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Eric Kallon

Sierra Leone  
Foundation for children Youths and...
Joined September 2021
Interests: Citizenship & Identification, Community / Customary Land Rights, Education, Environmental Justice, Family, Gender-based violence, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Health, Housing Rights & Informal Settlements, Labor & Employment, Peace-building & Transitional Justice, Right to Information, Women's Rights
I am Eric Kallon from Sierra Leone west Africa. I am a graduate from Brigham Young university Idaho. I love engaging into advocacy programs campaigning for the right of citizens in my country. I love engaging youth in society to be self sufficient and self reliance. I am the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Foundation for children Youths and women's empowerment Sierra Leone. My aims is to continue to stand for human justice and Human right activists. I promise to work with in the best interest for the Voiceless and to help them reach their full potential. My organization has worked very hard in the area of child protection against abuse and exploitation in child trafficking, child labor, sexual penitration, Early marriage and sex for grades. We have worked in the area of women's empowerment justice for women and the fighting for the right of every citizens in Africa.
The mission of the organization is to do all within its power to extend the life cycle of these vulnerable and less privileged Children and young people’s in Sierra Leone through education, financial support, health Care, and child care, Vocational training in the areas of agriculture, skill training of different types, cottage industries and economic development. And with time legal interventions for Children, young peoples, and women in conflict with the law or those not offered enough protection under the law. And to reach out to the most vulnerably marginalized, abused, and exploited and disadvantaged; children and young people, for their emancipation and sustained integral development through an enabling, participatory and rights-based approach programs. We uphold the equal respect for human rights, freedoms and human dignity in our communities. Our vision as organization is to transformed the Children young youth/women, their attitudes and communities and the promotion and protection of the most marginalized, abused, exploited and disadvantaged Youths, Children/women and their communities.
The general goal of this organisation is to remove children/women and young peoples from the street and place them in useful alternative activities in formal and non-formal Education and skills training centers.

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