For I was hungry and you gave me something to eatI was thirsty and you gave me something to drinkI was a stranger and you invited me inI needed clothes and you clothed meI was sick and you looked after meI was in prison and you came to visit me.

- Matthew 25:35-36

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Reintegration of Human Trafficking Victims

This project is intended for economic empowerment and reintegration of 10 victims of human trafficking and returned migrants. The beneficiaries would be offered training opportunity to acquire some skills in preferred areas before establishment. While training they would be sheltered at COSUDOW to ensure closeness to the venue and regular attendance to the program as well as close monitoring and direction. While there, they would also avail of any of the other services offered by ...

St Louise School – computer lab upgrade

The Santa Luisa school in Venezuela are facing a painful reality some call, “The ruin of Venezuelan schools at all levels." In this time of economic crisis, the people are experiencing major economic deprivation, which is reflected in the increase in poverty, school dropouts, undernourishment, and a process of migration, among other problems. The goal of the project is to refurbish the Computer Education Room through the purchase of updated equipment to ensure inclusive, equitable, ...

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Danka Clinic

This water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) construction will give water access to 1500 people who live in Danka village, reduce the exposure to water-borne pathogens and water-related diseases, and increase quality of life, safety, and access to education system by having water within 1 km from homes. The health facility and school will have access to water as well as provide an introduction to sanitation and hygiene information. Project Goal $200,000


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