Recently introduced in South Africa and adapted from a Clinton global initiative. The GGBC has been running in Kenya for past eight years. Targeted at orphans and vulnerable girls between Grade 9 and beyond, providing a pipeline of support throughout secondary school years, including one-to-one mentorship, career guidance, victim empowerment, 21st Century Skills, give back, job shadowing and education support services.
Facilitated by trained out-of-school youth leaders, developed specifically for school going children, include victim/offender mediation, peace-making circles and victim impact panels.
Services provided by either youth workers or trained in-school peer mediators. Skills provided include mediation, peace-making circles and impact circles.
Focusing on peer education, which draws on the credibility that young people can develop with their peers, leverages the power of role modelling and provides flexibility in meeting the diverse needs of today’s youth.

The Time to Learn educator programme empowers school counsellors and educators in understanding and effectively addressing bullying and deviant behaviour within a school setting.
The Buddy/Bullying programme addresses deviant behaviour by addressing the challenges that both children who are being bullied and bullies face. Includes Peer School Mediation.

The programme shows how violence is ingrained in our culture and belief systems and is reflected in many of our daily interactions. Participants learn practical ways to minimise violent behaviour.

Developed specifically for Primary School children to voice emotions, deal with violent pasts and restore themselves in the communities through the projective technique of puppet-making and performing.
Provides a foundation that helps individuals escape from a life of poverty and crime through skills provided in adjustment to adversity, based on Michael Ungar’s “social ecology of resilience theory”.