After the gift of life, health is the next most important thing. Good health - therefore is essential in order to sustain a productive life. The challenges of maintaining good health however is not just about the treatment of conditions, but enabling people especially the poor and less financially better off - to have easy access to primary health care practitioners.
Our initiatives and services in this area therefore reflect this and include:
Within the health sector our work has been acclaimed by NHS Trust Boards, community leaders and local government officials as being "innovative", "truly pioneering", "NHS best practice", an "extraordinary model" and "a glowing example".
"If you really want to change the world, then generously give the gift of education to all children, but especially to girls and mothers, and you will see that the world will change for the better."
AGMS foundation believes that education is fundamental to human development and that lifelong learning provides opportunities for people to achieve their potential. Educational opportunities not only affect the life chances of individuals, but also change the ambitions of whole communities.
There are 72 million primary school aged children that are out of school in low-income families within developing countries.
Education is not only a fundamental human right for all children, but it is also a ray of hope for those who live in the most challenging of circumstances. Our research and hands on experience shows that there are communities who, out of dire necessity, have no choice but to send their school aged children out to work to support the family for its day-to-day survival.
Within this sector we have the following projects:
Our work has been much appreciated - "AGMS is doing wonderful work with children. It has boosted their self esteem and confidence." Lyn Hurst, Headteacher
The environment around us is where we are born, breathe, eat, live, raise our children...
It is our home and the only home that we have...
Plants and trees play an important role in maintaining a conducive, healthy and beneficial environment.
They not only give us the air that we breathe but provide us with wood, fuel, food, medicine, latex and many other products used in our day to day lives.
Trees also affect our climate.
Their very existence or destruction makes a huge difference.
Our 'Tree Planting Drive' in schools make them more greener places for children, replenishes trees that have been cut down or destroyed as well as educating children to take responsibility and ownership of maintaining the environment and carrying forward this drive for prosperity.
Such learning becomes part of their lives from an early age and thus lasts a lifetime.
Through talks and presentations we make children aware of the many benefits that our 'Tree Planting Drive' initiative has including knowing about:-
Our humanitarian projects help to relieve hardship, provide a ray of hope and improve the quality of life of people of all ages and of all backgrounds.
AGMS foundation provides grants, goods and services to many disadvantaged and underprivileged groups in society. Some of our services in this sector include:
Our work in this field has been much appreciated by public figureheads as being, "altruistic", "re-energising our society", "very laudable" and "commendable".
AGMS ® foundation firmly believes that the principles of peace, tolerance and respect are important between all communities and cultures. Our initiatives to promote this include:
We encourage people to be responsible, take ownership and learn from one and other to bring about the best in life. We have a profound conviction that - together we all can make a difference.
Community leader, Virendra Sharma, MP states "AGMS is doing wonderful work which is most appreciated by the community and those who receive the benefit".