Mission and Background

Provide qualitative sustainable educational initiatives towards enhancing the dignity and pride of humanity;
reduce poverty, disease and minimize global conflicts through unearthing of the inherent potentials in the individual.

Organizational Objectives:
To strengthen rural, peri-urban and urban women and youths capacity in the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals,
specifically those related to Environmental health, Malaria, TB/HIV/AIDS, other health issues, education and gender;
To generate wider commitment among communities to contribute to the development of knowledge and skills on projects and programme for sustainability To strengthen rural, peri-urban and urban women and youth’s capacity in policy and actions aimed at adapting to the impacts of water, sanitation, climate change and environmental disaster POM identifies and support income generating activities among rural poor, empower women, youth and children for self and community development To strengthen human rights, monitoring arrangements and especially educate on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and its four principles:

1. Right to life, survival, and development
2. Right to be treated equally
3. Right to participate in activities and decisions that affect them
4. All actions should be based on the “best interest” of the child

On-going activities

POM is currently delivering programs through five main projects:
TB/HIV advocacy and Behavior Change Communication Education
Education and Support for Organic Farming and Tree Planting
Distribution of books on Water and Environment
Care and Support for PLWHAs and TB clients
Orphans Vulnerable Children (OVC)
In line with POM's efforts to build community ownership and participation, beneficiaries are selected,
and programs are managed by committees comprised of community members and Key stakeholders.
The implementation of OIC Training Centers in America birthed OIC International (OICI).
Five years after the first OIC training center was established in Philadelphia,
an affiliate OIC was launched at the request of Africans who wished to implement in their own countries the OIC training model that had proven successful in the United States.
The first OIC affiliate programs started in Nigeria, Ghana and Ethiopia in 1970 and similar programs soon followed in other parts of Africa and elsewhere in the world.


• HIV/AIDS Education in Dansoman, Kasoa, Bawjiase, Awutu, Bontrase and Senya for 12,000 persons from April 2003 till date
• Care and support for 30 PLHIV in Dansoman and Kasoa from October 2007 till date
• Completed Skills Training for 101 unemployed youth in Bawjiase & Accra from November 2003-2006
• Care and support for 70 Orphans Vulnerable Children from October 2006 till date
• Orphans Vulnerable Children - sent to OIC school in Accra from 2006 till date
• Tuberculosis Prevention and Control program in Okai-Kai Sub-Metro, Oblogo in Ga District and Kasoa, Bawjiase, Awutu, Bontrase and Senya 2005 till date
• Clinical Support to Awutu Health Centre 2004
• Mobilized 195 single parent traders and PLHIV for onward micro finance in Kaneshie and Dansoman 2005 till date
Malaria Prevention and Control program in Ablekuma Sub-Metro, Awutu-Senya District and Effutu Municipality from 2006 till date
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