To improve and bring socio-economic change to vulnerable people through education of children, and building intellectual capacity and securing access to the best academic canters on an international level for all vulnerable young people. Providing scholastic materials like school uniforms, books to the orphans and poor youth in order to have a better future.
Fight against global poverty and health improvement by provision of basic needs (health canters, shelters for all, and access to clean water, sanitation and training people how to manage their small businesses.)
Establishing technical and vocational institutes with the aim of educating needy people and youth in different intellectual skills like construction of houses, architecture, art crafts, modelling and designing, catering (home economics), hair dressing, mechanical engineering, home management and tailoring: enabling them gain self -independence . Being able to read and write is one of the most effective tools to empowerment and overcoming poverty. Not only are jobs more available, those who are literate will lead more enriched lives. Not being able to read and write almost guarantees poverty in less developed countries.
Prevention of child labour due parental illiteracy, social apathy, ignorance, lack of education and exposure, exploitation of cheap and unorganized labour. The family practice to inculcate traditional skills in children also pulls little ones inexorably in the trap of child labour, as they never get the opportunity to learn anything else; thus the need to put up schools or private institutions to eradicate the problem of child labour.
Reduce the percentage of illiteracy and teenage pregnancies by provision of information about sexuality, family planning; educate a girl and counselling programs for the youth
To improve and maintain sustainable skills and tools to families to achieve self-sufficiency through housing programs, youth and womenâ€™s groups, counselling, agriculture programs, school supplies, and career coaching that will change the familyâ€™s stand of living and economic level.
Constructing of houses for sale, for orphans, poor people and project volunteers.
Health canters: as health is one of main concerns, we plan to build health canters focused on scientific research, family planning, treatment, maternity services, HIV research and counselling services. We work with doctors and still need volunteers to carry out do to door, village to village counselling. We talk to sick people about their disabilities, especially those with incurable diseases and asses how we can help them. Some of these people are discriminated by family and village members, being taken as cursed people. So we counsel, help and shelter them. Fight such negative stigmas and thinking due to illiteracy and ignorance is still a hard job but our reconciliation measure between families and the sick (HIV affected people) has facilitated our work.
Information on HIV Aids is crucial in countryâ€™s development and itâ€™s a big obstacle in social development: in this case there is great need to construct well-equipped clinics to treat research and educate women and young people on issues of HIV awareness and preventives measures in which the most victims are women without work and young people at large.
Farming, (cattle and goat raring, poultry, coffee and maize growing and provision of farm land which needs money to buy. Once there is enough space of fertile land to carry out these projects, we would have the possibility to sell our products and to improve on social and health needs like clinics and schools.
Preservation of our environment by educating people about the dangers of pollution to our health, mobilising people to adopt good farming methods, planting trees etc.
Construct a third workshop where we are going to be presenting various activities and programs like interior design, catering, weeding decoration, African culture, art skills and design and computing classrooms to facilitate communication between project members.