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2016/2017
APOSTLE AGNES JACKSON
CEO: KIDS AND WISE
TEL: 0549221542/0232062617
LOC: TANTRA HILLS/ YELLOW
HOUSE.
EMAIL: bkagyeman17@yahoo.com
KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION
MOTTO: CHILDREN OF VISION JESUS GENERATION
KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION
MOTTO: CHILDREN OF VISION JESUS GENERATION
KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION
KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION
BUSINESS PLAN 2016/2017
To support underprivileged, Ghanaian children by upholding their basic human
rights, giving them opportunities and helping them to fulfil their lives’ potential
KWF,
P.O BOX 4912,
TANTRA HILLS-ACCRA,
GHANA.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
PROJECT SUMMARY
APPENDIX I: DIRECTOR’S/TRUSTEES ROLES
APPENDIX II:EXECUTIVES OF KWF
APPENDIX III: ORGANIZATION SUMMARY
APPENDIX IV:SUMMARY PLAN
APPENDIX V: SUB – ORGANIZATIONS OF KWF
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
It has come to our notice as a nonprofit organization that Half the population of Ghana is battling
with huge poverty crisis. Unemployment rate has also increased over the last four years.
Lot of students have completed school with no working skills only theoritical knowledge, some
children too have become school drop out since their parents are unable to pay for their school
fees. This is the urgent situation that we are facing in our country as a whole. These things has
contributed to the set back of the country’s development processed.
That is why We (Kids and Wise Foundation) have come up with building schools that will
develop leaders who will make changes in our country, increase entrepreneurs and employable
skills in the country and nation wide. Support advocates and less endowed children in our
society.
Kids and Wise Foundation have putting up a church to make the people in our locality draw
nearer to our maker and serve him diligently.
We have also opened a credit union that is helping the people to learn how to save to cater for
their children, our staffs provide advisory and training assistance for all the community members
on financial management. We have also created a training and fashion studio, that gives people
vocational skills in (sewing, catering and decorating). As the need for creating more jobs to
reduce unemployment rate in Ghana, Kids and Wise Foundation is also doing its best to provide
more businesses to employment a lot of people.
For the past six years that Kids and Wise started, we have not been able to touch more lives as
we aimed at doing, even though we have accomplished few plans that we proposed, financial
problems keeps slowing our plans.
We wish to expand our school that provides FREE and QUALITY Education to all the
community. We cannot afford lots of people at the moment because the school is small, that is
why we are making plans on expanding. Many children have been denied the right to education
due to lack of funds and this is a very painful situation. Most at times when people from class
four comes to enroll in our school to get a feel of our free education, we are unable to give them
admission, because our school ends at class three. Now we want to enroll many students, provide
more training to the students and children to be able to equip.
We are also planning of building an ICT and Recreational center that will both educate and
entertain the children. We believe that this positive impact that we want to have on these young
ones will go a long way to changing Ghana and the whole world.
So far Kids and Wise Foundation have been able to support about 60 young children, 17 youths
and 35 widows in our community. We also gave schorlaships to certain students, to go to school
without paying anything, which we took all their tuition expenses. Most at time students get
distrubed when they are constantly sacked from school. This kills their interest in learning, and
do not help them to be better in future that is why we give them schorlaships so that they will
have sound mind when they go to school to study. This i can say that Kids and Wise Foundaton
has really done well in our community and we are planning of coming to the public.
PROJECT SUMMARY
Kids and Wise Foundation have drawn numerous of plans that we wish to accomplish all with
the help of other institutions and make our country a better place to be. The following projects
are as follows:
Computer Training and ICT center Project
Youth form 44% of the targeted slums who are in need of some basic skills to become
productive and creative.
80% of the youth of the targeted communities lack skill to become producitve, creative and
innovative. In this condition OUR FIELD STAFFs have identified 500 poor community youth
(boys and girls) who expressed their interest to learn computer and set a career in computers.
We also identified that even about 35% of students who have the chance to get into schools have
little or no knowledge about ICT, since as said by one student, they do not constantly do ICT
practicals and they are always thought the same thing over and over again. They do not gain any
thing profitable that is why we want to build ICT centers that will give these children proper
training to make them producitve and creative.
OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT
 To provide computer literacy in software and hardware to 600 identified youth in Tantra
Hills, Yellow House, Israel, Lapaz and Mile 7.
 To train needy youth to become skilled, productive and creative in computer related jobs
 Raise awareness of the community as a whole.
PROJECT STRATEGY
The following methodology has been devised to achieve the above described objectives with the
following activities:
 A computer software training center would be started at Ankola.
 Unemployed youth would be trained in Computer literacy and basic hardware.
 Students will be provided quality education and practical orientation under a qualified
training instructor.
 Student would be provided training stipend to continue their computer education without
drop-out.
Computer project is aimed to literate 600 students. Computer literacy is needed to sharpen and
enhance their literacy and interest. These students lack access to computer education for reasons
like - they are from rural areas and it is not affordable for them to pay for the fees and buy course
materials.
PROJECT OUTCOMES
 Computer literacy would provide employment in software and hardware for 600
 identified unemployed youth in Accra.
 .The trained youth would become skilled, productive and creative in computer related
jobs.
 The targeted youth would have raise awareness of the community as a whole, including
the male members, on the constitutional and legal rights of girls to education and to
development.
 The potential of adolescent girls and boys would contribute to the development of the
community they belong to.
 The trained youth would develop the habit of savings and become self-reliant.
SUSTAINABILITY
The center would become sustained after three years of time by making it as production come
training center.
MONITORING REPORTING & EVALUATION
This computer literacy project would be monitored by the staff committee of KIDS AND WISE
TRAINING PERSONNELS and the same staff would report to the management board.
Concurrent evaluation would be done on monthly basis however an annual evaluation will be
done by the external agency with the support of KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION.
THE BUDGET
I. NON-RECURRING EXPENSES
PARTICULARS CALCULATION GH¢ US$
Dell Computers (5000 series All-in- one) $750x50 computers 148668.75 37500
Dell Ispiron 15 3000 series non-touch $230x30 laptops 27355.05 6900
UPS 600 VA $500x60 UPS 118935.00 30000
Laser Printer –HP $210 x5 4162.73 1050
Dot Matrix Printer $6500x2 51538.50 13000
Computer Tables & Chairs $1200x80 380592.00 96000
HP scanner $750x5 14866.88 3750
Internet pack $6000x15 356805.00 90000
Computer software Teaching & Education
software
198225.00 50000
Building Hall Buying it 3964500.00 $1000000
TOTAL 5265648.91 1328200
II. RECURRING EXPENSES
PARTICULARS CALCULATION GH¢ US$
Telephone connection $50000 x 7 connection x 12 months 16650900.00 4200,000
Computer Instructor $15000 x 10 staff x 12 months 7136100.00 1800000
Teaching Aids Teaching board 198225.00 50000
Training materials Stationeries $3000 x 12 months 142722.00 36000
Annual Maintenance $3000 x 50 Systemsx30 x 12 months 214083000.00 54000000
Miscellaneous Graduation & certification 198225.00 50000
TOTAL 238409172 60136000
GRAND TOTAL RECURRING x3YRS +NON-RECURR. 731024463 184392600
Appendix 1 –Directors/Trustees’ Roles
 Meetings: To chair meetings; sign minutes; sign legal documents; appoint committees
and deputies;
 Administration: To keep relevant records and archives; record minutes, read minutes at
meetings; ensure compliance with legislation; prepare regular activity reports;
disseminate information where necessary;
 Accounting: To keep good account of finances and assets of the organisation; balance
books of accounts; operate bank accounts; solicit for funds; keep financial records;
 Financial Planning: To research appropriate funding sources and develop grant
proposals for the organisation; conduct feasibility studies on any new
 project area; ensure adequate cash flow and reserves are kept; to assess and manage all
financial risks;
 Publicity: To mobilize members; publicise the organisation to potential volunteers and
donors; prepare publications and reports to donors and other interested parties; develop
and manage the organisation's social media sites;
 On-Site: To arrange maintenance and repair of property; procure such supplies and
utilities as required; ensure the beneficiaries are well cared for; to ensure the basic needs
of the beneficiaries are met including food, clothing, cleanliness and to record, assessand
treat the medical condition of the children;
 Staffing: To manage staff and volunteers; hire or take on employees or volunteers as
required; to release or dismiss employees or volunteers when necessary; arbitrate and
resolve staff disciplinary matters; comply with all employment legislation;
 Legal:To be accountable for formal submissions to Companies House and the Charities
Commission; and
 Other: Each director is also required, in addition to, or in the absence of any of the above
responsibilities, to do the following: contribute thoughtfully to discussions egarding
matters relevant to the organisation's objects; publicise the organisation and its activities
to potential volunteers and donors; and to liaise with the local community
APPENDIX II: EXECUTIVES OF KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION
POSITION NAMES
CEO/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR APOSTLE AGNES JACKSON
ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER PROPHET EDWARD OTENG
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT BISMARK JESUS AGYEMANG
TRAINING MANAGER
TRAINING MANAGER
TRAINING ASSISTANT
TRAINING ASSISTANT
KENNETH ODUM
STEPHEN OPPONG
MR. BAAH
................................
PROGRAMMES MANAGER
PROJECT ASSISTANT
PROJECT ASSISTANT
MR. PRINCE ADU-BOAHEN
NANA APPIANIN
JOSEPHINE JACKSON
SECRETARY
SECRETARY ASSISTANT
MRS. DOREEN AYENSU
MAMA BECKY
ADVISORY COORDINATOR
ADVISORY ASSISTANT
MICHEAL DADZIE
ANGELINA YEBOAH (ENO)
FINANCE MANAGER
FINANCE ASSISTANT
FINANCE SECRETARY
BISMARK JESUS AGYEMANG
STEPHEN OPPONG
MICHEALDADZIE
MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR
MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR
ASSIST.
MR. BAAH
.....................................
COMMUNICATION MANAGER
PUBLIC RELATION OFFICER
GIDEON AMPAW
KENNETH ODUM
FIELD STAFFS PASTOR AMOS ABOAGYE
MICHEAL ASIEDU
JOSEPH ASIEDU
.................................
...................................
..................................
POSITION NAMES
CEO/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR APOSTLE AGNES JACKSON
ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER PROPHET EDWARD OTENG
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT BISMARK JESUS AGYEMANG
TRAINING MANAGER
TRAINING MANAGER
TRAINING ASSISTANT
TRAINING ASSISTANT
KENNETH ODUM
STEPHEN OPPONG
MR. BAAH
................................
PROGRAMMES MANAGER
PROJECT ASSISTANT
PROJECT ASSISTANT
MR. PRINCE ADU-BOAHEN
NANA APPIANIN
JOSEPHINE JACKSON
SECRETARY
SECRETARY ASSISTANT
MRS. DOREEN AYENSU
MAMA BECKY
ADVISORY COORDINATOR
ADVISORY ASSISTANT
MICHEAL DADZIE
ANGELINA YEBOAH (ENO)
FINANCE MANAGER
FINANCE ASSISTANT
FINANCE SECRETARY
BISMARK JESUS AGYEMANG
STEPHEN OPPONG
MICHEALDADZIE
MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR
MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR
ASSIST.
MR. BAAH
.....................................
COMMUNICATION MANAGER
PUBLIC RELATION OFFICER
GIDEON AMPAW
KENNETH ODUM
FIELD STAFFS PASTOR AMOS ABOAGYE
MICHEAL ASIEDU
JOSEPH ASIEDU
.................................
...................................
..................................
APPENDIX III: ORGANIZATIONAL SUMMARY
AIM: To educate and support the less endowed children in our society and also support widows.
MISSION: To build strong partnerships and organize events to alleviate poverty and improve
child literacy in Ghana through innovation.
VISION: Is a world were people collaborate from businesses and individuals, so children will be
educated and no longer be school drop out.
MOTTO: Children Of Vision Jesus Generation.
OBJECTIVES:
 To achieve complete literacy and work for the promotion of education.
 To solicit and receive financial support from National and International Organizations for
welfare activities.
 To establish Libraries, Computer Centers,Orphanage Homes, Training Centers and for
promoting social and educational activities.
 To promote moral and ethical values through social and educational institutions for
developing an Ideal National character and inculcationg self-discipline.
 To work towards elimination of practice of child labour and to take appropriate steps for their
rehabilitation.
 To conduct educational, environmental and sociological studies.
 To promote use of Information & Communication Technology (ICT) for socio-economic
development of the community.
 To organise training and refresher programmes for the volunteers and officials of different
Non Government Organisations to strengthen the development skills of trainees through IEC
(information, education and communication) which they can use in the development sector.
 To disseminate information and knowledge, to edit, publish, and print literature and
documents, maintain libraries, and to organise seminars/ conference/ meetings etc.
 To promote participation of youth (unemployed as well as students) in income generation
activities.
 To establish educational, professional and vocational institutions that would strengthen the
developmental process.
 To organise lectures, seminars and workshops to help or strengthen the character building
process
APPENDIX IV: SUMMARY PLAN
2017 2018
INFRASTRUCTURE:
 Build a recreational center to help
the children to play and have more
fun.
 Build a training and fashion school to
train many people to become
entrepreneurs or will have
employable skills to reduce
unemployment.
 Build the ICT center for training
young and old computer skills to
become creative and productive.
 Expand our existing school to be able
to enroll lots of students
 To Upkeep and general maintenance of
all building and property
 To organize events to empower the
youth for a change.
 Explore funding for our next projects
 Support talented children to come out
successful.
STAFFING:
 Create a professional and salaried
post to oversee the strategic running
of the TRAINING CENTERS and
future areas of expansion
 Arrange external courses for
Managers in IT/management skills;
and give Assistant Managers in-
house IT training with experienced
Volunteers
 Continue staff reviews and
performance appraisal
 Continue onsite training for
Groundsmen and send one member
of staff on basic plumbing course.
 Update Medical / First Aid training
for all staff by a qualified nurse or
doctor
 Final year of training and support
for the Managers and Assistant
Managers,
 firmly establishing their roles/
responsibilities
APENDIX V: SUB-ORGANIZATIONS OF KWF
MINISTERS OF CHRIST FOUNDATION:
IT HAS BEEN PUT IN PLACE TO DO THE MAJOR EVENTS OF THE ORGANIZATION,
TRAIN AND PROMOTE KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION.
AIM: - The main aim is to raise the image of Ghanaian youths, make disciples for the kingdom
of God and promote Christianity.
MISSION: - To promote Christian values by ensuring cordial relationships among churches and
youth across Ghana and the globe.
VISION: - Our lives must be worthy of emulations by being the top priority and encouragement
for all.
MOTTO: - Promoting Religious Values
SLOGAN: - MCF!! (Response) For Christ We Live.
PURPOSE DE KLIEK (TRAINING AND FASHION STUDIO):
THIS IS ALSO A TRAINING COMPANY THAT WILL TRAIN ALL PERSONS IN THE
FIELD OF VOCATIONAL, CATERING AND DECORATING SERVICES.
AIM: To be increase creativity and productivity in our country.
MISSION: To reduce unemployment and and increase employable skills through our effective
training and assistance.

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Kids and wise foundation business plan 2016

  • 1. 2016/2017 APOSTLE AGNES JACKSON CEO: KIDS AND WISE TEL: 0549221542/0232062617 LOC: TANTRA HILLS/ YELLOW HOUSE. EMAIL: bkagyeman17@yahoo.com KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION MOTTO: CHILDREN OF VISION JESUS GENERATION KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION MOTTO: CHILDREN OF VISION JESUS GENERATION KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION
  • 2. KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION BUSINESS PLAN 2016/2017 To support underprivileged, Ghanaian children by upholding their basic human rights, giving them opportunities and helping them to fulfil their lives’ potential KWF, P.O BOX 4912, TANTRA HILLS-ACCRA, GHANA.
  • 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PROJECT SUMMARY APPENDIX I: DIRECTOR’S/TRUSTEES ROLES APPENDIX II:EXECUTIVES OF KWF APPENDIX III: ORGANIZATION SUMMARY APPENDIX IV:SUMMARY PLAN APPENDIX V: SUB – ORGANIZATIONS OF KWF
  • 4. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY It has come to our notice as a nonprofit organization that Half the population of Ghana is battling with huge poverty crisis. Unemployment rate has also increased over the last four years. Lot of students have completed school with no working skills only theoritical knowledge, some children too have become school drop out since their parents are unable to pay for their school fees. This is the urgent situation that we are facing in our country as a whole. These things has contributed to the set back of the country’s development processed. That is why We (Kids and Wise Foundation) have come up with building schools that will develop leaders who will make changes in our country, increase entrepreneurs and employable skills in the country and nation wide. Support advocates and less endowed children in our society. Kids and Wise Foundation have putting up a church to make the people in our locality draw nearer to our maker and serve him diligently. We have also opened a credit union that is helping the people to learn how to save to cater for their children, our staffs provide advisory and training assistance for all the community members on financial management. We have also created a training and fashion studio, that gives people vocational skills in (sewing, catering and decorating). As the need for creating more jobs to reduce unemployment rate in Ghana, Kids and Wise Foundation is also doing its best to provide more businesses to employment a lot of people. For the past six years that Kids and Wise started, we have not been able to touch more lives as we aimed at doing, even though we have accomplished few plans that we proposed, financial problems keeps slowing our plans. We wish to expand our school that provides FREE and QUALITY Education to all the community. We cannot afford lots of people at the moment because the school is small, that is why we are making plans on expanding. Many children have been denied the right to education due to lack of funds and this is a very painful situation. Most at times when people from class four comes to enroll in our school to get a feel of our free education, we are unable to give them admission, because our school ends at class three. Now we want to enroll many students, provide more training to the students and children to be able to equip. We are also planning of building an ICT and Recreational center that will both educate and entertain the children. We believe that this positive impact that we want to have on these young ones will go a long way to changing Ghana and the whole world. So far Kids and Wise Foundation have been able to support about 60 young children, 17 youths and 35 widows in our community. We also gave schorlaships to certain students, to go to school without paying anything, which we took all their tuition expenses. Most at time students get distrubed when they are constantly sacked from school. This kills their interest in learning, and do not help them to be better in future that is why we give them schorlaships so that they will have sound mind when they go to school to study. This i can say that Kids and Wise Foundaton has really done well in our community and we are planning of coming to the public.
  • 5. PROJECT SUMMARY Kids and Wise Foundation have drawn numerous of plans that we wish to accomplish all with the help of other institutions and make our country a better place to be. The following projects are as follows: Computer Training and ICT center Project Youth form 44% of the targeted slums who are in need of some basic skills to become productive and creative. 80% of the youth of the targeted communities lack skill to become producitve, creative and innovative. In this condition OUR FIELD STAFFs have identified 500 poor community youth (boys and girls) who expressed their interest to learn computer and set a career in computers. We also identified that even about 35% of students who have the chance to get into schools have little or no knowledge about ICT, since as said by one student, they do not constantly do ICT practicals and they are always thought the same thing over and over again. They do not gain any thing profitable that is why we want to build ICT centers that will give these children proper training to make them producitve and creative. OBJECTIVES OF THIS PROJECT  To provide computer literacy in software and hardware to 600 identified youth in Tantra Hills, Yellow House, Israel, Lapaz and Mile 7.  To train needy youth to become skilled, productive and creative in computer related jobs  Raise awareness of the community as a whole. PROJECT STRATEGY The following methodology has been devised to achieve the above described objectives with the following activities:  A computer software training center would be started at Ankola.  Unemployed youth would be trained in Computer literacy and basic hardware.  Students will be provided quality education and practical orientation under a qualified training instructor.  Student would be provided training stipend to continue their computer education without drop-out. Computer project is aimed to literate 600 students. Computer literacy is needed to sharpen and enhance their literacy and interest. These students lack access to computer education for reasons like - they are from rural areas and it is not affordable for them to pay for the fees and buy course materials. PROJECT OUTCOMES  Computer literacy would provide employment in software and hardware for 600
  • 6.  identified unemployed youth in Accra.  .The trained youth would become skilled, productive and creative in computer related jobs.  The targeted youth would have raise awareness of the community as a whole, including the male members, on the constitutional and legal rights of girls to education and to development.  The potential of adolescent girls and boys would contribute to the development of the community they belong to.  The trained youth would develop the habit of savings and become self-reliant. SUSTAINABILITY The center would become sustained after three years of time by making it as production come training center. MONITORING REPORTING & EVALUATION This computer literacy project would be monitored by the staff committee of KIDS AND WISE TRAINING PERSONNELS and the same staff would report to the management board. Concurrent evaluation would be done on monthly basis however an annual evaluation will be done by the external agency with the support of KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION.
  • 7. THE BUDGET I. NON-RECURRING EXPENSES PARTICULARS CALCULATION GH¢ US$ Dell Computers (5000 series All-in- one) $750x50 computers 148668.75 37500 Dell Ispiron 15 3000 series non-touch $230x30 laptops 27355.05 6900 UPS 600 VA $500x60 UPS 118935.00 30000 Laser Printer –HP $210 x5 4162.73 1050 Dot Matrix Printer $6500x2 51538.50 13000 Computer Tables & Chairs $1200x80 380592.00 96000 HP scanner $750x5 14866.88 3750 Internet pack $6000x15 356805.00 90000 Computer software Teaching & Education software 198225.00 50000 Building Hall Buying it 3964500.00 $1000000 TOTAL 5265648.91 1328200 II. RECURRING EXPENSES PARTICULARS CALCULATION GH¢ US$ Telephone connection $50000 x 7 connection x 12 months 16650900.00 4200,000 Computer Instructor $15000 x 10 staff x 12 months 7136100.00 1800000 Teaching Aids Teaching board 198225.00 50000 Training materials Stationeries $3000 x 12 months 142722.00 36000 Annual Maintenance $3000 x 50 Systemsx30 x 12 months 214083000.00 54000000 Miscellaneous Graduation & certification 198225.00 50000 TOTAL 238409172 60136000 GRAND TOTAL RECURRING x3YRS +NON-RECURR. 731024463 184392600
  • 8. Appendix 1 –Directors/Trustees’ Roles  Meetings: To chair meetings; sign minutes; sign legal documents; appoint committees and deputies;  Administration: To keep relevant records and archives; record minutes, read minutes at meetings; ensure compliance with legislation; prepare regular activity reports; disseminate information where necessary;  Accounting: To keep good account of finances and assets of the organisation; balance books of accounts; operate bank accounts; solicit for funds; keep financial records;  Financial Planning: To research appropriate funding sources and develop grant proposals for the organisation; conduct feasibility studies on any new  project area; ensure adequate cash flow and reserves are kept; to assess and manage all financial risks;  Publicity: To mobilize members; publicise the organisation to potential volunteers and donors; prepare publications and reports to donors and other interested parties; develop and manage the organisation's social media sites;  On-Site: To arrange maintenance and repair of property; procure such supplies and utilities as required; ensure the beneficiaries are well cared for; to ensure the basic needs of the beneficiaries are met including food, clothing, cleanliness and to record, assessand treat the medical condition of the children;  Staffing: To manage staff and volunteers; hire or take on employees or volunteers as required; to release or dismiss employees or volunteers when necessary; arbitrate and resolve staff disciplinary matters; comply with all employment legislation;  Legal:To be accountable for formal submissions to Companies House and the Charities Commission; and  Other: Each director is also required, in addition to, or in the absence of any of the above responsibilities, to do the following: contribute thoughtfully to discussions egarding matters relevant to the organisation's objects; publicise the organisation and its activities to potential volunteers and donors; and to liaise with the local community
  • 9. APPENDIX II: EXECUTIVES OF KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION POSITION NAMES CEO/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR APOSTLE AGNES JACKSON ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER PROPHET EDWARD OTENG ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT BISMARK JESUS AGYEMANG TRAINING MANAGER TRAINING MANAGER TRAINING ASSISTANT TRAINING ASSISTANT KENNETH ODUM STEPHEN OPPONG MR. BAAH ................................ PROGRAMMES MANAGER PROJECT ASSISTANT PROJECT ASSISTANT MR. PRINCE ADU-BOAHEN NANA APPIANIN JOSEPHINE JACKSON SECRETARY SECRETARY ASSISTANT MRS. DOREEN AYENSU MAMA BECKY ADVISORY COORDINATOR ADVISORY ASSISTANT MICHEAL DADZIE ANGELINA YEBOAH (ENO) FINANCE MANAGER FINANCE ASSISTANT FINANCE SECRETARY BISMARK JESUS AGYEMANG STEPHEN OPPONG MICHEALDADZIE MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR ASSIST. MR. BAAH ..................................... COMMUNICATION MANAGER PUBLIC RELATION OFFICER GIDEON AMPAW KENNETH ODUM FIELD STAFFS PASTOR AMOS ABOAGYE MICHEAL ASIEDU JOSEPH ASIEDU ................................. ................................... .................................. POSITION NAMES CEO/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR APOSTLE AGNES JACKSON ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER PROPHET EDWARD OTENG ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT BISMARK JESUS AGYEMANG TRAINING MANAGER TRAINING MANAGER TRAINING ASSISTANT TRAINING ASSISTANT KENNETH ODUM STEPHEN OPPONG MR. BAAH ................................ PROGRAMMES MANAGER PROJECT ASSISTANT PROJECT ASSISTANT MR. PRINCE ADU-BOAHEN NANA APPIANIN JOSEPHINE JACKSON SECRETARY SECRETARY ASSISTANT MRS. DOREEN AYENSU MAMA BECKY ADVISORY COORDINATOR ADVISORY ASSISTANT MICHEAL DADZIE ANGELINA YEBOAH (ENO) FINANCE MANAGER FINANCE ASSISTANT FINANCE SECRETARY BISMARK JESUS AGYEMANG STEPHEN OPPONG MICHEALDADZIE MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR ASSIST. MR. BAAH ..................................... COMMUNICATION MANAGER PUBLIC RELATION OFFICER GIDEON AMPAW KENNETH ODUM FIELD STAFFS PASTOR AMOS ABOAGYE MICHEAL ASIEDU JOSEPH ASIEDU ................................. ................................... ..................................
  • 10. APPENDIX III: ORGANIZATIONAL SUMMARY AIM: To educate and support the less endowed children in our society and also support widows. MISSION: To build strong partnerships and organize events to alleviate poverty and improve child literacy in Ghana through innovation. VISION: Is a world were people collaborate from businesses and individuals, so children will be educated and no longer be school drop out. MOTTO: Children Of Vision Jesus Generation. OBJECTIVES:  To achieve complete literacy and work for the promotion of education.  To solicit and receive financial support from National and International Organizations for welfare activities.  To establish Libraries, Computer Centers,Orphanage Homes, Training Centers and for promoting social and educational activities.  To promote moral and ethical values through social and educational institutions for developing an Ideal National character and inculcationg self-discipline.  To work towards elimination of practice of child labour and to take appropriate steps for their rehabilitation.  To conduct educational, environmental and sociological studies.  To promote use of Information & Communication Technology (ICT) for socio-economic development of the community.  To organise training and refresher programmes for the volunteers and officials of different Non Government Organisations to strengthen the development skills of trainees through IEC (information, education and communication) which they can use in the development sector.  To disseminate information and knowledge, to edit, publish, and print literature and documents, maintain libraries, and to organise seminars/ conference/ meetings etc.  To promote participation of youth (unemployed as well as students) in income generation activities.  To establish educational, professional and vocational institutions that would strengthen the developmental process.  To organise lectures, seminars and workshops to help or strengthen the character building process
  • 11. APPENDIX IV: SUMMARY PLAN 2017 2018 INFRASTRUCTURE:  Build a recreational center to help the children to play and have more fun.  Build a training and fashion school to train many people to become entrepreneurs or will have employable skills to reduce unemployment.  Build the ICT center for training young and old computer skills to become creative and productive.  Expand our existing school to be able to enroll lots of students  To Upkeep and general maintenance of all building and property  To organize events to empower the youth for a change.  Explore funding for our next projects  Support talented children to come out successful. STAFFING:  Create a professional and salaried post to oversee the strategic running of the TRAINING CENTERS and future areas of expansion  Arrange external courses for Managers in IT/management skills; and give Assistant Managers in- house IT training with experienced Volunteers  Continue staff reviews and performance appraisal  Continue onsite training for Groundsmen and send one member of staff on basic plumbing course.  Update Medical / First Aid training for all staff by a qualified nurse or doctor  Final year of training and support for the Managers and Assistant Managers,  firmly establishing their roles/ responsibilities
  • 12. APENDIX V: SUB-ORGANIZATIONS OF KWF MINISTERS OF CHRIST FOUNDATION: IT HAS BEEN PUT IN PLACE TO DO THE MAJOR EVENTS OF THE ORGANIZATION, TRAIN AND PROMOTE KIDS AND WISE FOUNDATION. AIM: - The main aim is to raise the image of Ghanaian youths, make disciples for the kingdom of God and promote Christianity. MISSION: - To promote Christian values by ensuring cordial relationships among churches and youth across Ghana and the globe. VISION: - Our lives must be worthy of emulations by being the top priority and encouragement for all. MOTTO: - Promoting Religious Values SLOGAN: - MCF!! (Response) For Christ We Live. PURPOSE DE KLIEK (TRAINING AND FASHION STUDIO): THIS IS ALSO A TRAINING COMPANY THAT WILL TRAIN ALL PERSONS IN THE FIELD OF VOCATIONAL, CATERING AND DECORATING SERVICES. AIM: To be increase creativity and productivity in our country. MISSION: To reduce unemployment and and increase employable skills through our effective training and assistance.