The success of this intervention lies in the story of lives that have been transformed from the destitution of life. Through this initiative, the Trust is rehabilitating some of these children and has relocated at least 11 children from the Streets. The Trust provides food, clothing, education, health care, guidance, counseling, mentoring and other child protective services to the resettled children in various domestic settings
The Trust also organizes periodic Soup Kitchens at the Kuramo Beach and other settlements along the Atlantic. The Soup Kitchen provides an environment for close interaction with street children in order to understand their condition and how we can help.
The mid-term plan is to establish a multi-purpose instructional/recreational facility with focus on holistic human development including character, literacy, creativity and civic responsibility. Street children can go through rehabilitation, integrate into the society, rediscover their role as citizens, explore their creativity and contribute to the task of nation building.