Banati Foundation, officially known as “Abnaa ElGhad” Foundation, is an Egyptian local organization with registration number 615/2012. Established in 2010, Banati has been consistently working on the protection of children at risk, children in streets situations, and children deprived from family care. Those marginalized children experience a hard-daily life on the streets. Being abandoned by their caretakers and, in many cases, exposed to emotional, physical, and sexual abuse, Banati provides children in street situations with various types of support and protection.
Banati is an Egyptian Foundation seeking to be a center of excellence in rehabilitation and research serving girls who are on the street or girls who are at risk of being in street situations by developing a unique social and psychological rehabilitation program and providing education, safety and equal opportunity through advocacy, capacity building and the development of guidelines.
Providing a second chance to children at risk and empowering them to overcome their dismal psychosocial conditions to become effective citizens. This is done through a comprehensive rehabilitation program at Banati Foundation, revised regularly to be on par with international care standards to render the foundation a center of excellence emulated by those working in the field in Egypt and the Middle East.
Have a look at our 2018-2023 strategy to find out how we are translating our vision and mission into action.