Transforming lives

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Our work

We are committed to reuniting street kids with their families and empowering their parents.

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Our Impact

We are driven with the spirit of improving the lives of children with diverse vulnerabilities.


Former street kids Were reunited with families.


Former street kids Were returned to school.


Parents of former street kids were empowered with relevant life skills


Individuals were helped with health insurance

what we do

Our programs

Identification and Preliminary Rehabilitation of Former Street Children

We get to know street children personally to assist them. We collaborate with local leaders to identify them. Weekly, we conduct sessions to better understand their lives.

Reunification of Former Street Kids Into Their Families and Community

We reunite former street kids with their families or create foster families when needed. 

Before  reintegration, we ensure that the parents and children on both sides are ready to live together.

Social workers continue monthly follow-ups to ensure safety and provide supplemental support.


We prepare the children in our organization to go back to school by refreshing them with basics in their grade levels and providing life skills over the weekends and holidays. All registered kids are enrolled in schools based on age and prior education. Technical schools may be chosen. Our org finds sponsors for street kids to stay in school and support us.

Life Skills

We empower parents of former street children by providing relevant skills for self-reliance. We recognize that empowering parents is key to keeping children off the streets. We improve the socio-economic status of women and men by providing life skills training.

Partnerships and Memberships

Stories & Testimonies


Sandrine Ingabire is another former street child supported by our Organization, she doesn’t know her age being that her mother left her as she was…


My name is  Niyigena Diane, a female aged 15 years old. I stay in the Batsinda center in Kigali city. I am a born from…


This is a story of one parent called Mujyirwanake Sorina. She is married  with 6 children. Before Empower The Future found her at home, she…