The families of children found on the streets are traced and children are enabled to resettle within their family extended systems. Reintegrating children in families is hardly ever a walk in the park, at times the children are not wanted, period. Other times, the physical conditions in the home are simply not good enough for the child to live under, e.g. there is no mosquito-net, no blankets etc.
However, very simple measures can be taken to prevent the physical conditions of the home to hinder children from resettling. If the child could bring a few items, like a mosquito-net, a blanket, a basin and maybe even a mattress, this would no longer be a problem. It could even reduce the reluctance of the parents and guardians to take the child back.
School going children are placed in schools nearest to their homes. Other children are resettled with vital items like mattresses, blankets, or a goat for an income generation project, depending on the prevailing situation in the home.