SACCA has been running a livelihood program and supporting youth from streets and vulnerable families. Young adults who dropped out of school because of inability to meet the school needs and requirements, and families so that they are able to […]
SACCA has two centres, one for the Boys and one for the Girls. The centres accommodate children and provide all the basic needs(Shelter, Food, Medical care, Education, Recreation and domestic skills) as well as preparing …
SACCA has continued to rehabilitate street children and after thorough rehabilitation, the child is reintegrated back into the family, extended family or foster care family. Rehabilitation is only possible in the residential rehabilitation centres (Approximately, …
SACCA through psycho-social to children and family members, several home visits, it facilitates the mediation of children and families, therefore enabling voluntary reintegration of children into their families, extended families or foster care families
SACCA supports youth from streets in the following areas:
In partnership with Kayonza District, Sacca attended the two days show 22_24 June known as Open days for partners work show or …
Counseling is given to children at SACCA on a case by case basis, there are trained clinical psychologists as part of the staff team, this very important for a child’s mental wellbeing and feeling safe, …
SACCA ASBL (The Streets Ahead Children’s Centre Association) is a local NGO registered in Rwanda which works to protect and rehabilitate children who have been living on the street as well as preventing them from reaching the streets in the first place. SACCA operates in the Eastern Province of Rwanda. Rehabilitation Centres are based in Kabarondo (for boys) and Kayonza (for girls). The Head Office is in Kayonza, and Social Work is coordinated from that office.
SACCA currently looks after 55 children in its centres, and provides assistance and support to a further 310 young people. Since its foundation in 2003 SACCA has reintegrated more than 1000 children with family or community.