- A way of guarding new children from street life, from abuse, from danger and bringing them to a healthy life, having a secure life, having a loving community, and accommodation and shelter and protecting from danger
- SACCA does regular street visits around markets and meetings to find children on the street. Assessing if they can undertake rapid reintegration or can be taken back to the center to begin reintegration process
- Outreach works with local leaders, to help them with cases and find solutions and give advice. They attend community meetings, and speech are given the role of SACCA and awareness of children, the responsibility of guardians to children, the importance of taking them to schools and feeding them, community effort to not allow children to get on the street, and take care of the children as they are Rwanda’s future.
- SACCA helps children to get identification cards as part of the law at 16. They also advocate with local leaders on issues on behalf of the child. They also work with the police and authorities closely following up cases of sexual abuse and as well taking children to the hospital
Working closely with the national commission for children a government body, SACCA gets children from national rehabilitation services (NIRS) some of SACCA’s partners