50 extra jongens voor Onesimus

50 extra jongens voor Onesimus
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In response to Covid-19 pandemic, National government, Street Rehabilitation Trust Fund, and Mombasa children department and other stakeholders teamed up together to address the issue of homeless street children in Mombasa and found a committed partner in Onesimus Good News Boys Centre (OGBC) a program of Shoulder should International that focused on rehabilitating street boys. We can report the cooperation lead by the County director children department Mombasa has managed to rescue 51 boys out of the Mombasa street. With our vehicle did transport boys from Mombasa town to OGBC center in Kikambala, which is about 32 Km in the same week. Today the boys are happy in a safe environment, they are no longer homeless they have found a temporary home at OGBC rented facility. Suddenly we realize our family had grown from 21-72 overnight. Some of the new boys are dreaming big, they are imagining a bright future and never want to return into the street again. God gave us the responsibility to make a difference in this boy. The government's confidence and trust in our program are very encouraging. Please join us not only to fight Covid-19, but to fight poverty and homeless among street boys as we start the process of rescue, rehabilitation, reintegration, and resocialization of these boys to their families, relatives, community, and to alternative guardian/family? We believe all things are possible, but we need you to join us in this fight. #onesimusboys #s2skidshomes #streetboys #rehabilitation #streetrehabilitationtrustfund #mombasachildrendepartment #mombasa #covid_19

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