In cooperation with the relevant government authorities, partners and well-wishers; seeks to identify abandoned babies and bring them into residential care program in order to provide them with a compassionate remedy to their spiritual, physical, emotional, economical and sociological needs.
Baby Life Rescue Centre Trust is a residential facility, with a call to provide a compassionate Christian response to: Abandoned and vulnerable babies by providing them with medical and health welfare generally and specifically. For the babies in residential care, Baby Life Rescue Centre Trust will aim at introducing them to suitable families for fostering and subsequently adoption through Registered Adoption Societies.
Integrity: To be truthful, honest and fair in our conduct.
Diligence: Endeavour to be thorough and give attention to details in all our work.
Fidelity: To uphold faithfulness, trustworthiness, and reliability in all our dealings with others.
Excellent: To consistently strive for quality in the way we conduct our work.
Child abuse, neglect and abandonment still remain a high level concern in sub-Saharan Africa. It continues to disproportionately affect babies in society, with new born babies being abandoned daily in places like Hospitals, road sides, with strangers among many other places. With this problem on the increase, available government institutions that care and protect children are not able to cope with the plight of the abandoned and abused children.
It was with this in mind that the Baby life Rescue Centre Trust was established in 2010 and later was registered as charitable children institution (CCI). The main aim of the centre is to fill in and support other existing institutions that provide care and protection to abandoned babies hence relieving the problem, and also to support and provide a home, care and protection to the babies abandoned from birth till 2 years and to identify suitable parents to provide a home to the babies through adoption.
peter & selpher mutua: FOUNDERS / directors blrct
Peter and Selpher served as leaders in a worldwide Christian organization called Youth With A Mission (YWAM) before God giving them a new passion to serve and care for babies in crisis.
Later they Joined New Life Home Trust, as administrators and house parents caring for abandoned babies. They felt their heart's desires had been fulfilled.
With a wide consultation together with help of friends and well-wishers, In May 2010 Peter and Selpher founded Baby Life Rescue Centre Trust to be a home of abandoned babies.
Peter and Selpher have four grown children, two are biological and two are special that they have adopted.
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Our program takes care of all their needs in a very direct way: housing, clothes, staffing, food, books, health care and education