About Granada Family
Granada Family Charity works by supporting local organisations to run low-cost, sustainable and replicable projects. This means that our projects continue to run long after we’ve set them up.
We develop our projects with young people – we discuss the issues, we help them develop their ideas and they make it happen. We make sure young voices are heard: we campaign, advocate and encourage young people to take on leadership roles in their communities.
We intend to make a very real and significant difference to the lives of many poor, sick and needy people.
Granada Family Charity's in African Countries
Granada Family Charity has ambitious plans for the next three years in four areas:
Enabling young people to make informed decisions around reproductive health and HIV/AIDS.
Many don’t understand how it is spread and believe there is no way to protect themselves from the virus.
Improving access to quality education.
50% of schoolchildren in Uganda do not complete their primary education and only 12% of young people enroll for secondary education.
Building the skills of young people to make safe, positive choices and to participate in the development of their communities.
12% of girls in Kenya drop out of school due to early pregnancy.
Improving access to quality, vocational and business skills training and to credit and land.
A hand-to-mouth existence leaves them and their children prone to chronic poverty.