Elizabeth Araujo

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Feb 12, 2008 / 0 Comments / in

Use “Common Culture” as the starting point for integrating values and reconstructing the social fabric between the various social sectors, through the reinforcement of youth identities.

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Parenting with Purpose, a program that is designed for men with a focus on abusive men, promotes fairness and equality in relationships.

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Prevention of child labor through education and advocacy at grassroots level coupled with macro-level policy interventions.

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Empowering children and young people from vulnerable backgrounds by developing life skills using sports such as Hockey as an effective medium.

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Using outdoor adventure as a life skills development medium for under-privileged children/youth in partnership with The Adventurers - A wilderness school.

Feb 11, 2008 / 0 Comments / in

Brothers For An New Journey (Comprades Para Un Nuevo Camino) is an ongoing education and support program set in a Supervised Visitation Center to help fathers who have perpetrated family violence accept responsibility for their actions, learn empathy for the child and learn skills and awareness to establish healthier and positive relationships.

Feb 10, 2008 / 0 Comments / in

Addressing the Migrant Children issues at migration place and their native places to restoring educational rights. Make these children to be confidante and brave to become a young citizens of India.

Feb 06, 2008 / 0 Comments / in

Namibian Voices fr Development is a welfare organization dedicated to promote the protection of human rights through civic education, using the Media as our main tool to disseminate information.

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Produce and sell music and films with good quality in order to help helpless people (street children, persons with AIDS).

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The SHARE Project is a community-based intervention that aims to raise awareness, build local capacity and implement social change toward the prevention and mitigation of domestic violence and HIV/AIDS and the promotion of women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights.

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