What We Do
1.Bring together and facilitate the registration of verifiable orphanages in each country;
2. Help orphanages adhere to proper standards of care, as authorized by each country’s relevant regulations by instituting training programs for orphanages to increase their knowledge and skills regarding
3.Promote latest advances in caring for children, disabled persons and the elderly;
4.Educate providers on how National regulations, laws and policies effect orphanages in areas including: Child Protection and Child Rights; etc.
We Are Facilitators
We bring together all the operatives involved: orphanages, governmental and non-governmental agencies, ministries, etc., in educational and supportive programs that will improve outcomes for the vulnerable populations being served, including:
. Social and Protective services,
. Health and Nutritional support programs,
. Access to Lifelong Education,
. Vocational training,
. Employment and Employability programs,
. Orphanage Sustainability through: Technologies,Farming, and Business Enterprise.
Participants in Future Planning
We will create awareness of the real needs of orphanages, as a distinct subset of the general population, with it’s own set of needs, to be integrated into all governmental planning activities that will impact them.
We will participate in educational conferences, conventions, congresses, etc., that reflect on those outcomes.
Advocate for the Children
We recognize the priority to reunite families that have become separated.
However, as professional Orphanages, we will impartially determine whether each individual family-based (kinship) option is actually in the best interest of each child, on a case-by-case basis.
If it is determined that the kinship option is viable, then the Orphanage will encourage the use of counseling to the prospective family unit to help integrate the child.
Alternatively, when there are no realistic options at hand, the orphanage will recommend that the child be retained by his/her acting orphanage “family.”