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by MOMMY | February 24, 2009 at 5:03 AM
My Vision for the Future:
TO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE FOR RURAL YOUNG MOTHERS AND CHILDREN. A WORLD FREE OF VIOLENCE,POVERTY
Welcome to PulseWire! I am interested to hear more of your voice and about the work that you do with Mom's Club International Nigeria.
Moms Club International is a non-political, non-religious and non-governmental charitable organization for mothers and has satisfactorily fulfilled the entire requirement for registration as a voluntary/non-governmental organization prepared to work for the welfare of women and children and the society at large. It was first registered with the Onitsha North L.G.A in 2002 with Reg. NO: ONLG/SWD/CR/12/2002 and Anambra State Women Affairs Ministry on 8th March 2004 with number 135 and finally with the CAC of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on the 21st of August 2004 with Registration NO; CAC/IT/NO17339
Specific areas of interest include:
Women Empowerment/Skill acquisition programme
Health awareness campaign
Education programmes for women and youth
Community Development programme
MISSION: To improve the quality of life of women and children especially women of child bearing age in rural communities through empowerment in order to utilize, indigenize and safeguard their potentials.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
(1) To lobby all agencies involved so that women and children can lead a life free of violence and discrimination against them.
(2) To create awareness on all Health issues affecting women and children such as maternal health, HIV/AIDS, FGM, Rape, Malaria etc.
(3) To have training to upgrade or optimize the skills of young mothers
(4) To pursue occupational goals for young mothers especially in the family through creating good jobs etc.
(5) To establish structures that would be used to inform and educate our women on political, economic and cultural development.
Thank you for explaining the important work of Moms Club International. I am so inspired by your work as it encompasses all aspects of empowerment for women and children from economic development to maternal health.
We've missed your presence on PulseWire and it's so great to see you back in our community! I encourage you to use your journal as a place to introduce yourself, your work and your passions to the PulseWire community. Think of your journal as a blog, where you can speak your mind and reach an audience of over 3000 women and supporters of women's initiatives. Check out what others are writing about in Voices Rising. I think that you will find PulseWire to be an exciting place to garner support, make connections and share your story.
I just came across you page, and with your background in public service, I thought you might be interested in this opportunity in the United States.
Travel, accommodation, and meals are paid.
Deadline to apply is February 1, 2013
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