Mission, Vision and Mandate

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MISSION, VISION AND MANDATE

Vision:  An achieved solution to social- economic empowerment and vulnerability to sustainable livelihood among gender category, creating Cities with greater degree of success and increased opportunities.

Mission:  To promote scalable methods in creativity, promote and facilitate formal and Informal education, Arts and culture programs and assertive network with local, regional and global partners while promoting skills development for the underserved communities, enhance and increase youth employability and empowerment to explore their full potential to achieve their goals, focusing on the challenges that relate to global poverty, unemployment, vulnerability, climate change etc.

Our Mandate: To provide support, services and referrals to the newcomers, refugees to smoothly integrate and transition into Canadian society.  Support the homeless, persons with disability, Mental health and addiction, Youth at Risk, LGBTQ in collaborations with other stakeholders through Education, workshops and dialogue, fight for fundamental human rights, increased Out-reach program, organize Arts, Cultural, Sports, the reconciliation Parade, dialogue activities and environmental issues.

We Integrate through a governing cohesion and diversity by which all community members have full access to the opportunities, rights and services available and are represented in all social processes.  We source funds for our programs and activities, for inclusive community engagement and participation.  

Core values are the fundamental beliefs: are what support our vision, shape the culture and reflect what a Africa Great Lakes Networking Foundation Values.  Our values inform our thoughts, words and actions. Our values are important because they help us to grow and develop and the decisions we make are a reflection of our values and beliefs, and they are always directed towards a specific purpose.

Adaptability and Flexibility – We respond quickly but flexible on new and innovative approaches to achieve results. 

Initiative – We are action-oriented, setting priorities with ability to use reasoning skills to solve identified problems, seeking solutions to complex development challenges.

We Network, build alliance and source funding for education development, we engage with many humanitarian partners to advance the priorities, to make a difference in the lives of the disadvantaged.

Teamwork and Cooperation – With different strength, working with one another, we address complex development challenges. We believe that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

We focus on quality services – We are accountable for the quality and accuracy of services and information we use in making significant Policy and programs decisions.

Judgment and integrity – We identify priorities, diagnose opportunities, and draw logical conclusions.

We analyze complex situations and make decisions with a significant impact to our communities, preserving our integrity.

Scope and Objectives – Our scope statement contains the following:  Openness and Recognition to our sponsors, and stakeholders. The problem statement, project goals and objectives, requirements, deliverables, project non-goals (what is out of scope) Milestones, cost, management plan, Project assumptions, risks and achievements

Objectives: Lifelong learning, to attain quality Education for all, provide skills and knowledge through information dissemination and communication.  To inclusively address a transpiring social and ethical challenges, to foster cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue, a culture of peace towards reconciliation

 

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