Welcome to NAVA
National Fund for the Awareness of Violence Against Women and Children
The founder want to share with the world his life journey to inspire others with positive values and life changing truths to adults and children. a spiritual purpose .
Born into a broken family I grew up poor, in a poor environment and in a poor educational system. Living in a environment with the fact you may get murdered before you reach 30 years of age .I didn’t let my environment or circumstances define me or stop me for what I wanted to become in life. A purpose is an achievement and achievement is a purpose we all share in life. I learned at an early age that with determination I could overcome my fears and uncertainty. Your strength is within you and with your determination you too can overcome any circumstances in your life no matter which country you live in. No matter rich or poor we all have faced uncertainty in our life. My focus and determination today is to help others who want to help themselves to rise above their fears and overcome uncertainty in their life.
God helps those who seek help for themselves.
My reason for starting this organization is because I witness my mother being beaten, mistreated and abused. My sister was sexually assaulted, which has a devasting impact on my family. My sister continues to struggle to this day mentally, physically, and socially.
NAVA is a 509(a)2 public support organization created to support families when local, state, and federal governments have not addressed the total issue of supportive housing for domestic violence and sexual assault victims. Supportive housing is a combination of housing and services intended as a cost-effective way to help people live more stable and productive lives. In the United States statistics show that 4.8 million intimate partners related to physical assault and rape every year. Global rape and sexual abuse affect close to a billion women and girls over their lifetimes. Justice, equality and safe housing is needed to address this issue worldwide. The average allowable stay in supportive housing is 24 months and depends upon available space. NAVA works with affiliated supportive organizations which offer services such as job training, psychological counseling, childcare, social service programs, credit repair and financial management courses for today’s mothers and fathers who are committed to helping their families to live in a healthier environment.
Surviving in Bmore Movie
I wrote the two books “Bastard Child”, and “Surviving In Bmore” as fund raising tool to help NAVA
I want to thank you for your time in advance.
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