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Poverty Alleviation Projects

2012 Projects


January 2012

$2,250 was given to Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Haiti (HAS) to install nearly 50 new Biosand water filters in high-need households in the Pont Sondé area in the Artibonite Valley of Haiti. To address the root causes of diarrhea and malnutrition, and now cholera which emerged in epidemic proportions in Haiti in 2010, HAS has focused on community health and development activities, including drilling wells and providing sanitation, which have allowed many families to have access to clean drinking water and latrines. Read more.

For more information: www.hashaiti.org

February 2012

$2,460 was given to the Visakha Society for the Protection and Care of Animals in India to provide 5,000 food packets to homeless people in need – serving dozens of people for an entire year. Called the “Kindness Mobile Restaurant,” roughly eighty people are served weekly in three different areas. A wholesome and nutritious vegan meal (lentils, vegetable curry, fruit and one sachet of drinking water) is hygienically packed in palm leaves and provided by auto-rickshaw to the poorest of the poor three days a week (when other charities in the area are not operating). Read more.
For more information: www.vspca.org

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