In this partnership, World Vision Solomon Islands will provide technical support and funding to the Christian Care Centre for project a range of activities to be implemented by the CCC largely provide infrastructure and to build the capacity of the centre to deliver its services.
Under this MOU, the CCC to organize trauma counseling or child development is training, Recreational materials for children at the CCC and Vocational and Literacy training for CCC Clients.
At the signing ceremony that took place at the ACoM Conference room, the Director for World Vision Solomon Islands, Dr. Andrew Catford said while the relationship between the Church and WVSI has existed for some time, he is pleased that both parties have finally come to the point of signing the MOU to formally seal this partnership ant that WVSI looks forward to venturing into other areas of collaboration with the church (ACoM) to achieve common goals.
ACoM General Secretary, Dr. Abraham Hauriasi on behalf of the Church which is the governing body of the Christian Care Centre acknowledged the support of WVSI in building the capacity of the CCC to provide its services more effectively. He pointed out the centre is an integral part of the Church’s mission and that it has been carrying out it’s mission under quite challenging circumstances and hopes that the activities to be implemented under the MOU will further strengthen the work of the centre and its staff. The Memorandum comes into effect today, the 7th May 2014 will end on the 30th September 2015.