The Shelter aims to provide for the needs of migrants by offering them accommodation, nutritious meals, clothes, access to health facilities including psychological, education for the children, legal assistance, guidance and support and other needs as and when they arise.
Mother Assunta Baby room
To provide a save, secure and educational environment for infants and toddlers aged 0 to 3 years based on Early Childwood development Programme
Lovely Bears Creche
To provide a safe, secure and educational environment for children aged 3 to 6 years based on the Early Child Development Programme.
After School Support
To assist children living in-house and in the community with reading, writing and mathematics
Art and Drama
The creative process of participating in art is used to improve the children's physical, mental and emotional well-being, applying drama to promote their own creativity
The Shelter works with the residents to reduce their vulnerabilities as women and refugees through different training workshops. Women are increasingly significant as international migrants, and it is now evident that the complex relationship between migration and human development operates in gender differentiated ways. However, because migration policy has typically been gender-blind, actions with an explicit gender perspective are necessary. The project aims to facilitate the integration process into the local communities and gain an economic foothold so they can be independent and support their own families.