Director’s Blog: Turning words into action

I was in a meeting that focused on an application for a government grant. Grant applications can be complicated and time consuming. We spent most of our time on the “Logic Model,” which includes ultimate outcomes, intermediate outcomes, outputs and activities. I understand the reason why donors, especially government organizations, require organizations to go through …

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Education

According to UNICEF, most orphans and vulnerable children have their education interrupted due to life circumstances. We respond to these critical issues by providing free education from preschool to grade 12. The schools also provide the opportunity to be involved in sports, music and other extra-curricular activities providing a well-rounded education for the students. Attending school …

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Nutrition

According to a UNICEF study on nutrition, households affected by HIV/AIDS experience a drop in food consumption, which puts children (orphans in particular) at a higher risk of malnutrition. Additionally, a 2013 study found the introduction of school feeding programs resulted in an increase of annual attendance from 69% to 98%. Through our feeding programs we offer nutrition daily. Through this program, …

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