Improved quality of life through food security and health amongst JPV members and families
JPV seeks to foster partnership between the organization and the communities we work with, partnership between JPV and other related organizations and JPV and our supporters abroad. Partnership recognizes the importance of listening to and trusting each other or receiving as well as giving and of working together. JPV rejects relationships of dependency in favour of self-reliance
JPV serves and empowers poor, marginalised rural women and men, orphans and vulnerable children (OVC’s) who often have no access to good care, medication, sufficient food or sustainable sources of income. JPVs main target group of poor rural women is subject to abuse and neglect yet in many instances these women are still expected to provide care and support within the family. JPV has been responding to the issues of poverty, lack of food, unemployment, violation of rights and absence of good palliative and curative care for people living with HIV and AIDS and OVC’s.
The goal of these programme being an improved quality of life through food security and health amongst JPV members and families