Proverbs 31:8, Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.
Joyful Hearts organization’s commitment to advocacy on behalf of the poor and oppressed is based on biblical truths and on the example of Jesus. Scripture constantly emphasizes the importance of showing compassion (Matthew 25:31-46), seeking justice (Isaiah 58:1-14), defending what is right (Proverbs 31:8), and showing mercy (Micah 6:8).
What is Advocacy?
Seeking with, and on behalf of, the poor to address underlying causes of poverty, bring justice, and support good development through influencing the policies and practices of the powerful.
One of the most important and impactful ways you can support Joyful Hearts is through your prayers.
Interested in getting involved with Joyful Hearts Organization?
We are always excited to place bright and committed people in the field through internships and volunteer
The volunteerism is a powerful means of engaging people in tackling development challenges worldwide. Everyone can contribute their time, skills and knowledge through volunteer action and their combined efforts can be a significant force for achieving peace and development.
Volunteering makes important economic and social contributions, contributing to a more cohesive society by building trust and reciprocity among citizens.
Thanks for your interest in volunteering with Joyful Hearts organization. Joyful Hearts organization relies on volunteers to support our work to help refugees and Swazi people.
To become Joyful Hearts organization ‘volunteer, an individual is required to complete the following volunteer process:
>>Fill out a volunteer application
>>Attend an orientation at Joyful Hearts organization’ office
>>Be interviewed by Joyful Hearts organization staff
Complete a background check
Qualifications and Conditions of Service
To become a Volunteer you should have the following values and commitment, and possess the following professional qualifications:
Values and commitment
Strong commitment to the values and principles of volunteerism;
>>Ability to adjust to difficult living conditions;
>>Strong interpersonal and organizational skills;
>>Prior volunteering or working experience in a developing country is an asset.
>>Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
>>A university degree or higher technical diploma;
>>At least age 21 when taking up an assignment (there is no upper age limit);
Good working knowledge in at least one of the three working languages: English, French and SiSwati.