EMPOWERING YOUR REGION
COMMEET– FELLOWSHIP for COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT
- Do you see problems in your community that you would like to tackle? For instance, do you wish to include migrants in projects and processes, promote human rights or protect minors, or make improvements to your local educational possibilities?
- Would you like to get started soon, but are you unsure about how to do this?
- Do you know a couple of friends or colleagues who feel the same and want to work with you on such issues?
If so, you are ready to empower your own community! Scroll down and find out how COMMEET can help you.
The COMMEET Fellowship is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to assist you in your community empowerment. We maximize the success of your efforts by introducing a new first step: involving the local population in your initiative. It is not just the government, business people and educators that should make all the decisions. The local community, so you yourself, should be involved too!
This assures that your efforts are likely to be more successful than ever. So start working with our Toolkit for TVET and Entrepreneurship Training, or our Toolkit for the Inclusion of Migrants and Displaced Persons. A toolkit lists the crucial steps a community can take towards solving a particular problem it is facing. More toolkits, helping you address different issues in your community, will follow. Our toolkits are absolutely free! If you think our approach is valuable and you are considering joining us as a volunteer, check our About You page.
There you will find everything you need to know about COMMEET in the Volunteer Information Sheet.
WORK WITH US TOWARDS A WORLD WITH MORE SOLIDARITY
IF YOU ACCESS ONE OR BOTH OF OUR TOOLKITS, CAN YOU PLEASE LEAVE YOUR DETAILS ON OUR CONTACT PAGE? THANK YOU!
'Transformation is ongoing, talents are mind-blowing'
Ali Bukar Ahmad | Vice President RCE Kano | Kano - Nigeria
Things had to change in our region. We saw opportunities, but we did not know how to start. The method of COMMEET helped us. And look where we are now. Nowadays organisations approach us to participate.