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The Street Children Project (SCP) is an initiative of the Catholic Archdiocese of Kumasi. The project was established in 2005 to address the problems of vulnerable young women and children who are displaced and homeless in Kumasi city. The Project is managed by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul, a female religious congregation founded in 1633 for the service of the poor. The project activities are carried out by 12 full time staff members and several volunteers. The services provided to street children and ‘at risk’ youth are: street outreach, counseling and basic education programmes at the Drop-in centre, early childhood care at the Crèche, skills training, formal education and family tracing, mediation, and reintegration.

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​Graduation Time

14 professionally qualified dressmakers ready to start!

The graduation of the third batch of girls at our Vocational Training Centre is coming up on Saturday 13 May 2017.  We congratulate the girls with this huge commitment and succes they have made!

Thank you all for gracing the program!


Young Pioneers Network

On Tuesday 16 May 2017 the 2nd annual Project LEAD will take of at Street Children Project Kumasi, in collaboration with Young Pioneers Network (YPN). YPN will work with 50 children supported by the project and offer workshops and various activities about the importance of leadership.

For more infomation about YPN: check out their website:
Workshop Street Girls AID
Two staff members of SCP attendend a three day workshop in Accra about Autism hosted by Street Girls AID.  


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SCP is passionate about creating a better future for children in street situation and the vulnerable people in Kumasi. Now we are glad to announce that you can help us with supporting children in situation with the fundraising activity. Follow the link below for more information:

Street Children Project
Catholic Archdiocese of Kumasi