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CHILDREN INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, FREETOWN, Sierra Leone

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Address: 51 off upper philip street
FREETOWN, 0232  
Sierra Leone
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 30
Number of People Being Served: 15
EIN: 110

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Mission Statement


MISSION: CIDS’ mission is to support orphans, street children and children living in slum communities and remote rural areas through education. Women and communities in their effort to attain sustainable development and as a result improve their living standards. And to address community needs such as health, education, water and sanitation.

Description


CIDS is a state registered non-governmental , non-profit and non- religious humanitarian organization with legal status to undertake developmental actions geared towards the development and well being of children (Orphans, street and underprivileged children) and their communities through education and other means of development thereby reducing child labour, child poverty and violence against children and women.

CIDS is a state registered non-governmental , non-profit and non- religious humanitarian organization with legal status to undertake developmental actions geared towards the development and well being of children (Orphans, street and underprivileged children) and their communities through education and other means of development thereby reducing child labour, child poverty and violence against children and women.

Mission Statement: MISSION: CIDS’ mission is to support orphans, street children and children living in slum communities and remote rural areas through education. Women and communities in their effort to attain sustainable development and as a result improve their living standards. And to address community needs such as health, education, water and sanitation.

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