Treating 3500 Poor TB Patients in India & Cambodia

 
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GlobalGiving's Storytelling Project

We're collecting stories from the actual people who benefit from the projects on GlobalGiving to identify problems and potential solutions. Here are some of the stories that we've collected from communities that have benefited from projects similar to this one. Learn more.

Note: These stories talk about the same issues that this project addresses, but are not necessarily about this specific project.

Poverty

By a female, 16-21 years old, in Uthiru Kiambu, Kenya
Map of poverty This is about one woma in tha society who was ill and she was not having shelter where she can settle in. The woman was having five children.When the problems seems to be very hard fo her,she sharedwith people .\Butafter all that the woman was given land for free by one of the women who felt mercy on her,She also paid the hospital bills to care for her health . Unfortunately,the woman settled and her disease was cured. Read more.
Related to project keywords: cured, women, society, free, disease

Create More Job Opportunities

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of CREATE MORE JOB OPPORTUNITIES It was some years back when this story did take place. Most people were resting at their homes after a long day's work. This was harvesting period. At this harvests things were different. Million bags of maize and beans were gathered. It was really a rich one compared to the previous year. A tall man then appeared at my uncle's house of which he met my aunt alone. She explained where my uncle had gone. This man said that he wanted young people especially the form four leavers. He said there was a big company recruiting young Kenyans. He said he only wanted five hundred shillings only. Due to the harvests most parents paid the cash non-refundable we never saw the man again. Read more.
Related to project keywords: job opportunities, work, year, especially, paid

Hope At The End Of The Tunnel

By a female, 16-21 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of HOPE AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL My name is Harriet Nabwayo.I am a form 1 student aged 16 but at the sametime an orphan.Both my parents went to be with the Lord sometime past and having been abandoned thus to the cruelty of this world became lucky when in 2005 Malaika Children's Home provided an opportunity for me to be assisted. Provision of basic needs was extended to me as to the as the rest of the other over 150 children at the overcrowded centre. I was supported to acquire education up until now that i am in form one. I hope to excel and do my best so as to realize my dream of becoming an engineer. I desire the assuring support of a donor or sponsor which is the only time hope for completion as circumstances currently surrounding me are a bit unpredictable. Read more.
Related to project keywords: hope, centre, world, having, opportunity
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Project Leader

Sandeep Ahuja

New Delhi, Delhi India

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