PAMJI - Worikambo Women’s and Youth Centre
Passion Mission and Jessica Initiative (PAMJI) is a non governmental body and non profit making organization which has been registered with the Registrar General Department of Ghana in the provision of health and education to the deprived rural communities of the Garu-Tempane District. PAMJI’s mission statement is to assist the poor and disadvantaged, promote development of all people, and to foster charity and justice throughout the Garu-Tempane District.
The objectives of the organization are:
- To provide health education, care and support in the following: HIV/ AIDS, WATER AND SANITATION, NUTRITION and MALARIA.
- Provide computer technology training to school age children and women for alternative income generation.
- To support long-term and equitable economic growth by supporting: economic growth, agriculture and trade.
Rampone Industries Provided direct support for the establishment of a women’s and youth centre in the Worikambo community to serve as a secondary learning facility and resource center. The primary projects of the center are computer training, vocational skills training and health education. PAMJI is currently working on the side of health, focusing on HIVAIDS and malaria education. Through a number of donors in the U.S., PAMJI was given four laptop computers to educate and promote computer literacy in Ghana. The centre will allow a safe and clean environment for training and operation of these computers. The center will benefit over 15,000 women and children in the community. This project aims to support the local women and youth in the Garu-Tempane District. The women and youth in the rural community of Worikambo do not have the opportunities as those of people in cities. The PAMJI Women’s and Youth Centre will bring those opportunities to the doorstep of Worikambo. PAMJI believes that Information Communication Technology is essential to economic and future growth.