Covenant Youth Home is a non-profit charitable organization registered in Uganda, and is affiliated with the King Baudouin Foundation. We are committed to help street children move from a life of despair to one of hope and meaningfulness so that they can grown to become important citizens in society and effectively contribute to the development of their community and nation. We aim to do this through the rescue of street children from the streets, facilitation reunification with their family (when possible), provision of safe housing, nutrition, psychological counseling, medical and legal support, and promotion of education and/or vocational training, and their natural talents.

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Our Programs

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Family Reunification Program

Facilitate a reunion of the boys with their parents or relatives, when possible and safe. If family reunification is not possible, foster adoption options are pursued.

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Counseling Program

Aims to transform the boys from traumatized children to a state of psychological well-being and self-worth through life skills training and psychotherapy.

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Education Program

School fees are paid to enable the boys to return school, and tutorial support is provided at CYH to ensure success at school.

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Trade and Talent Cultivation Program

For boys who are too old to return to school, we help them to acquire trade skills or to cultivate their natural talents that will enable them to provide for their livelihoods. Tradesmen and talent “coaches” are identified in the community who are willing to work with and train the boys.

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Gardening Program

We have begun a kitchen garden based on organic, permaculture principals and the boys have been taught bio-intensive gardening techniques to grow food for use at CYH and to improve their diet.

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