The Harinder Veriah Trust helps give children from some of the poorest backgrounds in Malaysia the very best chance to succeed in life – by making sure they have all they need to get the most from their school.
Sisters For Change is an international non-profit organisation who work to generate systemic change in how governments combat violence against women, and to create social change by mobilising communities to end acceptance of violence against women.
Without Borders is an initiative led by a group of passionate young Sri Lankans. The team follows a project-based approach with a strong focus on ensuring quality and sustainability, creating education-based community-led development models in rural communities in Sri Lanka. They work to empower girls and young women as community leaders and introduce them to innovative education and training methods.
Maiti Nepal provides living quarters for disadvantaged girls seeking their secondary education studying at the Teresa Academy in Khatmandhu.
House of Dawn is a charity looking for fund-matching to educate young girls who have risked their lives escaping from the North Korean regime. There is a large flow of refugees from North Korea, approximately 200 in 4 weeks and majority
Yu Phra Home of Shia is a charity established in 1999 who rescue young girls, between the ages of 13 and 17, from abusive homes where they suffer domestic abuse and sexual violence who in turn are excluded from society.
Yayasan Chow Kit / Chow Kit Kids is an amazing organisation born out of a children’s programme run by a Malaysian NGO. Incorporated in 2010 they provide for the needs of Kuala Lumpur’s most vulnerable children by offering support in
Sahabat Anak (SA) began in 1997 with the first Jambore Anak Jalanan (Street Kids Jamboree). After the Jamboree, it was a group of volunteers, made up of students and professionals, who recognised that one of the essential needs for Indonesia’s
“The ability to support themselves, stand on their own feet and providing conﬁdence to the vulnerable is a common theme that comes up in a majority of the stories of the graduates.” – Vijay Rajkumar, Burma Assist’s support specialist
Celine Samarasinhe is a Sri Lankan District Nursing Sister, currently residing in London. Having had over 35 years of experience with the National Health Service of the United Kingdom, she strongly believed it was the right time to initiate a Community