REAM Prison Program
Our REAM Prison Program seeks to empower male teens aged 12 – 17 at Kamiti Youth Correctional Training Centre, Kamiti Prison. The program runs from Monday to Friday every week and includes:- restorative justice (mediation, reconciliation and reintegration), skills empowerment, character development, coaching and discipleship, etc. During the program, the boys also receive psychosocial support, job placements and get hands-on experience in their chosen career paths.
We teach the boys employable skills they can use to get jobs or earn income. The boys have been learning computer skills. However, we would like to to teach more skills such as, web design, content creation and photography.
We help the boys heal and reconcile with their families, the police and those they’ve hurt. This involves calling, visits and attending court sessions with the boys whose families fail to turn up.
This will provide transitional housing for boys and at-risk male teens who need more time to reconcile with their families, police officers and the people they’ve wronged and hurt.