To improve the quality of life for orphans and vulnerable children in a holistic, culturally relevant and sustainable way.
To develop a substantial resource of finance, products and professional skill in the following five streams:
Sustainable Development – Helping partner projects, communities, families or individuals become as self-sufficient as possible.
Education – Ensuring children have access to quality education.
Health Care – Ensuring children have access to quality health care.
Poverty Relief – Providing basic services for communities, families or individuals who are in crisis, ensuring they have access to clean water, quality nutrition and appropriate sanitation provision.
Spiritual and Psychosocial – Working with churches and support groups to deliver a quality response to the multitude of unseen human needs both through direct care and training.
We are delivering our objectives primarily through working closely with key partner organisations.
Where there are gaps in the care structure, we will proactively implement new and relevant initiatives.
In areas where orphans are naturally absorbed into extended families our strategy is to view the community as the orphanage.
In cultures and communities where families cannot or do not look after orphans, we will support and if necessary develop quality orphanages that provide a high standard of care.
We will raise awareness, advocate for and release the appropriate skills and resources into situations where we encounter vulnerable children, this includes orphans and those living in extreme poverty.
Where children are orphaned through a sudden disaster, natural or manmade, we will do all we can to ensure these children are identified, supported and connected to a safe and loving care structure.
Even on their own wedding day this couple were thinking of others. We are so encouraged to have such amazing supporters whose giving helps us to keep children safe, warm, healthy and learning.read full news article
Critical Care Unit in Ghana
A wonderful update from our Project Co-ordinator, Ann Carpenter. Read her personal account here.read full news article