Through Education Support and Promotion, we provide school children, disabled persons and youth in deprived communities, towns and cities with education and learning materials such as books, school uniforms, pens and pencils, footwear, financial support, and bicycles. The program also provides sustainable support, literacy tools and sponsorship to impoverished youth living in deprived communities. One unique aspect of this program is the treatment and support for youth and students who have high Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and training for teachers on ACEs and modern teaching methodology. The program provide students and youth with the right ACEs therapy and right education. Our goal is to help impoverished youth overcome most of their educational challenges and to ensure that both teachers and students have sound and stable mind.
Our School Enrollment Program help school dropouts, disabled persons and youth who have never enrolled in school previously, particularly stray children and youth in deprived communities to have access to education. This project includes the Useful Literacy Program that focuses on helping youth meet personal and social needs through enhancing their skills for everyday life in a community. We also organize intensive educational campaigns in deprived communities where there is high youth illiteracy and child labor to create awareness on the importance of youth education. Our goal is to give every child an opportunity for education to feel empowered for a promising future.
Our disability support program is designed to make all persons living with disability 'ABLE'. We support them to acquire education, vocational and technical skills training. We also help persons living with all forms of disability to integrate into the society through job placement support community leadership training and starting up businesses.Our Women Empowerment and Vocational Skills Training Program equip deprived communities women with various forms of skills that would enhance their lives. This project also empower male and female youth to take up leadership role in their communities, and lead the crusade against gender inequalities. We help women create market for their agric produce and also support parents with farm seedlings, equipment and other farming inputs
We empower youth, persons living with disabilities and vulnerable women to acquire Information and Communications Technology (ICT), vocational and income generating activities skills. We also provide schools, communities and individuals access to free computers and internet. Some of our training programs includes computer and internet application, dressmaking and manufacturing that would enhance their lives.
This program is designed to use our youth to promote the education on climate change by leading the crusade against negative practices that affect our environment. We also educate our youth on the need, and ways to protect our environment from destruction, through activities such as tree planting exercises in villages most affected by climate change, maintenance of work on water bodies, campaigning against all forms of environmental pollution.
Our Health program aims at improving the health and the wellbeing of students, youth and women in every community we work, by contributing to the general well being of the people and the world at large by reducing HIV/AIDS, Malaria, TB and Cholera epidemic. Asaasiam Vision exist to promote healthy lifestyle of the impoverished and malnourished through education and sensitization, screening and empowering the people to have access to essential quality health services. The program also provides counselling and mentorship for youth who need to be provided with such services to enhance their education and social life.
NEWS & EVENTS
APPEAL FOR DONATION OF USED ITEMS
The Management Team of Asaasiam Vision International is appealing to individuals, institutions and the general public to donate to us used / faulty items such as: Car (any type / model), Computers, Laptops, Mobile Phones, Education and Learning Materials and any other Electronic Devices. These items would be used to support poor youth education, as as well as poor women and teachers welfare in deprived communities in Ghana.
Please for more information contact:
Mr. Don Didier
Dr. Joseph Asare
ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EFFECTS (ACEs)
We are pleased to inform the general public that we are currently organizing a FREE five months training on the above topic for teachers and students of Ahinase Roman Catholic Primary in the Kwahu South District in Ghana. The training is being facilitated by Mr. Donald Didier and Mrs Alodie Didier from Portland Oregon in USA. Interested schools, institutions and the general public wishing to benefit from our free training should contact us on:
Tel: +233 30295317.
Asaasiam projects and programs has benefited over 1200 impoverished youth, disabled persons, and vulnerable women who live in deprived communities in Ghana. Also, 25 deprived communities have benefited from our programs. Additionally, 2500 students and youth living deprived communities receives continued support in various forms such as: School enrollment, provision of education and learning Materials, and financial support. Also, two farmer based associations and women groups have benefited from our work.
Asaasiam Vision International is a youth-led national non-governmental organization established in 2012 that is dedicated to addressing women and gender issues in deprived communities of Ghana.
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