HAVEN FOR HUMANITY ANNUAL MEETING 2011
GRANT PROPOSALS: REPORT MANAGEMENT TEAM
US Department of State • Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, International Programs Section • Requested: 200,632.80 USD (€139,000) • Granted: 140,541.00 USD (€97,400) • Barcelona City Council • Requested: €482,750 • Granted: €300,000 • UNESCO • Non-profit Organization Grant • Requested: €161,000 • Granted: €100,000
PROGRAMMING: REPORT OPERATIONS TEAM
Overall Objectives • Reduce the invisibility and vulnerability of former victims of human trafficking through community education and facilitate integration into either home or Spanish society of victims by providing education, psychological rehabilitation, and vocational training and placement.
Community Education • Build capacity of local stakeholders to identify victims of human trafficking and have knowledge of services available for victims.
Language Instruction • Haven for Humanity will continue its highly successful English as a Second Language, Spanish as a Second Language accredited program.
Personal Health & Stability • Case workers ensure that victims receive psychological counseling to meet their individual needs to recognize obstacles and overcome such issues to effectively integrate into society as a productive member.
Professional Empowerment • Empower former victims to become productive members of society through job training and educational counseling.
Program Indicators and Monitoring and Evaluation Plan • Community Engagement • Bimonthly workshops to raise awareness on human trafficking • Workshop evaluations • Professional Empowerment Job Training • Language: ESL and DELES (Diploma of Spanish as a Foreign Language) certification • Academic skills: coursework, exams • Vocational skills: coursework, exams, internship
Professional Empowerment (continued) Job Placement Assistance • Bimonthly meetings with employment office • Number of job placements • Length of employment • Progress tracking
Establishing a Home • Meetings with immigration officer • Weekly meetings with Haven for Humanity officer • Personal Health and Stability • Confidential evaluations of group counseling and therapy by a professional
Likely Sites • Community education on human trafficking 1) OfficeofHaven for Humanity 2) Civil society groups (ex : local community organization) 3) Educational institutions (ex : university, community college) • Job training & Job Placement Assistance • 1)～3) + on-line services • Establishing a Home • lease apartments in Barcelona • Personal Health and Stability • office of Haven for Humanity
Examples of educational institutions (Universities) • University of Barcelona • AbatOliba CEU University • International University of Catalonia • Open University of Catalonia • Ramon Llull University (Community college) • Southwestern College
COMMUNICATIONS: REPORT COMMUNICATIONS TEAM
Logo • Established slogan • New, serious image • Facebook • Media • El Pais article discussing our work and human trafficking in Spain • Coverage on various broadcast channels including Sky News, France 24, CNN International and AlJazeera English • Haven for Humanity ranked number 86 in the top 100 NGO’s in Europe by the BCC • Outreach • Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz as Ambassadors to raise awareness for Human Trafficking.
FUNDRAISING: REPORT PRESIDENT, BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Football Fantasy Camp • Location: FC Barcelona Field House • Plan: 5 fantasy camp tickets to be auctioned off during 2nd annual charity game • FC Barcelona will match funds raised from auction • Goal = €40,000
Diane von Furstenberg Line • Design: Single ‘broken’ link to symbolize breaking the chains of slavery. Goal = €5 million Rodilla • Location: all 72 locations • Time frame: July & August • Plan: 60% of profits from every “Four Sandwich Special” • Goal = € 2 million
Ongoing email campaign • Each event and partner organization will have email sign-up lists for future contact • This will be used for future grassroots fundraising as well as a means to contact a wider audience for additional events to be held throughout the year • Will be linked to online fundraising page on the Haven for Humanity webpage.
The Body Shop Lamont Cranston • Soft Hands Kind Heart Hand Cream campaign against human trafficking • Donated: 50,000 GBP (81287.60 USD) • 15% to match the total grants obtained from USAID, UNESCO, the city of Barcelona and any additional donors. • Mr. Cranston has also agreed to extend this offer for an additional year.
EXTERNAL RELATIONS: REPORT MANAGEMENT TEAM
Police • Barcelona Police (Comisaria de PoliciaNacional de Barcelona) • EUROPOL • Government • City of Barcelona • Government of Spain • Ministry of Justice, Spain • US Department of State • International organizations • UNESCO • UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODOC) Media Communications team