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Intrepid Foundation - Healthcare
Saidia Children's Home
Providing a secure place for orphans and abandoned or abused children, this organisation offers a feeding and education program for children living in disadvantage, and support for HIV impacted mothers and their children in the Gilgil region.
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The Starfish Project
This community-based humanitarian organisation assists disadvantaged Cambodians with housing, medical care, small business advice and water and sanitation. The Starfish Bakery and Cafe, handicraft shop and massage centre all provide employment opportunities for disadvantaged locals as well as crucial funds for the outreach projects.
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Children's Hope in Action
Caring for some of Vietnam's neediest children, this grassroots organisation provides life-saving medical treatment, therapy programs and education opportunities to families without means.
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Blue Dragon Children's Foundation
This organisation supports some of the most vulnerable children in Vietnam. Homeless, disabled and poverty stricken kids are greatly assisted by the health, education and social development programs run by this worthy organisation.
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The Alola Foundation
With a mission to improve women's health, education, leadership and earning capacity, the Alola Foundation offers community development projects in 13 districts of Timor-Leste.
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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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This Russian NGO helps the homeless people of St Petersburg with a night bus service that provides mobile care to this disadvantaged and marginalised population group. Tea, coffee, food, blankets, health care, warm clothing and links to social services help to alleviate the social disconnection and poverty these people face daily.
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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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Project Handicapped Horizon
Helping thousands of handicapped Moroccans since 1994, this organisation builds prosthetics and wheelchairs for physically handicapped people in addition to training local artisans in metalwork, pottery and weaving.
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COPE (Cooperative Orthotic Prosthetic Enterprise)
This worthy organisation provides essential services to people with disabilities. Laos has many victims of landmines living with life-changing disabilities acquired from stepping on unexploded ordinance (UXO). Providing rehabilitation, orthotics and prosthetics, the visitor centre also educates and enlightens visitors on the impact of UXO on the people of Laos.
Image supplied by Jo Pererira.