To help vulnerable children in an area characterized by cross-border migration between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Association Ubumwe Saint Kisito provides school supplies, uniforms, regular home visits, and income-generating activities including beekeeping to child-headed households and street children. To increase awareness on HIV/AIDS and children's rights, Ubumwe also includes sports and recreation activities in its programs. Association Ubumwe Saint Kisito's 36 members work in Musanze to promote children's wellbeing and ensure respect for children's fundamental rights. The Musanze region has high numbers of street children and child-headed households resulting from cross-border migration of Rwandese and Congolese seeking protection from genocide, war, and civil strife. Firelight funding supports 130 children living in child-headed households with school materials, uniforms, and regular visits by a social worker. This grant also assists Ubumwe Saint Kisito to initiate a self-governing youth beekeepers' association and purchase 30 'modern' beehives to scale up its existing beekeeping project, benefiting 29 child-headed households. To help street children and child-headed households in their area, the Association provides school supplies, uniforms, regular social worker visits, and income-generating activities including beekeeping.