Sisterhood mentoring for 30 girls in St. John


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Elimination Of Abuse

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Elimination of Abuse Since time immemorail, drug and substance abuse has been a major factor that has blocked students from realising their dream. Everyone has had an issue in the alleviating of drugs and substance issue in the society. This has been an issue that has affected alot of societies in the region. An organisation was formed where those suffering from issues of drug related would experience a satisfying and an encouraging procedure.This has been an issue that helped the society from realising issues that has been a true circumstance. Everybody has been minimising the society at large today. It has been a big issue that has left the whole of our society at a large issue. A rehabilitation program had to be created where the victims of drug abuse have been left to offer their bodies. Drugs have been provided to the victims that has to offer. Drugs have been provided to the victims that has to offer. Drugs have been takent to the centres and help make it able for them to access. Read more.
Related to project keywords: substance abuse, related, time, left, program

The Excellent Contribution Of Our Charitable Children Homes

By a male, 31-45 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of THE EXCELLENT CONTRIBUTION OF OUR CHARITABLE CHILDREN HOMES Divine providence children's home has tried to help as many children as possible to find hope in life.Many children that i have seen left hopeless do find a new beginning . This has brought about successful young people going to different schools, training and becoming meaningful people in society. This home has provided an alternative support system to the hopeless and continues to grow on and on. I have continued to witness an exemplary work done in this home as a volunteer children's officer in the government of Kenya and do hope that many such homes could do a transparent and selfless contribution to the nations development like this one. MESHACK SHIKANGA. Read more.
Related to project keywords: life children, support, young, training, homes
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Project Leader

Angela D. Coleman

St. John, Virgin Islands

Where is this project located?

Map of Sisterhood mentoring for 30 girls in St. John