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Support Croix-Rouge francaise - CROIX-ROUGE FRANCAISE (French Red Cross)

Our response and support to the Beirut explosion

Sep 25, 2020   Report French Red Cross – September 2020 The French Red Cross is very grateful and thankful to all supporters and donors who made the organization’s humanitarian actions possible over the last few months. Please find below some information about our latest activities, which were focused around the response to the Beirut explosion. The Beirut explosion Lebanon is still mourning the victims of the explosion that devastated the port of Beirut on 4 August, with first responders rushing.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Summary for the month of august 2020

Sep 24, 2020     Dear Donors, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your kindness and generosity in supporting our projects.   We are now well into monsoon season, usually a worst time of the year for the street animals. One of the biggest problems that stray animals face during the rainy season is the absence of a permanent roof for them so the trend of illness or sickness associate with animals will change to somewhat other direction. We have been receiving calls of many stray animals,.... Read more

Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergic Patients - Friends of Assaf Harofeh Medical Center

Fall 2020 clinical and research update

Sep 23, 2020   Greetings from the Center for Allergy and Immunology at Yitzhak Shamir (Assaf Harofeh) Medical Center. Considering how challenging this past year has been, the new year in Israel has arrived none too early. We hope that this update finds you safe and in good health. We are happy to share some recent developments here at the Center, starting off the year on the right foot. First, breaking news! After an extensive peer review process, our prospective study concerning diagnostic algorithms for.... Read more

Finding + supporting mentors for pupils in Berlin - PaSch at NachbarschaftsEtage at Fabrik Osloer Strasse e.V.

PaSch cleans up and continues matching

Sep 15, 2020   Dear friends of PaSch, we are so happy to be able to share with you some sweet stories and tell you all about the progress and activities that took place at Pasch after the lockdown and summer vacation.   Finally, one new mentee and one mentor had the chance to get to know each other after lockdown and summer vacation. In our programme we accompany the first three meetings which take place in our community centre. Our mentor and mentee found out on their first meeting that they have a lot.... Read more

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships - Israel Friends of Technion

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships

Sep 9, 2020   To help the Technion's graduate students maximize their potential, the Technion must develop new and significant sources of funding, specifically fellowships that will ease their financial burdens. Fellowships will enable graduate students to pursue their studies to the fullest extent, unleashing their genius and creativity and bringing renown to the Technion through their technological discoveries. The Technion's Program to Foster Academic Excellence, aimed at alleviating student financial.... Read more

Haverim: Distributing free medication in Israel - Friends For Health

2nd Corona Wave - and We're Still Giving out Meds!

Sep 2, 2020   At Haverim L'Refuah we share a goal for 'Tikun Olam'; to improve and repair our world.   Our mission is to ensure that every person in Israel receives the medicines they need, regardless of their economic situation, so that nobody no longer need choose between medicine – and food - ever again.  Our Free Pharmacy project is a unique and ground-breaking initiative worldwide, providing over 5,500 people with life-saving medication every month, free of charge. The medicine is.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

SUMMARY FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 2020

Aug 31, 2020   Animals need shelter to protect them from heavy rainfall during the monsoon. Stray animals are those who suffer the most in this season; without roof, proper food, clean drinking water and with deadly road accidents, viral fever, Tick problem, Diarrhoea etc are the common problems faced by them. Jivdaya Charitable Trust tries to reach every corner of the city and provide treatment to the needy ailing animals through the mobile clinic vans .During the entire month of July our treatment vans and.... Read more

Support most vulnerable & fight against isolation - Secours Catholique - Caritas France

Training of young people in Antsirabe (Madagascar)

Aug 28, 2020   In central Madagascar, 164 km south of the capital Antananarivo, the diocese of Antsirabe (Vakinankaratra region) covers an area of 16,000 km² and brings together around 1.803 million inhabitants, more than half of whom are young people. Poverty in the region is particularly serious in this rural environment where agricultural production (rice, corn, vegetables, fruit trees) does not cover all the food needs of peasant families. In the region, the poverty level is 75.8% (INSTAT 2010),.... Read more

ODTU GELECEGIMIZ FUND-TOUCH THE LIFE OF SOMEBODY - TURK EGITIM VAKFI (TEV)

COVID-19 DESTROYED THE WORLD

Aug 10, 2020                                    GRADUATION CEREMONY ON ZOOM COVID-19 affected us like the other countries.All the schools closed and passed to online educaton.But it brought some problems.After investigation one by one we determined the lack of internet service and laptops of scholarship holders.So we solved these problems by getting additional donations which were sent to their accounts directly from our.... Read more

Support 200 Women Start Small Businesses in Turkey - Kadin Emegini Degerlendirme Vakfi

Solidarity with micro entrepreneur women

Aug 4, 2020   After our last report on April 7th, due to the pandemic, the Turkish government started to impose lockdowns on 31 metropolitan cities on the weekends in addition to previously imposed restrictions on the movement between cities and lockdowns for people under 20 and over 65 years of age. State announced economic stimulus packages for the private sector; however, these did not provide any support for micro and small enterprises or self-employed except for postponing tax payments and providing.... Read more

Live and Learn in Kenya Int'l Sponsorship Program - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

This is What Sponsorship Means - HOPE

Jul 31, 2020   Four hundred and ninety-one children have hope where there was none before! What does sponsorship at Live and Learn in Kenya International mean in the lives of these hundreds of children? It means that they are now able to go to school wearing their mandatory uniforms and shoes, having textbooks and school supplies for all of their classes and courses, having at least one warm and nutritious meal a day - six days a week, being able to go to the Live and Learn in Kenya Education Center.... Read more

Rescuing and rehoming abandoned dogs in Hong Kong - Hong Kong Dog Rescue

Rescued just in time

Jul 31, 2020   The three new dogs were picked up from AFCD Sheung Shui in the morning and taken straight to Concordia Pet Care for a check-up and vaccination, and for Ava, the six year-old pom, it was just in time as she was found to have pyometra.  This is a life-threatening condition which would almost inevitably result in death if not treated, and that means surgically removing the infected uterus.  Thank goodness we got her out in time, and especially as she had already had to wait until after.... Read more

Education Versus Lost Generation! - Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants

Those On the Border

Jul 27, 2020   Following Turkey’s declaration of 28 February 2020 that it would no longer prevent those wishing to leave the country, 14,000 irregular migrants, asylum seekers and refugees set off to the border regions, motivated by the dream of finally being able to cross into European countries. Bearing in mind the fact that sea crossings would more likely pose a life-threatening risk, a majority of irregular migrants preferred moving towards the Edirne Pazarkule and Ipsala border gates located on the.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Summary for the month June 2020

Jul 27, 2020   Monsoon is one of the worst seasons for stray animals. The condition during this time becomeeven more distressing for them. One of the biggest problems that stray animals face during the rainy season is the absence of a permanent roof, clean drinking water and food for them, which causes various seasonal disease like- Diarrhoea, skin allergies,viral fever, flu with vomiting etc.During the entire month our treatment van were extremely busy to reach to every corner of the city with their.... Read more

Education for Blind Chinese Orphans - Bethel Foundation Limited

Q2 2020 Spring Covid Update

Jul 24, 2020   Covid Update Throughout the last quarter school’s in Beijing have been closed due to Covid, which gave Bethel an opportunity to focus on outreach, while being able support our children in other ways. Because Bethel’s main school has been closed for several months now, expenses continue, and we’ve had to furlough and lay off several of our amazing staff members due to the shortage of scholarship and sponsorship funds that support the school. We are really hoping that the.... Read more

Give Support to 600 Syrian Refugee Families - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Emergency aid for displaced families

Jul 21, 2020   In the tenth year of the Syrian crisis, the humanitarian situation in many regions remains poor. Both IDPs and host communities lack basic necessities such as food, clean water and health care. Tens of thousands of families live in ruined buildings, empty schools and shops, or sleep outdoors in public places and parks. They have no access to aid and are without protection. The need for income opportunities is also particularly high. Together with our partners, we have been active in Syria for.... Read more

Education Versus Lost Generation! - Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants

From Iraq to Ankara Children's Council

Jul 14, 2020   From Iraq to Ankara Children's Council 2 Iraqi refugee girls selected for Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Children's Council Ehlem and Fatma, are 13 years old two daughters who fled with their families from the war in Iraq came to Turkey. First, they started school in Turkey and learned Turkish. Now with their peers, they work and help for the children and nature in the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Children's Council.   The path of Ehlem and Fatma crossed at the Children's Commission.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Challenges face during monsoon

Jul 13, 2020   Dear Supporters! Thank you for showing your support and trust in our work. Without your kindness and loving hands, we would not have been achieved our goals. We need your association with us for today and tomorrow to serve the speechless better. The stray animals are the ones who suffer the most in any of the seasons in India. While we are happy to welcome a soothing monsoon after a hot summer, there are hundreds of stray animals who fall sick in this rainy season because of no shelter.With lack.... Read more

Stray Dogs become "Therapy Dogs" - NPO Japan Animal Therapy Association

Dog Farm Fuji-no-Sato Renewal Project Launched!

Jul 14, 2020   Hello.Thank you for your warm support for JATA's "Stray Dogs become therapy dogs" project.Continuing from the last issue, we will be reporting about Fuji no Sato, a dog farm where many therapy dogs live. We are raising emergency relief funds to help improve the living conditions for the dogs at Fuji no Sato.In this report, we will tell you why we decided to ask for emergency funds at this time. We would like to explain in more detail what is going on here. Fuji No Sato is the place where Johann,.... Read more

Help for Refugees - Aktion Deutschland Hilft e.V.

What Esma from Syria dreams of

Jul 9, 2020   Esma* looks to the future with courage and hope: "I want to become a gynaecologist," she explains. The girl is eleven years old and grew up in Syria. Her childhood has so far been marked by war, flight and loss.   Escape in Syria: Mother and child had to leave their hometown   Since 2011, a brutal conflict has dominated the lives of children, women and men in Syria. Esma's father died in the war and she and her mother had to flee their hometown of Homs. Today she lives in the Idlib.... Read more

Weekend "Back to Nature program" - NPO Mirai no Mori

Summer Program update

Jul 7, 2020   From the entire Mirai no Mori team, we hope this note finds you and your loved ones healthy and safe during these trying times. First and foremost, we wanted to assure you that Mirai no Mori remains committed to our mission, and we are working on creative solutions to continue to deliver support to the children we serve, in such a way as to also maintain proper safety procedures. We have been in close contact with the care homes to stay updated on their situation and needs. While.... Read more

Early Intervention for Childhood Disabilities - Amar Seva Sangam

Early Intervention for Childhood Disabilities.

Jul 6, 2020   The spread of the Corona virus world over is causing unimaginable hardships and human losses with no definite end of the pandemic in sight.  Due to its large scale negative impact and unimaginable spread, the fight against COVID 19 has become the utmost priority one. Due to the various strict protocols and lockdown in place, we are unable to carry out our regular outreach and other related activities of our Early Intervention for children with developmental delays. We will take up all the.... Read more

ODTU GELECEGIMIZ FUND-TOUCH THE LIFE OF SOMEBODY - TURK EGITIM VAKFI (TEV)

COVID-19 DESTROYED THE WORLD

Jul 4, 2020   COVID-19 effected us like the other countries.All the schools closed and passed to online educaton.But it brought some problems.After investigation one by one we determined the lack of internet service and laptops of scholarship holders.So we solved these problems by getting additional donations which were sent to their accounuts directly from our graduates.Even by the same way we gave 1.000 tl to 35 scholarship holders whose parents lost their jobs.During pandemic we created new projects and.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Dog recovery from deadly road accident

Jul 3, 2020   Respected Donors! Greeting from Jivdaya Charitable Trust! Thank you for showing your support and trust in our work. Without your kindness and loving hands, we would not have been achieved our goals. We need your association with us for today and tomorrow to serve the speechless better. Jivdaya Charitable Trust rendered free medical treatment and care to Sick, Injured and depressed stray animals at their local areas through our “Animal Care on Wheels” project. Aim of this project isto.... Read more

Give HK Cleft Lip and Palate Families a Smile - Hong Kong Association for Cleft Lip and Palate

2020 Quarter 1 Report

Jun 29, 2020   Donation of Protection Masks & Sanitizing Products Due to Coronavirus Pandemic, HKACLP temporarily closed its service centre and stopped almost all services since February 2020.  As local transmission numbers have come down since May 2020, Government’s tightened measures gradually relaxes and thus the association’s operation resumes to normal. In the initial stage of Coronavirus outbreak, there was also severe shortage of facial mask and sanitizing products, causing the.... Read more

Nurses for Night Care - Irish Hospice Foundation

Nurses for Night Care - June 2020

Jun 26, 2020   Dear donor,  Thank you for your support during these difficult times. We really appreciate it!  As you know, The IHF Nurses for Night Care enables people dying with illnesses other than cancer; such as dementia, heart failure or end stage kidney disease, to receive nursing care at night time in their own homes. The service is continuing to grow. So far in 2020 there has been a 5% increase in demand in comparison to the same period.... Read more

Live&Learn in Kenya School Classroom Construction - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

...on to the construction of the next unit of classrooms!

Jun 22, 2020   As the years go by we are watching the Live and Learn in Kenya Education Center grow and blossom into a true community of children, youths as well as their parents and a strong, hard-working staff so that the poorest of the poor will be able to receive an excellent education and rip themselves out of the vicious circle of poverty. Five incredibly solid, beautiful buildings have been constructed - the primary school with its 8 classrooms and offices, a 3-classroom kindergarten, a modern kitchen.... Read more

Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy) - Ethica Rationalis e.V.

Providing education ethics & sustainability Q2/20

Jun 22, 2020   For the second quarter of 2020 we would like to report on 2 focus topics 1. a series of articles and online discussions with our readers on the topic "Being truly human and behaving ethically in times of the Corona Crisis' 2. connecting partners with goals similar to ours; introducing Rock Your Life! **************************** 1. "Being truly human and behaving ethically in times of the Corona Crisis'. The initial article centered around the necessity to take the.... Read more

Give Seriously ill Children their Childhood Back - Barretstown

Introducing Barretstown Live

Jun 16, 2020   As one of our valued donors, we want to share an update from Barretstown Camp with you. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the Barretstown team had to make the very difficult decision to postpone our residential camps. But, we are determined to keep the Barretstown magic alive. Our Barretstown families are amongst the most vulnerable in society and even more isolated than usual by Covid-19. To ensure we can continue to support our Barretstown families during this hard time we have created our new.... Read more

Gift of Sight to 1000 needy people of rural India - Alakh Nayan Mandir

Gift of Sight to Needy Patients in Rural India - June 2020 Report

Jun 12, 2020   March onwards, the entire world has witnessed an unusual situation with a global health crisis, which has had a deep impact on the entire world and eaveryone's lives. Situation has been similar in India. All the community outreach activities came to a halt and suddenly there has been a change in the way our hospital works.  For many weeks together, we attended only to eye emergencies in the hospital, discontinued all outreach activities. Now since last fortnight, gradually the patient.... Read more

New playground for the Keshatot School - The Keshatot Children Foundation

New Theraputic Garden at Dror High School

Jun 11, 2020   The Fund for Keshatot Children [reg. no. 580540532, recognized charity, clause 46, Israel Income Tax Authority] was established in 2011 by parents of autistic children who studied at the Keshatot Center in order to assist autistic children in their schools.The fund seeks contributions for complementary para-medical treatments [which are not among the therapies and treatments provided by the Ministry of Education], therapeutic and technological equipment and infrastructure improvement. The fund.... Read more

Food Angel- Food Rescue & Food Assistance Program - Food Angel By Bo Charity Foundation

Food Assistance During COVID-19

Jun 10, 2020   During the outbreak of COVID-19 from February to May 2020, Food Angel had to suspend the hot meal services and community centre services as the venues have to be temporarily closed to reduce the risk of infection among service users, staff and volunteers. We were very concerned with the livelihoods of our members from deprived families as many faced unemployment and shortened work hours, as well as our elderly who were unable to source infection control items like masks and hand sanitizers..... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Feeding stray dogs in Covid-19 lockdown

Jun 8, 2020   Dear friends Greeting from Jivdaya Charitable Trust The lockdown has affected all of us but has an enormous impact on the stray animals, specifically in the urban set up. The strays have no means of feeding themselves as all hotels, restaurants, roadside eateries; marketplaces are closed where they used to have easy access to food. Even the regular feeders are also not being able to go out for feeding honoring social distancing. Stray animals are starving, while the availability of food remains.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Summary for the month of February 2020

Jun 5, 2020   Dear Friends Stray animal rescue is one of the main focuses of our work here in Ahmedabad. As you know, thousands of animals live on the street of Ahmedabad. Animals, especially dogs, cat, cows are cruelly mistreated and often the victims of deadly road accident without a hint of compassion. Luckily, we do have community members and Jivdaya Premi (Animal lovers) that are compassionate and will call our Help Line if they see a sick or injured animal on the street. In the month of February,.... Read more

Educating the slums - Maria Cristina Foundation

2020 is here to test our resilience

May 29, 2020   The challenges in recent months have been there for everybody in the world, however for developing countries, especially the slums where we work in Bangladesh, the challenges have been immense.   The year started well, we moved the majority of our students to a new school in Dhaka, with a fantastic reputation and with an array of extra-curricular activities that have never been available to our students before. The students are much so much happier and have a more positive attitude to learn.... Read more

Support Croix-Rouge francaise - CROIX-ROUGE FRANCAISE (French Red Cross)

French Red Cross's response to the Covid-19 crisis

May 27, 2020   Report French Red Cross – May 2020 The French Red Cross is very grateful and thankful to all supporters and donors who made the organization’s humanitarian actions possible over the last few months. Please find below some information about our latest activities, which were obviously focused around the response to the Covid-19 sanitarian crisis.   Covid-19 actions The Covid-19 epidemic hit France hard and led it to a sanitary, economic and social crisis unprecedented for a.... Read more

Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergic Patients - Friends of Assaf Harofeh Medical Center

Allergic Immunotherapy and the COVID-19 pandemic

May 26, 2020   We wish our supporters well during these trying times. While there is no evidence to date that allergic disease including food allergy and asthma are negatively impacted by the virus, logistically our oral immunotherapy treatment has been challenged dramatically. Due to the closure of routine clinics in the Hospital for the month of April, several adjustments were made to our program. First, patients requiring doses from the laboratory were replenished with another month supply for home dosing.... Read more

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships - Israel Friends of Technion

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships

May 18, 2020   To help the Technion's graduate students maximize their potential, the Technion must develop new and significant sources of funding, specifically fellowships that will ease their financial burdens. Fellowships will enable graduate students to pursue their studies to the fullest extent, unleashing their genius and creativity and bringing renown to the Technion through their technological discoveries. The Technion's Program to Foster Academic Excellence, aimed at alleviating student financial.... Read more

Finding + supporting mentors for pupils in Berlin - PaSch at NachbarschaftsEtage at Fabrik Osloer Strasse e.V.

PaSch in times of Corona

May 18, 2020   Dear Donors,   first of all, we hope you are safe and healthy! In these challenging times, we all struggle in different ways and have to get used to our new everyday life. People are concerned about their health or their future or about relatives and friends. PaSch has nevertheless continued working but of course adopted to our new situation. We want to share the newest information about PaSch with you. Like mentioned in our last report we started 2020 with some changes. In February, our.... Read more

Find Solutions to Extreme Poverty in India - Fundacion Vicente Ferrer

AT THE FRONTLINE TO STOP COVID-19 IN INDIA

May 18, 2020   Fundación Vicente Ferrer (FVF) joined the Government at different levels for more effective and quick response to the Corona virus pandemic Abiding by ours principles - Work beyond duty – the present times demand that we try to push beyond our capacities. That is why Fundación Vicente Ferrer (FVF) have decided to act as a single unit since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in India, using all its resources and expertise to contain and fight this pandemic. Following the.... Read more

Ethiopia: help for the drought affected - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Multiple frighten: Corona, grasshoppers and hunger

May 7, 2020   The situation in East Ethiopia The project region Eli Daar in Afar is affected by one of the worst desert locust invasions in the last 25 years. The speed with which the locusts spread and the size of the affected areas exceed the capacity of the authorities to bring the swarms under control.The locust swarms in the Afar region not only lead to crop losses, but also to the large-scale destruction of pasture land in the districts of Andaba, Akkule, Aba'a and Wahan. Since these areas border on.... Read more

Haverim: Distributing free medication in Israel - Friends For Health

With 25% unemployment: EVERYONE calls us for free meds!

May 7, 2020   Our vision, of “Making sure no people in Israel will have to choose between medicine – and food” has never, in our 17 years of existence, been more urgent. We wanted to share with you the extraordinary demands we have been encountering in these last two months since the Covid-19 crisis hit Israel. As over one million Israelis suddenly became unemployed in this crisis, Haverim received an avalanche of requests for medicine. We now supply some 9,000 packages of free medicine.... Read more

Support most vulnerable & fight against isolation - Secours Catholique - Caritas France

Our teams remain mobilized during the covid-19 crisis

Apr 30, 2020   The unprecedented health crisis we are facing right now forces each of our countries to take drastic measures to ensure the security of populations, leaving the most precarious among us behind. Those who live on the street, in temporary accommodation (social hotels), makeshift (squats, shantytowns...) or without resources are without a protection solution in the face of this pandemic.   Major operation already launched: the distribution of service vouchers While the collective distribution.... Read more

Live and Learn in Kenya Int'l Sponsorship Program - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

In the midst of Corona...

Apr 8, 2020   The coronavirus is taking its toll all over the world. A friend of mine commented that we aren't stuck in our houses - we are safe in our homes. And that is so very true. We can complain about toilet paper and bananas and having to sit around at home not knowing what to do with ourselves all day long after binge-watching some silly TV series or playing the same video games for hours on end and searching the internet for something else to buy to pass the hours. But at the end of.... Read more

Community Based Rehabilitation of HKSR - Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation

Introducing Robotics for Innovative Rehabilitation

Apr 7, 2020   Collaborating with the Neurorehabilitation and Robotics Laboratory of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Lee Quo Wei Day Rehabilitation and Care Centre (LQW) introduced four innovative rehabilitation devices for clinical research: (1) the “Hand of Hope”, (2) an Interactive Exoskeleton Ankle Robot, (3) an Interactive Functional Electrical Stimulation Cycling System, and (4) an Augmented Reality Rehabilitation Training System. The “Hand of Hope” was firstly brought into.... Read more

Support 200 Women Start Small Businesses in Turkey - Kadin Emegini Degerlendirme Vakfi

Micro loans for businesses of low income women

Apr 7, 2020   Thanks to our donors through GlobalGiving since July 2019, 6 more women in Eskisehir were able to get loans to invest in their micro businesses. The business supported included painting, knitting, selling clothing from home, selling cosmetics, producing wooden decorative items. While one of them was getting her 3rd loan, others were getting 6th, 7th,8th, 12th loans. The income that women earn from these businesses are, for most of them, the primary source of income. They mention that the loans.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Parvo is a preventable Disease

Apr 6, 2020   Dear Supporters! Parvovirus is a seasonal disease for canines and this time we have started receiving almost 30 to 35 cases on the daily basis where our Jivdaya mobile clinic vans reached out to their local area for the treatment and fast recovery. Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious viral disease which spreads rapidly in the Puppies, adolescent dogs and canines who are not vaccinated. It severely affects intestinal track and also the white blood cells, and when young animals are infected,.... Read more

Rescuing and rehoming abandoned dogs in Hong Kong - Hong Kong Dog Rescue

Adapting as necessary under Covid-19 outbreak

Apr 1, 2020   For the first time in many years our regular Sunday Puppy Afternoon didn't take place, not only because both Whiskers N Paws and our own Ap Lei Chau Homing Centre were closed, but also because "gatherings" of more than four people are now not allowed.  We're all having to adapt to  a new way of living and working, and currently that means meeting available puppies in their respective foster homes unless they're staying at our Tai Po Homing Centre which is open as usual due to it being.... Read more

Education for Blind Chinese Orphans - Bethel Foundation Limited

Bethel China Special COVID-19 Update

Mar 26, 2020   Current Situation  The last three months have been an interesting and trying time for everyone in China and around the world. We had just celebrated the first month of our two new teenager vocational skill programs in Jiang Xi Provence and Zheng Zhou, both of which were opened at the end of 2019, when the corona virus began to spread across the country. With the rapid spread of the virus, our school and our partnered satellite site schools (much like many other institutions) have been.... Read more

Volunteering for those in need - Stichting Present Den Haag

Thank you!

Mar 24, 2020   I want to thank the International flex group of Stichting Present Den Haag. Thank you for allowing me to come from Sweden to the Netherlands to do my internship. Thank you for helping expats all over The Hague to connect with other expats, making friends and building up a new network in a new country. Thank you for connecting us with people we would not meet otherwise, bridging the gap between people and making it possible for us to support others. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to help.... Read more

Stray Dogs become "Therapy Dogs" - NPO Japan Animal Therapy Association

To everyone who supports our association

Mar 19, 2020   Thank you for your support and cooperation. I'm Eiko Kazama, the president. Our association has around 100 dogs in total, including active therapy dogs, retired therapy dogs, future therapy dogs and rescued dogs. 50 dogs are living in Yamato, Kanagawa and another 50 dogs are in a farm (the village of Fuji) in Mishima, Shizuoka. More than half of them are large dogs, including super large dogs such as St. Bernard and Great Dane, and large dogs such as Golden Retriever and Borzoi and many more. So.... Read more

Help for Refugees - Aktion Deutschland Hilft e.V.

A new chance for Fatima

Mar 17, 2020   Afghanistan is one of the least developed countries in the world. For decades, conflict, terror and poverty have shaped people's lives. The education system has also suffered: many children cannot attend school regularly because the situation is too uncertain. Over 60 percent of the country's adults are illiterate. Street signs, the names of businesses, the numbers on their phones. Fatima wasn’t able to read any of that. "It was so humiliating," says the 31-year-old woman from Afghanistan..... Read more

Education Versus Lost Generation! - Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants

It is never too late to pursue your dreams

Mar 16, 2020   We would like to share a case story of one of our beneficiaries with you… Hadeel, who is 22 years old, aims to finish her school and to become a successful businesswoman by climbing up the ladder of success step by step. When asked about what her goal is in terms of education and career, Hadeel says the following in response: “Finishing my school and becoming a successful businesswoman by climbing up the ladder of success step by step, and even having a company of my.... Read more

Weekend "Back to Nature program" - NPO Mirai no Mori

KIKORI program report

Mar 12, 2020   Date: Saturday, February 29thLocation: TakaoParticipants: 13 campers, 3 care workers, 5 LITs, 8 corporate volunteers, 9 Mirai no Mori staff, 2 volunteers Program:  For our Winter Back to Nature program, our partners from Mori to Odoru guided us on how to make a beautiful forest. At our 6th KIKORI program, together we engaged the children, our leaders in training (LITs), and the community partners while taking a holistic development approach.Our day in the woods started.... Read more

Early Intervention for Childhood Disabilities - Amar Seva Sangam

Early Intervention Progress!!

Mar 11, 2020   Amar Seva Sangam have a centre for Early Intervention, the idea behind EIC is to intervene as early as possible and minimize disability so that the child can reach the highest potential. Research has shown that the period from birth to 6 years are the most critical years for all children, and more so for children with disabilities. Growth and development of a child is at its greatest in the first two to three years. During this phase of cognitive development, foundations of intelligence and.... Read more

Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy) - Ethica Rationalis e.V.

Providing education ethics & sustainability Q1/20

Mar 11, 2020   In the first quarter of 2020 we had 2 focus topics 1. organization and preparation of another PhiloBrunch that will take place end of March. This time the topic will be: "Ethics in the field of art and morals 4.0" 2. we ran another survey on a case study about practical ethics. Our topic was: A new job with a twist - what would you do? ---------------------------------- 1. PhiloBrunch "Ethics in the field of art and morals 4.0"   Our speaker Mr. Hubert Thurnhofer from Vienna.... Read more

ODTU GELECEGIMIZ FUND-TOUCH THE LIFE OF SOMEBODY - TURK EGITIM VAKFI (TEV)

LAST YEAR'S PERFORMANCE WAS SPECTACULAR

Mar 9, 2020   Last month we met with 28 donors who were graduated from METU previous years and scholarship holders.During 4 days donors talked about their experiences and replied the questions which came from students.Business networking coach Mr.Uzunoglu emphasized on the importance of networking,while Mrs. Ataman gave information about mindfulness.At the same time,Mr.Demiral who is owner of The Coaching Company explained ''coaching support'' ,determined new students who will get coaching support.This year.... Read more

Nurses for Night Care - Irish Hospice Foundation

Nurses for Night Care - March 2020

Mar 2, 2020   Dear donor, Thank you so much for your wonderful generosity.  Home is like no other place, so it is no surprise that most of us want to spend our final days at home with the people we love; however only 25% of the population are able to fulfil their final wish. The IHF Nurses for Night Care enables people dying with illnesses other than cancer; such as dementia, heart failure or end stage kidney disease, to receive nursing care at night time in their own homes. The service provides clinical.... Read more

Give Support to 600 Syrian Refugee Families - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

"We now have a home again"

Feb 27, 2020   After six and a half years, Mohammed returned with his family to his home in Homs. The apartment was badly damaged, two rooms completely burned out, the rest of their belongings looted. The partner organisation of Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe, GOPA-DERD, installed new windows, doors and electricity in the apartment and fitted a new toilet and the connections for shower, sink and hot water. Mohammed helped, mended the brickwork and painted the walls. He is still working as a nurse and can feed the.... Read more

Give HK Cleft Lip and Palate Families a Smile - Hong Kong Association for Cleft Lip and Palate

2019 GlobalGiving Quarter 4 Report

Feb 27, 2020   One-stop Services for New Parents  Cleft lip and palate is one of the most common congenital anomalies that can be corrected through surgeries.  However, if the parents are ignorant about the deformity, they may not give appropriate care and due treatments to their cleft babies.  Yet, after the parents has got immediate assistance and equipped with more knowledge, they will find that looking after cleft babies are not that difficult jobs. We provide one-stop services for new.... Read more

Live&Learn in Kenya School Classroom Construction - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

The LLK Education Center Kindergarten is Finished - Now On to build the Vocational Training Building

Feb 27, 2020   What a fabulously happy day February 24th was at the Live and Learn in Kenya Education Center in Nakuru! After only 4 months of intensive building, the Live and Learn in Kenya Kindergarten was completed and after the 1-week school break, the big day arrived. 90 happily singing and chanting little girls and boys marched behind their teachers into their gorgeous new classrooms. Thirty little 3-year-old nursery school children sat on a carpet - their furniture is to be delivered 4 days later - and.... Read more

Stray Dogs become "Therapy Dogs" - NPO Japan Animal Therapy Association

Dog's farm" Village of Fuji"

Feb 25, 2020   Hello!Thank you as always for your warm support for JATA’s “Stray Dogs become therapy dogs“ project. This time we introduce you our facility, “Village of Fuji”. “Village of Fuji” is located in Mishima-city, Shizuoka prefecture at the foot of Japan’s most famous mountain, Mt. Fuji. It is approximately two hours from Kanagawa prefecture where JATA’s headquarters is located. In “Village of Fuji”, dogs live freely and easily in a vast.... Read more

Give Seriously ill Children their Childhood Back - Barretstown

Thank you from our Barretstown Families

Feb 20, 2020   Dear Friend, Because of support like yours, this weekend we are able to welcome twenty-six families from across the country to our first Barretstown Bereavement Family Camp of the year. Bereavement weekends at Barretstown offer the whole family a supportive environment within which they can spend quality time together, find support, share their experience of loss and find ways to look to the journey ahead. This programme helps families to heal and offers them the support of our.... Read more

Food Angel- Food Rescue & Food Assistance Program - Food Angel By Bo Charity Foundation

Grateful for our elder Yuet Sim's simple changes

Feb 18, 2020   Four years ago, an elder Yuet Sim who was reaching age 80, resided alone in the makeshift ‘rooftop flat’ on the ninth floor at an old Chinese tenement building with inadequate facilities in one of the poorest districts in Hong Kong. The flat was without a kitchen, toilet nor a proper bed frame. As the structure was built with simple metal sheets, it got stuffy during sunny days, and water is leaked on cooler rainy days. Every day, Yuet Sim collected cardboard boxes from the streets.... Read more

Gift of Sight to 1000 needy people of rural India - Alakh Nayan Mandir

Gift of Sight to Needy Patients in Rural India - February 2020 Report

Feb 13, 2020   Alakh Nayan Mandir Eye Institute works towards fulfilling of its mission of “Providing Quality Vision to All”. It has been touching numerous lives in this pursuit, by making high quality eye care accessible to the most vulnerable populations. In continuum of this, a series of free eye screening camps were organized in the region with a specific target on the unreached people. Past three months have witnessed another pace in the direction of comprehensive eye care. 83 Free Eye Camps.... Read more

New playground for the Keshatot School - The Keshatot Children Foundation

A new year - new goals

Feb 12, 2020   The Fund for Keshatot Children [reg. no. 580540532, recognized charity, clause 46, Israel Income Tax Authority] was established in 2011 by parents of autistic children who studied at the Keshatot Center in order to assist autistic children in their schools.The fund seeks contributions for complementary para-medical treatments [which are not among the therapies and treatments provided by the Ministry of Education], therapeutic and technological equipment and infrastructure improvement. The fund.... Read more

Support most vulnerable & fight against isolation - Secours Catholique - Caritas France

Protection of natural resources in Guatemala

Feb 12, 2020   Context Levels of poverty - particularly in rural areas and among indigenous groups - and inequality remain among the highest in Guatemala. Also, the level of chronic child malnutrition (48% of children under five, 80% of whom are from indigenous groups) has a definite impact on the education and health of these children. The Alta Verapaz department is the poorest in Guatemala, in several municipalities more than half of the population lives in extreme poverty (The index of human development in.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Summary for the month of January 2020

Feb 10, 2020   Dear supporter We are pleased to share the great news! We are much honored to have been recognized as a “Super star, Effective, Top ranked & Fully Vetted organization” on GlobalGiving! Thank you GlobalGiving team for your Valuable Support & Guidance through the year. A huge Thanks to all our Supporters, Donors & who made it possible! Every single day we receive animals that are suffering and need help.  They rely on us and we rely on you, our donors. Thousands of.... Read more

Support Croix-Rouge francaise - CROIX-ROUGE FRANCAISE (French Red Cross)

Novembre2019-January2020 Report

Jan 31, 2020   The French Red Cross thanks all the people who supported its action during the last month and year. Please find below information about of our latest activities:   Eye-catching stars for Paris Red Cross beneficiaries Wednesday, December 11, the Île-de-France Red Cross invited 2,500 people to celebrate the Operation "Stars in the Eyes" under the marquee of the Cirque Phénix in Paris. Performed by the Les Étoiles de Mongolie troupe, the show called "Nomade" warmed hearts.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Dog with a lower Jaw fracture

Jan 31, 2020   Dear supporters, Every day we treat cases of animals on the streets through our mobile animal clinic that are injured, sick, weak, and in need of care and we cannot do it without your support. Animal, especially stray dogs, are cruelly mistreated and often the victim of such cases. Vehicular trauma or hit by any object is the common cause in Jaw fracture in dogs. Recently we have come across one such case, during our field visit we have rescued a dog, was run over by a car and nearly lost.... Read more

Finding + supporting mentors for pupils in Berlin - PaSch at NachbarschaftsEtage at Fabrik Osloer Strasse e.V.

New year, new mentoring

Jan 24, 2020   Dear donors, Thank you for your contribution to PaSch. I’m happy to share the newest evolutions of the project. At the end of last year, we casted a few seeds that start to push through and grow. Therefor we experience an event- and changeful time at the moment. In the last months of 2019 we interviewed new volunteers who want to become a mentor for PaSch. Some of them proofed dependable interest and competences. On top of that we could change the project structure and integrate another.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Summary for the month of December 2019

Jan 21, 2020   Respected Donors! Jivdaya Charitable Trust wishes you a very happy and prosperous new year 2020! Friends’ stray animal rescue is one of the main focuses of our work here in Ahmedabad. As you know, thousands of animals live on the street of Ahmedabad. Animals, especially dogs, are cruelly mistreated and often hit by cars without a hint of compassion. Luckily, we do have community members that are compassionate and will call our Help Line if they see a sick or injured animal on the.... Read more

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships - Israel Friends of Technion

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships

Jan 21, 2020   To help the Technion's graduate students maximize their potential, the Technion must develop new and significant sources of funding, specifically fellowships that will ease their financial burdens. Fellowships will enable graduate students to pursue their studies to the fullest extent, unleashing their genius and creativity and bringing renown to the Technion through their technological discoveries. The Technion's Program to Foster Academic Excellence, aimed at alleviating student financial.... Read more

Haverim: Distributing free medication in Israel - Friends For Health

New Mobile Pharmacy Van!

Jan 8, 2020   How do you make sure that even the most remote city, the most destitute patient, the elderly, handicapped and infirm – all receive life-saving and pain-relieving medication, for free? For the last 16 years, Haverim's Free Pharmacy has been supplying more and more poor, needy, handicapped and elderly people with the medicine they simply cannot afford. We have been making sure they no longer have to choose between medicine – and food. However, mailing out 5,000 packages a month still.... Read more

Volunteering for those in need - Stichting Present Den Haag

We did it again!

Jan 8, 2020   Yes! We did it again! Last year we organized a dinner for 100 people we have helped throughout the year. I wrote a report on it as well. But last year this was the closing of our jubilea. This year we just did because we all loved it so much! To organize a project like this takes a lot more effort than our regular projects. It also cost a lot more. So we couldn't have done if it weren't for the help we received from several local entrepeneurs who donated generously. It turned out to be an.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Puppy adoption

Jan 8, 2020   There are thousands of stray animals living on the streets of Ahmedabad. Every month, we respond to dozens of calls to our helpline about dogs that have been hit by a car or animals suffering from severe wounds, illnesses, or diseases. This season we have received 25 orphan stray puppies during our field visit as their mother died in road accidents or due to any other seasonal diseases. After rescuing we are trying to raise them in a stress free and healthy environment and after a month of.... Read more

Haverim: Distributing free medication in Israel - Friends For Health

New Mobile Pharmacy Van!

Jan 8, 2020   How do you make sure that even the most remote city, the most destitute patient, the elderly, handicapped and infirm – all receive life-saving and pain-relieving medication, for free? For the last 16 years, Haverim's Free Pharmacy has been supplying more and more poor, needy, handicapped and elderly people with the medicine they simply cannot afford. We have been making sure they no longer have to choose between medicine – and food. However, mailing out 5,000 packages a month still.... Read more

Ethiopia: help for the drought affected - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Life-threatening water masses - Save people from hunger and diseases

Jan 6, 2020   After months of drought in East Africa, the hoped-for rain finally came in early October. However, the heavy rainfall also led to mudslides and landslides in Ethiopia. Many roads and bridges had to be closed after brooks turned into torrents.According to our partner RACIDA in the Somali region (Ethiopia), famine threatens if those affected do not receive support. The families lost their cattle and sparse crops (as did many of their homes) first through the drought and then through the floods. In.... Read more

Educating the slums - Maria Cristina Foundation

2019 Challenging but Successful

Dec 30, 2019   2019 has been a special year for us, but also a stressful one with many challenges. We continue our main focus of getting students through to graduate high School grade 12, but we also try our best to do more than that for them. For these students, from very challenged, marginalized backgrounds form a slum area in Dhaka Bangladesh, it is a massive achievement for them to be able to graduate from a reputable high school. Our goal from the very beginning, was to enable these students to compete.... Read more

"Ofarim" - School for Autistic Children - Ofarim

Ofarim School December 2019 Report

Dec 30, 2019   Dear Friends Shalom, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year Towards the end of the year we continue working with the kids with high motivation and drive. In addition to the academic goals we continue to add enjoyable activities to enrich the kids experiences. Our children has communication and expression difficulties. The iPads we are using especially with the Touchat and TanyTab apps enable a new communication method and a better way to reach the children. With the donation we received from you.... Read more

Education for Blind Chinese Orphans - Bethel Foundation Limited

Bethel China 4Q Update 2019

Dec 27, 2019   A Message from Bethel's founders:Dear Bethel friends,  We are celebrating 16 years of service to the children with Visual Impairments in China. When we started, we had to envision what Bethel has grown to become.  Now 16 years later, Delphine and I met with a family who adopted a little girl from Bethel. She was preparing for an audition at her school play. Another one of our Bethel teenage boys is now on his high school track team. Another just rented her own apartment.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Small puppy suffered with a deep wound

Jan 2, 2020   Choking can be a hazard for puppies, imagine being choked to death. In such a situation, our typical reaction would be to scream for help. But when such in humanness is expressed towards animals, whom would they call for help? One such case of brutality came to JCT in the form of a small puppy who suffered a deep wound and unbearable pain due to a plastic band tied around its neck. Our animal care on wheel team rescued this pup and brought him to the hospital for an emergency treatment as he was.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Summary of November 2019

Dec 20, 2019   As winter is here, all the stray animals are trying to cope with this cold weather and waves. We have been receiving calls of many stray animals suffering from various types of illness like: - Parvovirus, kennel cough, Fungal infection etc. We are also coming across animals that are suffering from cold due to underlying medical conditions.Our threemobile animal clinic vans and the vet team were occupied throughout the month to provide medical assistance to different parts of the.... Read more

Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergic Patients - Friends of Assaf Harofeh Medical Center

Highlights of 2019

Dec 19, 2019   Greetings from the Center for Food Allergy at the Shamir Medical Center (formerly Assaf Harofeh)!  We are proud to update you regarding some of the highlights of 2019. - As of December, over 250 patients are in active oral immunotherapy treatment (OIT) programs at our center. The majority of our current patients are enrolled in OIT for milk (95 patients) and treenut (82) allergies, with others receiving treatment for peanut (49), sesame (23) and egg (5) allergies. Treatment success remains.... Read more

Community Based Rehabilitation of HKSR - Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation

Play Intervention for Dementia for Leadership

Dec 20, 2019   Play intervention Programme, a non-drug treatment for dementia popular in North America and Asia in recent years, was introduced in the Tsang Shiu Tim Home for the Elderly (TST Home) in January 2019. The main purpose of the PID programme is to encourage seniors to have fun, express themselves better, interact with each other, and enhance their cognitive and self-care capacity. Interactive games and toys are used to retrain the cognition and senses of residents with dementia. In the past ten.... Read more

Weekend "Back to Nature program" - NPO Mirai no Mori

Christmas program report

Dec 19, 2019   Date: Saturday, December 14thLocation: MitakeParticipants: 40 campers, 10 care workers, 7 LITs, 8 corporate volunteers, 10 Mirai no Mori staff, 8 KIWL santas, 1 program graduate Program: At Back to Nature Christmas Special, smiley faces gathered in Mitake to enjoy the last program of 2019. Despite the cold outside, the wonders and giving spirit made the day a very warm one! With many familiar faces welcoming new members, the day started off in a friendly.... Read more

Education Versus Lost Generation! - Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants

International Migrants Day - 18 December 2019

Dec 18, 2019   With the United Nations General Assembly proclaiming 18 December as International Migrants Day in year 2000, it was aimed for migrant rights to be known worldwide and for awareness to be raised on the problems experienced by migrants. Due to conflicts, economic problems and political reasons in many regions of the world, millions of individuals all over the world have started seeking migration routes, leaving behind their families, homes, lives in pursuit of better conditions. Presently, the.... Read more

Help for Refugees - Aktion Deutschland Hilft e.V.

A new chance in a lost childhood

Dec 16, 2019   Within eight years, the power of the Syrian civil war has destroyed entire cities and thousands of human lives. It has brought hunger and suffering to the innocent civilian population. The children, born during this war do not know neither a life in peace, nor the warm feeling of a cosy home. Many of their houses have been destroyed. Families are still fleeing to save their lives. Amongst them is Aadil*. He is ten years old now and has been living in a refugee camp near the Syrian-Turkey border.... Read more

Live and Learn in Kenya Int'l Sponsorship Program - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

YES - We Did It

Dec 17, 2019   Nineteen years ago - when those little nursery school-aged children were brought to the LIve and Learn in Kenya office by parents or guardians nobody would have imagined that the skinny, hungry and raggedly dressed children would be wearing caps and gowns and being handed over their well-earned diplomas at renowned Kenyan universities!  These four university students from our project graduated! The lovely and very intelligent Luciana graduated with a Bachelor of Education degree in.... Read more

Early Intervention for Childhood Disabilities - Amar Seva Sangam

Early Intervention Progress!!

Dec 16, 2019   Amar Seva Sangam have a centre for Early Intervention, the idea behind EIC is to intervene as early as possible and minimize disability so that the child can reach the highest potential. Research has shown that the period from birth to 6 years are the most critical years for all children, and more so for children with disabilities. Growth and development of a child is at its greatest in the first two to three years. During this phase of cognitive development, foundations of intelligence and.... Read more

ODTU GELECEGIMIZ FUND-TOUCH THE LIFE OF SOMEBODY - TURK EGITIM VAKFI (TEV)

NEW EDUCATION YEAR BEGAN

Dec 11, 2019   2019-20 Educaton year began on October 1st.Middle  East Technical University(METU) embraced 30.000 students.Among these students this year we have 360 scholarshipholders.We increased our scholarships to 360 from 325.38 scholarshipholders were graduated,some of them lost their scholarships because they were unsuccessfull.We selected 200 new scholarshipholders by interwievs among 1.500 students who applied for scholarships.Next week we have traditonal meetings with donors and students in.... Read more

Live&Learn in Kenya School Classroom Construction - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

WE ARE SO VERY CLOSE!

Dec 9, 2019   We are unbelievably close to reaching a goal that was just a dream a few weeks ago!!! With just less than 21.360 US$ and the constructions will be fully funded. Through very generous donations through GlobalGiving and direct European donations, we were able to begin the construction of our kindergarten - which is growing as you read these words. The admin. / library / medical-dental clinic construction will begin soon. Help us to help make the poorest of the poor to the best educated of all!!!.... Read more

Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy) - Ethica Rationalis e.V.

Providing education ethics & sustainability Q4/19

Dec 11, 2019   In our efforts to support and develop ethical literacy in society, we had another successful fourth quarter of 2019: 1. PhiloBrunch 'the ethics of leadership in turbulent times' with Dr. Kreuser on Sat., Nov. 23rd. 2. Support of a Conference on Dec 10th, 2019 at the University of Applied Sciences Munich Campus Pasing. Topic: READING - No Thanks? Challenges of Digitality - See details below: 1. PhiloBrunch: "the ethics of leadership in turbulent.... Read more

Nurses for Night Care - Irish Hospice Foundation

Nurses for Night Care - December 2019

Dec 2, 2019   What we have achieved in the last few months thanks to donors like you: Since January 2019 to October 2019, we have received 569 referrals to the service, and we have provided 1,865 nights of nursing care at home for 569 patients with non-cancer conditions such as Dementia, or Heart Disease. Meaning that in the last ten months, Nurses For Night Care have directly supported 5,690 people.  Each night of care costs around €320 and this gives someone.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Summary for the month of October 2019

Dec 2, 2019   Every day we treat cases of the stray and abandon animals in-house as well as in field through our “Mobile Animal Clinic”. Last month in October 2019, we have treated 1370 animals by our 3 Mobile Clinics and out of which 315patients were admitted in our hospital for further treatment. Out of these cases119 are successfully rehabilitated to their natural habitat after recovery. Below is the treatment summary of our Animal Mobile Clinics for the month of October 2019 Our 3 mobile vans.... Read more

Give Seriously ill Children their Childhood Back - Barretstown

Cancer doesn't know it's Christmas

Dec 2, 2019   Dear Friend of Barretstown, This year your gift has helped to bring a child like Patrick, who is fighting cancer this Christmas to experience one of Barretsotown’s magical and life-changing camps. If you’re lucky, you have a child like Patrick in your life. A live wire. Someone whose smile lights up the house, and whose laughter fills every room with warmth. But four years ago, just before Christmas, Patrick got really sick and his house went quiet. And it stayed that way for a very.... Read more

Rescuing and rehoming abandoned dogs in Hong Kong - Hong Kong Dog Rescue

Lots and lots of puppies!

Dec 2, 2019   It's hard dealing with surrender requests for old dogs, those that have spent their entire lives with their families and who are now being thrown out.  As someone who has, and has had, many old dogs to take care of I fully understand that it can be hard.  There's the same interrupted sleep that comes with having a human baby, often multiple vet visits and medications to buy, so it's a challenge for sure.  However being there for a dog when it needs you the most is part of the deal.... Read more

Disadvantaged youth supports street children! - Stichting Music Mode

New talents for our studio!

Nov 27, 2019   As a foundation we work together and support many youth in Almere. For many years we support the Young Movement.  On October 13, 2019, the 12th edition of the Kempenaar Festival took place in Theater and Cultural Center De Glasbak in Almere. Young Movement has again been able to discover many talents and it was very difficult for the jury to make a decision. Bands, DJs and solo artists were given the opportunity to showcase their talent, gain stage experience and self-confidence, while.... Read more

Stray Dogs become "Therapy Dogs" - NPO Japan Animal Therapy Association

The Great Stray Dog ~Meet and parting with Tarcin~

Nov 27, 2019   I met Tarcin in the summer of 2010. Tarcin was a typical wild dog in Turkey. Tarcin is read as Tartune. It is cinnamon in Turkish. Her partner was Tilki. It is fox in Turkish. (I gave him this name because he looked like a fox.) In the early summer of 2010, I met these two dogs while going to the post office for work. It was before I met the JATA. These two dogs were sitting on the street in front of the post office every day. Usually, wild dogs are thrown stones, so they are scared and go away.... Read more

Food Angel- Food Rescue & Food Assistance Program - Food Angel By Bo Charity Foundation

The launch of cook-chill congee!

Nov 22, 2019   The Cook-chill soups have been very popular since Food Angel launched the ‘Cook-chill Food Care Programme’, as they are MSG-free yet rich-flavored with essence from various ingredients. To provide a larger variety of food products, cook-chill congee was launched in October this year. After the congee is chilled, the nutrients, flavors and quality are well preserved. They can be stored up to 4 days in the fridge, and our service-users can reheat the congee according to their.... Read more

Biodiversity Restoration Along the Tsurumi River - TR Net

Oghi community is in full bloom at Tsunashima

Nov 22, 2019      After the harshly hot summer days from mid-July to late August, we experienced two large typhoons here in this part of Japan.     First was strongly windy one in September. Second one, in December, was a historically large and strong typhoon with an unprecedented heavy rain causing nearly one hundred casualties over the central and northern part of Japan.    Both attacked the Tsurumi River Basin. Our field, the lower segment of the Tsurumi-river Tsunashima.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Puppy adoption

Nov 20, 2019   Last month Jivdaya Charitable Trust received 30 tiny orphan puppies of a week to a month’s old. They have lost their mother in road accidents, in-house C- Section surgeries and various other reasons. After rescuing we started raising them like our own family, we grew them in a healthy, playful and friendly environment with all necessary care and at the same time we were constantly spreading the word to give them a permanent home through our social media platforms, volunteers and activists..... Read more

Gift of Sight to 1000 needy people of rural India - Alakh Nayan Mandir

Gift of Sight to Needy Patients in Rural India November 2019 Report

Nov 18, 2019   In the pursuit of fulfilling our mission of ‘Quality Vison to All’, Alakh Nayan Mandir Eye Centre provides eye care services in the remote rural regions of Southern Rajasthan through its various outreach activities, reaching out to the most vulnerable populations in this area. Various eye screening camps are being organized. Patient selected for surgery are being transported to the base hospital. They are then operated in the most modern hi tech operation theatres to ensure quality.... Read more

New playground for the Keshatot School - The Keshatot Children Foundation

A new school year starts

Nov 14, 2019   The Fund for Keshatot Children [reg. no. 580540532, recognized charity, clause 46, Israel Income Tax Authority] was established in 2011 by parents of autistic children who study at the Keshatot Center in order to assist Autistic children in their schools. The fund seeks contributions for complementary para-medical treatments [which are not among the therapies and treatments provided by the Ministry of Education], therapeutic and technological equipment and infrastructure improvement. The fund.... Read more

Support most vulnerable & fight against isolation - Secours Catholique - Caritas France

Street Cafes in Paris

Nov 14, 2019   Homeless people, sheltered in overcrowded urgency facilities, living in hotels or in run-down housing: 4 millions French are exposed to social exclusion, and 150 000 people are currently living on the streets. Among these people, we find more and more families, alternating between living on the streets and ramshackle places. These situations have a real impact on health, education, family balance, social and professional integration, in short, all aspects of life. Every day, these people.... Read more

Give Support to 600 Syrian Refugee Families - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Help to arrive

Nov 13, 2019   Manar was born with Spina Bifida, a rare congenital malformation of the spine. She is paraplegic. Thanks to our partner organisation Support to Life, Manar now has a wheelchair that she urgently needs in everyday life. Together with her headmaster, our project partner also helped the family to obtain the necessary papers, which, for example, give them access to health services. We are currently active in the provinces of Istanbul, Mersin, Mardin, Diyarbakir, Batman and Sanliurfa. We distribute.... Read more

Support Croix-Rouge francaise - CROIX-ROUGE FRANCAISE (French Red Cross)

Reporting August-Octobre 2019

Nov 7, 2019   Report French Red Cross   The French Red Cross thanks all the people who supported its action during the last month and year. Please find below information about of our latest activities:    Making dental care accessible to vulnerable and vulnerable people Cleanliness and hygiene contribute to the well-being of the person and to self-esteem. We value the notion of the right to hygiene, which implies that no one, regardless of sex, age or place where he lives, suffers from.... Read more

Give HK Cleft Lip and Palate Families a Smile - Hong Kong Association for Cleft Lip and Palate

2019 Globalgiving Quarter 3 Report

Nov 1, 2019   The Parent Groups for Newborn CLP Babies There are four courses of ‘Parent Group for Newborn CLP Babies’ in a year, each course consists of three sessions.  Contents of each sessions are as follows: Contents of Each Session 1)  Feeding & Choking / Cleft Treatment / Non-surgical Lip & Nose Correction / Public & Private Treatment Service; 2)  Caretaking after Lip Repair / Scar Massage / Nasal Splints / Feeding of Semi-solid Food; and 3) Caretaking after.... Read more

Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI) - Imperial College London

SCI at Imperial College London

Oct 31, 2019   Having been founded, incubated and successfully scaled up within Imperial College London, the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI) will now continue its work as a new entity. With the establishment of the new SCI Foundation, the work of the SCI no longer sits within Imperial and we will therefore no longer be able to accept donations toward their work. You can find more information about the SCI Foundation on their website. We have greatly enjoyed working with you to support the SCI's.... Read more

Finding + supporting mentors for pupils in Berlin - PaSch at NachbarschaftsEtage at Fabrik Osloer Strasse e.V.

Research success and exciting excursions gives joy to PaSch

Oct 28, 2019   Dear donors, Thank you for your contribution to PaSch. I’m happy to present you another glance ‘behind the scene’ of PaSch. There is a nice variety of events and evolutions since the last report. The group of mentors and mentees went on two excursions, that were both very joyful events. The first time, in August, it was planned to canoe together but this very day it was raining heavily. Although this was of course a disappointment to everybody, the group spent a very nice.... Read more

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships - Israel Friends of Technion

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships

Oct 28, 2019   To help the Technion's graduate students maximize their potential, the Technion must develop new and significant sources of funding, specifically fellowships that will ease their financial burdens. Fellowships will enable graduate students to pursue their studies to the fullest extent, unleashing their genius and creativity and bringing renown to the Technion through their technological discoveries. The Technion's Program to Foster Academic Excellence, aimed at alleviating student financial.... Read more

The Tafel Refugee Integration Project Fund - Tafel Deutschland e.V.

All together now

Oct 24, 2019     On september 28t, "All together now" celebrated its succesful conclusion for the year 2019. The „Tafel“, church communities and wellfare organisations of Halberstadt organised this years final gathering of refugees and locals in the Liebfrauenkirche. The event was accompanied by the local press. In cooperation with the "Halberstädter Verkehrsbetriebe", two busses were rented to pick up the residents of the local „Zast“. The highlight of the common afternoon.... Read more

Live&Learn in Kenya School Classroom Construction - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

Playing Games & Singing Songs all the Livelong Day

Oct 21, 2019   Being a child is supposed to be the same all over the world - playing, singing, dancing - and having a roof over their head and meals on the table and loving hand to guide them. But is it really like that everywhere? We can't help everyone - but we are doing our best to help as many children as possible to be all that they can be - and have fun doing it! After several years of experiencing how well the children, even those who were very poor pupils in other schools, began to blossom and shine,.... Read more

Haverim: Distributing free medication in Israel - Friends For Health

Help us get a new Mobile Pharmacy Van!

Oct 10, 2019   How do you make sure that even the most remote city, the most destitute patient, the elderly, handicapped and infirm – all receive life-saving and pain-relieving medication, for free? For the last 16 years, Haverim's Free Pharmacy has been supplying more and more poor, needy, handicapped and elderly people with the medicine they simply can't afford. We've been making sure they no longer have to choose between medicine – and food. But mailing out 4,400 packages a month still.... Read more

Ethiopia: help for the drought affected - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

How farmer families defy climate change

Oct 8, 2019   Endris, 25, is married and has one daughter. He lives with his family in one of the villages most affected by climate change. They do not own their own land, but lease it from older people in the village. Endris wants to improve his family's nutrition and strengthen their income by farming. But the profits are not enough, especially the heavy rains destroyed part of the harvest last year. Endris has joined forces with 13 neighbours to run a climate field school funded by the project. There they.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Summary of September 2019

Oct 7, 2019   After a few months of scorching heat, now the delayed and heavy rainfall bring lot of health troubles like infections, cough, pneumonia, cold and fever (Flu), and loose motions for stray animals.We have been receiving calls for many stray animals who have met with an accident or suffering from various types of another illness. Our team of Vets and assistances have started necessary treatment and care for respective cases.   Our mobile vans are staying super busy and are trying their best to.... Read more

"Ofarim" - School for Autistic Children - Ofarim

Ofarim School September 2019 Report

Oct 2, 2019   Dear friends, About a month ago we started the school 6th year since it started operating. It started with only 3 classrooms and now the school has 12 classrooms in such a short time period. The years go by with many activities that are purely for the development of our students both socially and academically. We are making very good progress with embedding technology with iPads and AppleTV but on the other hand we keep the kids closely connected to earth and nature through field trips and other.... Read more

Education for Blind Chinese Orphans - Bethel Foundation Limited

Bethel China Summer Update 2019

Sep 30, 2019   Summer MonthsWith school being on holiday during the summer months, the Bethel team conducts most of our domestic and international trainings in this period. Our goal is to directly teach both parents and caregivers of children with blind and visual impairments so they can not only have a direct impact on their own children, but be a resource in their communities from the provinces where they live. Bethel's Annual International ConferenceBethel hosted our annual international conference in July..... Read more

Weekend "Back to Nature program" - NPO Mirai no Mori

Summer Camp 2019 Report - We did it!

Sep 24, 2019   The 2019 Mirai no Mori Summer Camp is over, but certainly not forgotten. So many magical memories were created every day at Summer Camp, with 145 participants including campers, LITs, care workers and camp staff. We all showed the Mirai no Mori 5 values (courage, kindness, leadership, respect and responsibility) and participated in creating this one-of-a-kind Summer Camp. We hope that this experience will help guide the campers to a brighter future. We would like to sincerely thank all of you,.... Read more

Education Versus Lost Generation! - Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants

A new school year has begun!

Sep 23, 2019   A new school year has begun!In Turkey, schools start in September. Now, children have a lot to learn. Let's spend a year full of love, excitement, solidarity, and hope.What did we do in the meantime? Wait for to schools to open? Of course not... We gathered strength before school year begins, and prepared activities for all of our children. ASAM Çorum Multi Service Support Center came together with children at the ''Back to School'' event. The faces were smiling, preparations were.... Read more

Live and Learn in Kenya Int'l Sponsorship Program - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

4 Students Less on the Program - and WHY :)

Sep 23, 2019   Sometimes things happen and children must leave the program - this is usually a sad occasion, but it happens and that's life. Every educational organization (and many parents all over the world) just have to accept that. Four students are leaving the Live and Learn in Kenya International program in November - and we aren't sad at all !!!  Erick will be graduating from university with a B+ grade average and a Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication degree. Luciana will be graduating.... Read more

Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergic Patients - Friends of Assaf Harofeh Medical Center

Research into improved diagnostic methods

Sep 20, 2019     Hello from the Center for Allergy at the Yitzhak Shamir (Formerly Assaf Harofeh) Medical Center. We hope you have had a pleasant summer. With the turn of the seasons, it is a good time to update you on our current progress and project direction. In prior updates, we have discussed the difficulty in accurately diagnosing food allergy. To some extent, this is largely addressed by performing oral food challenges (OFC) with suspected allergenic foods. However OFC can be daunting for many.... Read more

Volunteering for those in need - Stichting Present Den Haag

When generations meet

Sep 16, 2019   Once in a while we have these beautiful encounters. This is when generations meet. On a Friday evening this group of teenagers came to an elderly home to do something different from what they normally do.  Normally they meet and interact with each other. Talk about their school, their friends and family or their future. But it's about them. This particular evening they wanted to focus on someone else. And to really step out of their comfort zone, they picked a group whom they normally.... Read more

Early Intervention for Childhood Disabilities - Amar Seva Sangam

Early Intervention Progress!!

Sep 16, 2019   “If children with development delays are not provided with appropriate early intervention, their difficulties can lead to lifetime consequences, increased poverty and profound exclusion” - WHO, 2012 The idea behind EIC is to intervene as early as possible and minimize disability so that the child can reach the highest potential. Research has shown that the period from birth to 6 years are the most critical years for all children, and more so for children with disabilities. Growth and.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Summary for first week of September 2019

Sep 13, 2019   The month of September started on a rainy note, Good rains were even seen in Ahemdabad as well. Nearly for the last five days, a Low-Pressure Area has been hanging around. In the recent past, moderate to heavy rains have been witnessed. All these rains have been recorded in the first ten days of September itself. This extreme weather condition is bad for street animals. We have been receiving calls of many stray animals, suffering from various types of illness.Our team of Vets has started.... Read more

Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy) - Ethica Rationalis e.V.

Providing education ethics & sustainability Q3/19

Sep 13, 2019     Survey Results: Case Study on Practical Ethics - A 'Gift' for Children?    This summer we set up another survey concerning a hypothetical ethical dilemma and published the result.This time the hypothetical was: Katharina was stuck in a dilemma after receiving a large donation from the company Berger Construction that has a very bad track record in terms of business ethics. She ponders: should I accept the donation, knowing that at least part of the money was illegally.... Read more

ODTU GELECEGIMIZ FUND-TOUCH THE LIFE OF SOMEBODY - TURK EGITIM VAKFI (TEV)

SCHOLARSHIP HOLDERS THANKED MR.AYGUNDUZ BY CARRYING BANNER DURING GRADUATION CEREMONY

Sep 16, 2019   METU organized traditonal  graduaton ceremony on 1st of July.38 scholarship holders who got diplomas were there,and prepaired surprise for Mr Aygündüz.They carried banner which was written on ''They have super heroes,we have grandpa Arif,Longlive grandpa Arif who was hope for 7.000 students''.It created emotonal moments in stadium in which ceremony occured.Such kind of banner was carried firstly in the history of graduaton ceremony.You can see the photographes as.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Animal care on wheel summary of August 2019

Sep 9, 2019   The wet season is the time of year when most of a region's average annual rainfall occurs. In the wet season,  air quality improves, fresh water quality improves, and even animals have adaptation and survival strategies for the wet season. One of the biggest problems that stray animals face during the rainy season is the absence of a permanent roof for them so the trend of illness or sickness associate with animals will change to somewhat other direction.   We have been.... Read more

Nurses for Night Care - Irish Hospice Foundation

Nurses for Night Care - September Update 2019

Sep 4, 2019   What we have achieved in the last few months thanks to donors like you: Faced with soaring demand for our Nurses for Night Care services, every year it gets harder and harder for us to meet the growing need. Put simply, without you, we’ll struggle to reach every patient who needs end-of-life night nursing care.  From January 2019 - August 2019 we have received 600 referrals. Thanks to your generosity we were there to deliver 1,225 nights of healthcare across the country. Each.... Read more

Give Seriously ill Children their Childhood Back - Barretstown

Meet our amazing camper - Aidan

Sep 6, 2019   Aidan was just four years old when he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. That’s when his family was plunged into a nightmare of fear and anxiety. Aidan’s dad, recalls the turmoil he and his wife, went through: “Our world broke to pieces. Aidan started treatment. It was all a blur for me and Leonie. We didn’t want to believe it. How could our little boy have cancer?” Through years of grueling treatment, Aidan desperately needed something to look.... Read more

Educating the slums - Maria Cristina Foundation

HEARTBROKEN

Sep 3, 2019   Paperwork, lawyers, more paperwork, attestations, rejections, stress, arguments, accusations (of human trafficking), sweat, tears, perseverance, tolerance; those are just some of the things we had to go through to get the young girls to the UAE for their summer break. The red tape and difficult people and departments in Bangladesh, just to enable them to leave their country, is really unbelievable. But we did it! and the girls had an amazing time. Thank you to the many people who made it amazing.... Read more

Stray Dogs become "Therapy Dogs" - NPO Japan Animal Therapy Association

A promise with my dog Dido

Aug 29, 2019   I'm Eiko Kazama, President of the Japan Animal Therapy Association and Healing Salon for human and dogs(general incorporated association ).Japan Animal Therapy Association is working on the project "Turn a wild dog into a therapy dog! " The dogs that became superbly therapy dogs like Johann ,Chocolat and other dogs. They are so active and loved by many people in "Healing Salon for human and dogs" "Healing Salon for Human and Dogs" (http://ikoi.me/) is a special facility which I established in.... Read more

Rescuing and rehoming abandoned dogs in Hong Kong - Hong Kong Dog Rescue

Looking ahead to the autumn

Aug 27, 2019   We have quite a few slightly older puppies who miss out on adoption events if the weather means they can't be outside, and one of them was chosen today from the Homing Centre today.  Salad has been with us for some time, during the awful outbreak of disease which meant all puppies needed to be quarantined.  Once things had settled we had those in Salad's group tested for any signs of the distemper virus, and happily all were negative so we could safely let them mix, and be put up for.... Read more

Food Angel- Food Rescue & Food Assistance Program - Food Angel By Bo Charity Foundation

Celebrating Food Angel elderly Yee Gu's 100th birthday!

Aug 27, 2019   Mrs. Li, one of our staff at Food Angel Community Centre, is known as "the walking database". She remembers every detail of our beneficiaries, and she can easily name, for example, who does not eat beef, and who did not come to the Centre the day before. She cares deeply about each and every one of our beneficiaries, and Yee Gu is one of them. Yee Gu used to have her meals at Food Angel Community Centre, but as her legs' conditions became worse, making the journey to the Community.... Read more

Biodiversity Restoration Along the Tsurumi River - TR Net

Oghi community has expanded larger than expected

Aug 26, 2019   Since the time of our previous report, our field , the lower segment of the Tsurumi-river Tsunashima Riverside Green Belt in Yokohama Japan, has experienced long rainy days from June to mid-July and harshly hot summer days from mid-July to late August.   During the monsoon rainy days Oghi plant , the target species to be restored in our program, has produced new shoots lavishly in our field attaining a doubly large area of its coverage (ca, 70% of the field) than that of last summer, an.... Read more

Gift of Sight to 1000 needy people of rural India - Alakh Nayan Mandir

Gift of Sight to Needy Patients in Rural India August 2019 report

Aug 19, 2019   Alakh Nayan Mandir Eye Institute has been providing free services for the economically under privileged eye patients of regions in Southern Rajasthan, India. Cataract camps and services are being offered on a regular basis. These sight restoring surgeries are done for patients being brought to the base hospital after an initial screening at the camp site in villages. During the last months from May 2019 till July 2019, more than 1500 patients have been screened through various camps..... Read more

Support most vulnerable & fight against isolation - Secours Catholique - Caritas France

Creation of a social real estate agency in Ile-de-France

Aug 16, 2019     In 2016, we presented to you our project to create a social housing agency in Île de France to fight against bad housing situations. Today we wanted to give you the latests updates abour our project. Context The housing crisis is a reality for many years now. According to the Abbé Pierre Foundation in its latest report on poor housing, there would be 4 million non or poorly housed people (including nearly a million in Ile-de-France), plus nearly 12 million people in real.... Read more

New playground for the Keshatot School - The Keshatot Children Foundation

What a wonderful summer!!

Aug 16, 2019   The Fund for Keshatot Children [reg. no. 580540532, recognized charity, clause 46, Israel Income Tax Authority] was established in 2011 by parents of autistic children who study at the Keshatot Center in order to assist Autistic children in their schools. The fund seeks contributions for complementary para-medical treatments [which are not among the therapies and treatments provided by the Ministry of Education], therapeutic and technological equipment and infrastructure improvement. The fund.... Read more

Give Support to 600 Syrian Refugee Families - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Food and shelter for Syrian refugees

Aug 14, 2019   In Lebanon, more than one million Syrian refugees live in unsafe dwellings under poor hygienic conditions. As they have hardly any income opportunities, most households are dependent on food aid. Every third family does not even eat one hot meal a day. Our project aims to improve the nutrition of Syrian refugees and needy Lebanese families. Lebanon is by far the country with the largest number of Syrian refugees in terms of population. In some regions the population has doubled as a result. We.... Read more

Support Croix-Rouge francaise - CROIX-ROUGE FRANCAISE (French Red Cross)

June-August 2019 Report

Aug 9, 2019   The French Red Cross thanks all the people who supported its action during the last month and year. Please find below information about of our latest activities:   75 years after their separation, two sisters meet again Their mother being seriously ill, Simone and Sylviane are placed in an orphanage. The two girls are quickly separated: Simone is placed in foster care while her little sister of just 2 years stays at the orphanage for a few more years before being adopted. Life goes on,.... Read more

Help for Refugees - Aktion Deutschland Hilft e.V.

Escape from Syria without eyesight

Aug 12, 2019   Fleeing is particularly difficult for people with disabilities. Like Odey*, for example. The blind musician from Rakka in Syria came to Germany in 2015 with help from a friend from Aleppo. Two years later he brought his wife and daughter to Germany. In Munich/Germany, the alliance organisation Handicap International supports refugees and migrants with disabilities through counselling and courses as part of the "Crossroads" project. Oley has been blind since his childhood. Refugees with.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Animal care on wheel summary of July 2019

Aug 7, 2019   Animal care on wheel summary of July 2019     Last month in July, heat of summer, is almost ended. And rainy season started. So trend of illness or sickness, will change somewhat in other direction. We have been receiving calls of many stray animals, met with an accidents. And suffering from various types of another illness, and trend of illness, are getting less.   Our team of Vets has started necessary treatment and care of patients as per requirement of case.  Below is.... Read more

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships - Israel Friends of Technion

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships

Aug 5, 2019   To help the Technion's graduate students maximize their potential, the Technion must develop new and significant sources of funding, specifically fellowships that will ease their financial burdens. Fellowships will enable graduate students to pursue their studies to the fullest extent, unleashing their genius and creativity and bringing renown to the Technion through their technological discoveries. The Technion's Program to Foster Academic Excellence, aimed at alleviating student financial.... Read more

Give HK Cleft Lip and Palate Families a Smile - Hong Kong Association for Cleft Lip and Palate

2019 Globalgiving Quarter 2 Report

Aug 2, 2019   Alveolar Bone Graft Surgery Preparatory Workshops The Association holds 'Alveolar Bone Graft Surgery Preparatory Workshops' twice a year in June and December as most of the cleft lip and palate children around 8-12 years old will have to undergo the surgery befofe Summer & Christmas Holidays so that they may have enough time for rehabilitation.  The latest one was held in mid-June.  Contents of the workshop included: brief talk about the merits for patients to.... Read more

Finding + supporting mentors for pupils in Berlin - PaSch at NachbarschaftsEtage at Fabrik Osloer Strasse e.V.

New Tandems get matched & New look is created for PaSch

Aug 2, 2019   Dear donors, What has been going on at PaSch these last months? Well, quite a few things that we want to share with you: As mentioned in the last report there were two major events in may. We celebrated the “Day of neighborhood” and planned a group activity in the parc. The “Day of neighborhood” was a success, a lot of visitors in all ages have been around. Especially children enjoyed the upcycling activities, PaSch offered. This was a good occasion to present PaSch, as a.... Read more

Community Based Rehabilitation of HKSR - Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation

Overcome challenges from stroke by courage

Jul 24, 2019   “I was staying at home alone that day as my sister accompanied my mother for a medical appointment. Unexpectedly, the stroke happened.” The scene is still vivid in his mind when Siu-ching tried to recall the day he suffered a stroke in May 2018. “I was not anxious at that moment, yet, I wished to start rehabilitation treatment as soon as possible so I can take over my destiny again.” After the four-month hospitalisation, Siu-ching started receiving rehabilitation.... Read more

Live&Learn in Kenya School Classroom Construction - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

NEXT CONSTRUCTION PROJECT - THE KINDERGARTEN

Aug 8, 2019   It is so important to start young! Two years ago we began accepting registrations for 3-year-old children for nursery school classes and 5-year-old children for kindergarten classes. We still had classrooms that had been built ahead of time in the Live and Learn in Kenya Elementary School so there was room enough for the 30 nursery school children and 30 kindergarten children at the school. The 30 pre-school children had to make do with a temporary old iron-sheet construction classroom. But we.... Read more

Support 200 Women Start Small Businesses in Turkey - Kadin Emegini Degerlendirme Vakfi

Micro loans for businesses of low income women

Jul 19, 2019   Thanks to our donors through GlobalGiving since April 2019, 1 more woman in Eskisehir was able to get a loan to invest in her micro business. L.O. took her first loan. She has been knitting baby clothes and decided to take a loan to buy stocks of materials to do high numbers of production to turn her skill into a business.    Since June 2015, KEDV raised a total of USD7,940 through 140 donations through GlobalGiving and disbursed loans to 25 low income women for their micro businesses.... Read more

Find Solutions to Extreme Poverty in India - Fundacion Vicente Ferrer

50 years of action: A silent revolution in India

Jul 16, 2019   1969-2019: Half a century of action. 50 years of silent revolution in India. Rural Development Trust (RDT), the counterpart of the Vicente Ferrer Foundation (VFF) in India, celebrates 50 years of humanitarian aid with a single purpose: to alleviate suffering caused by poverty, disease and discrimination. A big milestone for a grassroots organization that started working in Anantapur district during the 70s and now reaches out to thousands of villages in disadvantaged rural areas of Andhra.... Read more

The Tafel Refugee Integration Project Fund - Tafel Deutschland e.V.

Green- Mobility and Saving Food

Jul 15, 2019   Due to their low-threshold offers, the German food-banks do more than the mere distribution of food. The „Tafeln“offer a meeting place for people regardless of their financial means. In Nordhorn, the „Tafel“was founded in 2005. In order to counteract the effects of exclusion through social disadvantage and need, the „Tafel Nordhorn“has continously expanded their offerings. The active team of 170 volunteers, including 50 people with a migrational background and.... Read more

Haverim: Distributing free medication in Israel - Friends For Health

Giving out nearly 5000 free packages of meds a month!

Jul 11, 2019   Thanks to Haverim's brand-new partnership with SuperPharm, Israel's largest chain of drugstores - we can now help nearly 5,000 people every month! SuperPharm's 250 branches throughout the country are now part of Haverim's nearly 1000 medicine collection points. The result? Thousands of incoming medicines every week! The incoming medicines will now finally enable us to surpass the 4,400 packages that we've been sending out every month, and begin to address the waiting list waiting of 2,000 people.... Read more

"Ofarim" - School for Autistic Children - Ofarim

Ofarim School July 2019 Report

Jul 5, 2019   Dear Freinds, In the last three month Ofarim school has been full of activities in variety of domains.  In Purim we had parade and a colorful party which we celebrate the holiday every year. We had neigoneiboring schools coming to visit us and organizations such as the police and electrical company came to volunteer in the school and work with the kids. As spring come we had several shows on book culture coming to school. Also, several school bands came to play for the kids as well as.... Read more

Educate deaf families/children in Vienna - Verein kinderhaende

GlobalGiving Report 2 Summer 2019

Jul 2, 2019   GlobalGiving Report 2 Summer 2019 kinderhände – children’s hands Last semester 99 children and their accompanying parents visited one of the 12 courses and workshops for kids and teens. Time is flying by and we celebrated - like every year – the end of the semester with a big party at the nearby Hubert-Marischka-Park. On May 26th the kinderhände families, participants and friends followed our invitation and enjoyed the jumping castle, our delicious buffet, huge soap.... Read more

Ethiopia: help for the drought affected - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Together against climate change

Jul 1, 2019   Dear Donors, Endris, 25, is married and has one daughter. He lives with his family in one of the villages most affected by climate change. They do not own their own land, but lease it from older people in the village. Endris wants to improve his family's nutrition and strengthen their income by farming. But the profits are not enough, especially the heavy rains destroyed part of the harvest last year. Endris has joined forces with 13 neighbours to run a climate field school funded by the.... Read more

Education for Blind Chinese Orphans - Bethel Foundation Limited

Bethel China Spring Update 2019

Jul 1, 2019   Bethel hosted three trainings in the last few months for families across China. Our blind ambassador, Valerie, taught parents how their children can engage with art without seeing. Valerie, along with our Bethel Outreach team, conducted trainings in both Beijing and Shaanxi as a means to provide support for parents with VI children with limited access to resources. During our third training, the head of the Occupational Therapy program at Rutgers University, Sandra, joined the Bethel team.... Read more

Weekend "Back to Nature program" - NPO Mirai no Mori

1 month left till Summer Camp 2019!

Jul 1, 2019   Our largest Summer Camp ever!We now have 110 participants signed up for this year’s Summer Camp! That's an increase of almost 50% from last year, and this year’s camp is sure to be a historic one! We are looking forward to Camp Magic again this year.Thank you very much for your continued support, and stay tuned for camp reports!April Back to Nature program report: Touch Rugby program - Year of Rugby at Mirai no Mori!We introduced Touch Rugby at our weekend program. It.... Read more

Live and Learn in Kenya Int'l Sponsorship Program - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

University - to be or not to be....

Jun 27, 2019   It’s a lovely early June day. The sun is shining bright and hot and the children at the Live and Learn in Kenya Education Center in Nakuru are swinging on swings, playing pirates in the cubby-house and sliding down the sliding board, playing ball games or just relaxing with a storybook during their lunch break in the playground after enjoying a hearty meal in the new dining hall. Megan happily comes to the Center after being called in by our secretary, Rebecca. She has a letter waiting.... Read more

Education Versus Lost Generation! - Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants

World Refugee Day Statement

Jun 25, 2019   From the perspective of human history, migration has always been a concept that existed in the lives of societies, but in this historical process we have experienced, it has become a reality that all humanity has thought much more. World Refugee Day was designated by the UN General Assembly at the end of 2000 to be celebrated on June 20 of each year in order to draw attention to the problems of forcefully displaced people in the world.Today, 70.8 million people have left their lands behind.... Read more

Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergic Patients - Friends of Assaf Harofeh Medical Center

Two recent publications, and more!

Jun 24, 2019   Greetings to our friends and supporters, we are back with another update from the Center for Allergy at Yitzhak Shamir Medical Center. The name of our institution may have changed, but our commitment to excellence in medical treatment and research continues strong. First, to highlight some clinical news, we have had two papers accepted since the last update, both published in "The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice."  The paper abstracts are linked to below. The first.... Read more

ODTU GELECEGIMIZ FUND-TOUCH THE LIFE OF SOMEBODY - TURK EGITIM VAKFI (TEV)

2018-2019 EDUCATION YEAR ENDED

Jun 17, 2019   2018-19 Educaton year ended last week.Most of our scholarship holders are successfull and jumped to next level.Some of them will attend summer school to increase their grades.50 Scholarship holders graduate and Mr Aygündüz will be at their graduatIon ceremony.We are sure that all of them will be successful in their business life and as quickly as possible they will be with us as donors.Next education year we are ready to wellcome 360 scholarship holders.Our financial positon will.... Read more

Volunteering for those in need - Stichting Present Den Haag

When companies care

Jun 17, 2019   May and June is the time when companies have their anual team building events, here in The Netherlands. And apparently in stead of bowling they find it more and more appealing to do something for someone else. And they are right! When the focus is not on you, but on helping someone in need, you learn something new about yourself, about your team and about the world you live and work in. We welcome every teambuilding event, but imagine what it will do for the whole company if these findings were.... Read more

Early Intervention for Childhood Disabilities - Amar Seva Sangam

Early Intervention Progress!!

Jun 17, 2019   Amar Seva Sangam initiated the Village Based Early Intervention program in the year 2013 to identify and provide therapy for children with delayed development. It was a great success within one year, plans to expand it and scale it began. The Village Based Rehabilitation Initiation of Early Intervention (VBRI-EI) tablet based application was initiated in 2015 the program has been able to reach nearly 700 children with delayed development. The Early Intervention program addresses the highest risk.... Read more

Give Seriously ill Children their Childhood Back - Barretstown

Abbie's Mum describes the impact of Barretstown

Jun 10, 2019   Dear friend, When Abbie got ill, it really affected the whole family. Everything changed for everyone in our house. We couldn’t have people coming in because they might bring in germs, which would be disastrous for Abbie while she was having chemo. That was hard for Abbie’s sisters Leila and Caitlin. Leila and Caitlin were not allowed to have sleepovers like all their friends. It is just a little thing, I suppose, but it shows how Abbie’s illness has taken its toll on us all in.... Read more

Provide education in ethics (Ethical Literacy) - Ethica Rationalis e.V.

Providing education ethics & sustainability Q2/19

Jun 17, 2019   In our efforts to support and develop ethical literacy in society, we have had another successful second quarter of 2019:1) Philobrunch ""The history of the future - digitization and industry 4.0. Why it's about the people behind the technology now" in April 2) a short follow-up to a previous Philo-brunch - further developments within the Bridge of Hope Foundation See details below:   1) PhiloBrunch with Erik Händeler: "The history of the future - digitization and.... Read more

Nurses for Night Care - Irish Hospice Foundation

Nurses for Night Care Report - June 2019

Jun 6, 2019     What we have achieved in the last few months thanks to donors like you: Since June 2018 to April 2019, we have received 800 referrals to the service, and we have provided 1,286 nights of nursing care in home for 830 patients with non-cancer conditions such as Dementia, or Heart Disease. Meaning that in the last ten months, Nurses For Night Care have directly supported 8,300 people.  Each night of care costs.... Read more

Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI) - Imperial College London

Future-proofing public health: One Health and SCI

Jun 5, 2019   Like many others in the public health community, I was surprised when an outbreak of schistosomiasis, a parasitic worm infection associated with low-income countries in tropical climates, was reported on the French Island of Corsica in 2014. A few years on, infected freshwater snails that form an essential part of the disease transmission cycle continue to harbour the disease on the island and put those in contact with water bodies at risk of infection. Another layer of complexity has recently.... Read more

Stray Dogs become "Therapy Dogs" - NPO Japan Animal Therapy Association

Therapy dogs flies to the world ~AAE in Istanbul

Jun 5, 2019   Hello!Thank you for always providing us warm support for JATA’s “ Stray Dogs become therapy dogs “ project.This time we will introduce our activity and new future project at Istanbul Head quarters in Turkey!! Yes ! Our association has Animal Assisted Activity not only in Japan but also abroad where 8,800km far from Japan !! General Manager in Istanbul Head quarters, Irem Usar is child writer and she dedicate her almost life to animal rescue and animal assisted activity.She has.... Read more

Rescuing and rehoming abandoned dogs in Hong Kong - Hong Kong Dog Rescue

Off to an amazing start

Jun 3, 2019   We started the month of June with lots of happy adoptions, the first being puppy Kibble at Tai Po who has his own lovely family now as well as another dog to play with.  Kibble's adult lookalike relatives, Ivory and Tusk, are still waiting to be chosen, and they are only a year old so the perfect age if you want a young dog but not a puppy.Long-termer Tai Po dog Dapple had her adoption confirmed by one of our regular volunteers after a trial period with ex-HKDR Plum.  As with so many I.... Read more

Food Angel- Food Rescue & Food Assistance Program - Food Angel By Bo Charity Foundation

New free cook-chilled meal service by Food Angel!

Jun 3, 2019   We are really excited to introduce Food Angel's new and free cook-chill meal & soup service, in addition to our usual free hot meals! The cook-chill meal serviced is launched in April 2019 along with the opening of Harvest Mill, our new Food Processing Centre located in Kwuntong. At the new centre, cook-chill technology is adopted to provide food including soup and congee type of products. The meals and soups are chilled from 90 degrees to 4 degrees in 90 minutes after preparation, and the.... Read more

Biodiversity Restoration Along the Tsurumi River - TR Net

Oghi plants expanding rat rye grass withdrawing

May 31, 2019   Spring has gone and monsoon rainy days will come shortly to our field, the lower segment of the Tsurumi-river Tsunashima Riverside Green Belt in Yokohama Japan. In this area , we have been working to restore the native Japanese river-side vegetation , Oghi grass community, that has been suppressed by the two kinds of foreign invasive plants(target species to be controlled) , burr cucumber (Sicyos anguratus) and rye rat grass, both from North America. This is the 3rd summer of our effort of.... Read more

Heal Syrian Refugee Children Through Photography - EMFASIS FOUNDATION

Heal Syrian Refugee Children Report 12

May 28, 2019   We are very proud of the program, of its goals and objectives and of its benefits to all of the young participants.   Despite the always challenging conditions, the high turnover of the Syrian youth, the emotional turmoil faced by those in constant “wait” to receive news and updates for their future circumstances, the program has managed to overcome all such challenges and provide with an artistic and creative escape from harsh realities. In parallel with the photography and.... Read more

New playground for the Keshatot School - The Keshatot Children Foundation

New large screens for activity in our playground

May 21, 2019   The Fund for Keshatot Children [reg. no. 580540532, recognized charity, clause 46, Israel Income Tax Authority] was established in 2011 by parents of autistic children who study at the Keshatot Center in order to assist Autistic children in their schools. The fund seeks contributions for complementary para-medical treatments [which are not among the therapies and treatments provided by the Ministry of Education], therapeutic and technological equipment and infrastructure improvement. The fund.... Read more

Support most vulnerable & fight against isolation - Secours Catholique - Caritas France

Support for street children in Ethiopia

May 21, 2019   Implemented in the city of Dire Dawa, this project is the continuation of previous programs that have made it possible to transfer care for street children to the communities in section 6 and 4 of Dire Dawa (with links with the city's social services). It now aims to consolidate and expand the activities of community organizations to improve the living conditions of vulnerable children in section 5, which is among the poorest sections in Dire Dawa.This project, like all the projects supported by.... Read more

Gift of Sight to 1000 needy people of rural India - Alakh Nayan Mandir

Gift of Sight to Needy Patients in Rural India - May 2019 Report

May 20, 2019   Alakh Nayan Mandir Eye Institute has been providing free services for the economically under privileged eye patients of regions in Southern Rajasthan, India. Cataract camps services are being offered on a regular basis. These sight restoring surgeries are done for patients being brought to the base hospital after extensive door to door screening, motivation then followed by preliminary vision testing and eye checkup at the camp site in villages. Through these efforts of reducing blindness, Alakh.... Read more

Educating the slums - Maria Cristina Foundation

Proud Moments, but Hazards Ahead!

May 16, 2019   Proud Moments, but Hazards Ahead.Recent months have been full of very proud moments for MCF. We want you, as our supporters to join us in being proud, because it wouldn’t be possible without YOU.Our younger students in Bangladesh are showing great promise, studying hard with the goal to one-day travel abroad to study. They are also volunteering to get involved in other charity and community initiatives.We have a new batch of students starting senior high school at grade 11; they will join.... Read more

Support Croix-Rouge francaise - CROIX-ROUGE FRANCAISE (French Red Cross)

March-May 2019 Report

May 15, 2019   The French Red Cross thanks all the people who supported its action during the last month and year. Please find below information about of our latest activities:    National Days of the French Red Cross From 18 to 26 May 2019 are held the National Days of the French Red Cross : the unmissable event during which thousands of volunteers throughout France will meet you to collect a maximum of donations to continue to carry out their actions of proximity to the most vulnerable and save.... Read more

Help for Refugees - Aktion Deutschland Hilft e.V.

Refugees from South Sudan

May 14, 2019   Worldwide, 134 million people depend on humanitarian aid, many of them live in South Sudan. The ongoing civil war, recurrent droughts, hunger and poverty leave millions of people in the African country no choice: they have to flee their homeland and need help. Despite all the dangers our humanitarian assistants are there for the children, women and men in need. Faizah Korgan* left South Sudan in 2016. With her family, the now 60-year-old fled to Ethiopia on foot: "The flight was long and.... Read more

Israel Technion- Graduate Student's Fellowships - Israel Friends of Technion

Israel Technion- Graduate student's Fellowship

May 13, 2019   To help the Technion's graduate students maximize their potential, the Technion must develop new and significant sources of funding, specifically fellowships that will ease their financial burdens. Fellowships will enable graduate students to pursue their studies to the fullest extent, unleashing their genius and creativity and bringing renown to the Technion through their technological discoveries. The Technion's Program to Foster Academic Excellence, aimed at alleviating student financial.... Read more

Live&Learn in Kenya School Classroom Construction - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

8 Classrooms Completed - Now for the Kindergarten!

May 9, 2019   What a relief - all 8 elementary school classrooms have been completed and the children are enjoying the colorful, well-equipt learning space. Our goal was to provide the poorest of the poor with the educational possibilities that the richest of the rich take for granted - and it is working! During the past years, children have been experiencing what it means to be taken for full. They are working so hard to have the best possible grades and in fact, we are seeing them grow into.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Animal care on wheel summary of April 2019

May 9, 2019   Animal care summary of April 2019   Last month in April, heat of summer, is almost started. Parvo cases are been reduced. Now, We have been receiving calls of many stray animals suffering from various types of another illness, and trend of illness in last month was of coughing , mouth ulcer and Canine distemper was major. The patient with the coughing as well as mouth ulcer, got recovery well. And patient with the canine distemper (CD), has shown poor prognosis as it is viral and many.... Read more

Give Support to 600 Syrian Refugee Families - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Supporting needy refugee families from Syria in Jordania

May 2, 2019   Jordania is one of the countries particularly affected by the Syrian refugee crisis. More than 655,000 refugees from Syria are registered in Jordan. According to United Nations estimates, there are also about 139,000 unregistered refugees. The majority of the refugees live outside the two large official camps Za´atri and Azraq in host communities. In addition, there are about 78,000 Syrians living in the no-man's-land between Syria and Jordan who hope to cross the border.Many refugees have.... Read more

Finding + supporting mentors for pupils in Berlin - PaSch at NachbarschaftsEtage at Fabrik Osloer Strasse e.V.

Spring brings publicity

Apr 26, 2019   Dear donors, Looking back, we have to say that the last months were once again eventful. In February PaSch hosted another workshop that was concerned with the evaluation of mentoring from the children’s point of view. It was a follow up event of the workshops we hosted in December of last year. In the course of this workshop we presented the prototyped evaluation tools and gathered further propositions of the young mentees. Lately, at the beginning of April, we finished this series of.... Read more

Community Based Rehabilitation of HKSR - Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation

A Special Career Path: Occupational Therapist

Apr 29, 2019   “I never thought of having such a special career path before working in the Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation (HKSR).” Huiqing, an occupational therapist under the community rehabilitation project of HKSR in Qinghai Province, China, has worked in HKSR since she graduated. She is responsible for training local rehabilitation institutions and establishing the connections between hospitals and community in order to provide suitable rehabilitation service for persons with.... Read more

Give HK Cleft Lip and Palate Families a Smile - Hong Kong Association for Cleft Lip and Palate

2019 Quarter 1 Report

Apr 23, 2019   Social Educational Activities Lecturers of the Chinese University of Hong Kong – the Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care regularly invite the Association to arrange interviews of cleft lip and palate patients for their training programmes of future healthcare workers in Hong Kong.  A number of cleft lip and palate (CLP) patients together with their parents were interviewed by twenty first-year students of Health and Primary Care Diploma Programme in two groups..... Read more

Support 200 Women Start Small Businesses in Turkey - Kadin Emegini Degerlendirme Vakfi

Supporting one more woman entrepreneur in Turkey

Apr 22, 2019   Thanks to our donors through GlobalGiving since June 2018, 1 more woman in Eskisehir was able to get a loan to invest in her micro business. S.Y. took trainings to open a beauty saloon. She has been running her business with success thanks to her good communication skills and strong relations she builds with her clients. With her second loan, she bought stocks of goods she uses in her shop.   Since June 2015, KEDV raised a total of USD7,880 through 137 donations through GlobalGiving and.... Read more

Find Solutions to Extreme Poverty in India - Fundacion Vicente Ferrer

SPORTS: A WAY FOR DEVELOPMENT, INTEGRATION AND EMPOWERMENT

Apr 17, 2019   The Vicente Ferrer Foundation believes that participation of youth in sports is necessary for the growth, self-esteem and confidence of rural children. In light of this, VFF, through its sister organizations, Rural Development Trust (RDT) and Rayalaseema Development Trust (RyDT), has been undertaking suitable initiatives since the year 2000, by starting Anantapur Sports Academy (ASA). ASA is committed to providing participating youth with equipment, infrastructure and coaching support to bring.... Read more

The Tafel Refugee Integration Project Fund - Tafel Deutschland e.V.

The Tafel- Tandem

Apr 16, 2019   On the 20th of March 2019 an open exchange workshop took place with volunteers from different countries at the Tafel in Plauen. About 100 volunteers are aktive in the Plauener Tafel, among that 36 helpers from 15 different countries of origin. The integration at the Plauener Tafel works in an amazing way.  The exchange and the meeting were very open. A practical, humanitarian approach and a natural understanding of integration are the focus here in Plauen. During the exchange, one.... Read more

New CancerLink support centre in the community - Hong Kong Cancer Fund

Update from our founder & CEO

Apr 18, 2019   We are deeply grateful for your loyal support as we continue to expand our services in the community. This was our 30th year and we have reached new major milestones in our mission to provide seamless cancer supportive care. We launched the new Cancer Fund Jockey Club Support Centre in Kwai Chung to reach even more people in Kowloon and New Territories West in June 2017, and re-opened our Cancer Fund Support Centre in Central. In the last year, we had more than 112,000 visits at our five support.... Read more

Haverim: Distributing free medication in Israel - Friends For Health

Partnership Agreement with SuperPharm Signed

Apr 15, 2019   Friends for Health has recently signed a partnership agreement with Superpharm, the biggest drugstore chain in Israel. Superpharm's 250 stores throughout Israel will now collect medicine from customers, joining our 660 Collection Points country-wide. This is the first time second-hand medicines in pharmacies are recycled and reused! This agreement is ground-breaking both nationally and internationally, took years of negotiations, and required special government authorization. The.... Read more

"Ofarim" - School for Autistic Children - Ofarim

Ofarim School April 2019 Report

Apr 9, 2019   Dear friends and donners, Ofarim school for students on the autistic spectrum in Haifa is starting the spring period after a winter full of activities. We went on a field trip on the Mount Hermon where the students enjoys a meeting with the Alpine unit. They took part in several snow activities and had a great time. In March we celebrate Purim holiday in a costume parade, and celebrated in a carnival with clowns and music. Volunteers from the Israel Police came and explained.... Read more

Educate deaf families/children in Vienna - Verein kinderhaende

Global Giving Report 1 Spring 2019

Apr 9, 2019   Global Giving Report 1 Spring 2019 kinderhände – children’s hands The kinderhände year 2019 started as usual with new parent-child-meetings (EKC) and the preparation for the new semester. The main focus at the beginning of this year, however, was the participation at the Zero project conference (February 22nd -24th 2019). Barbara Schuster presented kinderhände in an international panel n which was streamed live and interpreted in international sign (picture 1). We also.... Read more

Animal Care on Wheels - Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Animal care on wheel summary of March 2019

Apr 5, 2019   Animal care summary of March 2019   Last month in March, heat of summer, is almost started. Parvo cases are been reduced. Now, We have been receiving calls of many stray animals suffering from various types of another illness, especially of Maggots wound in Dogs. Whenever the stray animal got open wound, many time there are chances of getting maggots in it, if properly not treated or not taken care. Maggots is caused by a female fly, usually a blowfly, laying eggs in a.... Read more

Education for Blind Chinese Orphans - Bethel Foundation Limited

Bethel China, Beginning of 2019 Report

Apr 2, 2019   2019 is already here! It's hard to believe that another year is already here. Since 2002, we have been committed to serving this unique, but amazing population so desperately in need. It has been amazing to see how some of our oldest children have gone on to accomplish some amazing, and ground breaking things. One great example is Li Ying (Bridget). In February, one of our first students Li Ying, became the first blind barista in Beijing at the restaurant Miam Miam. Bethel's partnership.... Read more

Weekend "Back to Nature program" - NPO Mirai no Mori

Seminar and Completion of LIT program

Apr 2, 2019   Date: Sunday, March 17, 2019Location: Accenture Minato Mirai OfficeParticipants: Around 60 guests The last LIT program for this year was the preparation and the actual seminar. We started earlier than usual on Saturday morning, to finish the preparation. They started with finalizing the contents and the slides, as well as tweaking the flow and phrases so that they can convey the message more effectively. They were supposed to finish the slides by lunch time and move on to rehearsal, but it ended.... Read more

Ethiopia: help for the drought affected - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Fresh water in only 30 minutes

Apr 1, 2019   The Somali region in southeastern Ethiopia is one of the driest areas in the country. The region is increasingly affected by severe droughts. Together with its partner organisation RACIDA, Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe has been active in the region for years when the drought situation is particularly acute and people's lives are at risk. Asura is one of many displaced people in Walaysalam, a community in Dheka Suftu. Due to the severe drought in 2017, she and her family had to flee to Walaysalam in.... Read more

Live and Learn in Kenya Int'l Sponsorship Program - Leben und Lernen in Kenia e.V.

Int'l Day of Sport for Development&Peace-April 6th

Apr 1, 2019   April 6, 2019 is the International Day of Sport for Developement and Peace. We at Live and Learn in Kenya International take this important day very seriously. The importance of sport for children is becoming more and more obvious - not only because of keeping children fit - but also for keeping them alert throughout the day - and happy. Children have a compulsion to move and react. They want to MOVE and have fun at the same time. They also want to prove themselves - to themselves and to their.... Read more

Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergic Patients - Friends of Assaf Harofeh Medical Center

Preparations for Passover, and specific allergen research

Mar 26, 2019   Hello and welcome to another update from the Center for Allergy at Assaf Harofeh (Yitzhak Shamir) Medical Center. This time of year is always busy at the Center. With Passover approaching, the staff here is working diligently to make sure that the food doses are properly prepared in sufficient quantities, so that patients can continue their oral immunotherapy (OIT) programs throughout the holiday. Additionally, during Passover, many observe traditional dietary restrictions, which can be somewhat.... Read more

ODTU GELECEGIMIZ FUND-TOUCH THE LIFE OF SOMEBODY - TURK EGITIM VAKFI (TEV)

10 SUCCESSFUL YEARS PASSED

Mar 21, 2019   Turkish Education Foundation(TEF) organized annual evaluation of 2018 meeting last month.Among1150 funds which are under control of TEF,Our fund ''ODTÜ GELECEGIMIZ''   kept his 1.st rank in 2018 like last 4 years.You can see graphic A and B and observe the status of our fund in TEF .Finally we should express that 10% of net income of TEF was belong to our fund. Our traditional dinner was organized on 20 th of February.and 150 donors were there.Mr Aygündüz thanked and.... Read more

Early Intervention for Childhood Disabilities - Amar Seva Sangam

Early Intervention Progress report!!

Mar 19, 2019   Amar Seva Sangam initiated the Village Based Early Intervention program in the year 2013 to identify and provide therapy for children with delayed development. It was a great success within one year, plans to expand it and scale it began. The Village Based Rehabilitation Initiation of Early Intervention (VBRI-EI) tablet based application was initiated in 2015 the program has been able to reach nearly 700 children with delayed development. The Early Intervention program addresses the highest risk.... Read more

Volunteering for those in need - Stichting Present Den Haag

Social Gardening

Mar 18, 2019   We recently started a new concept which is called: Social Gardening. It has a lot of different aspects in it, which is probably why we are so enthusiastic about it! The basic idea is to clean/clear up gardens of people who are unfit, either physically, socially or financially, with a group of volunteers. Besides doing that, which is something that we've done before, we're now looking extra carefully at the environmental and social aspect. For this reason, we not just work with our volunteers, we.... Read more

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