B-Gifted Foundation is a non profit organization that uses creativity and technology to address human rights (including women and children's rights), environmental rights, enhance peace and sustainable development in Sierra Leone, whilst seeking to alleviate poverty through creative approaches. It was founded by a McGill University Sauvé Scholar, Andrew Benson Greene, Jr., for the purpose of helping the people of Sierra Leone rebuild their lives and establish a society based on nonviolent cooperation, following a decade of war and violence. Our program gives hope to the people for a future of sustainable development and human dignity by promoting friendship, peace, and collaboration." Our efforts in achieving this involves promoting social justice legislature, conducting non-violence workshops for people in Sierra Leone and other countries, organizing peace clubs in Schools, engaging women and young people in technology for global interaction and education, creativity and arts that foster peace, human rights and social justice.
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Our human rights and peace programs also helps our country's people who have been affected by a decade of war to develop their lives and communities.
On 10.10.10 the B-Gifted organization will create media in the form of videos as Public Service Announcement that calls to action the need to help the most vulnerable in Sierra Leone, women and children. The current focus is to help to raise awareness of the plight of amputee victims of the war who are now considered as forgotten victims and to help bring attention to their plights.
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