On Tuesday 30th October 2012 the Christadelphian Meal-A-Day Pikin Dem office at Old Signal Hill Road, Congo Cross hosted the monthly meeting of the Western Area Child Protection Committee in Sierra Leone.
meeting was aimed at bringing various stakeholders including officials
of the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs, the
Freetown City Council and other Child Protection Organizations together
to discuss on developmental issues relating to the transformation on the
lives of street children.
Mrs. Nancy King is the Coordinator of the Programme listed
psychosocial counseling, religious and moral education to street kids,
educational and other capacity building support, family tracing and
reunification and alternative care where necessary, medical examination
and treatment for children, monitoring and evaluation of reunified
children in their schools and at home, family mediation and maintenance
of effective and efficient coordination by networking with
other organizations that are implementing child protection programmes
in the country as some of the key activities the Meal-A-Day Pikin Dem
Programme is undertaking.
Read more about it: In Sierra Leone, Child Protection Committee Plans Development