Africa Youth for Peace and Development (AYPAD)


Youth on the Street Forum and Meeting with Stakeholders

Posted by Philip Salis Bangura on September 11, 2010 at 2:02 PM

On the 12 March 2009 AYPAD Organization in partnership with save the children and the coalition of Street Children organized one day Forum for street Children themed Disable also have the rights The forum commenced at one 10:30 am at the organization head office at the national stadium in Freetown In his opening remarks, Chairman of AYPAD, Mr. Dalton A.K Bull , also served chairman for the occasion, intimated his audience about the aims and objectives AYPAD organization, one of which, he said, was working to reform street children and youths. "We have always been in constant contact with the youth and children on the street as this will help us identify their problem , advocate and lobby to donor for them to chip in and give their support as these children are really struggling on the street of Freetown and the country as a whole

In his statement, the Project Coordinator, Philip Salis Bangura, said reflecting on last years forum though the Child Right Act was enacted since 1992, very little was done to address child rights violation in the country, And that a coalition to advocate, lobby and act as a pressure group to government and stake holders. he continued by saying that only five organization have shown interest and are working with AYPAD to address the issues of street children we are asking donors and stake holder to help these children. in fact we have even start our orphanage home at kwama in waterloo were we are taking care of 50 children presently and all the support we get is just from local people who sick the interest of these children.

Children later took turning in explains the plight and how best AYPAD organization has help transformed their lives.

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Reply SarahJaneSmith
12:47 PM on February 15, 2013 
My ex husband refinanced the house so he could buy me out my share of the house. The loan went through but the mortgage company is giving him the money. When I questioned this they said that it would have to be decided between us. I do not understand this . If he is buying me out wouldn't the money rightfully belong to me? how is is he is getting the house and half of my money as well. or I should say a portion of my own money? He wants to pay off his credit cards with my money.In our divorce decree it says property is to be decided among us. This looks like he is getting the money and the house as well. This leaves me with practically nothing.He shoud get the house I should get the money correct? Shoud I go back to the divorce lawyer to fight for my money? I am almost ready to tell the mortgage company to put my name back on the mortgage because the deal will be off unless he instruct them to put the money in my account. I took out a personal loan to have the house remodeled last year and to top that off it went over budget. The mortgage company needs to compensate me for that as well. My ex put no money into the remodeling nor did he buy any of the appliances in the house. The house was apraised at $230,000, therefor they are only giving $940,000
To me that is not a fair amount my loan was $12,000 but I had to come out of my pocket with additonal $3,000 for expenses I did see coming, such as a flooded basement. No money was put into this from my ex. Our divorce decree from the state of Virginia says property is to be decided among the party.Should I get the money and he the house? help!
Reply Masereka Yonah
3:06 PM on August 8, 2016 
Dear Friend,

BULHALHO FOUNDATION is a non Profitable making organization registered as community Based Organization (CBO) Under Karangura and Kabarole District Local Government registration Number: 004/6 to operate in the four districts of Rwenzori Region namely Kabarole, Bundibugyo, Ntoroko , Kasese Kyenjojo,Kamwenge and Kyegegwa Districts.
VISSION-An empowered and peaceful society that collectively support health, education and talent development.
MISSION-To promote educational initiatives, livelihood, and environmental protection and gender Equality through awareness, community action empowerment.
OBUJECTIVES-To contribute educational and vocational support to the vulnerable youth.
To contribute to 65% increase of peace building and conflict reconciliation initiatives.
To contribute educational and vocational support to the vulnerable youth.
To promote livelihoods and credit schemes among 80% of the total target youth and women population by 2021.
To contribute economic and social empowerment among most vulnerable population.
To contribute environmental protection and conservation among to the target population.
To contribute food security initiatives among the target vulnerable groups.
To promote gender equality initiatives amongst 70% of the target population by 2021.
Thank you very much for your services.
I look for word to hearing from.

MaserekaYonah-Director Bulhalho Foundation.