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Iron Treatment at Bishop James Memorial Hospital

Constructing a water treatment facility will allow Bishop James Memorial Hospital to treat the elevated iron levels in the drinking water. Treating the iron content ill ensure the water that the nearly 600 daily patients as well as the patients’ families and surrounding community members count on is safe and reliable. Goal $28,000.00

Upendo Street Children

The Upendo Street Program was established in 2020 in Kitale, Kenya to champion the rights of homeless street children through rehabilitation, family integration and by providing necessary education. This program provides a supportive community for at risk youth who have no other options due to widespread poverty and lack of available resources. The focus is …

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Sustainable Inclusive Development of People With Disabilities and Families

This project aims to build the developmental potential of Persons with Disabilities in Thailand at the community level. Daughters of Charity collaborates with local community-based organizations in the Loei province to provide advocacy education, promote community awareness, and provide vocational training to persons with disabilities and their families. Daughters of Charity plays a vital role …

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ATFGM Network

The goal of the Association for Termination of Female Genital Mutilation (ATFGM) project is to build and maintain a functional and supportive network in Tanzania to address the issues related to the reduction of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and child marriage. In addition, this project aims to address gender-based violence and support a shift in …

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Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene at Kueka Medical Center

Digging a well and installing a transmission system will provide 4,000 people in the local community with much needed clean and reliable water, decreasing water born illness and disease. Additionally, the well will provide clean water and sanitary facilities to the nearly 1,250 patients that visit the hospital each month. Goal $24,000.00