Local Entity : Fort Portal Diocese Synthetic data of the project : Harambee contribution : € 30,015.79 Contribution from local organization (Fort Portal Diocese) : € 3,335.09 Project Duration : 2003-2004 At the end of the period planned for...
Thanks to the contributions collected, since 2002 we have carried out more than 80 projects focused on the education and training of people in over 20 countries of sub-Saharan Africa.
One-year Cooking Course-Baking classes for 40 students enrolled at the Professional Training School for girls “J. Bakhita”
To date, as many as 698 people have benefited from the project supported by Harambee2002 to equip and start up the activities of the J. Bakhita Training School for Girls, in El Obeid, Sudan.
The project’s goal was to contribute to the reduction of poverty by improving the quality of life of as many young people as possible, as being the most vulnerable sector of society.
Life in prison is not pleasant in any part of the world, and in a poor country like Kenya, it can be appalling. Prisoners frequently suffer from apathy, depression and related disorders.
The training courses have prepared girls aged between 14 and 20 for work in the country, in the sewing, nutrition and cookery sectors.
The project aimed to develop manual and technical skills in combination with conventional education.
Development programme for girls and young women through training in agricultural and animal-raising techniques
The project concerned the region of Alepe (50 km from Abidjan), in the villages of Ahotouse, N’zoedji and Kougofou.
Local Entity : ISU Guinea Bissau Synthetic data of the project : Harambee contribution : € 40,000 Contribution from the local entity : € 7.825,00 Project duration : 1 year Implementation of an intensive training programme for 406 teachers,...
The project promoted the creation and support of a “Rural Family School” (Escola Familiar Rural, or EFA). A first school is planned to be built near Messano, and a further three schools will later be set up in areas...
Assistance for the integration of child-soldiers into educational programmes and their placement with families in Freetown, North Province, Bumbuna and Lungi – Sierra Leone
In 1997 the Family Homes Movement opened “St. Michael’s”, a treatment centre set up in an old hotel in Lakka on the west coast of the Freetown peninsula.