The Mukuni Basic School was established to educate children between grades one and four. This new education project involves assisting in the teaching and helping to develop skills for sustainable projects.
The Mukuni Health Centre has to cover for a population in excess of 7,000 people and requires help in a number of health programs that can dramatically improve the lives of local people.
Dunnottar School provides education and training to children and young adults with moderate to severe development disabilities.
Based in a village in an area of high unemployment, Morne Doudon Combined School was built in 1985 to help accommodate pupils from the overcrowded town schools.
This project involves far more than teaching. Based in the townships of Port Elizabeth, we are currently working with seven primary schools in an area of considerable poverty.
This project supports a grass roots organisation which provides advice, care, nutrition and education to HIV/AIDS suffers and vulnerable children.
Many children attend Samata School in the centre of Kathmandu, and lots of Samata's students are orphans or have been separated from their families during political upheaval.
Naxal Orphanage is one of three run by OCCED (the Organisation for Community, Child and Environment Development) and is located just over a kilometre from the centre of Kathmandu.
Because of Sri Lanka's economic progress in recent decades and its popularity with tourists, the teaching of English has become a priority at most schools.