What We Do
Self-Reliance and Community Mobilization
TASK seeks to have greater participation of local community people with their participation and commitment for sustainable development by helping communities to recognize and mobilize their own resources, skills, and in particular, to encourage Christians of the local churches and authorities to be involved in the development of their own communities.
TASK refers the families in the local community who have malnourished children, chronic diseases and pregnant women to use health services near to where they live.
Education and Rehabilitation
TASK will expand its HIV AIDS Education project into a Healthy Families project that provides non-formal education and training about life-skills, health, HIV/AIDS, gender, rights, relationships, parenting and families. This will help to empower people to be able to improve and have more control over their own lives.
The Teenage Drug User Rehabilitation Project and The Little Conquerors (for children with disabilities) continue to provide essential services to groups that would otherwise be forgotten or discriminated against.