Those in ICM’s programs have lived in extreme poverty their entire lives. Providing jobs or food or access to clean water isn’t enough. They also need education. They need better hygiene and health practices. They need access to medical care. They need a community of sustained support. They need to know there is a way out. They need hope.
ICM’s Transform Program is designed to address the holistic needs of those living in such adversity. The centerpiece of the Transform Program is our VHL education curriculum emphasizing positive Values, Health practices and Livelihood skills.
Offered to 31 families in each community
One-on-one support for individuals in the program
Nearly 1 million packages of food to offset income lost by attendance
Required for access to government services
Access to free medical care and medication
Transformation is on the way
Having no formal education, Gonita thought she would never get the chance to learn. But, the ICM Transform Program