Background - Local NGOs proliferated in the vacuum throughout the country by setting themselves up as social service delivery agents. They addressed the areas of agriculture extension, public health, education, water and sanitation, vocational training, micro-credit schemes, human right, women's income generating schemes, gender balance, care of orphanages, peace building schemes and rehabilitation of community infrastructures. I Care Children’s Foundation strives to be the foremost & leading provider first class care to children, youth & women in distress. ICCF’s methodology is to achieve our desired objectives as stated below...
At ICCF we have one of our organization's main focus policy is the development & skills training of youth, underprivileged children and empowering women, by helping all that need help regardless of age, tribe, etc. The most pressing needs of the groups are identified through meetings with community leaders and possible solutions are worked out in partnership with them.
Primary - To focus on the needs of society, community and providing support structures to address those needs in terms of acquisition skills and reaching out to those with social problems, children suffering from HIV AIDS and the consequences thereof, providing assistance to the disabled and elderly, assist poor families through providing food, clothing, education, etc. To assist single mothers to care for their children.
Secondary - To create awareness of the gravity of the above mentioned problems, setup a one stop counseling centre, feeding schemes and soup kitchens in poverty-stricken areas as well as to create employment opportunities in the community and to supply single mothers with the necessary skills to find employment and care for their children