* To provide workplace competencies that lead to sustainable employment through vocational training, life-skills and literacy education.
What We Do
Since inception in 2008 EDA's flagship program has been serving the orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) through a Children's home that was built to rescue, rehabilitate, educate and empower vulnerable children from streets, and dysfunctional families. This center has been met by much positive reception from the community.
In recent years, Elohim Development association has expanded its programs to include a community library and the practical skills training through vocational education to the youth having other cross cutting soft skills on sexual reproductive health and rights SRHR, through performing arts, financial literacy, and leadership to help these young women and girls especially in decision-making in their household, community and country.