192 underprivileged rural orphans will be able to attend Self-Sufficiency Program (SSP)-computer skills and English language skills-a gift for Lives with a brighter future. Your gift will be used for hiring 4 former OCTO Orphanage's residents with first hands experiences; 4 professional instructors; school supplies (computers, white boards, projectors, utility bills, books, copy machines, job site visits, job searches & job trainings, etc.) and health insurance for all 192 in OCTO Orphanage.
We've got calls for new orphans, often with heart-felt to deny their admissions-budget shortage. At our center, a few orphans have either fathers or mothers alive-either terminally ills or social Dilemmas, etc., the rest, both parents died. Some admitted into center age 3-month old. Your gifts will make these children grow up healthy. Many former centers' residents returned to center-no jobs, no skills and no place to live.
Upon completion of SSP program (10 months period), 192 rural students will receive a gift for lives. They'll be able find skilled jobs with good pays and live their lives independently. Your gift will enable us to do job search and job interview training and follow-up, after their hiring. Starting June, 2014 6:30 pm, MFAA "Yak Sva: The Living Arts Mission" in partnership with Faculty of Music host fundraiser, "The Arts for Humanitarian Foundation" a dedicated support "Self-Sufficiency Program.
Role Model: With new SSP program has strong potential impact on rural orphans & underprivileged children as a whole. Their vocational training will offer them new hopes for life skills. Upon their completions, they'll be able find skilled jobs with good pays and live their lives independently. We'll hire former center's residents to under this project will set a role model development for the rest-Set a Role Model.