CHILDREN INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
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The Children Integrated Development Services (CIDS) organization which was formerly known as CHILDREN IN CHRIST’S SERVICES (CICS) was established as a result of some young volunteers who lamented the sordid plight of child to family to community poverty, underprivileged and orphan children, high level of illiteracy, ignorance, sicknesses, infant and maternal mortality, violent acts against women and children. The war our country is currently fighting after the rebel civil is on poverty, Child poverty, and high level of illiteracy, hunger, poor health and sanitation.
The eleven years of rebel brutal war tragedy exacerbated an already critical humanitarian situation, whose negative effects still persist even many years after the war has come to an end. As a result of all these we decided to form this humanitarian organization to help tackle these issues. Founded in 2006 in Kambia Makama Village, Tainkatopa Makama Safrokoh (TMS) Chiefdom as a community based organization so as to address the social, health, agricultural, economic and developmental needs of the chiefdom. It is registered in Freetown with the government of Sierra Leone through the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs in 2008 with registration # 110, and also registered with the Port Loko District Council in 2009 with registration # PLDC/CBO/TMS/002 as CHILDREN IN CHRIST’S SERVICES (CICS). The name of this organization has been officially renamed in November 2009 to CHILDREN INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT SERVICES (CIDS).
INTRODUCTION: CIDS is a state registered non-governmental , non-profit, and non-denominational humanitarian organization with legal status to undertake developmental actions geared towards the development of underprivileged people most especially the children and their communities and also to end the child to family to community poverty, violence against women and children. CHILDREN INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT SERVICES has a well defined vision and mission stated below:
VISION: CIDS’ vision the world to be a place where human being standards of living could be improved to acceptable social and economic values.
MISSION: CIDS’ mission is to assist the underprivileged people especially the underprivileged and orphan children, and communities to develop in their effort to attain sustainable development and as a result improve their living standards.
AIMS: CIDS’ is especially dedicated to uplifting communities, women and children, thus break the child to family to community vicious cycle of poverty.
OBJECTIVES: 1. To embark on activities that will enhance the capacity of the underprivileged and orphan Children, thereby break the child to family to community vicious cycle of poverty. 2. To embark on activities that will provide safe drinking water for communities. 3. To embark on activities that will provide and promote health and sanitation in communities. 4. To establishing partnership between Village Based Groups (VBG) and enabling agencies for social change and development. 5. To embark on activities that will provide food (Agriculture) and clothing for the underprivileged and orphan children in Schools and communities. 6. To embark on activities that will provide and promote education for underprivileged and orphan children in communities. 7. To embark on activities that will promote and protect children’s rights in communities. 8. Embark on activities that will bring development to communities through children. 9. To embark on activities that will end child poverty 10. To embark on activities that will promote and empower community women and youth. 11. To embark on activities that will protect women and children against violent acts. . 12. To embark on countryside micro financing as to empower village women and youth. 13. To embark on activities that will provide solar lights for School going children and communities in the TMS Chiefdom.
AREAS OF INTERVENTION: a. Education. b. Health. c. Agriculture d. Water and Sanitation e. Ending child to family to community vicious cycle of poverty. f. Children. g. Skills training h. Micro finance i. Violence against women and children J. Solar lights for remote villages
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