To empower vulnerable and under-resourced single parents through skills training and dignified work, resulting in family reunification and family preservation.
We believe a relationship with Jesus Christ is the only cure for hurting souls, and His teachings through The Holy Bible are the answer for healing, restoration, and preservation.
We believe that we, the body of Christ, have a responsibility to not only “care for orphans,” but also prevent children from becoming orphans by caring for the God-given gift of families.
We believe family is God’s Plan A, and every family deserves the right to raise their children, no matter what the socioeconomic status is.
We believe single parents are strong, capable and play a crucial role in raising their children. We believe they desire to have dignified work to provide for their families in fulfilling, sustainable vocations.
We believe dignified work through skills and business training empowers the single parent to have choices, stability and safety in the family’s life.
We believe in clear communication and financial transparency, so that partners can invest in confidence.
We believe in telling the stories of life change in our single parents and their families with permission, dignity and respect.
EMPOWER: We desire for our single parents to experience empowerment to provide a safe home, school fees, healthy food, and medical care for their children as the result of fair wages and a sustainable business in their local community.
EQUIP: We desire to provide safe working environments where single parents can learn to their fullest ability, develop their relationship with Jesus Christ, experience community, and ultimately acquire parenting, business and budget skills to develop their family and business in a sustainable way.
REUNIFICATION: As a result of empowerment and equipping, Ufulu Groups will partner with local orphanages and Social Welfare, enabling parents to be reunified with their child(ren) in a healthy home environment.
PRESERVE: Ufulu Groups, alongside the local Social Welfare office, will identify at risk and vulnerable families with whom to partner, so that the family unit can remain intact.