A House for Life – A Better Way in Angola

We aim to empower and educate teens who grew up on the streets or in orphanages to live independent lives.

Strategic Philanthropy Project of the Menomadin Foundation in Angola: professional training and financial education tools for teens at risk.

Strategic Philanthropy Project of the Menomadin Foundation in Angola: professional training and financial education tools for teens at risk.

The Challenge

Angola’s current reality makes it difficult for many young people to leave the circle of street life and orphanages, towards financial and personal independence. Some do not have the necessary education needed to succeed, and many are unable to find proper employment.

The Opportunity

The project takes care of and oversees eight talented young adults, who have come out of the orphanage. Under the management of the Foundation’s Social Work Department, these young adults get apartments, jobs, professional training, and financial education tools that will teach them how to manage money and become independent in the future.

A House for Life – A Better Way in Angola: Xavier Narciso, the Director of the program, with trainee.

A House for Life – A Better Way in Angola: Xavier Narciso, the Director of the program, with trainee.

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