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Improving access to clean water in Togo

The Challenge Natural water sources are scarce and are often shared by people and livestock resulting in high levels of contamination. This project was delivered in two of the most poorly served districts of Togo, Naki Est and Ogaro, where access to clean water is only currently available for 26% of the population. How are…

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Improving WASH facilities in Uganda

Roughly two thirds of Uganda’s rural population lack access to safe water. Poor sanitation and hygiene is a cross cutting health concern in all rural Ugandan Villages. Diarrheal disease is responsible for 17% of all deaths in children under five in Uganda today. The Challenge Amach Sub County in Lira District has the lowest WASH…

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Helping Orphans in Benin

Dining Hall and Security Fence Bon Samaritain is an Orphanage in Benin, West Africa which looks after 70 children who face difficult situations including physical abuse, trafficking, children accused of witchcraft and children in conflict with the law. This project provides children with a modern dining hall and the construction of a boundary wall to…

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Creating a safe & sanitary learning space

Donation Goal For This Project is £23,156 Ephphatha primary school is the only school for deaf children in the region which is attended by students from East Burkina and Northern Benin. These young special educational needs children have no built classroom therefore their lessons are held outside making the learning environment very challenging. They are exposed the…

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Bwindi Community Hospital

Hospital Walkways In January 2012, Sustain for Life made a small grant to Bwindi Community Hospital towards the construction of covered walkways to connect the numerous buildings of the hospital, something that had been on the hospital’s wish list for many years. During our visit to Bwindi the previous October, we saw first-hand the great need for the walkways…

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Child Healthcare Access Programme

Since 2009, Sustain for Life has supported the Child Healthcare Access Programme (CHAP), a new child healthcare initiative at Bwindi Community Hospital in rural southwest Uganda. The CHAP provides all healthcare for children less than five years of age at minimal cost and, for the very poorest families, free of charge. Saving Lives of Vulnerable Children The…

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