Organizations Filed Purposes:
To break the cycle of proverty through education and nutritional rehabilitation.
Nutritional and Health Program - Emergency nutritional and medical treatment of extremely malnourished children for return to their families of origin following an average stay of 8 months of rehabilitation, includes nutritional education, occasionally food and counseling of caregivers at least 60 children and their families received care through this program in 2017 walk-in health services, medicine and specialized care when required, were provided to approzimately 3,500 in the campus clinic and to approximately 8,000 people in remote mountain villages.
Technical School - For education of the surrounding population approximately 193 students participated in technical school program in 2017.
Education - Including long-term boarding, nuturing, clothing,psychological and medical care for 15 orphaned and abandoned children and support for 10 members of single mother led families, plus another 20 children of extreme poverty received education assistance and 13 students received assistance in secondary education and 5 received education at the university and professional leval.
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Aileen Z Jackson||President||40||$17,190|
|Anita Z Youngberg||Secretary||40||$13,000|
|Stephen Z Youngberg||Treasurer||40||$10,774|
|Dr Gary Harding||Director||1||$0|
|Dr Sheila Horsley||Director||1||$0|
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