“Human trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked worldwide – including right here in the United States. It can happen in any community and victims can be any age, race, gender, or nationality.
Traffickers might use violence, manipulation, or false promises of well-paying jobs or romantic relationships to lure victims into trafficking situations.” dhs.gov Blue Campaign
National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888
The Female Development World Organization's Anti-Trafficking initiative is a comprehensive researched backed package of programs aimed at educating the most at-risk communities about the warning signs, identification, and prevention of human trafficking. By addressing trauma, educating community leaders like teachers and clergy, offering career training, college preparatory classes, and team activities, we believe that we can positively impact the number of children being trafficked and exploited in Florida.
The objective is to positively influence behaviors and create new habits in Communities and the Public/Private Sector of Jamaica. FDWO has engaged these sectors / communities to educate and empower them to separate plastic bottles for recycling and reduce plastic pollution. The organization is the liaison between grassroots communities and the Recycling Partners of Jamaica.
FDWO “Shape the Future of Waste” Campaign was launched in anticipation of Global Recycling Day March 18th, 2021 which allows community partners to join forces to increase the percentage of plastic bottles collected. The campaign will inform / educate on all recyclable materials and how to reuse and reduce your carbon footprint. Successful outcomes will be achieved through awareness campaigns and outreach programs
“The Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Hon. Daryl Vaz, noted that annually, Jamaica produces 800 million PET bottles, and that as of September 2019, only 20 per cent was being collected”
FDWO goal is to increase that percentage one Cooperate Office / Community at a time!
The Coding Proficiency Program seeks to nurture participants from the basics of coding through scripting and animation. Participants will complete daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly tasks, challenges, and courses designed to raise their coding proficiencies and introduce them to the world of computer engineering.
Partnership of Leaders in Academia for our youth seeks partnerships with community organizations, government entities, and corporations to help facilitate the continued development of our girls after and outside of the school environment. Through PLAY, Female Development World Organization will provide mentorship, higher-education and vocational placement, job placement, and tutoring services.
The Female Development World Organization seeks to establish teams that will compete locally, regionally, nationally, and even internationally. Coaches and students that are interested in participating are encouraged to contact us:
Track and Field
Soccer: Work with community soccer leagues girls and boys ages 4-8 9-18 primarily girls
Dance Teams (Pom and Stand Battle)
Is our mock Trial Team - “Know the law, don’t be a victim.” Knowing your “rights” and knowing where in the law those rights are derived from and where they begin and end concerning law enforcement are two different things. We will examine famous cases from Pre-Civil War America to Present day and examine the changes in law while developing advanced research, writing, speech, and presentation skills. Programs like these will help our program participants develop skills useful both in and outside of the classroom in a fun, challenging, and competitive environment.
Partnership of Leaders in Academia for our youth seeks partnerships with community organizations, government entities. There’s a severe lack of counseling support in the African-American and Caribbean-American community for survivors of child sexual abuse. FDWO will provide group counselling services at donated location or shared space. Through this program members will have the opportunity to participate in etiquette training for morale building.
The Care Triage seeks to support young mothers and women who have or are experiencing a hardship. Whether immigrating from a foreign country or leaving an abusive relationship - young women with no help or resources risk getting “lost in the system”. The Care Triage service would provide many of these and other young ladies in the community, with connection to the appropriate resources and services.
Female Development World Organization will host quarterly community service projects within socio-economically depressed communities. These projects will be chosen as they align with our 3 Push programming and may be local or require student travel. Our annual Town Hall Meetings will continue to raise awareness for prevention within communities, churches and libraries while educating local legislatures.