Social Inclusion

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Social Inclusion

To promote Social Inclusion for the benefit of the public by preventing people, especially Christians from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are excluded and assisting them to integrate into the society.

For the purpose of this close “Socially excluded” means being excluded from society, or part of society as a result of one or more of the following factors: substance abuse or dependency including alcohol and drug; discrimination on the ground of sex, race, disability, ethnic origin, religion, believe, creed, sexual orientation or gender.

To promote social inclusion benefit by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into the society.
For the purpose of this close “Socially excluded” means being excluded from the society, or part of the society, as a result of being a member of a socially and economically deprived community.

To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by working with local Christian organizations running micro projects in South-Kivu, North-Kivu and Maniema, to relieve needs of people such as those excluded on the ground of their ethnic origin, religion, belief or creed (in particular orphans, victims of rape, windows and single mother single mothers).
This will involve:

Providing local network operating within the church settings with financial support from our Charity and other finances we receive from other bodies in the UK and elsewhere, to encourage and enable members of those specific Christians in need to participate more adequately with the wider community.

Increasing or coordinating, opportunities generated by our charity to our partners, in order to enable them to better meet the needs of the communities.

The promotion of social inclusion for the benefit amongst Christians of different denominations involved, who disadvantaged and socially excluded by providing them with opportunities to build capacity by establishing and growing small businesses to relieve their needs and assist them getting offerings and other necessities which also contribute to their integration into the society.

For the purposes of this close “Socially excluded” means young people who are excluded from the society, or part of the society, as a result of one or more of the following factors: unemployment; financial hardship; race; gender; poor education or skills attainment; disability; ethnic origin; or who are within or have experienced, the public care or penal system.

The promotion of Social Inclusion among death parents and their children who are socially excluded from society, or part of society, as a result of being death by:

Providing education and information to support and enable death parents to maximize educational opportunities for their children;

Raising public awareness of issues affecting death parents and their children both generally and in relation to their social exclusion, using different communication strategies available.

Providing general support and

Providing opportunities for death people.

The promotion of social inclusion among single parents and their children, who are excluded from society, or part of society, due to their social and economic position by the provision of reasonable business training based on different making or confection of various things such as: soaps, decorated cloths, oils, bread and other commercial product, to enable single parents, orphans and widows within the concerned churches to develop and gain new skills.