Concerning education, the main activity is the vocational training of vulnerable migrants on skills and trades for immediate job acquisition and income generation. We also engage in primary, secondary and higher school support programs for migrant children. At the same time, being a ‘grassroots’ organization, we effectively undertake research, and collect information at the base that is difficult for major organizations and governments to have as regards the gender of the thousands of migrants, their nationalities, effect of their migration, needs, age, their particular story, civil status etc. This enables us to have firsthand information of their needs and the effect on their migration, in order to formulate better policies and projects for enhanced service delivery and much easier integration into their immediate community.