Internationally we work collaboratively with a range of community-based organisations and in partnership with a range of development NGOs to support street children and disadvantaged adults. .
Widows and Orphans International..
Widows and Orphans International (WOI) is a UK based Charitable Incorporated Organisation Number 1177947 that was registered in 2018.
We have since developed an extensive UK health and well-being programmes, as well as educational and vocational training programme that enhances employability and improves the academic achievement of disadvantaged young people and adults particularly those from Black and Ethnic Minority communities.
Internationally we work collaboratively with a range of community-based organisations and in partnership with a range of development NGOs to support street children and disadvantaged adults.
Our Aim is to reduce ill-health, poverty and disadvantage faced by disadvantaged members of the community.
Objectives and Activities.
- To promote the benefit of widows and orphans from Africa and others affected by HIV/aids without distinction of sexual, political, religious or other persuasions by working with local authorities, voluntary organisations and inhabitants of the United Kingdom and abroad selected communities in Africa in a common effort to relieve poverty.
- To facilitate advancement in education through, training (including vocational training) and lifelong learning, the development of individual capabilities, competencies, skills and understanding, community education and research.
- To support relief of those in need, by reason of youth, age, ill-health (including those living with HIV and AIDS), disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage without distinction of sexual, political, religious or other persuasions by working with suitable partners to ensure appropriate and timely interventions including access to relief agencies.
Widows and Orphans International (WOI) is therefore in existence as a direct response to an increasingly unique set of needs and challenges faced by resident Black and Ethnic minority communities living in the UK, and in Africa.
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