Children represent the future of a country. They represent hope, new dawn and are a promises of a better day. When children are exposed to war, crisis, and abuses; they cease to be children and they become adult but still in a child’s stage. The society challenges them to be adult at a tender age. What happens to abused, traumatized children after the war and crisis? How do these children come out of their uncertainties? Do they ever return to being dependent to the community or do they become hostile to the same community which deprived them of their childhood? How prepared is the society in rebuilding the forced adults? Empowering these children academically will deal with rehabilitating them. Demobilizing and reintegrating the children to their duties as children and a dependent for the community is the duty of all in the society at large.