To date, we have provided direct services to over 6,000 children, youth, and parents. This includes 558 children affected by HIV and AIDS, 55 homeless and abandoned children, and 220 children with special needs. We have also reached many more children and young people through our collaborations with public school systems and other partnership programs, which have extended the benefits to families and children alike.

Since constructing our new premises in 2013, we have accelerated our intake and services, providing care to over 3,000 children at the ECD Centre, including over 400 children with special needs. Our work adopts a human rights advocacy approach, campaigning for the inclusion of children with special needs in school systems and emphasizing the importance of early childhood care and early learning for lifelong success.