Scope of Activity
We provide care and support for the following;
The gift of a wheel chair for this bedridden old man spells a new lease of life allowing him to get out of his tiny home in the remote village of Ungareni. Looking on are his daughter and son-in law who could hardly believe that the truck had come back for yet another visit to their village in the north east of the country.
This family in Sighetu Marmatiei, northern Romania, was given food during several visits and we are always delighted to renew friendships.
Thanks to both individual and corporate donations from our supporters, we are able to deliver tons of food, clothes and other items to local communities where it is distributed according to need.
This is part of the road which leads to the orphanage. It has deteriorated in recent years due to a landslide brought about by heavy rain and subsequent neglect. This presented a challenge as our truck negotiated the route to deliver aid.
School staff receive added equipment when we are able to do so and here a consignment of desks and chairs are a welcome sight. Some very young children have had to take turns standing during lessons because of a lack of chairs in the classroom.
Text books, black boards and other resources are also provided giving a much-needed boost to enhance the children’s learning experience.
Medicines, ECG equipment and incontinence pads were just some of the items delivered to the general hospital in Botosani. Loyal and dedicated staff often work under severe shortages and the delivery of our consignment of goods was greeted with enthusiasm.
Medicines and other essential supplies are regularly
provided to this Baby Hospital in Botosani where State funding provides about
34p (about 48 cents or €0.47) per child per day. Antibiotics, food, clothes,
blankets and toys are among the items which were gratefully received here. The
doctor-in-charge readily concedes the lifeline our service provides to those
While humanitarian aid is crucial for the immediate needs of both adults and children, we believe that over the longer term, the provision of training and education are the keys to self-help, confidence-building, job security and ultimately to financial independence.
We hope to embark on relevant training for those seeking employment. Requests for skills enhancement include training in carpentry, computing, English language, information technology, key boarding, printing and start your own business. We are actively seeking the way forward and hope that initial projects will be rolled out in the near future.
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