Humanitarian and Charitable ONE Trust (HACOT) systematically and methodically identifies the poor, the needy and the distressed people world wide and connects them with potential donors who will know exactly where their donations are being spent and how.
HACOT works worldwide for the benefit of all human beings regardless of their gender, nationality, race, religion or colour.
HACOT is a fully transparent, non-profit charity that has no religious or political affiliation and operates worldwide on the principles of best practices of charities to ensure financial transparency and good governance.
HACOT works with individual volunteers, individual donors, corporate donors, other NGOs, Charities and Government Agencies.
HACOT enables individuals to practise the habit of charity either through working as a volunteer or by making donations. It co-operates with charities globally in order to prevent any duplication of resources and to complement their efforts, in partnership, in an endeavour to serve the human race effectively.
Mission Statement of HACOT: To uplift human dignity and quality of life
Vision of HACOT: Poverty, illiteracy and ill health are three important factors that deprive the human race from its entitlement of enjoying a reasonable life. Currently, in some areas the needs of the poor and needy remain unfulfilled while the potential donors do not know where and how to donate and whether their donation will be spent in the intended way. HACOT shall endeavour to serve effectively both the needy and the donors.
Aims of HACOT:
- Prevention or relief of poverty, financial hardship and unemployment
- Provision of low cost housing with clean drinking water and safe sanitation
- Relief of sickness
- Advancement of education
HACOT has a large number of partners spread worldwide including Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Nigeria, India, Pakistan, Phillipines, Nepal, Guinea, Cameroon, Benin, Dem Rep Congo, Mali and Namibia. HACOT Kenya is one of the partners of HACOT .
HACOT has established HACOT CENTRE in Mtongwe, Mombasa, in the Coast Province of Kenya. The Centre offers training and assistance to poor and needy individuals residing in the Coast Province of Kenya to enable them to become self-sufficient in food and also generate income. We are keen to assist ladies, gents, youths and elderly who are unemployed or are employed but not earning enough to make ends meet and also those who own a small business that is not doing well.
Training was provided to groups of trainees from the Coast Province on
- Agriculture Crops – How to increase yields and market the crops
- Livestock Farming – How to increase yields of milk, eggs and achieve success in breeding livestock
- Agro Forestry and Carbon trading scheme – How to grow plants ready for sale to ready buyers
- Fish Farming – How to build Fish ponds and breed fish and also techniques in sea fishing
- Business start-ups and Microfinance
- Building Construction
On successfully completion of the training, each trainee was awarded a certificate
HACOT CENTRE consists of
- A large Hall with capacity for 150 trainees (beneficiaries) for training
- 2 offices for HACOT KENYA Administration
- A modern 3 Bedroom house to accommodate international visitors, volunteers, advisers and trainers
- Livestock houses for cows, goats, chickens, ducks, rabbits – for practical demonstration to trainees
- Fish Ponds
- Sewing and Dressmaking teaching area
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