Youth Development

Ahiara Development Union USA Inc

  • Houston, TX
  • www.ahiara.org

Mission Statement

Our organization fulfills the following needs: Education - We provide computer training, reading and writing English and Igbo Languages, after school program, discourgaes school dropout, encourage students to stay in school and to study hard for their future, englightment, etc Family Bond - Every family to be united and parents to raise their children good and children will in turn support their parents during their old age. Economic Empowerment of Youths - Provide job training and business management skills to our poor community so that our youths will become enterprising and help to create jobs and provide jobs to other needy citizens in the community.Also, networking and alliance building, partnership development, capacity building, community development, socialization, small enterprise development, sharing of resources, and small business workshogood drinking water, clothes, and personal care items. Healthcare - Prevention of deadly diseases, and to take care of the sick. We provide medicines, medical equipment and supplies, medical treament, counseling and health education materials, etc. We disengage and prevent youths and adults from high risk behaviors: Drugs and alcohol prevention, cigarette smoking, HIV/AIDS prevention and education, gang activities, school violence, and teenage pregancy. Cultural Enrichment - Know our roots. Our cultural enrichment program provides identity, who are we?, good upbringing of children, language, arts, and student exchange program. Sports and Recreation - Physical fitness. Youths Golden Voice - Talent search The Genuine Future Leadership Program - Our aim is to bring up a new crop of selfless, self-reliant, productive and academically sound leaders that will embrace and implement for our people, democratic values and principles, honesty and integrity, good morals, respect, disciplie, love for self and others, rule of lqw, care for others, and who will join in the making of a civil society and the world a better place for all.

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ruling year

2000

Principal Officer

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Mr. Tobias Ogu

Keywords

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Education, Healthcare, economic empowerment, job training, sports, student exchange, poverty, family bond, capacity building, computer science

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Also Known As

Adu USA

EIN

76-0633134

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Leadership Development (W70)

Educational Services and Schools - Other (B90)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Program 1

Our major operating programs are: Education - We provide computer training, reading and writing English and Igbo Languages, after school program, discourgaes school dropout, encourage students to stay in school and to study hard for their future, englightment, etc Family Bond - Every family to be united and parents to raise their children good and children will in turn support their parents during their old age. Economic Empowerment of Youths - Provide job training and business management skills to our poor community so that our youths will become enterprising and help to create jobs and provide jobs to other needy citizens in the community.Also, networking and alliance building, partnership development, capacity building, community development, socialization, small enterprise development, sharing of resources, and small business workshogood drinking water, clothes, and personal care items. Healthcare - Prevention of deadly diseases, and to take care of the sick. We provide medicines, medical equipment and supplies, medical treament, counseling and health education materials, etc. We disengage and prevent youths and adults from high risk behaviors: Drugs and alcohol prevention, cigarette smoking, HIV/AIDS prevention and education, gang activities, school violence, and teenage pregancy. Cultural Enrichment - Know our roots. Our cultural enrichment program provides identity, who are we?, good upbringing of children, language, arts, and student exchange program. Sports and Recreation - Physical fitness. Youths Golden Voice - Talent search The Genuine Future Leadership Program - Our aim is to bring up a new crop of selfless, self-reliant, productive and academically sound leaders that will embrace and implement for our people, democratic values and principles, honesty and integrity, good morals, respect, disciplie, love for self and others, rule of lqw, care for others, and who will join in the making of a civil society and the world a better place for all. We target children, teenagers, and youths in USA and Africa. The Genuine Future Leadership Program in Africa targets about 5,000 children and teenagers.

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Ahiara Development Union USA Inc

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Principal Officer

Mr. Tobias Ogu

BIO

Tobias G. Ogu - A ture community leader with deep love and respect for children, teenagers, and youths.

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