DoD, USSOUTHCOM Support Project to Empower Women in Barbados

DoD, USSOUTHCOM Support Project to Empower Women in Barbados

By Dialogo
February 08, 2011

You want to do humanitarian mission in Africa in Togo in summer or winter? You want to bring your support, know-how to the villagers and orphans?

AVO-TOGO is calling you all the volunteers who have the taste of the humanitarian mission to come and contribute.



FIELD OF STAGE


EDUCATION
- Teacher - School teacher - Facilitator or supervisor of children - Educators specializing
- Pre school teacher - student

HEALTH
- Doctor - Nurse - Midwife - Health Care Aide - Student - Specialized educator - Anyone else
RIGHT
- Lawyer, bailiff, lawyer - Student - Any other person


COMPUTER
- Programmer Maintenance Technicians, Graphic Designer - Webmaster etc..
JOURNALISM
- Moderator - Reporter etc..
ORPHANAGE-

Students

Volunteers

Voluntary

Other people would like to work in an orphan



FIELD OF PROJECTS TO BE FINANCED



WATER AND SANITATION



- Construction of latrines and school toilets, family and public garbage dumps.



HEALTH

-Construction of clinics, drug distribution and patient materials



EDUCATION

-Construction of classrooms, supplies, school materials









For more information, please prove visit our website

www.avotogo.org

email! avotogo@yahoo.fr / avotogo@hotmail.fr



write us by mail box:



ASSISTANCE TO WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF TOGO

S / C Djinadou Moutiou

04BP 941

Lome-Togo


looking for volunteers to help orphans from Togo


The association AVO-TOGO appeals to all volunteer to help the destitute children of the streets and abandoned children,no clothes, no school supplies, not care of health. That is why AVO-TOGO opened a small orphanage center to feed, clothe and supports their tuition and other.

Please support us to have money to give to become a man.

You can visit them in the center hosts. The center is so small and can not get a lot of orphans.

We look for people to support us to be able to support abandoned children.



For more information, please prove visit our website

www.avotogo.org

email! avotogo@yahoo.fr / avotogo@hotmail.fr



write us by mail box:



ASSISTANCE TO WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF TOGO

S / C Djinadou Moutiou

04BP 941

Lome-Togo
In order to help empower local women in Barbados, the U.S. Department of Defense’s Humanitarian Assistance Program recently donated funds for the Caribbean island’s Young Woman’s Christian Association (YWCA) through the U.S. Southern Command and the U.S. Embassy to the Caribbean.

On 14 January, Mrs. Marquita Guillory, representing the U.S. 4th Fleet, officially handed over various goods to YWCA President Marilyn Rice-Bowen on behalf of a minimal cost humanitarian assistance project managed by Southcom.

The funds were used to purchase equipment for the Sewing Project, a local initiative designed to give unemployed and underemployed women skills to help them become financially independent.

Laurel Armstrong, coordinator of the Sewing Project was thankful for the support, stating: “The gratification is immediate because after each class they will see the success and reward”, she commented to The Barbados Advocate.

The contributions included 16 commercial Singer sewing machines, computers, office supplies and other locally-purchased equipment that will be used to teach local women to sew marketable products.

Lieutenant Colonel Edward Harvey, military liaison officer with the U.S. Embassy to the Eastern Caribbean said it was a “tough but enjoyable task to get the equipment together and present it to the YWCA”.





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