Key Programs

 

The foundation has four (4) main programs focused on empowering vulnerable orphaned children, families headed by fragile and poor grandparents, and providing a platform for active participation of young people in the development of Africa.

Child Sponsorship

The foundation provides direct support to disadvantaged children, particularly orphaned children who lost their parents to HIV/AIDS or whose parents were either abducted or killed by the Lord Resistance Army led by Joseph Kony.

 

Our support ranges from helping a child stay in school through child sponsorship, providing psychosocial support to children exposed to traumatic events, provision of scholastic materials, providing access to medical services and ensuring children do not go hungry.

 

 

 

 

All Colour Cafe

Provision of psycho-social support to young people struggling with social problems within a culturally appropriate safe space at the drop-in Cafe.

 

At the Cafe, young people will be matched with our Guardian Angel Mentors and Motivators (GAMAMS) who will be able to counsel and support them according to their individual or group needs.

Family Support

 

The foundation also support child-headed families and families headed by fragile and poor grandparents. Our mission is to ensure a decent living and family environment for children through our Guardian Angel Mentors and Motivators(GAMAM) based within the communities, in schools and health centres.

We identify and train GAMAMs within communities where children supported by the foundation lives to ensure help and support is available and accessible to families when necessary.

 


 
Youth Participation

The foundation seeks to build partnership between young people in the diaspora and those in Africa in shaping Africa`s leadership and governance.

 

One of our mission is to foster engagement and participation through trainings, mentorship, petitions and through submissions to Africa`s head of states at the OAU gatherings and through other regional and international platforms.