To develop a long-life learning centre, in which young destitute Ethiopian children supported by FANOS and disadvantaged individuals from other charitable organisation for use of information, supplementary education, personal skills development training, and social & cultural activities.
It ran from 12:00 PM, 1 September 2015 to 12:00 PM, 1 January 2017
Registered Charity in England and Wales (1084098)
FANOS saved me from poverty and helped shape my future for the better. For this I'm Grateful.
Because of the help i got from FANOS, I have obtained my degree in Marketing Management
FANOS blessed me with the opportunity to go to school, get some skill training and helped me start up my own business.
Securing their daily food is a major problem for most street children. It is reported that 6% are forced to beg in order to get their daily food and a large number also drop out of school due to lack of educational materials.The female literacy rate in the rural areas in 2000 is11% compared to 32% for males.The reasons for low female participation in the literacy program are due to heavy and tedious workload at home and outside home.Children‚Äôs right to education is a central concern for FANOS.
‚Ä¢To enhance educational attainment of children and young people in our community by providing learning opportunities for supplementary education, personal skills development training courses and use of information, which are vital for the achievement of employment; ‚Ä¢To develop children and young people‚Äôs potentials, talents and self-confidence or/self-esteem through the promotion of cultural diversity and musical, sport and artistic needs.
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