Shammah Empowerment Global Health – Charity for all

Shammah Empowerment Global Health – Charity for all

The Vision

We are a charity organization, we gather together with the perspective of reaching out to the less privileged in various approach as regards uplifting and uniting a nation. We are in various countries around the globe and especially in the Netherlands, and also we have our activities all stated out clearly as to aid a conducive environment to those we are liable to reach out to. At this moment we are a non-government organization, so our activities depend on donations. We are registered at the Chamber of Commerce. Our number is 709-425-95/000.

Our Goal

Our goal is to make people happy and to demonstrate that in union, we can reach out a hand to the less privileged. We started in the Netherlands and are spreading in different National and
Countries, such as Curaçao, Ghana, Kenya and are planning to continue in the other regions of
Africa.

Our History

We started in 2008, where we gather together with the youth in ‘Buurthuis Hollendrecht’. Here
the youth had the opportunity to come together and express their problems and frustrations and at the same time, they get trained as to empower and equip themselves, with various skill acquisitions. They come together each weekends with various facilitators to coach them.

We have grown, by doing and handling activities as regards giving food to the people with
necessity, giving them massage and also relaxing moments, like giving them food and something
to drink, while they color on paper and they talk about their pains and problems in the
Neighborhood center.

Also with children from the different neighborhoods, we do house activities with them. We
execute service and activities in different sections. We are working for the prosperity and dignity
of humanity. We are not part of any political movement, but we believe in the Holy Book.

Our Projections

We serve in health and care, education and social service. Especially we want to prepare training
for single women and for the children, we want to provide school and scholarship. There are
many vulnerable individuals walking round and we want to be the helping hand, for the ones we
can reach.

Our Projects

GHANA
We have visited Ghana and we went to the village “Ajei Kordura”. We also visited the children at the “Thomas collage”. There we have seen the necessity of the orphans. We provided food and clothes for them. Our plan in Ghana is to have a place, where we can take care of 50 children and where they have a place to sleep. A place where they can feel themselves, staying at home and where they can grow up, till the age of 18. In this house they can be teached to have a better future, where we can send them to school and we can teach them to plant. Our plan is to have separate rooms for boys and girls. They come together to eat and to do their homework. We want to do this project also in the village of “Apam”. Here many children do not go to school. It is our great desire, to give them a helping hand with your support.

KENYA
S.E.G.H. has also visited Kenya. Here we have the family “Stevens”, who took care of the people, who are in need. We help them with food and also a place where they can come together each week, to empower them in their talents. Concerning the youth who have children, we want to teach them in the school of beauty to make up hair and teach wellness, so they can stand on their own feet later. To continue with this noble project, we also need a building. We also give helping hands to children to enhance their writing and reading skills through teaching and offering good children educational structure and schemes.

CURAÇAO
S.E.G.H. is also in Curaçao, where we support families with food and clothes. We want to start
each week with a group of youth, who have little determination to take decision. It is of great
importance, to help them with courses, to empower them for the future.

We receive donations from different friends and acquaintances, but to reach further, we need
your help.

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