Network AID seek the welfare and well-being of illiterate women/girls, young people, persons with disability and deprive children to have a healthy, safe, inclusive and corrupt-free society where they are recognized, respected and identity protected
The Technical Advisory Board and Management of Network AID thank you for your time and courage to visit our website and other social medial handles for reference, research, and educational purposes. We hope this site provide the relevant information needed and serve you well. We seek your kind Donation to allow us; through you reach more deserving illiterate women/girls, young people, persons with disabilities, and deprived children.
We envision an informed society where illiterate women and deprived children and girls are supported and empowered to make their voices count for a sustainable, corrupt-free, and healthy population.
Enhancing the well-being and welfare of illiterate women'girls, young people, persons with disabilities and deprived children development and participation for a productive and corrupt-free society
Network AID fundamental principles that guide the organisation's operation are:- Professionalism, Neutrality, Accountability and Transperency, Volunteerism, Impartiality.
Network AID work in three key programmatic areas:-
(1) Livelihood & Education Programme
(2) Health & Safety Programme
(3) Governance & Participation Programme
Network AID needs your passionate contributions to improve the lives of many. Imagine what your contribution can do in putting smiles on the faces of many.
We are excited to present to you Monica Yeanie Ghaliwa,
CEO Inspiration for Human Development. The first female blind journalist in Sierra Leone; 1st Runners-up housemates Salone 2019 reality TV show; Women, Girls, and Children with Disabilities activist; and now Network AID Goodwill Ambassador.
The world is home to more than 1.1 billion girls under age 18, who are poised to become the largest generation of female leaders, entrepreneurs and change-makers the world has ever seen.
Progress for adolescent girls has not kept pace with the realities they face today, and COVID-19 has reinforced many of these gaps. This year, under the theme, “My Voice, Our Equal Future”, let’s seize the opportunity to be inspired by what adolescent girls see as the change they want, the solutions- big and small- they are leading and demanding across the globe.
PHOTO:UN Women/Ryan Brown
Goodwill Ambassador Message International Girls Day
Call for Peace Message
Message on Internationai Identity Day
Documentary on the International Youth Day
...WHO and World Bank (2011) report indicates that around 15 percent of the world's population are having some kinds of disabilities to which largest part of it is in developing and underdeveloped countries...
The Sustainable Development Goal 16 is to "promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all, and build effective, accountable, and inclusive institutions at all levels." The target of SDG 16 is to significantly reduce all forms of violence and related death rates everywhere and, End abuse, exploitation, trafficking, and all forms of violence against and torture of children
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