Worldview Mission (WM) was founded by Ms. Hélène H. Oord in 2007. In 2008, WM was registered as IRS-Taxed Exempt Status Subsidiary of Sidewalk University, New Jersey, USA. Worldview Mission through its founder, Ms. Helene Oord, remained a proud Ambassador to Project One Inc. with UN-ECOSOC Status during the years 2009 to 2011 and Ambassador to T. L. Lowery Foundation with UN-ECOSOC Status. Worldview Mission (WM) extended its outreach to Europe by registering itself with the Chamber of Commerce of Rotterdam, Holland in October 2011. Worldview Mission is also registered in Suriname (South America). Worldview Mission (WM) as non-profit is a member of United Nations CSO-NET (ECOSOC CIVIL Society Network, NGO Branch, New York).
Worldview Mission (WM) is a 501 (C) (3) Nonprofit (NGO). WM as Global Organization is connected to the United Nations and affiliated with a multitude of organizations in the world aiming to end the poverty and complies with the Statement of United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information (DPI) Mr. Kiyo Akasaka, by 2015. Worldview Mission complies with United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals to end poverty by 2015.
WM was instigated with a philosophy to support and collaborate with the humanitarian agencies throughout the globe in their effort to ensure basic human rights to the communities especially in third world countries. Based on the premise of universality of Human Rights, Worldview Mission is actively working to promote a Rights Based Approach in areas of Water Supply and Sanitation, Gender and Environment. For instance, we know that the United States is one of the richest counties in the world, still, 37 million people are poor, and from those 13 million children (19 percent of all children) under age eighteen live in families with incomes below the official poverty threshold.
Worldview Mission is on a mission to break the cycle of poverty in low economic communities by educating and preparing the youth to become leaders in their community and eventually extend their cause on a global level. Programs of Worldview Mission are directed to enhance self-direction, self-determination and self-regulation of our youth as oppose to just giving them a handout which constitutes merely an ephemeral solution, but not a solution to the problem.
The Vision Statement
“To improve the quality of life for the people living in poverty helping them to become self-sufficient and to facilitate global effort in meeting United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.”
- Eradicate poverty in communities around the globe and assisting those in need.
- Plan, design and implement comprehensive programs of economic and social growth and development.
- Enabling women and youth inclusion in development.
- Create an environment and implement programs that foster resilience, self-regulation, self-efficacy and leadership.
- Promote awareness and acceptance of basic human rights and diversity.
The Areas of Concern / Focus Areas
- Community Development
- Community Service and Volunteering
- Economic Development
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
- Family and Parenting
- Poverty and hunger
- Youth Court
- Human Rights
- Political Development
- Culture of Peace
- Youth Emancipation
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