” The boys home in Cape Town, South Africa was originally designed to house young boys who did not have a place to call home nor parental guidance within their lives. These young men who live in these homes either have fathers that are in jail or worse; dead. Therefore, social workers would find it fitting to place them in a home such as this one here. This specific boys home is more than just a homeless shelter, with the revenue they generate themselves from their coffee shop to their own clothing brand; they provide schooling, training and specialization in certain fields of interest. For example, there was a young boy by the name of Marvin who’s father passed which eventually led to him being placed in the home. Because of the boys home they got Marvin out of the streets and put him through school and eventually college, he specializes in social work studies due to his experiences and upbringing at this home. The men of AAMRI came to this specific boys home to better understand the way this home symbolized more than just an orphanage, rather it is strong pillar within their community. We all took something very important from what we witnessed here and immediately started scheming on how we could bring an idea such as this back to our own communities.