Short Term Projects






Short Term Projects
Short Term Projects
Short Term Projects

Short Term Projects

Humanitarian - Emergency Relief Program


Our Emergency Relief Program is designed to provide assistance to individuals or families in personal distress, or who are victims of a physical disaster.  We provided emergency relief to victims of flooding or natural disasters, by supplying them with basics such as blankets, clothing, bedding, food and clean water, as well as by creating mitigation plans for affected crops and recouping losses.

Capacity building

WRO coordinate capacity-building activities which promote sustainability through a ‘training of trainers’ programme for capacity building officers. We developed training manuals for training officers. These manuals were developed in part as a curriculum for the training of trainer’s programmes, and in part for use by individual local organizations to assist them in the ongoing process of developing their own capacity in many diverse disciplines.

Baseline Researches

WRO baseline research board provides high-quality research for the purposes of relevant and current policy change. WRO baseline research board is run by a Management Committee composed of experienced researchers and advocacy experts. WRO baseline research board’s work to date has focused on scientific water research, land degradation, domestic-industrial and mining chemical deposits, environmental issues et cetera.WRO baseline research board works with a wide variety of local, regional, and international partners in connection with the above areas.

Community development projects

WRO believes that communities are the heart of countries, states and nations. When families thrive; communities thrive.  Our organization is committed to working with local volunteers, businesses, agencies, churches and organizations who believe in building strong communities. In Africa, there are many communities where working-poor families struggle to put food on their tables. It’s in such situations that a free bag of groceries, nutritious market gardening is ideal, a free life-saving health screening, or even a food for work project to construct a community infrusture can serve as life-changing experiences that transform families and strengthen communities.

HIV and Aids Prevention

Watchman Relief Organization recognizes that poverty is at the core of the HIV epidemic and that HIV infected people and their families need income to survive. Further, WRO members cannot sustain their volunteer efforts and community mobilization activities without income to feed their own families. WRO management is committed to providing economic opportunities for clients and their caregivers, mature orphans by providing training in business skills and promoting income generating activities. Providing individuals with the tools which are necessary for income generation in a sound means of ensuring sustainability of project objectives. It leads to improved business skills, increased household income and savings, improved household food security, and reduced dependency. The ability and means to support oneself and family results in increased self esteem which is vital for people affected by HIV/AIDS.

Demography

Watchman Relief Organization engages its social and environmental scientists to collect and collate data on population, development and environments for the purpose of community development projects. Population, development and environment are inextricably linked and are critical to determining quality of life on Earth, now and for generations to come. Increasing poverty, overconsumption of resources in many nations, low status of women, inappropriate economic policies, rapid population growth and unsustainable use of natural resources are all interconnected. One quarter of the world's population -predominantly in the industrialized nations - consumes over 70%of the earth's resources and is responsible for most of the global environmental degradation. In addition, the implications of adding 95 to 100 million people annually to the world’s current population of 5.4 billion people are staggering and will place tremendous stress on the earth's ability to provide for basic human needs. Clearly, current patterns of consumption and distribution of people, wealth and natural resources are as much to blame for widespread environmental degradation as is the sheer number of people. Efforts to address population should focus on the root causes of poverty, migration and high fertility rates, such a slow status of women and girls, early ages of marriage, lack of education and health care, high child mortality rates, lack of access to family planning information and services for women, men and teenagers, etc. Addressing the consumption lifestyles of peoples and societies is equally important. Alleviating poverty, empowering women, increasing access to family planning and health care, ensuring human rights, developing more sustainable lifestyles in the some nations and improving international development policies are all critical to providing a decent quality of life for future generations, without causing irreversible damage to the environment. Watchman Relief engages its trained social and environmental scientists to carry out researches in communities and present reliable data which is important for community development projects.

Short Term Projects

Humanitarian - Emergency Relief Program


Our Emergency Relief Program is designed to provide assistance to individuals or families in personal distress, or who are victims of a physical disaster.  We provided emergency relief to victims of flooding or natural disasters, by supplying them with basics such as blankets, clothing, bedding, food and clean water, as well as by creating mitigation plans for affected crops and recouping losses.

Capacity building

WRO coordinate capacity-building activities which promote sustainability through a ‘training of trainers’ programme for capacity building officers. We developed training manuals for training officers. These manuals were developed in part as a curriculum for the training of trainer’s programmes, and in part for use by individual local organizations to assist them in the ongoing process of developing their own capacity in many diverse disciplines.

Baseline Researches

WRO baseline research board provides high-quality research for the purposes of relevant and current policy change. WRO baseline research board is run by a Management Committee composed of experienced researchers and advocacy experts. WRO baseline research board’s work to date has focused on scientific water research, land degradation, domestic-industrial and mining chemical deposits, environmental issues et cetera.WRO baseline research board works with a wide variety of local, regional, and international partners in connection with the above areas.

Community development projects

WRO believes that communities are the heart of countries, states and nations. When families thrive; communities thrive.  Our organization is committed to working with local volunteers, businesses, agencies, churches and organizations who believe in building strong communities. In Africa, there are many communities where working-poor families struggle to put food on their tables. It’s in such situations that a free bag of groceries, nutritious market gardening is ideal, a free life-saving health screening, or even a food for work project to construct a community infrusture can serve as life-changing experiences that transform families and strengthen communities.

HIV and Aids Prevention

Watchman Relief Organization recognizes that poverty is at the core of the HIV epidemic and that HIV infected people and their families need income to survive. Further, WRO members cannot sustain their volunteer efforts and community mobilization activities without income to feed their own families. WRO management is committed to providing economic opportunities for clients and their caregivers, mature orphans by providing training in business skills and promoting income generating activities. Providing individuals with the tools which are necessary for income generation in a sound means of ensuring sustainability of project objectives. It leads to improved business skills, increased household income and savings, improved household food security, and reduced dependency. The ability and means to support oneself and family results in increased self esteem which is vital for people affected by HIV/AIDS.

Demography

Watchman Relief Organization engages its social and environmental scientists to collect and collate data on population, development and environments for the purpose of community development projects. Population, development and environment are inextricably linked and are critical to determining quality of life on Earth, now and for generations to come. Increasing poverty, overconsumption of resources in many nations, low status of women, inappropriate economic policies, rapid population growth and unsustainable use of natural resources are all interconnected. One quarter of the world's population -predominantly in the industrialized nations - consumes over 70%of the earth's resources and is responsible for most of the global environmental degradation. In addition, the implications of adding 95 to 100 million people annually to the world’s current population of 5.4 billion people are staggering and will place tremendous stress on the earth's ability to provide for basic human needs. Clearly, current patterns of consumption and distribution of people, wealth and natural resources are as much to blame for widespread environmental degradation as is the sheer number of people. Efforts to address population should focus on the root causes of poverty, migration and high fertility rates, such a slow status of women and girls, early ages of marriage, lack of education and health care, high child mortality rates, lack of access to family planning information and services for women, men and teenagers, etc. Addressing the consumption lifestyles of peoples and societies is equally important. Alleviating poverty, empowering women, increasing access to family planning and health care, ensuring human rights, developing more sustainable lifestyles in the some nations and improving international development policies are all critical to providing a decent quality of life for future generations, without causing irreversible damage to the environment. Watchman Relief engages its trained social and environmental scientists to carry out researches in communities and present reliable data which is important for community development projects.

Short Term Projects

Humanitarian - Emergency Relief Program


Our Emergency Relief Program is designed to provide assistance to individuals or families in personal distress, or who are victims of a physical disaster.  We provided emergency relief to victims of flooding or natural disasters, by supplying them with basics such as blankets, clothing, bedding, food and clean water, as well as by creating mitigation plans for affected crops and recouping losses.

Capacity building

WRO coordinate capacity-building activities which promote sustainability through a ‘training of trainers’ programme for capacity building officers. We developed training manuals for training officers. These manuals were developed in part as a curriculum for the training of trainer’s programmes, and in part for use by individual local organizations to assist them in the ongoing process of developing their own capacity in many diverse disciplines.

Baseline Researches

WRO baseline research board provides high-quality research for the purposes of relevant and current policy change. WRO baseline research board is run by a Management Committee composed of experienced researchers and advocacy experts. WRO baseline research board’s work to date has focused on scientific water research, land degradation, domestic-industrial and mining chemical deposits, environmental issues et cetera.WRO baseline research board works with a wide variety of local, regional, and international partners in connection with the above areas.

Community development projects

WRO believes that communities are the heart of countries, states and nations. When families thrive; communities thrive.  Our organization is committed to working with local volunteers, businesses, agencies, churches and organizations who believe in building strong communities. In Africa, there are many communities where working-poor families struggle to put food on their tables. It’s in such situations that a free bag of groceries, nutritious market gardening is ideal, a free life-saving health screening, or even a food for work project to construct a community infrusture can serve as life-changing experiences that transform families and strengthen communities.

HIV and Aids Prevention

Watchman Relief Organization recognizes that poverty is at the core of the HIV epidemic and that HIV infected people and their families need income to survive. Further, WRO members cannot sustain their volunteer efforts and community mobilization activities without income to feed their own families. WRO management is committed to providing economic opportunities for clients and their caregivers, mature orphans by providing training in business skills and promoting income generating activities. Providing individuals with the tools which are necessary for income generation in a sound means of ensuring sustainability of project objectives. It leads to improved business skills, increased household income and savings, improved household food security, and reduced dependency. The ability and means to support oneself and family results in increased self esteem which is vital for people affected by HIV/AIDS.

Demography

Watchman Relief Organization engages its social and environmental scientists to collect and collate data on population, development and environments for the purpose of community development projects. Population, development and environment are inextricably linked and are critical to determining quality of life on Earth, now and for generations to come. Increasing poverty, overconsumption of resources in many nations, low status of women, inappropriate economic policies, rapid population growth and unsustainable use of natural resources are all interconnected. One quarter of the world's population -predominantly in the industrialized nations - consumes over 70%of the earth's resources and is responsible for most of the global environmental degradation. In addition, the implications of adding 95 to 100 million people annually to the world’s current population of 5.4 billion people are staggering and will place tremendous stress on the earth's ability to provide for basic human needs. Clearly, current patterns of consumption and distribution of people, wealth and natural resources are as much to blame for widespread environmental degradation as is the sheer number of people. Efforts to address population should focus on the root causes of poverty, migration and high fertility rates, such a slow status of women and girls, early ages of marriage, lack of education and health care, high child mortality rates, lack of access to family planning information and services for women, men and teenagers, etc. Addressing the consumption lifestyles of peoples and societies is equally important. Alleviating poverty, empowering women, increasing access to family planning and health care, ensuring human rights, developing more sustainable lifestyles in the some nations and improving international development policies are all critical to providing a decent quality of life for future generations, without causing irreversible damage to the environment. Watchman Relief engages its trained social and environmental scientists to carry out researches in communities and present reliable data which is important for community development projects.

Short Term Projects

Humanitarian - Emergency Relief Program


Our Emergency Relief Program is designed to provide assistance to individuals or families in personal distress, or who are victims of a physical disaster.  We provided emergency relief to victims of flooding or natural disasters, by supplying them with basics such as blankets, clothing, bedding, food and clean water, as well as by creating mitigation plans for affected crops and recouping losses.

Capacity building

WRO coordinate capacity-building activities which promote sustainability through a ‘training of trainers’ programme for capacity building officers. We developed training manuals for training officers. These manuals were developed in part as a curriculum for the training of trainer’s programmes, and in part for use by individual local organizations to assist them in the ongoing process of developing their own capacity in many diverse disciplines.

Baseline Researches

WRO baseline research board provides high-quality research for the purposes of relevant and current policy change. WRO baseline research board is run by a Management Committee composed of experienced researchers and advocacy experts. WRO baseline research board’s work to date has focused on scientific water research, land degradation, domestic-industrial and mining chemical deposits, environmental issues et cetera.WRO baseline research board works with a wide variety of local, regional, and international partners in connection with the above areas.

Community development projects

WRO believes that communities are the heart of countries, states and nations. When families thrive; communities thrive.  Our organization is committed to working with local volunteers, businesses, agencies, churches and organizations who believe in building strong communities. In Africa, there are many communities where working-poor families struggle to put food on their tables. It’s in such situations that a free bag of groceries, nutritious market gardening is ideal, a free life-saving health screening, or even a food for work project to construct a community infrusture can serve as life-changing experiences that transform families and strengthen communities.

HIV and Aids Prevention

Watchman Relief Organization recognizes that poverty is at the core of the HIV epidemic and that HIV infected people and their families need income to survive. Further, WRO members cannot sustain their volunteer efforts and community mobilization activities without income to feed their own families. WRO management is committed to providing economic opportunities for clients and their caregivers, mature orphans by providing training in business skills and promoting income generating activities. Providing individuals with the tools which are necessary for income generation in a sound means of ensuring sustainability of project objectives. It leads to improved business skills, increased household income and savings, improved household food security, and reduced dependency. The ability and means to support oneself and family results in increased self esteem which is vital for people affected by HIV/AIDS.

Demography

Watchman Relief Organization engages its social and environmental scientists to collect and collate data on population, development and environments for the purpose of community development projects. Population, development and environment are inextricably linked and are critical to determining quality of life on Earth, now and for generations to come. Increasing poverty, overconsumption of resources in many nations, low status of women, inappropriate economic policies, rapid population growth and unsustainable use of natural resources are all interconnected. One quarter of the world's population -predominantly in the industrialized nations - consumes over 70%of the earth's resources and is responsible for most of the global environmental degradation. In addition, the implications of adding 95 to 100 million people annually to the world’s current population of 5.4 billion people are staggering and will place tremendous stress on the earth's ability to provide for basic human needs. Clearly, current patterns of consumption and distribution of people, wealth and natural resources are as much to blame for widespread environmental degradation as is the sheer number of people. Efforts to address population should focus on the root causes of poverty, migration and high fertility rates, such a slow status of women and girls, early ages of marriage, lack of education and health care, high child mortality rates, lack of access to family planning information and services for women, men and teenagers, etc. Addressing the consumption lifestyles of peoples and societies is equally important. Alleviating poverty, empowering women, increasing access to family planning and health care, ensuring human rights, developing more sustainable lifestyles in the some nations and improving international development policies are all critical to providing a decent quality of life for future generations, without causing irreversible damage to the environment. Watchman Relief engages its trained social and environmental scientists to carry out researches in communities and present reliable data which is important for community development projects.