Human rights

Basket of Hope Charity organization for children and women in Liberia
Address: Mandingo Quarter, Opposite Macenta Parking Magnet Street,
Voinjama, Lofa
Liberia
Telephone (include county code and area code): 0777531644
Fax (include country code and area code): Liberia
Level of Activity: Local
Year Founded: 2014

GOAL -VALUE

The goal-values are true to the spirit of the organization and persistent reminder of how we will continuously improve the values of Basket of Hope-Liberia which include as follows:R– Respect for human rights and the rule of lawE–Enterprising Work EthicsS–Service ExcellenceP–Passion and ProfessionalismE–Ethical Behavior, Integrity and Transparency C–Continuous Growth and Improvement in AccountabilityT–Teamwork and Partnership
additionally, these values, this organization is dedicated to documenting testimonials from clients, or donors who we have implemented project/s or provided service for. Each testimonial is linked to the organization’s goals-values and the partner/s will provide us with evidence that we are moving in the right direction with a value of transparency and accountability as a feedback. (positive & Negative that we can build on for the future.

Goals:
Our aims are to promote, protect and support human rights and dignity for all vulnerable Ebola orphan, HIV AIDs victims, Streets children, Ebola widows, Girls Children and our community at large. We will oppose violence, hatred, prejudice, discrimination and all forms of divisiveness among us as citizens of Liberia and the world at large. Vision:
Basket of Hope Liberia vision is to see the betterment of girls, women and children in society and to empower adolescent girls, Orphan, widow, create more awareness to stop domestic violence against women & Children, support street children and fight to End Child Marriage in Liberia.
Mission Statement:
Basket of Hope Liberia mission is to promote and protect women, children and stop all form of violence against women and children, most especially Ending Child Marriage. We will keep promoting transparency, Accountability, peace, stability, Security, capacity building development and empowerment for women’s children, adolescent girls, most especially Ebola Orphan girl’s children through awareness and advocacy.
Basket of Hope Liberia objectives is to see that every Human being are respected under the University Declaration of Human rights and dignity for all

To engage in major awareness/advocacy to End child Marriage, Empower adolescent girls, women and youth through formal and informal vocational school/training. Exp. Women Sewing project empowerment. s

To engage in awareness and advocacy against domestic violence, Rape, Child abuse, discrimination, and encourage peace and religious tolerance, and Stop tribal conflict,prejudice, sentiments, violence, and hatred against colors through palava Hall meetings.
Advocate for good health care services delivery to the rural community of Liberia thru awareness/advocacy and support adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health education enegagment at grassroots levels.

To engage donors, individual supporters, organizations and government partners through advocacy for the Ebola Orphan Children Education Materials Support such as Uniforms, Book bags, textbooks, bicycles, shoes, and etc.

Basket of Hope Liberia is addressing Girls who have drop-out of schools to get back to school and the challenges here are poverty, school district from communities, teenage pregnancy, Child Marriage, Ebola orphan children educational materials support to enable get to school because caretakers can afford to purchase schools materials for them. most especially the girls’ child and the drop out of school girls and adolescents.
Basket of Hope Liberia challenges is manpower and logistical support which include ranting of office space, vehicles, computer laptops, donor funding projects, and direct partnership with donor funding organization. The solution to these challenges is to create a room of empowerment through sustainable development programs such as 1. Sewing and tailoring training for drop out of school girls and adolescents that can not afford to get back to school. Encouraging and providing Educational Materials to the Ebola orphans and vulnerable children which is also a helping hand to reduce poverty in the caretakers of these children. When and why did we start the NGO, Liberia when through 14 years of civil conflict and women and children were the most vulnerable people in society that were highly victimized. As a student activist, with empathy decided to establish an organization that will focus on the rights of women and children needs, protection and their human rights and dignity for all. Since them we have been creating awareness and advocacy for the rights of women and children and providing Educational materials for the Ebola orphan and vulnerable children in Liberia.
Our goals for expansion is one of the major targets for capacity building, inclusiveness, networking, transparency, accountability, and tolerance as partners in progress.
New programs or locations do we aspire to? The new program or programs is building and strengthen primary education foundation for the children most especially the girls. which is in our future plan at the local and national level. 1.The reasons why is important for the donor to fund us as grassroots community organizations are to build up the capacity of a local organization to reach out to the needed people and community. 2. To hence the grassroots organizational build up the human resource and institutional capacity.

Friends and Family of Incarcerated Persons, Inc. (FFIP)
Address: 7250 S. Durango Dr., Ste 130-237
Las Vegas, NV
United States
Telephone (include county code and area code): 702-763-1389
Your website: https://ffipnv.org
Level of Activity: Local
Year Founded: 2000

Friends and Family of Incarcerated Persons, Inc. d/b/a FFIP, is an 18-year old non-profit organization that has been created in direct response to the growing number of people incarcerated in the United States. FFIP offers services to adults and children who have been affected by having a loved one in the prison system and provides an opportunity to obtain and share information in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Services include support group meetings, email, phone calls, website containing resources and information, Facebook, workshops, and holiday events. FFIPs’ goals are to continue helping people across the U.S. by creating FFIP chapters, creating permanent space for meetings, events, support and to provide information, and to provide transportation so families can visit their loved ones in prison.

There are over two million people in the U.S.that are incarcerated, however there over four million more that are sitting in jails waiting to be sentenced or on parole or probation. That’s over six million people affected by mass incarceration. When someone is incarcerated it affects much more than that one person, it also affects their families and their community. Whether someone is sentenced to six weeks or six years or longer, their family is serving the sentence with them; the only difference is that they’re serving it on the outside. Some families feel shame and suffer from depression. People may stop talking to them or may not let their children play with their children. Nobody should feel alone, and nobody should have to serve the hidden sentence alone.

FUTURE CONNECT GHANA
Address: 99 Block A Municipal Road, Sagnarigu – Tamale
Tamale, Northern Region
Ghana
Telephone (include county code and area code): 233244894179
Your website: http://www.futcon.org
Level of Activity: National
Year Founded: 2012

Future Connect Ghana (FCG) is an independent registered non-governmental and nonprofit organization based at the Upper East Region and operates in the northern and upper regions of Ghana. FCG fosters an integrated community development, expands living standards and support in the creation of sustainable communities. FCG prime slogan is “Expanding Horizons” for building sustainable communities through capacity building and services delivery to the deprived and marginalized people of the society.

FCG’s mission is to achieve an expanded capacity and opportunity where they live a better life, away from poverty, hunger and increased environmental stewardship, community economic vitality and social inclusions. FCG aims at expanding horizons by creating sustainable programs to promote youth in agriculture, increase livelihood by empowering women and girls economically, increase productivity and crop yield through scientific research and innovation and building sustainable communities. Recognizing the immense role of the youth in contributing to the agricultural revolution, it is imperative to fashion-out a long-term all-inclusive program that would appeal and inspire the youth to actively participate in agriculture as a career.

Our Vision and Goal
A country in which the youth are empowered in available opportunities to increase the economic vitality of the communities in which they live in.

The goal of FCG is to contribute in improving the economic vitality and the living standard of the vulnerable communities in Ghana through effective community mobilization, capacity building, advocacy & strengthening of institutions at the grass root level.

Our Approach/Strategy

Future Connect Ghana is committed to building a strong community youth networks to drive the sustainable communities and poverty reduction agenda. Now is the time to seek alternatives and develop within constraints, thus FCG facilitates people in the rural communities to extract the capital necessary for community development in the three spheres that affect sustainable community development. We use our programme; Climate change and resiliency, Agriculture science research and innovation, policy and Advocacy, etc. to create the balance within the interplay of economic, social and environment (the three spheres). The program goal is materialized with a helping hand from members, donor agencies, Philanthropists, etc.

Mentoring A Touch from Above
Address: 5538 Linden Ave
Long Beach, CA
United States
Telephone (include county code and area code): 562-726-1997
Fax (include country code and area code): 562-726-1997
Your website: http://www.matfa.info
Level of Activity: Local
Year Founded: 1998

Melanie Washington is someone who experienced God and speaks of God to each and every one of us, especially those of us who despise ourselves, despise the Bible and have given up on ourselves. She speaks to those of us who are struggling through the grudges we hold, especially in areas that are very hurtful and hard to touch, areas with the most painful scars. Through sharing her personal experience of forgiving the unforgivable such as the murder of her dearest loved ones and sexual abuse from different family members, she has been an open book. With regal grace, Melanie speaks from her heart with complete vulnerability and authenticity while sharing her real experience of wrestling with God. It can be easily related by each and every one of us. Whether you are struggling with something that you can’t forgive, trying to hide it or pretend that you have already forgiven, listening to Melanie will give you the courage and power to face yourself and confront what you have not forgiven. You will find the power to truly forgive and have the freedom to truly live and love.
Melanie Washington leads a ministry for youth in prison by inspiring them to forgive and love themselves and experience the forgiveness and love of God. Her ministry is called Mentoring A Touch from Above. It means that the true mentoring is through knowing God and experiencing God as love. She speaks at churches and in youth organizations throughout the world, inspiring everyday people to forgive, to live, and to love.

Mobile Medical Team International
Address: 111 Second Street
Sausalito, CA
United States
Telephone (include county code and area code): 4153322600
Fax (include country code and area code): 4153322611
Level of Activity: International
Year Founded: 2006

The need for medical care and health education pervades both developing nations and the lower socioeconomic populations of rich countries.

This need is often magnified by natural disasters as larger health and relief organizations struggle to meet the needs of only the most acutely affected populations or begin to withdraw after the immediate crisis has subsided.

Our Mission: MMTI strives to develop health care programs, centers, and educational programs using innovative and proven methodologies while simultaneously incorporating and melding with local customs and cultures.

founded-in-2006-we are a 501c3 public charity

OTUMFUO OSEI TUTU II PREPARATORY AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Address: KANKAM BOADU STREE – P. O. BOX 34, MIM AHAFO GHANA
MIM, BRONG AHAFO
GHANA
Telephone (include county code and area code): +233240874162
Level of Activity: Local
Year Founded: 2001

To train the child to attain the highest academic standard; to continue climbing the ladder of education or to acquire gainful employment in the country.

Seeding Mercy
Address: 5600 South Crows Nest
Tempe, AZ
USA
Telephone (include county code and area code): 602 875 7704
Level of Activity: International
Year Founded: 2018

We empower communities to create sustainable systems designed to end hunger by providing the required resources and training needed to establish an abundant source of food, health and wealth.

Unplanned Good Inc.
Address: 1658 Topeka Avenue
San Jose,, CA
United States
Telephone (include county code and area code): 4086561876
Fax (include country code and area code): United States
Your website: Unplanned Good
Level of Activity: International
Year Founded: 2010

About Unplanned Good

We promote adoption as a positive option for those facing unplanned pregnancies. Open adoption can be so very good (and beautiful!) for all involved but all too often, young women think they have only two options; abortion or single parenting.
Unplanned Good is reaching out to both teens and their parents, to let them know that adoption is an option. Studies have shown that girls are 50% more likely to see their pregnancy through and make an adoption plan when an adult suggests this path. We reach both audiences through social media, newsletters, conference workshops and speaking engagements. We try to get adult mentors, teachers and parents to suggest adoption, and we try to get young women to consider this option when facing unplanned pregnancy. The testimonials on our web site are there to give them more information about open adoption today.
Please visit our site at www.UnplannedGood.org/ and encourage others to see it. Read the heartfelt personal stories there. You, too, will be convinced about the beauty of open adoption.

World Harmony
Address: SOFOKLEOUS 11
ATHENS, CHALANDRI
GREECE
Telephone (include county code and area code): 306943208483
Level of Activity: International
Year Founded: 2012

World Harmony is a non-profit organisation, establishing Universal Comfortable Income to end poverty and income inequality in the world. We are people like you. By the year 2020 we want to have a full representation in all the countries of the world.