Mojatu Foundation was registered as a charity, Charitable Incorporated Organization – CIO, with the Charity Commission in the England and Wales charity on 8th June 2016, Registration 1167557
To work directly with the communities we are supporting in providing accessible and relevant services, products and solutions that meet their needs
To transform communities by empowering them to source, access and use information
Our aims and objectives
We transform communities through media, gender equality, health and training. We develop the capacity and skills of socially and economically disadvantaged and hard-to-reach groups, in particular but not exclusively women, girls and young people of African and Caribbean communities, in such a way that they are better able to identify, help and meet their needs and participate more fully in society looked
This is accomplished through
Our Core Values
In supporting our communities, including the sourcing and disseminating information, we uphold the following principles which underpin what we stand for and how we work.
Integrity: We follow robust processes to check the credibility of our sources and ensure that our stories and news updates are factual and treat all the people we work with, with dignity and respect.
Justice: At Mojatu, we seek equity and fairness for all. Our information channels will offer a voice for the voiceless and seek to influence society to create a more just social landscape.
Service: Mojatu Foundation exists to serve, to be an enabler for social cohesion and improvement of lives. To that end, we will devote our resources to meeting the needs of the people we work with.
Transparency: For an organisation dealing in information, we have found it imperative that we open our processes to stand up to scrutiny.