Youth in New Zealand are extraordinarily diverse and their experiences defy superficial generalizations. They arrive from numerous points of origin and add new threads of cultural, linguistic, religious, and diversity to weave into New Zealand Society.
It is crucial that they integrate well into society to become proud NZ citizens and still maintain their own cultural values and identity. However, our youth are exposed to environmental conditions and other social influences, which can cause an identity crisis. This in turn can lead to drug and alcohol problems, lack of direction, low self esteem and unemployment.
Fatimah Foundation values family cohesion and the maintenance of a well-functioning system of supervision and mutuality that shape the well-being and future outcomes of all children in New Zealand.
Fatimah Foundation fosters healthy development among its youth by providing:
- Educational guidance
- Recreational activities
- Job search assistance
This is a support network meeting where young women are provided with an opportunity to show and develop leadership skills, encourage personal development and growth. They develop skills to work positively with others and how to deal with conflict. The youth are encouraged to network with other Muslim youth groups, to participant and cooperate with other youth events.TuFF overseas this group ensuring the groups objectives remain within the bounds of Islam and provide support with their projects, yet providing the youth with opportunities to conceive projects of their choice.The youth have extra support with a youth worker on board the team.Tufffacilitates workshops based around youth issues and concerns and topical subjects of interest to them, focusing on Health and Wellbeing through information provision by visiting health and wellbeing sectors.
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