Who we are
Here at Action to Save Vulnerable Youth, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for all. Our decision making process is informed by comprehensive empirical studies and high quality data evaluation. The objective is to position Action to Save Vulnerable Youth as a leader in effective, high quality humanitarian response which places the needs and rights of vulnerable women and girls at the forefront of our efforts
- Our Vision is to impact the lives of vulnerable women, men, boy, and girls to have a peaceful and well orientated society.
- Our Mission is to ensure the needs of vulnerable individuals are met through education, agriculture, health, and capacity building.
- Our Core-Value is Transparency, Accountability, Integrity, Discipline and Diligence.
Our focus on women and girls reflects Action to Save Vulnerable Youth experience that empowering women and girls is a critical pathway to reduce vulnerability and poverty for the whole community, as well as being essential for achieving gender equality.
Driven by strong leadership and organization-wide commitment to our humanitarian mandate, our work will enable positive, transformation and changes in the lives of people affected by crisis
Our responses consistently uphold and defend humanitarian principles including non-discrimination and the targeting of assistance based on need alone, with our understanding of need based on sound gender analysis which helps us better meet the specific needs of men as well as women.Learn More
One Step at a Time.
With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Homeless Outreach is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact.
- Here, we are cared about the homeless in society.
- Here, we are concerned about the homeless in society.
- Here, we believe the little action we take daily are important to solving this serious challanges we are faced with. Only action can eradicate most of societal issus. Especially HOMELESS.
The saddened story of homelessness still exist and presence in every part of out society. And the fact still remains that little or no effort is being applied not because of no resouces but because of misappropriation of resouces.
Reinforcing our Commitment
In what we do, Safe Home is viewed as private and comfortable dwellings available for the temporary housing of victims of domestic violence and sexual assault to ensure safety of victims and any dependents until other arrangements can be made.
With the above view of Safe Home engraved in our heart, we strive to identify with victims by providing:
- Psycho-social counselling for survivors who were vulnerable to those societal challenges.
- Tips and lesson on how to live with stigmatization resulting from those societal challenges.
- Treatments and other material to help victims ease through their trauma.
Reinforcing our Commitment
Access to basic neccessities especially safe drinking water is a serious challange for those in the poor communities. These poor communities homes to those vulnerable youths, meaning they are the main victims of this challange. We at Action To Save Vulnerable Youth believed in poor communities engagements. By engaging those poor communities, we realize that:
- Establishment/Rehabilitation of hand pumps in rural communities to enable them have access to safe drinking water is a living saving situation.
- In most of these communities, people are drinking creek water which is very harmful for their health.
- Creeks water are not safe and can cause health problems because there will always be contamination.
Reinforcing our Commitment
We believed Education is very important for our every one, especially our young kids, without education, one can be exposed to some behavioral problems such as, difficulty getting along with peers, aggression, conduct disorder, feelings of anxiety, depression and low self-esteem.
We also believe that vulnerable youth are the main victims to these behavioural problems. That's why we believed taking action is the way we address these issues. We at Action To Save Vulnerable Youth have been playing our part by:
- Securing land and constructing school structures to rural communities because of the lack of access. .
- Providing educational material to those vulnerables.
- Providing clothing and meals to vulnerable youth at schools as to enable them feel comfortable while learning.
IMPACT LIVES BY TAKING ACTION NOW
Vulnerable youth becomes a vulnerable adult.
With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Homeless Outreach is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.
Conduct Outreach activities in Schools and Communities to educate Youth (girls) on Sexual and Reproductive Health. Reproductive Health is very essential to our society. Knowing Reproductive health in depth, we have areas of concentration. Please contact us for more info.
Education is very important for our young kids, having schools in our rural communities will make those in these communities to have access to education, which is their rights without posing harm or threats to their well-being. In most rural communities, children walk long distances to go to school which at times put them at risk.
Establishment/Rehabilitation of hand pumps in rural communities to enable them have access to safe drinking water. Also safe drinking water is another problem face by those living in Rural communities. In most of these communities, people are drinking creek water which is very harmful for their health. Please contact us for more info.
Establishment of a well equip modern libraries and computer labs (one within each counties of Liberia), this will aid students in doing their research and other academic works. Please contact us for more info.
Many covid-19 survivors will be left traumatized by their ICU experience. People who survive intensive care and the process of being put on a ventilator often suffer depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Please contact us for more info.
What we've done
- School Construction
- Educational Material
Our Hardworking Team
Jacob A. ShermanPresident/Founder
Davidetta MooreExecutive Director
Dennes M. DassinProgram Manager
Elliott S. AdekoyaCommunication Manager
Sinkor 20th Street, Monrovia, Liberia
+231 881 154 169
+231 881 154 170