It always seems impossible until it is done.
To support and empower orphans or children in exceptional need and their families in making their own living. AOF respondents identified economic opportunity and employment as important factors to improving access to quality of life. We want to remove the barriers that prohibit their equal participation in economic development. Involvement in economic development means much more than gaining access to income: it also has a very positive impact on social inclusion. When orphans or children in exceptional need and their families are able to generate their own income, their status in the household and the community improves and their self-esteem and empowerment get a natural boost.
i) Supporting young people without parental care in developing the skills and self-confidence;
ii) Preparing orphans or children in exceptional need for independence;
iii) Supporting orphans or children in exceptional need to enter the job market, gain decent work and transition to a self-sufficient life as an adult.
iv) Connecting orphans or children in exceptional need and their families not only with initial jobs but with career paths, career development, and entrepreneurial opportunities
v) Help the guardians of orphaned children and children in need access vocational training, so they can find decent work and give orphaned children a brighter future.
More than 250 children participated in seminars by the theme «Career Path and Psychology of Work» and «Ecology».