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October 18, 2021
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World Vision aids Street Children

The partners are Eagles NestoWe Care Foundation andthe Four Square Joy Ministry for children.

The Children in Street Situation project supported its partners with materials to empowertheir work in assisting unfortunate children.

The CISS project began in July 2012. It aims to help improverthe behaviour of families and communities, so that children can pursue better opportunities.

CISS identiflied withthe three organizations and put togther resources to boostthe existing work being done.

An emotional Mina Karo, founder of Eagles Nest saidthe support isthe first of its kind given to her establishment.

Four Square Pastor David Kidu leadsthe Joy Ministry for children. He said bringingthe children togther creates an opportunity for them to make friend and understand each ther’s backgrounds.

We Care Foundation was represented by Deborah Opo. We Care targets orphans and single parents who cannot adequately provide for their children.

The CISS Project is a milestone forWorld Vision, who are focused onthe needs of children today.

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