All of our boys between the ages of 6-18 attend local schools.

We also recognize that after school tutoring is key to ensuring that the boys are on the same level with their school peers. Our after school programs vary between one on one tutoring, capacity building, and artistic activities. We also offer English and computer lessons.

Our resource room provides a fun and engaging atmosphere where the children can share knowledge and learn through play. We receive volunteering support through the Peace Corps to strengthen their English language skills and an adjoining library encourages the children to read more. As computer skills are crucial in today’s world, our IT room is well-equipped to allow the boys to excel greatly in other aspects of their learning.


Our proudest moments are when we attend the higher education graduations of boys who were with us from their first days of elementary schooling.

In 2005, Al Aman Fund started a scholarship programme to help the boys of the Mabarrat continue their education; since then, many students have graduated while others are still enrolled in universities, colleges, and vocational schools. We always keep in close contact with all the students throughout their enrollment and work with them after graduation to find a career.