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Cradle of Hope for Relief and Development, ACCRA, Ghana

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Address: P. O. Box NB 754
ACCRA, 00233  
Ghana
Fax: +233 21 406648
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 20
Number of People Being Served: 1000

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Mission Statement


The mission is to make professional and accountable use of all available resources so as to transform deprived communities into places of knowledge and centers of productive economic activities, thereby creating an environment of equal opportunity for all

Description


Cradle of Hope for Relief and Development (CHRAD) is a refugee based Non Governmental Organization established to: ? To provide psycho-social counseling to an estimated 21,000 refugees at the settlement in order to deepen their culture of patriotism. ? To promote and uphold self-reliance, self-determination, self-esteem and self-worth among refugees and other deprived communities in Sub-Sahara Africa. ? To enable refugees in Sub-Saharan Africa to see their countries of origin / communities as a home to which they owe an individual patriotic obligation to rebuild, develop and protect at all time. ? To enable refugees in Sub-Saharan Africa (through consistent counseling) to overcome challenges facing their reluctance to return home even in time of peace. ? To assist refugees within the Sub-Sahara African in identifying and making good use of opportunities for self-advancement while in exile in order to prepare them professionally so as they could, in the near future, contribute to the rebuilding process of their damaged communities. ? To identify resources in support of various aspects of human resource, infrastructure and socio-economic well-being of refugees and other deprived communities in Sub -Sahara Africa. ? To identify and support sustainable programs for refugee children?s physical, social, emotional and intellectual growth. ? To support any form of organized and recognized repatriation program for refugees within the Sub-Saharan Africa to their home land / communities when peace is established.

Cradle of Hope for Relief and Development (CHRAD) is a refugee based Non Governmental Organization established to: ? To provide psycho-social counseling to an estimated 21,000 refugees at the settlement in order to deepen their culture of patriotism. ? To promote and uphold self-reliance, self-determination, self-esteem and self-worth among refugees and other deprived communities in Sub-Sahara Africa. ? To enable refugees in Sub-Saharan Africa to see their countries of origin / communities as a home to which they owe an individual patriotic obligation to rebuild, develop and protect at all time. ? To enable refugees in Sub-Saharan Africa (through consistent counseling) to overcome challenges facing their reluctance to return home even in time of peace. ? To assist refugees within the Sub-Sahara African in identifying and making good use of opportunities for self-advancement while in exile in order to prepare them professionally so as they could, in the near future, contribute to the rebuilding process of their damaged communities. ? To identify resources in support of various aspects of human resource, infrastructure and socio-economic well-being of refugees and other deprived communities in Sub -Sahara Africa. ? To identify and support sustainable programs for refugee children?s physical, social, emotional and intellectual growth. ? To support any form of organized and recognized repatriation program for refugees within the Sub-Saharan Africa to their home land / communities when peace is established.

Mission Statement: The mission is to make professional and accountable use of all available resources so as to transform deprived communities into places of knowledge and centers of productive economic activities, thereby creating an environment of equal opportunity for all

Organizational Statement of Faith


Cradle of Hope for Relief and Development is committed to transparancy and acountability.


Denominational Affiliations


Christian & Missionary Alliance


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Rehabilitation Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes