This project is designed to enhance the quality of preschool education in the newly resettled areas of the Mullaitivu District, Northern Sri Lanka by supporting preschool teachers in achieving their diplomas.
Projects funded are run by experienced groups in the refugee and IDP community. We ensure that support reaches groups swiftly and efficiently.
This project will restore and conserve the environment for returnees in villages and primary schools in Kitgum and Lamwo districts in Uganda. Fifty households and four primary schools will be supported to establish and manage wood lots, orchards and vegetable gardens.
This project will enable 63 refugees, aged 16 -21, to attend the Karenni Further Studies Program (KnFSP) for a year, in Karenni Camp 2 on the Thai/Burma border.
This project will provide 240 Syrian refugee children in Jordan with uniforms and books so that they can attend school.
This project will purchase essential farming equipment and create a website and marketable brand for the Green Farmers’ Association (GFA) in Minami Sanriku.
This project will set up a website for the recently built Chime of Hope Shopping Centre in Onagawa, Tohoku. This temporary centre, housing 50 shops, 3 banks, a post office and a police box, provides a crucial opportunity for Onagawa to boost its economy and support the remaining survivors in their hope for a full recovery.
This project will support 200 returnee families from Morungatuny Camp, Northern Uganda to rebuild their lives and resettle in their ancestral homes. Families will receive resettlement kits that include kitchen items, tools, seeds, mosquito nets and water sanitizers.
This project will initiate, organize and support 20 literacy classes for internally displaced women in the areas surrounding Khartoum, Sudan. The teachers will set up classes in their own neighbourhood, directly reaching 400 displaced women with literacy skills that are key to finding work.
This project will provide 62 refugee women with useful skills and basic business knowledge that will enable them to find jobs or start small businesses in Johannesburg, South Africa.
This project’s first outcome will be providing 200 basic baby hygiene kits and basic health information to new mothers in Ee Htu Hta camp, Burma/Thai border to improve the health and hygiene of Karen refugee mothers and babies.