Why we do what we do
Unlike others, our programs are ultimately geared towards shattering dependency. They are built around changing mindsets.
We help people to gradually come away from a culture of relying on charity. We help to instill in the mindsets of our beneficiaries a sense of dignity that comes with self-reliance; that comes with rebuilding their lives as they see fit, that comes with starting small and growing, that comes with starting from somewhere and getting somewhere. In a sense, we provide the seeds, and they do the planting. We provide the nets, and they do the fishing.
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We believe in building people up to stand independently- This is the core of our message.
Dollin Holt has spent most weekends, in the years that Caprecon has been in existence, working to empower impoverished communities, individuals and children. He has been involved in post-conflict reconstruction efforts, including psychosocial care for refugees and IDPs. Dollin has funded start-up costs for small businesses and the cost of returning at-risk children to school. He is a scholar, poet, essayist, therapist and a humanitarian/ development practitioner.
He has an LLM degree in International Human Rights Law, a Masters by Research degree in Media Representation of ethnic minority communities in post-war Britain, and a Masters in Forced Migration and Refugee studies degree.
What We stand for
Our goal, amongst others, is to inspire hope and dignity in you; to foster a sense of self-reliance in you. Do you want to become a part of the wonderful work that we’re doing across the globe? Then, hit the ‘Contact Us’ bottom below.
Caprecon International Development & Humanitarian Foundation
We inspire you to find the solution yourself. We support you to stand on your own feet. Our goal, amongst others, is to inspire hope and dignity in you; to foster a sense of self-reliance in you.