who have we are?
Pertaining to six decades, Community Vision has become engaging individuals to work towards reducing poverty as well as causes. Community Vision can be committed to the poor because we are Christian. All of us work with many people coming from all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We accomplish this through comfort and development, policy advocacy and change, effort, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, interpersonal justice and spiritual values.
The action World Perspective is devoted to includes:
transformational development, which is the term we use to describe a holistic approach to bettering the lives of the poor by recognising people's physical, social, psychic, economic and political requirements. emergency alleviation вЂ“ following International Code of Execute for tragedy relief organisations promotion of justice вЂ“ we advocate for subjects of injustice and lower income strategic initiatives - including programs endorsing community leadership public awareness
Christian proposal by case вЂ“ we all oppose proselytism and coercion of any kind. Our tasks emphasise:
the needs of children
long-term stability and durability
education (including literacy) and skills training
gender equal rights
HIV and AIDS education and avoidance
affordable technology solutions.
Wish committed to best-practice corporate governance processes, to efficiency and effectiveness, to preventing the exploitation in the people we serve, and also to engaging the corporate sector in addition to the public.
Our job is project-based.
Comfort work can be short-term, when rehabilitation and development may last up to ten years. While we might initiate a project or become invited, our work is actually dependent on the consent in the communities engaged.
For a few years, the approach has been to undertake projects involving clusters of residential areas, empowering people to become self-reliant through a range of activities that may include health benefits14910, agricultural training, small business...