Our point of focus lies in finding barriers and making interventions for them as follows.
Child Education (Child Protection)
- Physical violence (the majority of young people 6 in 10 females (59%) and 7 in 10 males(68%) experienced physical violence).
- Sexual violence (among 18-24 years of age, 1 in 3 females (35%) and I in 6 males (17%) experience sexual violence).
- Bulling violence (almost every child goes through bullying in school).
- Emotional violence (among 18-24-years of age, 1 in 3 experience some form of emotional or verbal violence).
- Starting and empowering school clubs.
- Empowering scripture unions (preaching against and condemning bullying).
- Negative mind about educating a girl child.
- Early child marriage.
- Early sex indulging among boys.
- Promoting and advocating for: going, retention, and finishing of school by a girl child.
- Educating on the evils of early sexual indulging.
- Educating, sensitizing on the evil effect and illegal effects of child marriages.
- Speaking to parents, teachers students, and the community on sexuality.
- Hardly access even the simple basic needs.
- Walk long distances to schools and reach very tired.
- Go to school on barefoot and empty stomachs.
- Sleep very badly and wake up tired and sleepy in class.
- It forces to child labor
Teenage pregnancies. (Interventions for teenage pregnancies, Fighting Child marriage, Concept of reproductive health, Mindset change).
- Economic strengthening.
- Chicken layering in the Long run(we give each child a local hen and a cock).
- Giving scholastic materials and clothes and other support for a short term(first year only).
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Youth livelihood (community project)
– Mindset change.
– Encouraging skills and talent development.
– Encouraging vocational studies.
Women and single young mother empowerment (livelihood community project)
– Financial empowerment ( women saving, agriculture, crafts & small trade clubs) long term.
– Giving mama kits, clothes to single vulnerable mothers & HIV/Aids infected mothers (short term).
– Nutritional training/studies and growing simple easy vegetables/fruits (for feeding and selling).