FAMILY EMPOWERMENT NETWORK

FAMILY EMPOWERMENT NETWORK

Charity information

FAMILY EMPOWERMENT NETWORK

FENET is working to promote community cohesion & development by empowering disadvantage families and children to achieve their full potential, become self-reliance and active citizens.

Founded 2006

  • Mission statement

    Our mission is to contribute to the development and empowerment of vulnerable people (a) here in the UK and (b) in Africa and to improve their life condition to achieve their full potentials and enable them make informed choices in live.

    • To provide vulnerable people with a platform for communication on issues affecting their health, economic and social matters that concerns them and their families.

    Our vision is a world in where vulnerable people from multicultural background are able to fulfill their rights to education, health, social and economic, to live secure in the knowledge that they have sufficient economic sustainability and assets to survive in the future, have equitable and equal access to the resources around them and are able to attain these with dignity and effectively contributing to their community development.

    • The ultimate goal of our program is to enable vulnerable people in the community regain knowledge and become self-reliance.

  • Aims

    FAMILY EMPOWERMENT NETWORK aims to:

    • To to empower disadvantage people/families to achieve their full potentials, become active citizens and participate in developing the society where they live.
    • To empower families through education and training program so that they are better able to support their children's education and career guidance while improving their personal development as well.
    • Health awareness.. To provide information and run health awareness sessions of various health issues affecting the local community by involving health professionals and encourage healthy lif
    • Children and Young people: Support children and young people with learning/language difficulties through guided reading, writing and spellings. Empower and inspire them to become future leaders.
  • Overview

    Established: March 2006

    Registered Charity Number: 1123695

    Board members: 7

    Volunteers: 15

    Phone number: 0208 7720 521

    Address: Flat 8 Hitherlands 25 Lttle dimocks London SW12 9JN

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