Project 411 facilitates the dissemination of information regarding the plight of Africans living with disabilities to the general public.
The SCHOPE program is our School Operations program during the course of a year, Exodus will adopt an academic institution that caters to students with impairments and disabilities. SCHOPE offers academic and other support to qualifying students.
CAMPABLE offers the opportunity to experience life as an average child without prejudice or embarrassment. CAMPABLE is our answer to providing life-changing experiences to children who have physical impairments. Activities range from discussion forums to story telling. The overall expectation is that each child forms new and lasting relationships.
Aligns with government entities to guarantee equal access to education, health care, housing, transportation, and employment regardless of disability status.
Exodus joins in the fight against HIV/AIDS to educate those living with disabilities and impairments about the disease. The number of Africans, adults and children, affected by HIV/AIDS is staggering. However, those living with disabilities have been excluded from outreach programs. HIV/AIDS has disabling effects, however; DIS-AIDS focuses on creating awareness to the susceptibility of the disabled to contract the disease.
This is an avenue for loved ones and care givers of people with disabilities or impairments to come together to talk openly, listen, and share their experiences with one another. The support group’s only goal is to generate mutual exchange or support for the families and friends of people with disabilities.