Anyone can make a difference in the life of a helpless orphan, slum or street child. We believe that the young people of Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos & Kenya have the ability to change their own lives for the better, and it is our role to develop this process.
Bad Boy Turned Good believes in impacting those within their own communities because each and every one of them has the potential to transform their own community from the inside out.
Beans, Rice, Jesus Christ
More Than Just A Meal – Meals That Matter. Hunger knows no boundaries. From setting up street kitchens in the middle of a Nairobi Slum or in the middle of a Cambodian jungle or a mountain village in Laos, we believe no one should get sick of cooking a meal for an orphan, slum / street child
Street Smart Sisters
A teenage girl willingly makes a commitment for 3 months (on a renewable basis) to refrain from prostitution and drug use, become ambassadors for Street Smart Sisters, and educate their friends and family on the effects of prostitution and drug use Since the launch of the programme attendance has increased by 80% where organisation is through these teenage girls. Most of these new girls coming to the programme are either prostitutes or on drugs, are now success stories of those who have managed to transform their lives.
During our weekly meetings they get to share how their week was, the success and challenges faced during the week and how they overcame them.
Born For Greatness
This is a weekly club that brings street kids and orphans between 6 to 12 years old together for mentoring, artwork, natural talents development and support. This keeps them away from street life and drug abuse. Born For Greatness Project was born out of this effort.
Through BFG Club we stay in touch with at-risk youth and are able to track the progress children are making and the impact we are having in their lives. We conduct anywhere home visits every month with the children involved in the club and encourage them to remain in school by providing things like writing supplies, fees and uniforms.
We give them hope for the future.
I believe in edifying those within their own communities because each and every one of them has the potential to transform their own community from the inside out. When they take ownership, changes last and even multiples. Let us empower them into solving their own community problems. Let them be the ones who choose which community issues they want to work on. Those they help will become helpers themselves. Will you join me into developing such programmes in Myanmar Kenya, Cambodia & Laos