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Community Empowerment Division

Through its Program of Social Enterprises, Orpe Human Rights Advocates is expected to develops business ventures expected to provide employment pathways for people with barriers to employment. We also support clients who start their own small businesses, which leads to self-sufficiency and opportunity for low-income communities.

It is our goal to build projects to prosper for times to come. Creating sustainable, inclusive, community-involved developments is what we believe in. It is our expectation of making the communities in which we're about to  build and operate a peaceful and pleasant place to live, and work.


One of the cores mission of ORPE Human Rights Advocates is to defend the causes of those who cannot assert their own fundamental rights. Those people include underprivileged, distressed, people living in poverty, victims of human trafficking, sexually abused women, domestic violence, HIV, and refugees. Under this program we expect of creating a vibrant center where those living under severe emotional distress find a place where they can share and find relieves to their challenges. It is our expectation of creating a framework of partnership with local governments agencies and community development groups in order to work in the programs designated to minimize the impact of emotional distresses faced by our fellow human beings. The Center will incorporate in its agenda programs such, advocacy, legal aid, immigration legal services, refection, temporary housing, jobs, legal services for victims of human trafficking, health acre, dentistry programs, social services orientations, case management, and other related services.


Orpe Human Rights Advocates vocation is to defend the interests of those who can't assert their own fundamental rights. It is our vocation of promoting equality, liberty and justice without discrimination based on race, gender, religion, or political opinions. we are therefore committed of assuming leadership in the areas of diversity and inclusiveness. We expect to embrace the diversity within the communities we're expect to serve in the United States, or internationally and we are expected to work with non-profit groups, civic leaders and civil rights organizations that, like us, are committed to ensuring the growth and vibrancy of their communities. 


It is our expectation that if given the opportunity, our organization will embrace growth at exponential rate. We are dedicated to opt for  giving back policy. We project to embrace from our executive team to employees, a commitment to make a difference in the lives of those living and working in the communities in which we do business, through volunteer efforts to help meet critical needs.


Knowing that several nations in which we're expected to conduct business with are having telecommunication issues, especially access to internet, we're dedicated to invest in transponder and Teleport. It is also our goal to get involved in the adaptive, re-use and rehabilitation of abandoned spaces projects. We're going to commit to energy sustainability programs and expected to invest in alternative energy projects, from solar energy to green hydro-eclectic power generation. 


We're going to commit urbanism renewal to be able of transforming and revitalizing urban cores anywhere our activities would have access.. We're going to rely on public-private partnership in order to turn blighted, vacant and underserved areas of communities and turned them into vibrant, thriving uses that would have to serve as catalysts for broader growth, and create thousands of new jobs for local residents and offering affordable housing to families in need. The program may also used for temporary residence for homeless, evicted families.


We expect to partner with local government agencies and community development groups to get involved on issues such as local first-source hiring plans, job fairs and civic group event planning, with the goal of making the cities a better place to live, work and play.


As it may be known, in many health care systems, the main focus of primary health care practices is the diagnosis and treatment of patients. When people present with a medical problem, it is the general practitioner’s (GP) duty to find a solution for that problem and develop an appropriate course of action for treatment or management. Due to the significant increase in lifestyle diseases, early identification of risk factors and prevention initiatives are now a part of everyday practice. Furthermore, the family doctor ‘who has known you since you were born’ is becoming increasingly rare rather than commonplace. Most GPs are treating greater numbers of patients and struggling with ‘information overload’ bombarding them from every angle. Indeed, with the advent of electronic modes of communication, the world is only a keystroke away. Keeping up with patients’ notes and administration is hard enough, keeping up with the latest innovations in medicine seems like a pipe-dream. So why are we are trying to encourage GPs to become innovators within a model of continuity of care? Some might argue that this could add to their stress and to the growing pile of things that they would like to do but have no hope of getting to. However,  OHRA would argue that the opposite is true. Embracing the brave new world is not only achievable, it has the potential to make the GP job a whole lot easier, while also improving patient outcomes. It is s

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