Green Light International Trust Profile


This is what we stand for;

  • Improve financial and social needs to the less privileged members of society especially orphans, widows, and the disabled through provision of the necessary assistance to these vulnerable groups.
  • Promote the sustainable exploitation of indigenous and naturally occurring commodities.
  • Promote integrated rural development which protects against the degradation of the environment on the basis of production.
  • Facilitate the formation of commodity interest groups in collaboration with other relevant organizations.
  • Promote creation of employment for the less privileged in rural and urban communities.
  • To promote active participation in GLIT programs by the vulnerable groups for the programs to have a net positive effect to the local community.

Our business idea

Green Light International Trust with the mandate of changing lives through different interventions we have noted with concern following day to day clients that visits our offices, that many children that are born with multiple and severe disability are living terrible lives and failing to afford to attend the limited schools and homes that enhance their capabilities and potential. We therefore intend to open a sustainable shelter and a home for development.

Target population

Home for the below average children program targets children that have severe and multiple disability degrees those who are known with Below Average. We intend to open a sustainable shelter and a home of development that will lead to rehabilitation and survival skills. It is a serious conviction confrontation being experienced for such a cause to be fulfilled. GLIT is there standing as an intermediate between those living with disabilities and the whole society in bringing change within communities. It is the primary aim of the programme to transform lives of people in the society. The aim is to enhance the social and physical functioning of children with disabilities especially those below average and with severe disabilities. It is realised out of concern that most children with disabilities face a number of challenges that are not being addressed by the families of the victims due to constrains, negligent, stigmatisation and lack of exposure. The programme intends to enable these children to cope more effectively with their day to day social and physical activities.

The society at large will play a vital role in supporting these victims by showing them love and bringing up a family bonding. It is the responsibility of every member of the society to put a hand in assisting this group. The goal is to bring a smile on the faces of the children who have not grown up in a well versed society by bringing up a home with a positive environment.

The programme intends to bring change through a participatory approach to life changing activities that will lead to smiles being generated and, these activities will involve bringing in psychologists, technicians, therapists and nurse aids trained to work with a compassionate heart. These professionals do thereby charge high prices to help these children in their families, hence we believe by having these children in a well progressive environment will attract these professionals to take part in this life-changing sustainable shelter and home development programme.

As an organization, GLIT have moving devices such as wheelchairs, walkers and crutches which we donate since they are too expensive to be afforded by this clientele group on the market. It was however realized that these children do not lack moving devices only but they also require basic needs such as education, enhancing proper accommodation, food and clothes due to the socio-economic and environmental factors.



Source: Green Light International Trust

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