Our objective is to provide the following services in partnership with local municipalities in order to alleviate the communication problems in the rural parts of West Africa:
- Emergency cell phone and email assistance: During times of crisis this service will be provided to clients who do not have access to any form of communication.
- Registry database: IRCS will set up and maintain a database for each client which include basic demographic information which could be useful during a time of emergency.
- Phone call assistance: Access will be granted to clients who will be allowed a maximum of two phone calls per day (maximum of 20 minutes of phone usage per day).
- Internet usage: clients will be provided up to two hours of internet access for the purpose of sending emails, doing internet searches and assisting in job placement.
- Microsoft software training: Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.) will be taught twice a week and offered to students aged 13-17, to assist with preparation for school and potential future careers.
- Utility, rent and prescription medication assistance: Clients may apply to receive funds to meet financial shortfalls which are extremely prominent in the rural portions of West Africa.