Serving Children in Poverty

In life, although we start at different starting point, each child should have an equal opportunity to develop one’s potential no matter how rich or poor his or her family is.

BGCA continues to apply the “Asset Building” model, to optimize and consolidate the internal and external assets of children from poor families. “Human capital” of internal asset include physical and psychological abilities, such as health, self-esteem, positive emotions, and learning abilities. Aside from accumulating money, “financial capital” also include financial management knowledge and career planning skills.

External assets mainly include “social capital”, including social and community mutual support networks. At the same time, children’s ability and potential in various aspects are enhanced through strengthening the family function and relationships with teachers and friends. With individual-based development, we help children find their own paths in life.

Last updated on: 31-10-2018