BENEFITING: Actions To Save Humanity Inc
WHO WE ARE Serving Our World is dedicated to improving the lives of neglected children in remote communities all over the world. It has been our experience that humanitarian relief seldom reaches the distant areas or village members, yet often they are the ones who need it most. Our mission is to bring relief to all ethnic groups focusing on orphans, widows and families in remote areas of the world. Serving in and with the local village communities helps us to have a wider reaching impact in the lives of the children and families made vulnerable through war, disease and circumstances beyond their control. Our heart is to move people with a new hope, and enabling them with the skills and resources for a brighter future. WHAT WE DO Through experience, planning and careful research, we identify areas where change can be made with a little sacrifice and great vision in rural villages. We are able to work with the villagers, volunteers, and alongside national organizations to build a more sustainable life, safer community and a brighter future, by instilling hope and providing necessary skills training, education and facilities. Weekly outreaches that provide balanced meals, activities and educational opportunities. A time of getting to know and celebrating the gift of children, and lifting communities. Clinics providing medical care, thus benefiting the whole community. In most cases, the distance and lack of transportation to major cities to receive the medical help makes it difficult to get the proper care. Pre-schools Yes, everyday in designated areas, SOW is teaming up with others to provide what is needed to help lay a foundation for a life that loves to learn, and to provide meals and a caring environment. Also, we help restore life to children and families, terrorism has taken every reason to hope and smile from. Statistically, Children, those both directly and indirectly involved, are particularly vulnerable to the far-reaching impact of terrorism and disasters. Children at risk for experiencing mental health difficulties after a disaster or act of terrorism include those who are near to or actually witness the event, those who lose loved ones as a result, and even those children who merely live in the affected community or watch coverage of the event on television. This briefing paper provides an empirically-based overview of the risk and protective factors for children exposed to terrorism and their typical responses. This paper also sets forth what we know about mental health interventions and proposes recommendations for addressing the impact of terrorism on our nation's children. http://www.childpsych.theclinics.com/cms/attachment/2003819175/2014977541/main.pdf.png Together we can plant and water this tree of hope. for further inquiries, contact: Mr Omoregie Frank firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr Carson Spencer email@example.com.