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Our Aims and Objectives

To advance education in Africa in particular but not exclusively for young girls. To develop the capacity & skills of the members of socially or economically disadvantaged communities in a way that they can identify and help meet their needs and participate more fully in society. Access to Healthcare, Advocacy, Promote equality and diversity.

What the charity does

  • Education – Training
  • The prevention or relief of poverty
  • Economic – Community – Development –
  • Employment
Who the charity helps
  • Children – Young people
  • Women – Girls
  • Elderly – Old people
  • People with disabilities
  • People of a particular ethnic origin
How the charity works
  • Makes grants to individuals
  • Provides human resources
  • Provides buildings – Facilities – Open space
  • Provides services
  • Provides Advocacy – Advice – Information

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Here are some videos of our success stories

Click on the videos below hear the personal stories of some of the individuals who were supported by Menelik Education.

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We are an organisation that works with Children, Women & Families

In many countries in Africa, children are threatened daily by poverty, illness, and illiteracy. Rural women face high rates of death in childbirth and almost all the responsibility for family care. The family structure is fragile and weakening due to various social and health issues, conflicts, and urbanisation. Menelik Education members support children in school, provide safe havens for orphans, advocate for funding for children’s issues. They work with hospitals and clinics across the country to prevent and treat fistula, work to prevent rape and trafficking, and help women start small businesses. Members help families, communities or groups, build sustainable solution for themselves, create employment opportunities, improve health and empowers communities, groups or individuals.

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Lancement du Portail de signalement des abus sur internet contre les enfants en RDC

L’ordinateur est source d’avantages incalculables pour les enfants du monde entier et le nombre de foyers connectés augmente chaque année. Début 2009, le monde comptait plus de 1,5 milliard de personnes connectées, contre moins de
200 millions au début de 1998.

Incontestablement, l’Internet a du bon. D’ores et déjà, cette technologie facilite grandement l’apprentissage et ouvre une
fenêtre sur le monde, que chacun peut utiliser à sa façon. L’Internet est aussi le lieu où se pratiquent diverses activités culturelles (entre autres, jeux et musique) très populaires parmi les jeunes.

Malheureusement, l’Internet a aussi des conséquences fortuites, imprévues et indésirables, dont certaines sont particulièrement préoccupantes pour la santé et la sécurité des enfants et des jeunes. L’Initiative de notre organisation en partenariat avec L’IWF a pour but de traiter de la cybersécurité dans son ensemble en examinant les questions sous plusieurs angles (juridique, technique, structurel et relatif aux procédures), ainsi qu’en mettant l’accent sur le renforcement des capacités et la coopération internationale.

Nos enfants sont notre avenir. Face à cette vérité universelle, et à la vulnérabilité toute particulière des jeunes dans le cyberespace, il est apparu comme une évidence qu’il fallait élaborer une initiative spécialisée pour les enfants, dans le
cadre élargi du Droits Des Enfants et des Jeunes.

LE PORTAIL / THE PORTAL

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The launch of the Internet abuse reporting portal against children in the DRC

The computer is bringing incalculable benefits to children around the world and the number of homes connected is increasing every year. At the beginning of 2009, the world had more than 1.5 billion connected people, compared to less than 200 million in early 1998.

Undeniably, the Internet is good. Already, this technology greatly facilitates learning and opens up a window on the world, which everyone can use in his own way. The Internet is also the place where various cultural activities (among other things, games, and music) are popular among young people.

Unfortunately, the Internet also has unintended, unforeseen and undesirable consequences, some of which are of particular concern for the health and safety of children and youth. The purpose of our partnership initiative with the IWF is to address cybersecurity as a whole by examining issues from multiple perspectives (legal, technical, structural and procedural), as well as focusing on capacity building and international cooperation.

Our children are our future. Faced with this universal truth, and with the particular vulnerability of young people in cyberspace, it became clear that a specialised initiative for children, for Expanding the Framework for the Rights of Children and Young People was necessary.

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DRC launchFred Langford, IWF Deputy CEO, and Theodore Menelik-Mfuni, Menelik Education CEO

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HELP US FUND-RAISE FOR OUR PROJECTS

Supporting is about how all of us as individuals, taking action on a small scale, can help to bring about huge changes for the better for those who are afflicted by poverty and disease in Africa. That is why we need as many people as possible to join together with us and help raise funds, which enable our projects to make a lasting difference to communities and families. It’s fundraising with the ultimate feel-good factor.

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“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.”

Nelson Mandela

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