Sunday, October 31, 2010
TITLE OF PROJECT 'WALKOUT'
PROJECT DATE SATURDAY,
PROJECT VENUE TEMA MUNICIPALITY
The project will through sports bring together children, youth and adults in the Tema Municipality to campaign against all forms of Indiscipline; child abuse, labour, trafficking, rape, murder, conflicts, wars and atrocities against humanity; and call for a total Walkout from these activities. Participants will undertake events such as Running, Walking, Soccer, Playing Cards, Tug of War, Horse Riding, and call for the commitment of all persons especially politicians and leaders of the land, children, young adults and to progress and development. Strengthening the appreciation and respect of human rights and empower young people to effectively deal with the challenges
The project seeks to enhance peaceful coexistence among the human populates and call for peace, unity and togetherness; in the family, schools, work places, communities, the nation and the world at large as the needed tool in the fight against Indiscipline. Promote the campaign against impunity; child abuse and labour; sexual abuse, commercialization and exploitation;
illicit drugs and child trafficking; children and youth involved in armed robbery and conflicts; and
other forms of evils in the various sectors of our society.
To campaign against all forms of indiscipline, impunity and atrocities against humanity especially,
children and youth. To enhance the promotion of peace, forgiveness and reconciliation as central to the development of the nation and the improvement in the quality of life.
To provide participants a forum to effectively disseminate information about corruption and, children and adolescence issues especially broken homes, school drops outs and HIV/AIDS.
To empower participants to model higher responsible behaviour in their schools, homes and the community and in the large Ghanaian society. To enhance the cooperation and collaboration between the Foundation, families and the community, lobby for their commitment and support for children and young adults rights, publications and funding of projects that will explore such areas as education and training on children and adolescence reproductive and health
"when the voice of the people become so loud the government has no alternative but to listen" Martin Luther King Jnr.
John F. Kennedy once observed that “our problems are man-made, therefore they may be solved by man.”
Kenneth Nana Amoateng
AYICC West African Coordinator
Ghana National Youth Coalition on Climate Change (GNYCCC)
P.O.BOX BT 1 Tema
Flat 1/A 74 Site 3
(OPP T.DC),Commmunit 1
I'm on assignment to my generation.