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A.  Give a child access to safe drinking water in Tanzinia 
Provide an underprivileged child in Tanzania with access to life-saving water for a day. Safe drinking water is not readily available in poverty-stricken areas. A new 28m rope pump enables safe water to be extracted from the well more easily and is less strenuous for women and children. A concrete sanitary seal also ensures safe deeper water is protected from potentially polluted shallow aquifers. Improve the health of a child and provide employment to local contractors by being part of this mission to install quality water points for rural communities in Tanzania.

 

B.  Give seeds to nourish a child in Milawi
Imagine being a child in Africa whose stomach is bloated from malnutrition or only being able to eat one meal of maize porridge on a good day. Many impoverished children suffer from diseases of malnutrition and lack the access to nutritious food. Make an impact by giving parents one year’s supply of seeds to grow healthy crops, so that they can feed and sustain their children day after day.

 

C.  Give a Dalit girl access to literacy education in India
Enable a Dalit girl or young woman aged between 13 to 19 years old access to literacy education. These girls, who come from the poorest families, have been taken out of the education system to help work on the land, or in other ways earn money for their family. This will enhance their lives through teaching them to read and write.

 

D.  Give improved sanitation for a child in Tanzenia
Provide improved sanitation to a poor Tanzanian child for a day by constructing a safe and hygienic latrine in a school. Each facility is customized and designed by top engineers. Treated biosolids can be safely removed and reused for beneficial agricultural practices. Students and teachers are taught on the correct use of the facilities and maintenance for greater durability. Poor sanitation is a worrying cause of diarrheal disease and other illnesses. Less than a tenth of rural Tanzanians have access to improved sanitation. Bring positive change by promoting safe sanitation practices.

 

E.  Give a child Horticulture training in India
Support the social and economic independence of one child by sponsoring him or her horticulture training for a one-hour session in a day. The program aims to educate the younger generation with improved farming techniques and technology, such as greenhouse technology, which will eventually result in a better yield of crops and farm products, as well as to augment their income.

 

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