A gift of two water filters, four fruit trees, and four packs of seeds will provide clean water and lifelong nutritious foods for families. The edible goods are sold to pay for medicine and education too.
In poor communities close to the water, fishing is a lifeline. Your gift of a boat, which includes life vests, is allowing a family to generate income, and provide a significant source of nutrition for them and their community.
Your gift of a hand washing station means children like Dereje and his friends now have access to and training on using soap and toothbrushes. Good hygiene significantly reduces rates of disease and ensures they stay clean and healthy.
In rural Cambodia, water scarcity for drinking and washing is a significant issue. Before children like Sreymom had a water tank in their village, families would spend hours collecting water…
Farming in Laos’ remote mountainous villages is extremely challenging but now families are using seeds to develop small vegetable businesses in their gardens to help support their children’s education and lessen the threat of malnutrition.
Orange, banana and mango starter trees will help give families fresh fruit for food and a secure income.
The gift of a household water filter will give children access to drinking water, and help them avoid diarrhoea and other life-threatening waterborne diseases.