NAG is touched by the plight of many refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) throughout the East African region. Through partnership with communities, NAG has ensured that vulnerable children of refugees and IDPs have access to basic services including security, education, health care and decent accommodation in secure environment – among host communities. This model has been specifically developed to ensure that these children are taken care of as if they were in their homes through are foster care system. This foster care system was started by NAG in 2016 and currently supports over 20 children mainly from the refugee camps in Northern Uganda for the South Sudanese refugees. All of them have been placed in foster homes and they all attend school in the community schools that they are placed into.