We are interested in providing care, health and educational services for every child at OWS, starting from the child protection policy and ethics of social intervention to ensure a caring environment that is foster and safe for him with high quality of service that makes him a person who is confident in himself, believes in his capabilities and enjoys an independent entity, in addition to networking with associations and organizations to activate social work and services specially for the psycho-social support for each child.
We look forward to providing comprehensive care and specialized services for our children to guarantee them a family environment and sound upbringing, implemented by a team of academically, educationally, psychologically and medically qualified workforce to achieve social conditioning .
The Residential Unit at Orphan Welfare Society (OWS) aims to act as a temporary alternative family that ensures a safe environment for our children. It also aims to foster a positive difference in every child to help him become a confident independent human being who believes in his skills and abilities.
We look towards a world that ensures a safe environment where every child will have a fair chance in life.
• Ensure the resident children’s safety and protection on the principles of the Child’s Protection Policy.
• Create a safe psychological environment for the children.
• Promote a positive social environment, principles, and moral values.
• Develop the children’s life skills and independence through a meaningful leisure time program.
• Strengthening the role of the family.
• Ensure a safe residence, proper nutrition and health care.
• Provide clothing and all hygiene necessities.
• Provide academic support.
• Provide individual and group intervention through psychosocial sessions.
• Undertake leisure, arts, cultural and physical activities.
• Organize awareness and social intervention sessions for the children and their families.
Beneficiaries of the Department
The Residential Unit offers its welfare services to about 575 boys and girls aged between 3 and 18 years who are either orphans or come from broken families as well as children with special needs, aged between 6 and 20 years.