To build the capacity of of less privileged persons, empowering women and promoting holistic child development in all aspects of their lives.
TEAP is a Capacity building, women empowerment and child development project, founded by several individuals who had concern about the suffering, needs and problems affecting women especially single teen mothers, orphans and vulnerable children. TEAP was first established as a Community based organization in 2014 and later upgraded to NGO.
Since its inception the organization has successfully provided capacity building training to 18 community based organizations which included 7 Churches, 4 local NGOs and 7 CBOs. Reached over 6,000 women of whom 273 are attending weekly meetings and being empowered in various matters. Providing shelter vulnerable women who are healing from prostitution. Giving micro business grants women for income generation grants. Giving all the 452 children education through our school in Lubango, four partner primary schools in Mukono and sponsoring the 41 secondary school students to complete their levels. Training of trainers, facilitating formation of action team and facilitating savings program.
Empowering women especially single mothers, Widows and those affected by HIV/AIDS to become self-sufficient and self-reliant Helping on HIV/AIDS projects ranging from peer education, care and support. Working with people with disabilities most especially children. Volunteer will as well help administrative, fundraising, teaching English, community outreach, medical clinics, and much more. We require no specific skills and our programs are open to all ages, groups and individuals.