Der er nu kun 3 dage tilbage til, at købe billetter til vores store velgørenhedsmiddag for Kashmir! 🏔️⠀
Programmet for middagen byder på Naiha Khiljee og Zubair Butt Hussain som medværter, spændende oplæg fra generalsekræteren fra Amnesty International, Trine Christensen, og oplæg fra vores læger som har arbejdet med patienter i Kashmir gennem Kashmir Fund DK. Der bydes derudover på en auktionsrunde, dejlig mad, underholding for børn, og god stemning! ⠀
Tag venner, familie, og kollegaer og få købt jeres billetter her: https://kashmirfund.dk/shop/⠀
Følg med på eventet på FB her: https://www.facebook.com/events/940273859641740/⠀
Støt folket i Kashmir og få købt dine billetter nu! 💪🏼✨🍽️🤝⠀
Darcie came in to see us this week. The past few weeks had been crazy, she explained, and her entire life had exploded. She found out that she is pregnant 3 weeks ago, but the father won't return any of her texts or messages. Her own mum and dad are supportive of whatever decision she chooses to make, but are in no position financially to help her to support her child. Just a year after finishing school, her wage is not enough to secure private rent and she has been turned away by several estate agents. She has no space to live with her new child aside from her childhood box bedroom, and no resources to buy all the things having a child entails.
Following signing on to the council housing register, the housing worker suggested that she gets in contact with us to discuss anything else she might be able to get help with.
Her situation is one that we see often. Occasionally we get donations of Moses baskets and children's items, so we gave her what we could in preparation. We assessed her benefits entitlement both now and once baby was born, and discussed options like the SureStart Maternity Grant and Healthy Start Vouchers, which are schemes specifically for new or expectant parents on a low income. She left with a clear financial view of what to expect in the coming year, and the tools which she could utilise to help her through it. This is what we do at Freedom.
Disclaimer - based on real life visitors to Freedom, but creative freedoms have been exercised and names have been changed.
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Uganda earns big from organic agriculture.
Uganda has one of the fastest growing organic certified lands in Africa. The products grown organically and sourced from Uganda include cotton (lint, yarn and finished garments), coffee (Arabic and Robusta), sesame (simsim), dried fruit (pineapples, apple bananas, mangoes, jack-fruit), fresh fruits (pineapple, apple bananas, passion fruits, avocadoes, papaya (pawpaw), ginger), jack-fruit, vanilla, cocoa, fish, shea butter and shea nuts, bird eyed chillies, dried hibiscus, honey and bark cloth. These products are exported to Europe, USA, Asia and other parts of Africa among others. The numbers of organic exporters in Uganda has been growing and are fully certified or in conversion, from internationally accredited certifying bodies operating in Uganda.
Coffee Exporting Companies in Uganda Divine Coffee Exporters and Traders are the best in that Category
Divine coffee exporters are the best coffee traders in uganda amoung all other companies doing so
Coffee Exporting Companies in Uganda Divine Coffee Exporters and Traders are the best in that Category.
The biggest challenge for Uganda is inadequate resources. Uganda has five medical colleges and 29 nursing schools training people in Western medicine. With 70% of doctors practicing in urban areas, where only 20% of the population lives, the coverage in rural areas is much worse: one doctor for every 22,000 people. The Project Orphans Medical Centre is a vital asset to healthcare services delivered in Zirobwe! People just want to be heard and want resources to get well. We are honored to be a part of the solution and will continue to look at innovative solutions to reach more vulnerable villages!
NEW! Poolpod 🏊♂️ Sidmouth LED are delighted to have been chosen as one of 20 sites across the country to receive funding for a BRAND NEW Poolpod! This will now benefit lots of members to gain safe access to the water and be accessible to many, many more new members in Sidmouth and surrounding areas. Swim England aim to encourage more people with long term health conditions, disabilities and rehabilitation needs to enjoy and access more swimming pool environments. Manager Steve Reid 'Poolpod will enable us to expand our activities and heighten members experience while at the pool'. Poolpod is now up and running at Sidmouth pool! #poolpod#swim#swimming#sidmouth#eastdevon#swimengland#england#activity#active#aid#help#disability#rehab#recovery 👏
Since the last outbreak of violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) in 2013, thousands of Chadian refugees living in CAR sought refuge in southern Chad.
The returnee site in Djako comprises 205 households, or 1039 individuals. Almost all shelters, built between 2014 and 2017 with UN CERF funding, are by now in a state of disrepair.
Most families are exposed to bad weather, especially vulnerable groups such as older people, pregnant women and children.
Overcrowding is also a major problem at the site, some households comprise up to 15 members, forcing people to build makeshift sheds out of tree branches and leaves.
📸 Federica Gabellini/OCHA
Work with Team Hasiru for a Divine experience in serving the society!
A one of a kind event to help create Audiobooks to aid blind school children in their studies!
Let us do our bit in building a positive livelihood space for everyone and build a better Society!
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Always fantastic when our staff and volunteers receive praise for their amazing work. Here's a thankyou card that was sent to Rosalind, our Sandwell coordinator, last week.⠀
As you might have guessed from the card, Rosaline is going on maternity leave next month. We wish
Ashraful 🅰id Team on the ground in Syria.
The war in Syria has caused millions of Syrians to flee their homes to neighboring countries. In Lebanon alone, there are around 1.5 million refugees. These people face a daily struggle to find food and water.
Ashraful Aid provides food hampers to Syrian refugees in Lebanon – for only R600 you can provide a food hamper to feed a family of 4 for a whole month.
Donate a full food hamper or part thereof.
Zakaat donations are accepted – please specify if donating Zakaat towards this campaign.
Donate by using our secure link below:
Or with Paypal:
Or using our banking details below:
Ashraful Aid FNB details
Zakaat: 628 176 903 41
Lillah: 628 176 787 77
Reference: Your Name- Food Syria
Branch code: 250737 (lenasia)
SWIFT CODE: FIRNZAJJ
Call: 011 262 0120