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Community-based family homes for orphans and vulnerable children in Bangalore, India

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Reaching Hand have been working in the areas of rehabilitation of children from vulnerable communities by providing them a safe, protective environment where their basic needs such as food, clothing, shelter and education are met. The basic needs are critical at this point of time for the children...

Help to pay school fees for vulnerable children and orphans, Uganda

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I am Keneth, born in Uganda and one of the people affected by the war of 1979-1986 which brought the current government to power. This war led to destruction of property and loss of many lives. In the war, I lost my grand mother and grand father and most of there property was destroyed, which led...

Support orphans and other vulnerable children of local Andhra Pradesh tribes, India

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Among the underdeveloped tribes of Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh, India, orphans and other vulnerable children are in greater need of support today than ever before. In the past, we have invested in programs that give these children access to education, health care services, shelter, food and...

Support Orphanage Development Centre in Congo

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We are helping orphans and children from poor families to attend school in order to have a brighter future. After many years of war many children were orphaned and no one there to help them. In 2006, we decided to start a Centre for orphans at Rumangabo (45 miles from Goma) Fifty percent of the...

Integrated programme for child development in India

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Bagnan Human Rural Development Society is an Indian NGO that has been working on the issue of promoting child welfare and women empowerment for the past 8 years. It is working in backward and minority (Muslim) dominated areas, both rural and urban. The children in this area struggle to meet basic...

Agricultural Development Project in Uganda

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Agriculture is the backbone of Uganda. A large number of workers employed in Ugandan agricultural fields are casual labourers who work on the land of mostly absentee landlords. The productivity of these casual labourers is low, and they face job and food insecurity. Back home, they are usually...

Income generating activities for deprived communities in India

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Women in rural areas of India suffer both economically and socially. As a result of their general status as second class citizens, development programmes do not take into account the aspirations of women, and are not effective in achieving their objectives. Rural women in our project area...

Fighting AIDS through income generating projects in Kenya

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Kenya is home to over 42 million people, and has the 6th highest HIV prevalence rate in sub-Saharan Africa. It has an HIV prevalence rate of 6.3%, and more than 1.4 million Kenyans are living with HIV/AIDS. The HIV/AIDS pandemic in Kenya has been disproportionately impacting women. Roughly 3 out of...

Skill development training for Kushtia youth, Bangladesh

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Geographically Kushtia is located in Southwestern part of Bangladesh. The proposed district is 270 kilometers away from the capital city of Dhaka. More than 70% people are living below the poverty line. 40% of the total populations are illiterate and many of the young people are unemployed. Rather...

Support Sustainable Land Management in Uganda

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We are the Vocational Training Centre Jinja and our target group is youth from very poor rural families who have dropped out of school. We aim to support these youth to acquire vocational life skills which can enable them to be self-sustaining and to become job creators. This will reduce...