EMPOWER Development provides the necessary supervision and management for development projects throughout the Congress as well as taking the primary role in locating funds to be directed toward viable community projects throughout the developing nations of the earth. The purpose of this Sector is to support the nations-development focus of the Congress by creating EMPOWER-ed communities through strategic human development. The EMPOWER brand reflects our core philosophy that effective and sustainable nation building must be founded on deliberate, strategic and focused attention to human development.
Increasingly the Congress is moving into involvement in strategic projects in nations across the earth designed to bring development and beneficial impact upon large groups of people.
This Sector provides the necessary supervision and management of such development initiatives as well as taking the primary role in locating the world’s untapped pools of wealth and directing these funds toward viable community projects throughout the developing nations of the earth.
- Family Welfare and Community Health Project – Kenya
- Community Technological Empowerment Centre (C-TEC) – Jamaica
- Samaria Widows Project – Ethiopia
- Money Management for Youth (MMY) – UK
- Youth Development Services – Trinidad and Tobago
See website for more project details.
Joanna King (Trinidad)
Julie Lindo (UK)
Ruth Rudden (Trinidad)
Zoe Scott (UK)
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