Teach them how to fish
We conduct women empowerment sessions called “Teach Them How To Fish” where we focus on inspiring positive change, improve health and livelihoods of Single mothers and Widows we serve.
Empower a Woman, Empower a Commmunity
We believe that when women are given the right tools for development they can thrive and the entire community will benefit. Under this program we provide skills training like weaving, sewing, tailoring, craftmaking, best farming practices.
You are Capable
The women go through sessions of Financial literacy, Life skills, Communication skills, leadership skills, Proper farming skills, Creative skills, and also form Saving and Investment clubs.
Our goal is to for many Widows and Single mothers to be trained as it provides a job for them and a way to provide for their families.
PKF Adult Literacy Program
Many women in rural areas do not know how to read and write. This has been a burden in supporting their kids with homework.They also color thumbs just to sign on a document.
At PKF we believe that Widows and Single mothers can represent themselves beyond a thumbprint. They can learn to read, write and communicate.
PKF operates an annual food support program called The PKF Christams Food support.
PKF usually gives out food items during the Christmas festive season and in seasons that call for immediate action such as the pandemic season to the families we serve and other underserved in the communities where we operate.
The vulnerable children households we serve are usually faced with food scarcity and no balanced diet because many do not earn a lot to support their families, but it worsened due to the pandemic because many were less prepared for an epidemic outbreak of this proportion, this therefore brought fears of more likely to experience higher mortality rates, high malnutrition and low immunity to disease, and especially worse for those with already compromised immunity like the chemotherapy patients we serve and those with HIV Aids.
We are pleased to continue serving the vulnerable through bridging gaps in Education, Health, Economic Empowerment, Entrepreneurship, Creative Arts, capacity building and International cultural exchange programs all of which are aimed to Treat, Educate and Empower for self-sustainability