General Education Programs

Hope Restoration Network

Hope Restoration Network

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About Us

1. Empowerment through education in Australia- providing sustainable community-based education for marginalised children, youth and adults 2. Removing barriers that keep girls out of school by supporting many girls become the first educated women in their families. 3. Producing educational materials and training teachers by partnering with schools, local leaders n governments

2.

Early intervention for Children Age 4-12 years old.

What is involved?

  • Creating a natural environment for the children to open and interact
  • Getting police clearance for volunteers who are talented instrumentalist and in music
  • Teach children various and less skills that will boost up their self esteem
  • Explain the program to parents
  • Showcase their acquired skills in quarterly seminars or meeting side by side with the youths in the “ substance abuse prevention program”
  • Engage them in group school homework discussions once a fortnight
  • Engage them in BBQ’s, Birthdays celebrations, quarterly and seasonal fun days

    Early intervention for Children Age 4-12 years old.

    What is involved?

  • Creating a natural environment for the children to open and interact
  • Getting police clearance for volunteers who are talented instrumentalist and in music
  • Teach children various and less skills that will boost up their self esteem
  • Explain the program to parents
  • Showcase their acquired skills in quarterly seminars or meeting side by side with the youths in the “ substance abuse prevention program”
  • Engage them in group school homework discussions once a fortnight
  • Engage them in BBQ’s, Birthdays celebrations, quarterly and seasonal fun days

3.

Youth Outreach (drug, alcohol and other elicit substance abuse Prevention and Rehabilitation

What is in involved: (voluntary Basis?)

  • Contacting youth between 13 and 21 who are unemployed and are found loitering around the streets of Liverpool, Fairfield, Cabramatta and Ingleburn either appearing drunk or homeless.
  • One on one assessment, identifying and recognizing their potentials, find alternative suggestions, counsel where possible, inviting them to be part of an active youth group in their areas that run programs that suite their interest.
  • Provide follow up seminars on juvenile delinquency, Violence, Drugs, Gambling addiction and how they affect the young people, community and the nation.
  • Provide them with bi-annual seminars on sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV/AIDS and their prevention.
  • Engaged and teach youth people in music, drama, musical instruments, and poetry a month and have them showcase their talents and newly acquired skills at a combined youth fellowship.
  • Getting them involved in developing new skills or polishing their acquired skills that can add value to their lives, their families and the community at large.
  • Provide a monthly meeting and fellowship where the young people will interact and demonstrate their acquired skills and share their experiences.
  • Run quarterly workshop seminars where vocational and tertiary education advisors discuss with the youth about options that are there to better their lives.
  • Engage the youth in organizing youth fun days and other outings twice a year.
  • Link them with other youth groups in organized conferences and youth camps.
  • Provide short term accommodation where possible whilst long term and permanent solutions are being sorted(this is rare)

4.

  1. Offer care and assistance to those experiencing severe to moderate poverty, destitution, suffering or misfortune. ( Target Group: all members of the community)

Objectives:

  • That people in severe to moderate financial and material crisis have access to short term emergency relief assistance
  • That individuals seeking emergency relief are supported to attain self-reliance
  • That all people seeking support are received and treated with respect and dignity

5.

International Activities

  1. Supporting orphanages and supporting widows, hospitals and age care in 3 countries in Africa and 2 in Asia-Pacific countries
  2. Supporting disadvantage but brilliant students in those countries under our program, “ empowering our future generation”
  3. Building peace and cohesion amongst troubled tribes by enacting the HRN Australia model in cross-cultural bond program and is working effectively. Reconciliation and bonding are taking place

Quick Facts About The Region

Hope Restoration Network is located in the suburb of Toongabbie, the council of Parramatta and the federal electorate of Parramatta.