We support less priviliged families with moderate housing, food baskets and through activities that provide one off lump sum capital to start off small scale business enterprises like charcoal selling, agriculture, brick making, cookery, tailoring and so on. This aims at income generation and ensures sustainability of financial flow to reduce dependence on small handouts.

We have started to enable single mothers to do farming on YoChild-Africa land. This enables them to work and to provide for their own families. The surplus can be used to sell and generate income for other needs, as contributing to the scholastic materials of their children.