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Mineke Foundation - Liberia - Monrovia - Dabwe Town

More information on current status Mineke Foundation – Supporting Liberia

2020 was een dramatisch jaar voor Mineke Foundation. Covid-19 heeft ons, net als velen anderen, hard geraakt. De Liberiaanse economie stond er al zeer slecht voor. Covid-19 heeft de situatie nog verder verslechterd. De Liberiaanse overheid sloot de grenzen en kondigde een lockdown af. Dit resulteerde in schaarste van allerlei producten, stijgende prijzen, het verlies van banen en van inkomen, kortom een grote economische malaise.


Meer lezen :  Jaarverslag-2020-Mineke-Foundation.pdf (minekefoundation.org)


If you are interested in reports 2016 - 2019 see:   Jaarverslagen – Mineke Foundation


The Dabwe Town Team 2019
Poduce from Foundation 2019

Joanne Noordink Foundation

Joanne Noordink Foundation. General information.


Joanne’s work focused our work on the support of children and our project was called “Joanne’s Children in Uganda”. However, as we extended our activities in the course of the years, we discovered that we needed a more formal basis for our activities, resulting in the Joanne Foundation.


The way the Joanne Foundation operates is characterized by keywords like: small, controllable, communicative, honest, reliable and transparent.


Our main objective is taking care of the children included in our program and to pay their tuition until the moment they have obtained a vocational certificate. This will enable them to find a job and become self-reliant. The foundation does not want the children to become dependent on its help, we support them until they are able to take care of themselves.


For more information consult the following link (www.joannefoundation.nl) or Newsflashes - Joanne Foundation


Young Achievers - Namibia

Latest Feedback from the Young Achievers in Windhuk, Namibia


Young Achievers
 
Young Achievers is a group of young people that strives to inspire and motivate young people from Katutura to have a sense of vision and a mission in their lives. The group meets every Saturday afternoon to discuss on issues and matter facing the young people. The young achievers have more than 60 members and have expanded to other regions with branches in Tsumeb, Rundu, Walvisbay, Gabriel Tapoopi and Eloolo. Over the Years the Young Achievers has recorded a number of success which includes, Taking young people on educational tours, Outreach projects in the community, volunteering, members speaking on television and international platforms and so many other success stories.

The objectives of Young Achievers are:

  1. To provide young people with a vision or a sense of mission in life.
  2. To inspire and motivate young people to become responsible citizens, both locally,  regionally and globally.
  3. To support young people in their personal growth in positive directions.

The aims of forming this group are:

  • To strive that 100% of the youth that go through the programme make it to the university.
  • To involve communities and the country in the betterment of Namibian youth.
  • To involve young people in the design, implementation and deliverance of programs and services.
  • To create youth clubs around the city and offer safe, diverse, culturally enriching and intellectually stimulating after school activities.

Our program is dedicated to the task of increasing the academic achievement, as well decolonizing the minds of Namibian youth by developing their mental, social, artistic and life skills. Our motto is: Education, Self-reliance and Development.

We meet on a weekly basis (Saturdays 13-16h00) at the Windhoek  Multi Purpose Youth Resource Center  on Leonard Auala Street (on the premises of the Independence Arena) in Katutura, Windhoek .

Our efforts reflect a learner-centered approach and all activities are designed to directly and indirectly enhance the youth with information, social skills and empowered self-esteem.

  
The Young Achievers are being supported by a group of adults, acting as coordinators. These coordinators, originating from the same suburb, did experience by themselves the difficulty to achieve something from this background. The Co ordinators serves as a role model to the young people and assist in making sure that things are running smoothly with the organization.

Achievers United supports the project Young Achievers Namibia. Our contacts to Young Achievers Namibia are Ferdinand and Pandu Hailonga-van Dijk.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Young-Achievers-Empowerment-Project/221406961228848?ref=hl



Young Achievers Documentary - featuring Pandu Hailonga

https://youtu.be/2lGqVbIndQs