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Our orphanage will offer primary schooling in coordination with local resources. But we'll go further by offering strong technical vocational shops in agriculture, animal husbandry, two-wheeler repairs, basic electricity and plumbing.
We are forming a children choir with the children from ODG in Cameroon. The kids will supported by musicians' tracks recorded in Chicago. The sound mix will be of professional quality and we need help to launch these songs and propagate their music on radio in order to raise funds for their cause. Pacôme has been directing choirs in Senegal and Quebec for 12+ years and will be leading this project.
The first orphanage we are building is in Cameroon. It was started in 2010 when a dying young mother gave her newborn to Adeline Moore and asked her to take care of her baby girl.
We work with those in need, those who are underprivileged, and those who are underserved, to rebuild and restructure. Our focus lies on faith-based orphanages, building shelter, offering basic primary education, growing food and feeding, teaching vocational skills, equip workshops, and supporting entrepreneurship with micro loan and incubator services. We firmly believe it takes a village to raise a child, and we plan this in the design of our Children's Village.
On the donor side, self-sufficiency means that we are building US based social commercial enterprise, NaturHeals and CQ Ventures, LLC, to support the charity initiatives of Impact Care Givers both financially and with management expertise.
Where there are people in need, we’ll be lending a hand, a smile, and an encouraging word.
“If you teach a man to fish...” Here again, we'll go further. With micro-loans and an incubator mentality, excess production of eggs and vegetables will be sold in the local market and the two wheeler repair shop will serve the local community.
Empty stomachs hurt, assisting homeless or orphans with food is essential for health and spiritual growth. But we'll go further by teaching young adult in our community to farm their food, to cook for the community and maintain a healthy diet.
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