Kids) with their families and give an orientation of moral living to both the children and their parents. We encourage the promotion and development of skills through training, motivational talks, and empowerment. After reintegration with families, the programme is […]