Thank you for your continued support. Your support has made it possible for us to equip the Nazareth Home and Thanan Ng in Manila with computers. We have also provided laptops to the ALS project in Boracay as well as funding the monthly Wifi costs.
We are teaching weekly at the homes weekly Digital Citizenship lessons by Common Sense Media. Volunteers from the USA, Japan, and the Philippines have teamed up to make this happen.
We are in talks with a local foundation to create a project called IT on Wheels where we look to fit out a bus with monitors, a keyboard, stools, and a large screen monitor to drive out into the province to teach coding and Digital Citizenship principles.
We are also collaborating with our team on the ground who are teaching Filipina nurses to pass the Japanese Nurse Examination as we recruit Ambassadors in Japan who have aged out of the orphanages to be Japanese language conversationalists.
All of these efforts are to help YouMeWe in our efforts to be a Social Impact Organization. With more people over the age of 65 per capita in the world, all the more reason we should be looking for more nurses globally. The current demand is close to 1,000,000.
This is in addition to the fact that there are many multicultural children living in the orphanages and by holding international sessions, they are able to realize they are double the culture and double the person.
These efforts are leading YouMeWe and its Empower Village which is focused on recruitment services to create a sustainable income flow for the NPO to continue its work.
Please help us to raise additional funds by sharing our project with your network as we have a chance to grow the contributions through the week of April 3rd.
Thank you and will keep you posted.
IT on Wheels