In order to raise awareness among young people regarding their sexual and reproductive health and rights, culturally appropriate Life Skills Based Education is being provided in partner schools. Interested and competent school teachers were selected and trained from each school that have been conducting LSBE sessions with students in grades 8-10 using a whole school approach i.e. reaching all students of target grades. For this purpose, Rutgers WPF has adapted the CD-Rom based World Starts With Me (WSWM) curriculum with the technical support from Rutgers WPF, Netherlands.
The word design has many meanings. Commonly design is understood as a pattern or a composition in a visual form as we see in the design of a book or a garment. It can also acquire a fairly complex structure as seen in the design of a software, bridge or machine. In any form, design can be stated as process of recognising a problem & finding solutions to it. It is a process that is fundamental to any individual & her/his every-day life. Design incorporates our social, cultural, scientific & aesthetic values to create solutions.
Bhumi is one of India’s largest independent youth volunteer non-profit organisations. Our volunteers work amongst orphaned and underprivileged children in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra and New Delhi with the aim of providing children with quality supplementary education and enable them to become responsible and productive citizens of the future. The efforts of our volunteer force consisting of over 500 students and young professionals under the age of 30 benefit over 4,500 children every year.
We are a Foster Care Organization in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India that is sustainable, effective and forward thinking.
Foster Care India has been on the ground in Udaipur Rajasthan since May 2011. We find, license and monitor safe, nurturing homes for abused, abandoned or orphan children. We also increase public awareness about orphaned and vulnerable children's rights by offering volunteer opportunities, producing evidenced based research on people's perceptions of foster care and adoption and involving the local community in Foster Care India's day to day operation.
Changing Children’s Worlds Foundation (CCWF) provides a framework and essential programs to strengthen children, parents, families and communities. The Community/Child Development and Violence Prevention (CCDevVP) framework promotes and establishes international best practice toward children/youth rights to survival, maximum development, health, social services and protection from violence, maltreatment and neglect through capacity development via education, training, social programming and advocacy.
TeenPlus Ghana Foundation is an NGO and human institution which focuses on young people between the ages of twelve and nineteen years and takes them through a mentoring programme. Its aim is that these young people are well informed and have adequate knowledge to start life with by the time they get out of school. It also seeks to ensure that all forms of loneliness, boredom and depression are eliminated.
Dream A Dream is an 12-year old professional organization that is working on empowering children from vulnerable backgrounds by developing life skills and at the same time sensitizing the community through active volunteering leading to a non-discriminatory society where unique differences are appreciated.
Dream A Dream has grown to impact the lives of over 12,000 children in 12 years through the active support of over 2000 volunteers. Dream A Dream is today acknowledged as a professional organization doing
REEP- Ghana is a non-profit project aimed at reducing the rate of school dropout and poverty level among children and young people in the northern region of Ghana.
Initiator to this project, Abukari Abdul-Fatawu, a citizen and a native of Kumbungu district in Northern region, has been working with the local community radio, Simli Radio since 2005.
To create relevant content for radio programs, he visited rural communities of Kumbungu district where he discussed issues affecting community development with the local people.
Inspired by the educational pioneering of Montessori, Brecht and Boal, Julia Damassa considers the traditional school and teacher based system of education in 2012 Britain to be failing the majority of young people, who consequently enter adulthood, adult relationships including parenting, and the world of work ill-epuipped in practical and communication skills, and lacking the ability to adapt or apply knowledge and experience.