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Frequently Asked Questions
The ministry started in 2007. The SEC registration was completed in 2011.
Yes! We currently maintain a Facebook account which show our activities. Please visit us at ‘GabaysaLandas’
In-house we are taking care of 21 kids and we have 13 scholars (stay-out).
Yes! The kids go to a regular school everyday. They take the tricycle going to and from the school. We hope to do home schooling but it will entail a large cost on the registration and hiring of teachers.
Our GALA kids usually go to school in the morning. When they return, they will either eat lunch of the afternoon snacks. Then they start doing their assignments or review their lessons. If there is still enough time, they can play within the GALA compound. By 7pm, they have their dinner. Light off is at 9pm.
During weekends, they clean the shelter, wash their clothes or attend various church activities. They also regularly attend Sunday Worship Services. A lot of our partners and supporters also come and visit us in the shelter where the kids get to experience
We aim to help our kids until they finish the college education. After they have graduated, we still let them stay in the shelter and assist them in their job application. We provide for their food and transportation allowance and pay for the completion of their employment requirements. When they have already found a job, we still give them allowance for one month or until they are financially capable to stand on their own.
Yes! We would love for you to visit us so that you can encourage the kids also. We can schedule you just message us first on our Facebook page: ‘GabaysaLandas’