Child Sponsorship Program

August 5, 2014
Author : integra


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Integra in collaboration  with Wahana Visi Indonesia create a Child Sponsorship Program. Wahana Visi Indonesia is  a humanitarian organization working to create lasting change in the lives of children, families, and communities living in poverty. We believe connecting one child with one sponsor is the most strategic way to end child poverty. Every company that become our clients will automatically become a sponsor for one children.

Therefore, the heart of the community development efforts to bring change, lies in the Area Development Programmes (ADP) or Area Development Program. This program is a comprehensive way to address poverty in various regions. Integra and Wahana Vision Indonesia works with communities on issues of education, health, and economic empowerment, in order to improve and maintain the quality of their lives

Education
Improving the quality of children’s education. Beginning of Early Childhood Education (ECD), the formation of study groups of children and increase parental awareness of the importance of education

Health
Increased awareness of health and sanitation. empowerment posyandu including efforts to provide clean water to stay.

Strengthening Economy
Strengthen the economy of the people through the establishment of non-governmental groups.

Emergency Response
High commitment is always applied in order to cope with emergency situations. This is expected to reduce the impact of humanitarian disasters and save lives. Our work with communities to mitigate the impact of disasters and to improve their ability to cope with disaster situations in the future.

Advocacy
Advocacy is essentially a process to raise awareness about an issue, responding to gaps in responding to these problems and encourage a change will be made to fill these gaps. Advocacy is how to encourage the community to be able to make a difference.

For more info, you can visit Wahana Visi Indonesia’s website :¬† www.wvindonesia.org