Working in a rural underserved community call for a hollistic approach to community development. URF has crafted such an approach to effectively work with the people of the communities in identifying critical challenges and diagnosing them with appropriate measures. To better understand the real needs of the community, you have to open up dialogue and let the voices of the people to be heard.
Our staff and volunteers make home visits to the children and women we serve to better understand how to support. On weekends, small workshops are conducted in the villages discussing various ranging from parenting skills, nutrition, to AIDS awareness; visits to the sick and transporting those who need help getting to hospital; building homes for child-headed families and the eldery, and much more as resources allow.