• Last year in Lewes several members felt strongly enough to act on their empathy about the growing refugee crisis over the Channel in Calais. They started going over and getting involved in various ways…

  • Wisma Mulia is a non-profit making fully registered residential home providing accommodation with support for 22 people. Our range of facilities and care packages allow us to welcome people who require round the clock support as well as those enjoying a more independent lifestyle.

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  • Mis Corazones Alegres is registered as a private but non-profit enterprise. Most of the money to operate comes from the families of the residents. These families generally do not pay voluntarily, because most of them forced the residents out of their homes and onto the streets. Mis Corazones contacts the families and asks for at least partial support, and usually gets it. Often, this is because of a combination of shame and the implied threat of legal action.

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D.R. Congo

  • CEDERI is an acronym of Centre de Développement Rural Intégré or Integrated Rural Development Center. Madimba is an area about 100kms south of Kinshasa. The DR Congo is currently ranked at the very bottom of the UN’s Human Development Index, as the poorest country in the world.

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  • Susila Dharma DR Congo is a leading NGO promoting the development of community co-managed not-for-profit Primary Health Centers (CSCOM). The third of three pilot projects was built in the community of Kingantoko in Bas Congo and demonstrates the importance of communities working with local health officials to provide quality, accessible and sustainable health services.

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  • Anisha works with small-scale farmers and landless farm workers to increase their household food security by promoting organic farming practices, encouraging the establishment of home kitchen gardens, lending them native seeds from Anisha’s seed bank, encouraging them to save money and support each other through self-help groups, and spearheading income-generating initiatives.

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  • BCU’s vision is to provide a high quality learning environment which nurtures and educates children so that as adults, they will be able to make real and positive contributions to the development of their communities and the world. In doing so the school will be a model for future schools in the province.

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  • YAYASAN TAMBUHAK SINTA (YTS) collaborates with local communities and governments to strengthen their capacity to jointly manage the process of development in a balanced, sustainable, and equitable way, and bring together local Dayak communities and government through a planning process that links community needs with government resources. Villages are then able to access support that is directly relevant to their needs.

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  • YUM is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the quality of life of the poor in Indonesia and works in three main areas: YUM concentrates its Health projects in the regions where there are the poorest levels of access to health services and knowledge in Indonesia. Its Education projects focus on giving young people from poor backgrounds the opportunity to experience and enjoy learning and reap the associated benefits. And YUM undertakes a number of Community Development projects with the goal of strengthening community networks and empowering individuals to help themselves.

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  • ICDP programmes aim to enrich relationships between children and those who care for them and Susila Dharma Britain is providing assistance to expand these programmes in countries such as Chile, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay and the Ukraine. This activity aims to deal with childcare that can falter when families are uprooted through social changes, migration, catastrophes, children losing their parents, or having been numbed by severe deprivation and emotional shock.

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