A1. Strengthen the capacity of families to protect and care for OVC
Expected Outcome: Increased number of OVC taken care of within family set up and retained in these families throughout their childhood period
Expected Outputs and Activities;
a. Increased number of households taking care of orphans and vulnerable children enrolled in social safety net systems
Strengthen the capacity of families to protect and care for OVC
1: Food security: Proportion of households that are food insecure
2: Psychosocial well-being: Ratio of orphans to non-orphans with an adequate score for psychological health
3: Connectedness to an adult caregiver: The proportion of orphans who have a positive connection with primary caregiver
4: Succession planning: The proportion of children for whom a caregiver has been appointed in case of premature death of current caregiver. More
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What we BELIEVE
Statement of principles that guide our organization
KHI is a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization as recognized by the IRS, all donations are tax deductable
We are a member of Minnesota Council of Nonprofits, the largest association of nonprofit organization
100% of all donations goes to the implementation of the programs and KHI prides itself on spending
such gifts wisely and effectively
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"When one has to swim against the stream, there is all the force of the current driving him/her back. Unless a HELPING hand is held out to them, they will grow up in ignorance and drift into VICE and CRIME" -EG
How we do it
We have entered into a well-defined relationships with other organizations in order to achieve common goals. We have a close working association with:
Allina hospitals and Clinics
Live with Hope
Self Sustaining Orphanage
What if an orphanage didn't need to rely on donations to survive? What if it
could not only care for children in need but also revitalize the community
through socially conscious business practices.
Our goal is to bring this Kids Home to the point where they don't need
us at all and are thriving and self supporting. It's our further goal to
replicate this model so that other struggling orphanages can become self
sustaining and a source of life to the community they are in as well.
We estimate the cost of starting a biointensive farm that will provide
food for the children and to sell at local markets to be about $6500.
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