What We Do

 

Activities of FutureHopeUK are based on Three(3) CARDINAL PILLARS

 

Economic Empowerment Program For Youth with the following aims:

To increase agricultural production which would lead to economic growth, create employment opportunities and alleviate poverty

- To prevent crime and violence and promote safe environment.
- To ensure youths achieve their full potential while being free from crime and violence.
- Reducing unemployment and giving the youths early direction into becoming entrepreneurs.

These usually centre on the idea that personal empowerment will give an individual the ability to:

- Take control of their circumstances and achieve their own goals in their personal and working life.
- Become more aware of their strengths and weaknesses and therefore be better equipped to deal with problems and achieve goals.
- Enhance the contribution they make both as an individual and as a member of a team.
- Take opportunities to enhance personal growth and a sense of fulfillment knowing your own limitation is key to personal empowerment.

Strategies

a) Obtain comprehensive individual case history to enhance the quality of an intervention.
b) Understand the elements underlying family current presentations and behaviours.
c) Training and development - hoping to offer NVQ certificates in partnership with Further Education colleges and / or community colleges.
d) Seminars / Workshops and Conferences
e) Support and Signposting activities.

II) Health Program For Children in Africa with the following aims

- To save the life of children with congenital heart defects through our sponsorship program.
- To support the fund for the vital research that helps to keep tiny hearts beating.

The objectives of TFHUK are to:

- To reduce longer delay in performing the surgery due to many factors including poverty.
- To improve in saving children from avoidable morbidity and mortality.

Strategies

- To work with partners to leverage our global strength in making a difference for children.
- To obtain, comprehensive individual case history to enhance the quality of an intervention.
- To understand the elements underlying family current presentations and behaviours.
- These usually centre on the idea that the most deprived and marginalised children, who are too often excluded due to poverty, geographically location or disability will be reached.

III) Education Program to rehabilitate Vulnerable family with the following aims:-

To increase agricultural production which would lead to economic growth, create employment opportunities and alleviate poverty

- To prevent crime and violence and promote safe environment.
- To ensure youths achieve their full potential while being free from crime and violence.
- Reducing unemployment and giving the youths early direction into becoming entrepreneurs.

These usually centre on the idea that personal empowerment will give an individual the ability to:

- Take control of their circumstances and achieve their own goals in their personal and working life.
- Become more aware of their strengths and weaknesses and therefore be better equipped to deal with problems and achieve goals.
- Enhance the contribution they make both as an individual and as a member of a team.
- Take opportunities to enhance personal growth and a sense of fulfillment knowing your own limitation is key to personal empowerment.

Strategies

a) Obtain comprehensive individual case history to enhance the quality of an intervention.
b) Understand the elements underlying family current presentations and behaviours.
c) Training and development - hoping to offer NVQ certificates in partnership with Further Education colleges and / or community colleges.
d) Seminars / Workshops and Conferences
e) Support and Signposting activities.