Below are the narrative and financial reports about the Orphans Foundation Fund Street Children project funded by CORDAID.
Orphans Foundation Fund has made conceptual architectural plans for the Vocational University for orphans and vulnerable children. What we want to build would distinguish itself by it’s name, design, educational training system, equipment, teachers, and international support so that youth may be trained in various trades and make them to become self reliant. We want to make a model for all other VTCs in the country to look up to and follow. You can help make this dream possible, please contact us. Click on the below photos to see the larger photos.
We have completed the surveying and recruitment of street children for the 2nd year of the Orphans Foundation Fund / CORDAID Street Children Project. Word must have gotten around because throngs of young men and women volunteered to participate, and the ones chosen are filled with zeal! Today each young person started their vocational training course. Thirty-one joined the cooking and hotel services course, 16 are studying automotive mechanics, 2 had a spark for welding, and 1 is in the tailoring program.
Today we had a grand ceremony for the 2009 graduates of the Orphans Foundation Fund Street Children Project funded by CORDAID. The Arusha Regional Commissioner, Isidori Leka Shirima, was there to hand out the tools to those who had studied Automotive mechanics as well as the sewing machines to the graduates of the the tailoring course.
Orphans Foundation Fund has successfully completed the first year of the O.F.F. / CORDAID Street Children Project. The street children were surveyed, selected, oriented to the program, giving a new home, educated, trained in vocational skills, and at the end of 2009 they graduated and had hope for the future with their placement in full time work. Here is the report for the first year of this project which was sent to CORAID. CORDAID Annual Narrative Report and the CORDAID Annual Financial Report 2009
The community development Department, donated to the Orphans Foundation Fund CORDAID street children program. The $343 is a donation to help those former street children who have completed the program and have graduated with vocational training in December of 2009. These funds will go to establish the young adults in housing and get a head start for the first few months in their new jobs.Municipal, through