This website introduces Goodwill Professional Development Network Foundation, a nonprofit registered in the United States of America dedicated to empower orphans, less privileged communities and street children both male and female in third world countries making them employer ready through the use of Electronic devices and online libraries
We have also identified an urgent need for provision of I.T. education, access to computer labs and special programs to prepare these vulnerable children and youth for brighter job prospects as vital to poverty alleviation. A three-step process of goal-setting, action and reflection will be pursued by us in our approach and inculcated in our clients through our skill development program.
Our research has indicated the presence of considerable orphan populations in third world countries .The presence of low-income youth both inside and outside schools indicates the need to offer them better opportunities to learn, develop, compete and connect. There is a dire need to launch initiatives to give these youth a purpose, a direction and the hope for a brighter future.
We are currently based in the USA, and our operation focuses on third-world-countries, in a project to gradually expand and increase our market visibility, we have developed a six-step promotion strategy which will use conventional, digital and social media channels to promote our organization and attract potential clients as well as donors.
- Our goals and objectives
- Our services and products
- The market for our products
Empowerment is a process that challenges our assumptions about the way things are and can be. It challenges our basic assumptions about power, helping, achieving, and succeeding. At the core of the concept of empowerment is the idea of power. The possibility of empowerment depends on two things.
First, empowerment requires that power can change. If power cannot change, if it is inherent in positions or people, then empowerment is not possible, nor is empowerment conceivable in any meaningful way. In other words, if power can change, then empowerment is possible.
Second, the concept of empowerment depends upon the idea that power can expand. But whose power expands or changes? The answer is simple: individual. Individual is the primary agent and fundamental recipient of empowerment support in a society. Social or community change is inconceivable without understanding the importance and role of individuals as an agent of change.
Our organization approaches the empowerment process through mobilizing community resources, Public private sector partnerships, and providing access to key IT skills, equipment and job experiences to create a self-efficacy in orphans throughout the third-world countries, Our aim is to optimize the children and youth in the pursuit of their educational, career and personal goals by enabling them to:
- Define meaningful goals and objectives in their lives
- Be action-oriented to achieve these goals
- Reflect and analyze the impact of their actions in relation to their goals.
Mobilization of community resources requires collaborative effort with active participation of the community, tech businesses and other like-minded community organizations. This process operates at both the individual level and the organizational level. We will adopt this model for our organization and help youth adopt it for themselves