Women typically invest a higher proportion of their earnings in their families and communities than men. But they need access to financial capitals and facilities essential to more fully develop their assets, their land and their businesses. Refugee single mothers need a push to be fully business independent to sustain themselves and families. Our target is to support 50 single mothers. So far 7 single mothers have been given their sewing machines. Would you be one of those willing to support this great initiative and join me to address the dependency syndrome that has been used as weapon for decades to oppress women? Will you consider and willing to transform our society for better through women empowerment? Consider donating today as much as you can in order for us to purchase 43 more sewing machine to replace the ones that were sold during lock-down. Donate today by following the link below
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We seek to raise $1,000 to provide sanitizers and emergency food relief to a minimum of 100 homeless, 100 families at risk and 100 single mothers to contribute to build frontiers and avoid the spread of Covid-19.
We believe that women empowerment would give single mothers a voice and a chance to choose who they want to be and what they want to do while reducing poverty, unwanted marriage and exposure to bad men.
Join Us in the fight to avoid the spread of covid-19
Our intervention to provide immediate supplies allows people to stay at home, stay safe, and continue to eat and care for their families during this crisis.
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Because Only Together We Can
Build a World Where All Youth Are Safe, Strong & Valued
Who We Are
Partnering to build a platform where all youth co-create ideas, dream, inspire and change.
We are a youth-led initiative that was formed to bridge the gap between refugee youth and host community youth. It is a Community Innovation initiative that begun in 2015 and gave birth We are a youth-led initiative that was formed to bridge the gap between refugee youth and host community youth. It is a Community Innovation initiative that begun in 2015 and gave birth to OneYouth OneHeart Initiative (OYOH) which comprises of youth from the refugee and host communities that work together jointly to finding innovative solutions to problems faced by refugee youth (as well as nationals).
What We Do
— We Train Youth on innovation using HCD & CCB
We train refugees and host community youth in innovation using Human Centered and Creative Capacity Building approaches to build resilient communities.
— We Build Networks & resilient Communities
We engage with refugee community leaders to jointly resolve internal conflicts. We train community based organizations on capacity building in areas of community leadership and financial literacy.
— We Provide, Co-create and Strengthen
We get involved in restructuring and realigning the refugee youth ideas by offering them technical, experimental support, provide a space and tools to achieve their goal.
— We Educate through school challenges
The school challenge focuses on enhancing the levels of innovations among students through peer-to-peer learning. The students will go through an intense hands-on innovation training to spark their creativity and innovativeness.
— We Enhance livelihood though boot-camps
The youth livelihood innovation boot camp creates a platform that is designed and built by, with and for youth to improve youth social aspects and endorse creativity in youth. The project facilitates a peer to peer learning and support platform for youth.
— We Promote Innovation and Build Capacities
We empower Refugee-Led Organizations in developing innovative solutions to their societal problems. We also helps them to develop business models which enables them to create resources to sustain themselves.
Innovation Training for Sustainable Development
We have trained 360 youth on Human Centered Design, innovation management, Creative Capacity Building and Basic Technological Programming approaches using OYOH designed training curriculum. Refugee youth underwent through the Innovate Project, School Innovation Challenge and the Youth Livelihood Innovation Boot Camp Projects which sparked their creativity. This number is expected to increase in the coming years. Majority of our trainees have formed social enterprises and have managed to add a sustainability element into their lives and organizations.
Access to Timely and Reliable Information
We also highly advocate for the use of information technology. Increasing access to information and communication technology is a high priority of the education strategy and is in strong demand by the refugee population. ICTs will enable refugees to develop skills that are very relevant for living in today’s increasingly technological society. A Great Integreat is mobile-based platform coordinates updated information from all refugee support service providers to inform Persons of Concern on all available services, events and protection information. It was piloted in Germany.