Giving hope 

OUR PROGRAM

 

GIVING HOPE provides highly specialized, high quality services to the children of families in transition especially low income single-parent families who are at greater risk than children in other types of families even when they have the same abilities. Our objective is to support the emotional, social and physical development of single parents so that they can achieve their dreams of either going back to school, finding a job and staying employed.

 

Effective parenting support services: Our early childhood program is more than a babysitting service. We provide high quality early childhood experience that helps them develop hopeful and positive visions for their futures.

 

Family intervention programs: We help single-parents address their challenges of going back to school or finding a job by connecting them to resources in the community.

 

Youth mentoring programs: We believe thatthat the proper and complete development of a child is beyond the classroom. We shall evolve a multi-dimensional approach to education which includes after school programs that helps to develop special skills and talents necessary for the modern day challenges.Our goal is to be a global technical reference for active, cooperative and personalized learning. By providing sound mentoring and organizing well-structured activities, we desire to drive large scale social change amongst the children. We achieve this by promoting homework help, arts and crafts lessons, table games, gym or playground time, weekly activities in music or dance, cultural awareness activities and field trips.

 

To achieve the above objectives, our strategic priority is to:

 

  1. Provide support and technical assistance

  2. Community corrections

  3. Research and Evaluation

  4. Strategic partnership

 

Our approach will focus on

 

  • The design and implementation of innovative education projects to improve the quality of education understood not only in terms of academic improvement, but also in terms of self-esteem, democratic behaviours, peaceful co-existence and the ability to work collaboratively in groups.

  • Mentoring and follow up with children after school.

  • Teaching guides that are consistent with co-operative, participatory and personalized training approaches.