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Intrepid Foundation - Child Welfare
This social welfare program established in the wake of the devastating earthquakes of 2000 assists children from disadvantaged backgrounds with education and training. Many of the people helped by this organisation are rural immigrants who face isolation and impoverishment, making this program critical to the lives of Turkey's most vulnerable people.
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Baan Unrak Children's Village
Baan Unrak (House of Happiness) is a grassroots organisation located in the Kanchanaburi province that provides shelter, food, clothing, education, employment, love and support for women and children in need.
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Village Education Project Kilimanjaro (VEPK)
This project is committed to improving the education of Tanzanian children living in villages. By renovating schools, training teachers and investing in textbooks and teaching materials, many children receive a better education for a brighter future.
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Amani Children's Home
This inspirational home located under the shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro offers homeless and orphaned children education, health care, training, food, security and love.
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Thusanani Children’s Foundation
This organisation assists to brighten the lives and futures of some of South Africa’s most vulnerable children by providing occupational therapy and treatment to babies and children at risk of development delay. It also provides valuable training to caregivers so that they are empowered to positively influence the lives of the children they care for.
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This small school offers free primary education to local children in a remote area of the Sacred Valley. Apart from providing schooling, the school also aims to strengthen Andean culture by promoting traditional language and values.
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This non-profit organisation helps the Andean women and children of the Sacred Valley area with education, conservation, nutrition and health programs.
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Lotus Children’s Centre
Providing much-needed shelter, education, food and health care to many homeless and orphaned Mongolian children, this centre, which is located just outside of Ulaanbaatar, receives no government funding and relies solely on grants and donations to continue providing this essential service.
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Peuan Mit Street Children Project
This vital project assists underprivileged children and young people to return to school, find employment and cultivate a better future with counselling, workshop sessions, education and emergency accommodation.
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New Hope Children's Centre
Providing a safe home for Kenya’s orphaned and underprivileged children, the New Hope Children’s Centre receives no government funding. Relying on donations from generous patrons and supporters, this centre provides housing, food, clean water, education and health care for some of Kenya’s most vulnerable kids.
Image supplied by New Hope Children's Centre.