Young people must grow up with the correct attitude of freedom, convinced that, "...a person is more precious for what one is than for what one has..."
By giving young people the opportunity to receive correct information and learn how to live by their values, we are enabling them to make the right choices and become responsible and respectful individuals
...Developing young people of Integrity, Service and Good Character - Responsible community members and Leaders of Today and Tomorrow.
Dare to be Different...Say NO to Negative Peer Influence!!!
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed young people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

Choose Freedom

Mildred facilitating a Choose Freedom session

A life skills centred program meant for older Secondary School students, aged between 13-15 years (Forms 3 to 6). Young people within this group are searching for opportunities to exercise their freedom, be it at home, in school or in the community. Misunderstanding of freedom has led young people to ignore advice from their parents, teachers, elders and community leaders. Consequently, youths get involved in drug and alcohol abuse, casual sex and promiscuous living – all in the name of wanting to exercise their freedom.

 

Why Choose Freedom

The Choose Freedom program was designed to enable youths to exercise their freedom positively; through cultivating good morals and sustaining them. The content, activities and approaches used in this program are very practical, easily adoptable and best suit the target group.

 

Aims of the Programme

•    Leon giving an input session to form 4 pupils at Kriste Mambo High SchoolTo provide youth an opportunity for open and vibrant discussions, allowing participants to air their views, disclose their feelings, fears and beliefs on particular topics.


•    To assist youths with good guidance and information on general life – related topics


•    To challenge youth to be responsible for their lives and those of others by making informed choices that build up good relationships at home, school, with peers and community at large.


•    To help each other become aware of, understand and appreciate God’s involvement in our lives and creating a good loving relationship with him, praying and obeying his commandments.