WORLD POVERTY ERADICATION PROGRAMME
A nglo America world eradication
programme is a Humanitarian assistance to refugees or less privileged persons as an international responsibility,
rather than an act of charity.
Anglo American poverty eradication Programme � (AAWPEP) is a body of collective international non-profit, relief and
Anglo American world eradication programme(AAWPEP) serves as an umbrella for
coordinating all works for the welfare of refugee, less privileged, disaster
assistance and employment for unemployment citizens of third world countries,
AAWPEP provides member NGOs with a framework for consultation, coordination and
advocacy on behalf of people forcibly displaced or otherwise affected by
conflict, natural disaster, unemployed and oppression. AAWPEP can also assist
individual�s immigration issues. It addresses issues relating to the protection
and assistance of refugees and internally displaced people, as well as
operations, security and coordination in disaster response.
�AAWPEP have been co-existing with the American
unemployment committee, started in 1994 to help children orphaned by war,
widows, the poor, the sick, the starving and to care for the unemployed
citizens of third world countries. We are committed to meeting the needs of
these people regardless of race, religion or creed. � AAWPEP is one of the biggest and more
effective Relief Agency in the world to day. Incorporated in Boise city,
Idaho state, U.S.A and meeting the needs of millions of people all over the
world through only four international branch Offices located in Cote D� Ivoire,
West Africa, UK, Hong Kong, and Canada. AAWPEP has consultative status and
working relationships. AAWPEP have been assisting in areas of shelters, job
foods and other humanitarian aides for years. AAWPEP have also been resettling
Refugees from different parts of the world since 1994. With the introduction of
AAWPEP Employment and Housing Resettlement Programme, many citizens from third
world countries have owned houses with well-paid jobs in United Sates, United
Kingdom, Germany and Canada.
�AAWPEP is working to ensure that displaced
refugees and unemployed citizens of the third world countries receive the
protection and assistance they need to survive.
Since 1994, the
U.S. Committee for Refugees and unemployment has championed the protection of
refugees and creation of jobs for the unemployed around the world.
�USCR goes to the scene of refugee emergencies,
often before any other observers to
1 Talk to refugees one on one,
2 Record human rights abuses,
3 Devise a strategy to provide
temporary safety and essential relief,
4 Alert the public to the critical
unmet needs of refugees in crisis ,
5 Urge decision makers to intervene
humanely in refugee emergencies,
6 Take steps to restore refugees to
secure, productive lives
AAWPEP responds to emergencies with speed, efficiency and
expertise, establishing leadership and laying the groundwork for other
international relief organizations to offer assistance.
. We are mandated to serve the needy people
of the earth; to relieve their suffering and to promote the transformation of
their condition of life.
. We seek to understand the situation of
the poor and work alongside with them toward fullness of life.
. We seek to facilitate an engagement between the poor and the affluent
that opens both to transformation.
. The need for transformation is common to all. Together we share a quest for
Justice, peace, reconciliation and healing in a broken world.
We regard all people as created and loved
by God. We act in ways that respect the dignity, uniqueness and intrinsic worth
of every person - the poor, the donors, our own staff and their families,
boards and volunteers.
We celebrate the richness of diversity in
human personality, culture and contribution.
The resources at our disposal are not our
own. They are a sacred trust from God through donors on behalf of the poor. We
are faithful to the purpose for which those resources are given and manage them
in manner that brings maximum benefit to the poor.
We demand of ourselves high standards of
professional competence and accept the need to be accountable through
appropriate structures for achieving these standards.
We are stewards of God's creation. We care
for the earth and act in ways that will restore and protect the environment.
We are members of an international World
Vision Partnership that transcends legal, structural and cultural boundaries.
We accept the obligations of joint participation, shared goals and mutual
accountability that true partnership requires. We affirm our interdependence
and our willingness to yield autonomy as necessary for the common good. We
commit ourselves to know, understand and love each other.
We are partners with the refugees, poor,
unemployed and with donors in shared ministry. We affirm and promote unity to
all religion. We seek to contribute to the holistic mission of all religions.
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We are responsive to the life-threatening
emergencies where our involvement is needed and appropriate.
We are willing to take intelligent risks
and act quickly. We do this from a foundation of experience and sensitivity to
what the situation requires.
We also recognise that even in the midst of
crisis, the destitute have a contribution to make from their experience. � �
One of the most frequent arguments against
immigration is that it leads to unemployment. But in principle there is no
reason why this should happen. After all, immigrants are consumers as well as
workers, so their arrival will also create new jobs to meet the demand they
create. Certainly some people will have to change jobs, often getting better
ones, but the country as a whole will often be better off. However, immigration
may lead to a temporary increase in inequality.
The belief that immigrants reduce
employment for native workers often assumes that the number of jobs in any
country is fixed and that the arrival of more people will somehow dilute the
available number of jobs. This is obviously false. If the population goes up,
this creates more consumers whose needs have to be met, and this creates more
jobs. Indeed, even before immigrants have found work for themselves they will
be creating work for other people, who will be employed growing and
distributing the food that immigrants eat, building the houses they live in,
and driving the buses they ride on as they search for work. These extra jobs
may not be as obvious as those, which immigrants themselves do, but they are
The argument that immigrants are displacing
native workers also assumes they are competing for the same jobs. But very
often this is not the case. One sector that has long relied on immigrant labor
is construction. Rising levels of education in Southeast Asia, for example,
make local people unwilling to be builders. South Korea has struggled to keep
out immigrant workers, but in 1996 the Ministry of Construction and
Transportation conceded that it would have to import more foreign labour to
build the country's first high-speed railway line.
Moreover the range of jobs that nationals
reject seems to be widening. Taxi driving in the US, for example, used to
attract native white and black workers. Nowadays, it is an 'immigrant job'. In
Washington, DC, the Taxi Operator's Association estimates that over the last 25
years the proportion of drivers who are foreign born has raised from 25% to
Bringing people in to do such work can
actually increase employment for the native population. The clearest example is
domestic service, where employing a low-skilled person as a nanny can often
release a woman to a high-level professional job. Millions of women want to, or
have to, work outside the home but can only do so with the support of immigrant
The neutral or beneficial effect of
immigration would seem to be confirmed by unemployment data. Countries that
have had relatively high immigration in recent years - Australia, Canada,
Israel, Hong Kong and the United States - have not had unusually high levels of
unemployment during periods of peak immigration. In Australia, for example, the
overseas-born make up more than 20% of the total population and there has been
extensive research on the economic impact. This has concluded that migrants
have created at least as many jobs as they have occupied. A similar conclusion
has been reached in Canada where 16% of the population is foreign born. A
report from the Economic Council of Canada concluded that a steady level of
immigration does not cause any unemployment, mainly because the number of firms
expands to create new jobs.
This is not to say, however, that some
groups of workers will not lose out as a result of immigration. The latest
research from the United States suggests that, while the country as a whole is
better off, those at the bottom of the employment ladder, and particularly the
previous group of immigrants, may in the short-term face higher unemployment or
AAWPEP conducts Global unemployment and
housing recruitment programmes annually. We provide an excellent opportunity
for pro-active youths, non-employees and job seekers who have the mind to work
in any of the countries where these opportunities exist. AAWPEP has made
available a number of sponsor opportunities alongside this recruitment
The recruitment programmes are designed to give focused youths, Groups and
Association valuable contact within the sector.
Through this programme, many citizens of
the third world countries have been assisted to own houses with secured and
well-paid jobs in the United States, UK, Canada and Germany. The employment and
housing recruitment programme is always under the auspices of WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME (WFP), FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION (FAO) UNIVERSAL
ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS (UAM) and UNITED FARMERS ASSOCIATION (UFA ),
who believes to assist the less privilege ones and poor citizen from the third
provides equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for
employment in full compliance with all applicable laws, directives and
regulations of federal, state and local governing bodies or agencies. No person
shall be discriminated against in employment decisions because of race,
religion, color, nationality, age, sexual orientation, or mental/physical
disability. The AAWPEP provides reasonable accommodation for all successful
applicants who went through the normal procedures.
�The recruited workers become the
owners of their houses after instalment payments for a period of 2-3 years.
�Applicants who applied through special
recommendations with the normal procedures are the only ones who can achieve
these opportunities. In order to benefit from AAWPEP employment and housing
resettlement programmes applicants applying from the third world countries are
to meet up with the following requirements
AAWPEP are not the employers but rather we
serves as a channel where by the employers can gain access to talented and
motivated persons of both sexes to be part of this groundbreaking Poverty
campaign by employing them through our employment programme. In this regards,
applicants must meet the following requirements.
An applicant should be able to at least
read and write in any of the following official languages: English, French,
Dutch and Spanish.
Applicants should be in the working class
of 18- 50years old.
Applicant should be in good state of
Applicants should also bear in mind that
there are different types of jobs and for that, it may not be easy for us to
locate an applicant to a specific job that he or she is trained for, for a
start, applicants should be ready to work in any field before we can relocate
the applicants to a specified job he or she is trained for.
Special preferences will be given to
applicants with higher qualification during the placement of jobs in US, UK,
Canada and Germany.
Interested Applicants who wants to apply
for resettlement and Citizens of third world countries who want to apply for
the AAWPEP employment and Housing resettlement are advised to apply to the
presiding AAWPEP Administration for this programme at their continental zone.
Applicant can apply as single special
applicant or as a group which should consist not more or less than 4 to 15
persons and they can be resident in the same country or different countries.
�An applicant application is not yet considered
until the applicant list and reference file number is received at the head
office for approval. All applicants that have received their reference file
numbers from their Continental Administration will need to forward their names
and passport numbers along with the reference file number issued to them by the
zonal office through the registrar. Any applicant without travelling passport
should forward the following requirements for the processing of UN Emergency
1) 1) Applicant S canned
passport size photograph
2) 2) Names dates of birth and name of resident country
3) 3) Height measure of eyes
All approved applicants will be
notified and their approval certificates for the programme will be forwarded to
Barrister Abraham Chadner and Associates for the onward processing of their
Thereafter, all Successful
applicants will receive AAWPEP official application forms by e-mail attachment,
as it will help each member to receive the original copies of the form. Each
applicant will need to complete his or her application form. Each applicant
will need to forward their processing fees to their zonal office.
Payment confirmation will be forwarded to the applicant on
receipt of the payment by the Zonal office. An official application confirmation will
be needed from AAWPEP head office by the US Bureau of Immigrant Affairs to
facilitate the document processing. AAWPEP will only forward application
confirmation for applicant who returned their completed application forms along
with the official payment confirmation fees.
�Disqualified applicants application will
receive no further replies or notification from the head office or your zonal
All application forms and payment
confirmations for the AAWPEP Employment and resettlement
programmes should be returned to the zonal office for the processing of their
All application forms filled by the
applicant must be return together at the same Time. Any applicant application
received after the dead line will be cancelled except with special reason or
permission before the application forms were submitted.
1) No application will be processed
without the payment confirmation for the application-processing fee. Therefore
applicants are advised to return their forms along with the applicant payment
confirmation for the application-processing fee.
2) The official rate for the
application processing fee is $235 USD per applicant and it non
3) Members without travelling
passport will pay an extra fee of � $110
USD for the processing of the United Nations Emergency travelling certificate.
In all, an Applicant without travelling passport will forward a non-refundable
total payment of $345USD. All group forms and payment confirmation should be
forwarded to the zonal office the same time.
For information on method of payment,
please do contact your zonal Office
three international branches with our head office located at
601 W. Boise Ave. P.O BOX 8433 Cleveland
Blvd. United States . � � �
Head office contact information
For enquiries on the programme do contact
the International office by e-mail through this address
email@example.com or by fax
601 W. Boise Ave. P.O BOX 8433 Cleveland
Blvd. United Kingdom.
All interested Applicants from European
countries should contact AAWPEP any of our � international office London or Germany
Contact person at AAWPEP office in London
Mr Mark � Decker.
contact the Zonal programme consultant / Overseer by the below contact
Knightsbridge, London SW3 1AH �
+44 (844) 774 7918
European applicants can also contact AAWPEP office in Berlin with the below contact information
at AAWPEP office in Berlin
Mr Daniel � B.
Kurfurstenstr 544 � � 10787 � Berlin, Germany
AAWPEP Asian and American co-ordinating
Administrations has been emerged to the African co-ordinating African
administration since the year 2001 after September 11th incident.
Although the office in Asia still exists, but it does not function fully as an
independent administration, all instructions come from the African
co-ordinating Administration. All interested Applicants from Africa,
Asia and America continents should contact AAWPEP office in Africa through the
main office in Abidjan, at 103 Avenue B.
Amona 65 B.P.6127 Abidjan Cote D Ivoire , West
Africa. AAWPEP Programme overseer /
contact the zonal overseer by e-mail through this address:
Mr Abdul-hakeem Mamoud
FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE, DO CONTACT AAWPEP AT
Subsidiary office in Hong Kong at �
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Telefax: + (852) 301-06481
AAWPEP have been taking a lot of interest
in implementing these programmes mostly for African and Asian unemployed and less
privileges ones. Since the past decade, Africa has the highest records of war
out break and highest numbers of less privileged today.
Hence the implementation of AAWPEP
Employment recruiting programmes has mainly been for Africans and Asians.
Today we are happy to announce to the world
in general that many less privileged have resettled in different countries
through AAWPEP while many unemployed citizens of the third world countries
especially Africans and Asian have gotten nice jobs and owned houses through
our employment programmes.
Interested applicants for the programme
should forward their information that contains the following: names of
applicant, dates of birth and passport numbers, name of resident country and
contact telephone number for the applicant. � The Programme consultant and overseer for each Zone will forward
reference file numbers to the applicants whose application and personal
information were received at their reception.
Barrister � Abraham Chadner �
791 W. Boise Ave. P.O BOX 6493
Successful applicants will have their entry
visas processed from their country
Of choice for employment and housing
resettlement programme. All entry visas will be applied for from the respective
government right channels for the visas depending on the system of Government
being operated by the country. All visas and other documents for each applicant
will be applied for on behalf of each applicant by the US Immigration Lawyers
.The applicants for the US programmes, will have their documents processed from
the US Department of States- Federal Bureau of Immigrant Affairs in Washington.
AAWPEP has no authority to authorised applicants documents. Immigration
Lawyers � are experts on this field. It is
the duty of the US Immigration Lawyers to apply for all needed documents direct
from US Federal Bureau of Immigrant Affairs and also apply for the US labor
certificates from the US Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) and immigration
and Naturalization Service (INS) whose regulations requires that Aliens
(person) seeking to enter US on basis of employment must obtain the US Labor
certificates, which Will enable Alien to work legally in the US. The US
Immigration Lawyers files an application on behalf of the individual Alien or
applicant to the INS and the Department of State respectively. The actual
admission of the Alien and the granting of authorization to work in the US is
the responsibility of INS. The handling of documents processing by the US
Immigration Lawyer and Refugee Immigration Lawyers has made the processing of
all documents for applicants very effective. When the processing of the entry
visas is completed, we will forward confirmation of the authorized visas by fax
to the embassy at the applicant�s home country and the same copy will also be
forwarded to the applicant.
We will then contact the Consular in your
country and arrange for the day the applicant will appear at the embassy for
the issuance of the visa seals in your passports. The visas can only be issued
to the applicant � whose names have
already been filed down as at the time the documents were being processed.
Without the presentation of the confirmation of the authorized visas to the
consular, the Visas will be denied to the applicant. Applicants are therefore
advised for their own benefits not to appear at the embassy without the copy of
the confirmation of the authorized visas or before the confirmations are
forwarded to them or the Embassy.
On receipt of the authorized visa
confirmation by fax, applicants that have no US embassy in their country or
applicant that doesn�t want to appear at the Embassy can mail their international
passports by DHL to the head office or to our office at the applicant�s chosen
country for resettlement or for employment and housing resettlements for the
issuance of the visas seals in their passports. The DHL to and fro mailing cost
of passports is at the expense of the applicant. Before mailing the passports
by DHL, applicant should makes sure that they mail their passports along with
the copy their � visa confirmation. Any
applicant passports received at our office by DHL without the confirmation sent
along with it will be returned without any visas.
The US Bureau of Immigrant Affairs have
made arrangement to assist participants
without international passports with the UN Refugee Emergency Travel
certificate, if they are able to fulfilled the needed requirements for the
processing. The requirements include the following
1. Scanned passport photograph
for each participant applying for the document and should be sent by
2.Names of participants, dates of birth and
name of participants� resident country.
The processing of these documents will
commence immediately the requested requirements are forwarded but will be
finalised when the forms are returned by fax along with the payment receipt for
application and UN Emergency travel certificates.
Since its creation
in 1981,North American Organisation for Migration (NOM) has helped more than 11
million people to start new lives in their own and foreign countries or through
Each immigrant has
a unique story to tell. Many were fleeing deprivation, danger and fear of
persecution. Others were simply seeking a better life for themselves and their
accounts contained in this section of the NOM website tell the stories of some
of these immigrants - what they experienced and how NOM�s intervention has
helped change their lives.
The stories were
made possible by the many governments who contribute to NOM�s activities; our
international and non-governmental partner agencies, and the dedication and
commitment of NOM�s 3,500 in North America.
On receipt visa
confirmation, we shall forward the applicant data�s to the office of the NOM
for them to give instruction to the Airlines to issue the ticket booklets to
the successful applicants whose applicants visas has been authorised and
confirmed by fax.
applicants will receive the one-way tickets at the airline sales office in
their country or at the sales office closer to their country after the
processing of their documents. International flights, Air France and other
airlines have been chosen for the trips, in some countries where Air France do
not operate, alternative Airline will be provided for them
�The North American Organization for Migration
(NOM) and other charity organisations arranges transportation to US, UK and
Canada on loan basis for the applicant�s trip. Less privileged and successful
applicants are expected to repay the cost of their transportation after they
have settled down in their new resident country
Before the departure date, all applicant
members are expected to have their medical reports needed for the trip. The
processing cost is on applicant reimbursement. Directions of the documents will
be given by the US Department of Health.
We have received a lot of questions on why
should payment be made to the zonal offices and why should the zonal offices
instead of the head office issue reference file number. This programmes was
designed to assist, protect and improve the welfares of the less privileged and
citizens of third world countries around the world. Formerly this programme was
being presided or rather administrated by the international Head office in the
US but we later found out that the purposes for this programme was not met
The opportunities were not getting
direct to those who needed it most. Most citizens of US and other immigrants in
US were applying for their families and friends who were back home in their
countries, thereby making it very difficult for the less privileged and
citizens of third world countries who have no friends or family in the United
States not to benefit from the programme. There were a lot of people in Africa,
Asia, etc who did not know about this programme until the presiding of this
programme was transferred to zonal offices and since then many less privileged
citizens of third world countries have benefited from this programmes.
Sincerely in the humanitarian service
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