Education is a basic human right, However, there still underprivileged children living in extreme poverty are not attending school. We focus on strengthening the conditions of school properties, identifie the community need and provide a balanced benefit to many young people to benefit from a better system of education. We seek and identify appropriate partners to the implementation of projects related to education.
We strongly believe that education is a key of success and development in life. Therefore, we support children and youth in accessing likely education in order to build a better future for them. We provide assistance with school fees and materials, such as computers, books, school uniforms and stationery to ensure the effectiveness of their learning.
Mine risk Education
After the post conflict period. antipersonnel mines can still make victims, Obstruct agriculture activities and also affect the natural environment. The populations living in those areas are the most affected as they main activity is agriculture.
Therefore we educate the population on the landmines areas to prevent the risk and keep them safe until the demining of the area.
We provide the population with the basic knowledge on how to perform CPR and provide first aid.
We advocates for war victims by getting their voice heard and mostly raising the awareness of states to create programs and policy which will profit to victims, also raising awareness within the general public about the need to avoid stereotypes about persons with disabilities and encourage them to provide the best support and care to disabled in regard to their physical, mental and or living condition.
As part of our mission, we are committed to contributing to the implementation of Pillars of Victims Assistance such as emergency, continuity of health care; physical rehabilitation; psychological and psycho-social support; economic inclusion in all areas of victims live, including rural and remote areas in order for victims as well as their families and communities become sustainable enough even after we left them