If a parent is in jail, the care of their children falls into the hands of the other parents or senior members of the family. The children’s learning and welfare can be easily overlooked in the need to manage housework or childcare. If children are neglected for any period of time, they can easily go astray. Then generations become trapped in the shackles of sin.
The Mentorship Programme is to support the needs of the children of inmates and rehabilitated persons. We will match interviewed voluntary mentors to mentees. Mentors are committed to meet mentees at least once a month after receiving professional trainings. The programme aims to provide a platform for mentors to counsel and support mentees during difficult times by sharing personal experience in social life, relationships and priorities in life, which brings positive effect to their growth.