Our organization helps young girls, the homeless, vulnerable people, and people under the influence of drug and alcohol in Ivory Coast.


 Build schools for young girls and boys. Recruit teachers, psychologists, and social workers who will help them achieve their academic goals.


The organization will build detoxification treatment centers for people under the influence of drug and alcohol in Ivory Coast. The patients will have medical assessment and assistance. They will also be educated on how to avoid sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and AIDS as well as educating on how to take their prescriptions properly. Per the UNICEF report, 540, 000 Ivorian children are orphaned and vulnerable due to HIV/AIDS, 40,000 currently live with HIV, and over 16,000 are infected each year. Despite this situation, only 4,000 children are under follow-up for HIV/AIDS and  2,000 benefit from antiviral (ARV) therapy. With two women infected for one man, the infection rate is 6.4 for women against 2.9 for men. Among youngest pregnant women from age 15 to 24 living in the capital city, Abidjan.


 Build refuge centers, and workshops where orphans, girls, and other vulnerable children can learn some trades or new career skills through vocational training in the art industry like music, painting, fashion, dancing, and hairdressing. Construction and car repair as well as social care  or healthcare industry.


We provide medical items, schools kits, foods, and clothes to hospitals, schools, and orphanages.