Category Archives: OGBC

All S2S projects in Kenya have recorded their own version of the Jerusalema song. The result looks very nice!

Last week Anne from Circus Hannes visited both OGBC as the kids of DCC. See the insta posts for more fun pictures.

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Last weekend Onesimus Good news Boys center received three visitors from Tamarind Villages Mombasa. Mrs. Janet and her Lead Team advised the boys on different topics. It was such a blessed time and we thank you for coming!

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Today, august 22nd is an important day. The first seminar on parenting skills. Rehabilitation is only done with the boys, but the problems often originate from the situation at home. The officials from Kenya are enthusiastic about our approach and will come over from Nairobi to open the seminar.

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Our new boys in Onesimus have been going through some rehabilitation after that it’s our aim to reintegrate them back to their family. Here are some pictures of some boys who are successful reunited with their family. As S2S we keep in touch with the family. We are very proud of our social workers who do an amazing job. A family setting is still the best for any child to grow up in.

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Our new Onesimus boys have been training a lot as a team. Look at how well they can do some acrobatics!

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One of the new boys whom was taken from the streets, is sharing his gratitude! We are grateful to help boys like him, helping and leading them to a better future!

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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.

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Last Saturday the boys from Onesimus were taken on safari by the UK team! They had the best day! Thank you so much!

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