David Musa, the CRC's Transition Coaching and Mentoring Senior Consultant, visited Mustard Seed and Children of the Nations, two orphanages that sent representatives to the CRC's 2Day Workshop on family reintegration, to continue the mentoring process begun at the workshop. The workshop welcomed 50 practitioners and government leaders to learn how to move orphaned and abandoned children out of institutions and place them back into families, and help those families become stable and self-sufficient. David will continue to work with these institutions to mentor them through the process of transitioning to family care.
David also recently held a meeting with two Kenema-based organizations, Grace Foundation and Every Child Empowerment Forum, that are exploring the transition to family-based care. The organizations revealed that Kenema has the highest number of street kids in the province, according to statistics, and many of them have families, but the lack of basic home and educational support drags children to the streets. The organizations are very interested in reintegrating children to their homes and families.
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