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Phönikks's general work

Krebs trifft mitten ins Leben. Allein in Hamburg werden jedes Jahr rund 800 Familien mit der schlimmen Diagnose konfrontiert. Von einem Moment auf den anderen stehen die Erkrankten und ihre Angehörige vor einer ungewissen Zukunft. Angst, Verzweiflung und Hilflosigkeit prägen plötzlich den Alltag und werden zum ständigen Begleiter. Neben der körperlichen Erkrankung müssen sich die Betroffenen auch einer enormen psychischen Belastung stellen. Die Stiftung phönikks hilft jungen Familien in dieser belastenden Situation kostenlos mit psychologischer Beratung und psychotherapeutischer Unterstützung. Aus kleinen Anfängen ist in mehr als zwanzig Jahren eine in Deutschland einmalige Anlaufstelle gewachsen, die pro Jahr zwischen 270 - 300 Klienten betreut. Psychotherapeuten aus der Kinder- und Erwachsenenarbeit unterstützen die Betroffenen dabei, mit der Erkrankung umzugehen und begleiten sie auf der Suche nach neuen Perspektiven und dem Weg zurück in die Normalität.

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The Parky Challenge

Welcome to The Parky Challenge.The European Parkinson's Disease Association is looking for people around the world to join our fundraising challenge that will help improve the lives of people with Parkinson's.Whether you get a team of colleagues together, persuade your family and friends to join in or simply want to tick something off from your own bucket list, joining The Parky Challenge is easy. Simply choose a challenge that excites you, and complete it anywhere and at any time before the end of the year.Please note: when donating to the EPDA, you will need to provide us with some of your personal details. Be assured that the information you provide will be stored within EPDA-controlled databases, and that it will not be shared with any third parties. Please read our full Privacy Policy for more information about how we keep your data safe.

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Volunteer Tea Pick

As part of our amazing volunteer programme, we offer volunteers the chance to live the life of a tea picker for half a day.Volunteers visit a local, private and ethical tea estate where they are allocated a tea picking lady as their mentor. They work alongside the tea pickers, developing their skills and understanding just how tough life is on the tea estates.After lining up with the workers to weigh their tea, volunteers are told how much they would have earned – this is, of course, shockingly little. The amount earned is added to their mentor’s pay packet, a lovely bonus.If possible, our friend and the owner of the Kelaniya Tea Estate, Mr Balendran, will then organise a tour around the working tea factory (and maybe even a cup of tea!)Volunteers gain an incredible insight into life on the tea estate and fundraise to support the work of Tea Leaf Vision centre – a massive win/win.This fundraising initiative allows us to cover all costs associated with planning and managing our volunteer programme, whilst enabling volunteers to help and support us without paying through the nose for the opportunity.

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Tea Leaf Trust's general work

We work hard every day to deliver high quality, accessible educational programmes, both full-time and part time, to young people and children from the tea estates surrounding the Maskeliya area of Central Province, Sri Lanka.

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The 121 Challenge

The 121 challenge aims to bring into focus some of the experiences of the 1.2 billion people around the world who live in extreme poverty. At the same time we aim to collect funds to continue to support a medical centre which we set up in Cambodia in 2008 and which continues to transform the lives of some of the poorest people in the world.The centre has now been running for a number of years, providing free consultation and medicine for, amongst others new mothers, children and young people with disabilities and is doing great work but still needs some assistance as it strives to become more sustainable. PLEASE BE GENEROUS!

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Molekulares Krebsforschungszentrum Charités allgemeine Arbeit

Das Molekulare Krebsforschungszentrum der Charité hat seinen Schwerpunkt in der Grundlagenforschung, um molekulare Prozesse bei der Entstehung und Entwicklung unterschiedlichster Krebsarten aufzuklären. Molekulare Erkenntnisse aus den aktuellen Forschungsarbeiten der MKFZ Arbeitsgruppen münden potentiell in Zukunft in neuen Therapieansätzen,Das Molekulare Krebsforschungszentrum der Charité – MKFZ – ist als Interessen- und Nutzergemeinschaft aller molekularen Krebsforscher an der Charité eine zentrale Forschungseinrichtung der Medizinischen Fakultät Charité. Diese Plattform soll die Profilbildung des Schwerpunktes Molekulare Krebsforschung innerhalb und außerhalb der Charité stärken. Durch die Bündelung der klinischen und experimentellen Krebsforschung der Charité bzw. außeruniversitären Forschungszentren im Berliner Raum soll die regionale Vernetzung gefördert und in Form von zahlreichen neuen wissenschaftlichen Verbundprojekten sichtbar werden. Eine weitere wichtige Aufgabe sieht das MKFZ außerdem in der Förderung des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses in Form von Aus- und Weiterbildung von Doktoranden, der Generierung von hochqualifizierten jungen Nachwuchsgruppen und deren Integration in bereits bestehende Verbundprojekte. Bitte helfen Sie uns die Forscher in Ihrem Kampf gegen Krebs zu unterstützen indem Sie eine Spendenaktion starten, an unserem Lauf-Event "Laufen gegen Krebs" teilnehmen oder einfach eine Spende tätigen. Ab einer Spendenhöhe von 20€ stellen wir Ihnen gerne eine Spendenbescheinigung aus. Wir freuen uns über jede Art der Unterstützung und bedanken uns vielmals! Prof. Dr. med. Clemens A. Schmitt und das Team des MKFZ

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European Parkinson's Disease Association's general work

The EPDA is the only European Parkinson's disease umbrella organisation. Our members are national Parkinson's disease organisations from 36 countries across Europe and we advocate for the rights and needs of more than 1.2 million people with Parkinson's and their families. The EPDA vision Our vision is to enable all people with Parkinson’s in Europe to live a full life while supporting the search for a cure. The EPDA missionIn order to make our vision a reality, we aim to become the leading voice for Parkinson’s in Europe by providing innovative leadership, information and resources to: national Parkinson’s organisations European policymakers healthcare professionals people with Parkinson's and their families treatment industry the media We hope to raise the profile of Parkinson’s and enable people living with the disease to be treated effectively and equally throughout Europe. What does the EPDA aim to do?By working with our members – who represent the needs of individual people with Parkinson’s and their families at a national level – the EPDA aims to: positively influence Parkinson’s stakeholders to challenge existing mindsets, shift attitudes and remove the hurdles that prevent PwPs from receiving early and appropriate treatment as well as individualised care increase public and political awareness of Parkinson’s as a priority health challenge support the development of national Parkinson’s organisations throughout Europe help reduce stigma and remove discrimination against people with Parkinson’s.Please note: when donating to the EPDA, you will need to provide us with some of your personal details. Be assured that the information you provide will be stored within EPDA-controlled databases, and that it will not be shared with any third parties. Please read our full Privacy Policy for more information about how we keep your data safe.

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Access Info

Europe is facing a serious refugee crisis about which the
public has too little accurate - and many times contradictory - information. For
instance, the data on number of refugees, their treatment or the figures of children
who have gone missing, is not truly reliable as it differs widely depending on
the source of the information. At the same time, knowing how and by whom
decisions are being taken in response to this crisis is proving an inexplicably
impossible mission, thus impeding future accountability.

If we cannot have access to information relevant to the
refugee crisis, how can we guarantee the respect of the human rights of those who
come to Europe fleeing from war and persecution?
How can we have a fully informed public debate about the best political
response to this humanitarian crisis?
How can we fight the hate-speech and discrimination discourse that is becoming
increasingly popular in many parts of Europe?

Access Info Europe is a human rights organisation based in
Madrid, Spain, dedicated to promoting and protecting the right of access to
information in Europe as a tool for defending civil liberties and human rights,
for facilitating public participation in decision making, and for holding
governments accountable.

They are currently leading an access to information campaign
investigating the controversial agreement on refugees signed by EU leaders and the
Turkish government on March 2016, digging into its legality, and trying to bring
transparency to the decisions taken by European institutions and Member States
while dealing with this crisis.

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Amplify Malta

Amplify is a Malta-based NGO working both in Malta & around the world. It promotes sustainability and empowerment through development.For us, respect and partnerships are the cornerstones of any development work. Long-term volunteering really opened our eyes to the fact that us 'westeners' do not have all the answers to the ills of the world which fuels our focus on working with locally-based partners on projects that they themselves identify. Following a need identified by a Cambodian partner organisation, supporters of Amplify raised funds for a medical clinic to be built in Southern Cambodia. This is run by Amplify’s Cambodian partner organisation and provides support to people with intellectual and physical disabilities as well as people affected by poverty in the region. Members of Amplify also went to Namibia as the first ever Maltese VSO (Voluntary Services Overseas) volunteers. Whilst there, they were supported in a number of projects by other Amplify members/supporters. These projects included fund raising to purchase custom-made wheelchairs for people living in remote areas of the country and establishing a website for an association that works to achieve access to justice for people around Namibia.

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Hilfe für Flüchtlinge in Syrien und Nachbarländer

Nothilfemaßnahmen für Flüchtlinge in Syrien und Nachbarländern„Aktuell konzentriert sich die Hilfe der meisten unserer Bündnispartner auf die vielen Flüchtlinge vor allem in Jordanien und dem Libanon. Planungen für Hilfsmaßnahmen innerhalb Syriens werden zwar erstellt, können aber erst umgesetzt werden, wenn sich internationale Helfer im Land sicher bewegen können“, so Manuela Roßbach, Geschäftsführerin von Aktion Deutschland Hilft, dem Bündnis deutscher Hilfsorganisationen.Nach UN Berichten sind innerhalb der syrischen Grenze über eine Million Menschen auf der Flucht vor kriegerischen Auseinandersetzungen. Die Nachbarländer Syriens, Jordanien, Libanon, Irak und die Türkei registrieren darüber hinaus über 120.000 Flüchtlinge aus Syrien.Während Malteser International gemeinsam mit dem lokalen Partner International Blue Crescent innerhalb Syriens in Damaskus neu ankommende Inlandsvertriebene versorgen, konzentrieren sich die Bündnispartner ADRA, CARE, Handicap International, World Vision, Islamic Relief Deutschland, Freunde der Erziehungskunst und arche noVa zunächst auf die Hilfe in Jordanien und im Libanon. Hier gilt es die, in einer täglich steigenden Anzahl, ankommenden Flüchtlinge mit dem Nötigsten zu versorgen und eine größere humanitäre Katastrophe zu verhindern. Aufgrund der anhaltenden Kämpfe werden viele weitere Flüchtlinge erwartet.Unsere Bündnispartner helfen den Menschen in Syrien und in den Nachbarländern. Die hier definierten beispielhaften Bedarfe werden benötigt. Wir garantieren Ihnen, dass Ihre Spende den Menschen zugute kommt und hilft, Leid zu mindern.Helfen Sie Leben retten. Helfen Sie mit Ihrer Spende!

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International Campaign to Ban Landmines - General work

Landmines kill and maim several thousand people every year – farmers cultivating their land, children playing, women fetching water – families struggling to survive. The International Campaign to Ban Landmines fights to keep civilians safe from these inhumane weapons that still pose a risk, decades after conflicts have ended. Thanks to the ICBL’s actions throughout the world, the number of new landmine victims has dropped dramatically and the use of landmines is increasingly rare. But there is still work to do—to clear the land that is contaminated by these silent killers and to take care of landmine survivors. We will keep fighting until everyone is safe from landmines. Will you join us?

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Our work for a world free of mines

GGL Austria fosters victims of landmines around the world. At present we supports projects in Burma, Georgia, Tajikistan and South Sudan. GGL Austria works against the threat that landmines pose for civilians. Our primary focus is on supporting measures with regard to emergency management, the prevention of accidents and saving lives.GGL Austria supports victims in three different ways: on the one hand, by helping to clear mined areas and marking danger areas with hazard warning signs and, on the other hand, by spreading information in affected regions in the form of mine risk education (MRE), which is aimed at reducing the number of accidents. Third task focus is the direct help for mine victims.

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ADRA Sozialzentrum - Wien Säulengasse

Deine Spende hilft uns zum Beispiel, mit einem Car-Sharing Auto Berge an Gratis-Lebensmitteln abzuholen!Zur Zeit nehmen wöchentlich durchschnittlich 100 Personen dieses Angebot am Sonntag wahr. Etwa 60 freiwillige Helfer engagieren sich bei den Aktivitäten. Teil des Teams sind mittlerweile auch Klienten/Besucher des Sonntagsfrühstücks selber sowie weitere Personen, die ADRA in den vergangenen Monaten sozial betreut hat. ADRA erhält regelmäßig in der Zentrale Anfragen von Einzelpersonen, die sich in Krisensituationen befinden und um Hilfe bitten. Die Betroffenen erhalten Beratung zu Haushaltsbudget, werden bei Amtsbesuchen begleitet und wichtige Kontakte hergestellt. Mehrere Wohnungslose haben sich bereiterklärt, in Freiwilligenarbeit Lebensmittel abzuholen, an weitere soziale Stellen zu vermitteln, Räume des Sozialzentrums fachmännisch zu renovieren. Die Mitarbeit strukturiert ihren Alltag und gibt ihnen Selbstwert und Würde.

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Il lavoro generale di Associazione I Bambini dell'Africa ONLUS

Creata in Italia nel 2008, I Bambini dell’Africa - Associazione di Solidarietà e di cooperazione per lo sviluppo - è una organizzazione d’azione umanitaria senza scopo di lucro con riconoscimento di ONLUS (Organizzazione Non Lucrativa di Utilità Sociale) ai sensi e per gli effetti del d.lgs.460/12/1997 - Con l’assenza di ogni finalità di lucro l’associazione persegue e promuove esclusivamente finalità sociale a favore dell’infanzia ed adolescenza in difficoltà. Per garantire l’istruzione primaria dei bambini ed adolescenti, progettando centri di diffusione culturale fissi o itineranti o assicurando mezzi finanziari, in natura o tecnico-scientifici; · Per migliorare la salute delle madri e ridurre la mortalità infantile, assicurando aiuti umanitari di emergenza e di tipo strutturale che favoriscano soluzioni stabili o permanenti ai problemi sanitari e sociali della collettività infantile africana ed europea; · Per aiutare la popolazione nella lotta contro la malaria, l’HIV/ AIDS ed altre malattie trasmissibili sessualmente e non, mediante campagne di sensibilizzazione alle masse; · Per assicurare migliori condizioni di vita a bambini/adolescenti orfani o a bambini/adolescenti abbandonati o di strada o ex bambini - soldato, fornendo loro un concreto sostegno morale e materiale efficace, anche in collaborazione con altre associazioni non profit esistenti, favorendo la creazione di centri di accoglienza e d’alloggio per bambini e adolescenti; · Per promuovere e far adottare sul territorio la Convenzione Internazionale dei Diritti dei Bambini delle Nazioni Unite, favorendo la creazione di centri culturali e di azione sociale; · Contribuire ad educare i bambini ed adolescenti africani ed europei alla pace ed alla non violenza, favorendo la creazione di centri culturali e di azione sociale · Sensibilizzare l’opinione pubblica delle Regioni Africane/Europee dove si interverrà verso atti concreti di solidarietà nei confronti dei bambini, organizzando campagne di sensibilizzazione anche itineranti; · Contribuire efficacemente alla lotta contro la povertà e l’esclusione sociale. 1. Promuovere in Europa ed in Africa iniziative di informazione e di educazione della opinione pubblica, sull’interdipendenza, la solidarietà, l’Intercultura, la cooperazione tra i popoli; realizzare corsi di formazione di aggiornamento professionale, di educazione alla solidarietà e alla cooperazione per lo sviluppo; 2. organizzare convegni, incontri, seminari anche in collaborazione con altri enti, ONG aventi scopi e finalità analoghi. 3. L’associazione potrà promuovere l’adozione internazionale/sostegno a distanza rispettando le regole previste dalla legislazione. L’organo Esecutivo definirà il suo funzionamento. 4. Ciò facendo, l’associazione tende a promuovere, in accordo con la carte delle Nazioni Unite, nell’ambito della vita e dell’ideale di ciascuna Nazione, il rispetto universale della giustizia, della legge, dei diritti e delle libertà fondamentali, senza distinzione di razza, sesso, età, lingua, religione Affiliazione: Ufficio Cattolico internazionale per l'infanzia ( www.bice.org) Paesi d’intervento: Italia, Camerun, Ciad, Togo, Costa d’Avorio, Rep. Centrafricana, RD Congo, Burkina Faso, Benin, Senegal, .

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Hilfe zur Selbstentwicklung

Mit Deiner Unterstützung helfen wir den Menschen in Äthiopien aus eigener Kraft den Kreislauf der Armut zu durchbrechen. Die Projektschwerpunkte liegen dabei in den Bereichen Wasser- und Gesundheitsversorgung, Bildung, Landwirtschaft und Frauenförderung. Nur durch das Zusammenspiel all dieser Maßnahmen wird nachhaltige Entwicklung möglich. Die Eigeninitiative der Bevölkerung ist dabei Grundvoraussetzung und von essentieller Bedeutung für den Erfolg. Die Projekte werden ausschließlich mit eigenen Mitarbeitern umgesetzt, um sicherzustellen, dass die Spenden dort ankommen, wo sie so dringend gebraucht werden und Erfolge bringen, die bestehen bleiben.Hilf mit eine bessere Zukunft zu ermöglichen - als Mensch für Menschen.

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ADVANCED DIPLOMA

This free, full time one-year Diploma is offered to 20 graduates of the Main Diploma that have shown an aptitude and passion for teaching during the Community English Programme, and dedication during their first year of study. Its focus is on the further development of spoken and written English, teacher training and key soft skills essential to the working world. These include management, communication and leadership skills. The subjects taught are; Advanced Grammar, Advanced Reading and Speech, Critical Thinking, Advanced I.T., and Teacher Training.The programme was developed as a response to the lack of suitably qualified teachers in crucial subjects, such as English. It is designed to ensure a practical learning experience for ‘Interns’ to teach in the English medium and engage with students in a positive and supportive way. Interns must complete a teaching placement with the Centre and also support staff with the management of all key events and programmes, playing a vital role in the Centre’s day-to-day operation. The Advanced Diploma ensures sustainability for the Centre as it enables TLV to employ promising and committed teachers who understand our ethos.

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Mine warning signs for Burma

Hundreds, sometimes thousands of landmines surround many settlements of the Karen people along the Thai/Burmese border. If peace comes, more than 600,000 refugees would begin to come back to their homeland. Huge minefields without any warning signs would lay on their way. They would have to cross the minefields. The only way to make their travel safer is to lead them with help of warning signs through the maze of the minefields. Since 2012 GGL supports the production of mine warning signs and their transport to the outlying neighborhoods of Karen in Burma.

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Programma di borse di studio scolastica - Anno 2015-2016

CONTESTO: Con la crescita più demografica del mondo e il più veloce tasso di urbanizzazione, l'Africa è un problema serio per il progetto di educazione per tutti, nonostante gli sforzi compiuti dagli Stati africani e le principali istituzioni internazionali. Guerre, povertà persistente, debito estero e pandemia di HIV/AIDS sono tra i flagelli che affliggono i sistemi educativi africani. In Africa per molti bambini, la scuola rimane un sogno. Le tendenze attuali mostrano che il numero di bambini fuori dalla scuola in Africa sub-sahariana dovrebbe andare a 50,7 milioni nel 2005 e 54,6 milioni nel 2015. L'istruzione è uno dei fattori principali di emancipazione in ogni essere umano. L'istruzione è al centro di qualsiasi politica di sviluppo. Gli Stati non possono essere costruiti se la maggior parte della gente non sa né leggere né scrivere. Senza un ruolo maggiore della piccole e grandi organizzazioni non governative e società civile, Africa potrebbe non arrivare a un'educazione di base universale e basta. Per portare la sua piccola quota di contributo nella lotta contro l'analfabetismo in Africa, l’associazione I Bambini dell'Africa ONLUS propone il programma BORSE DI STUDIO. Questo programma è un approccio semplice ed innovativo mirato ad aumentare i tassi di iscrizione elementari delle migliaia di bambini 06-18 anni sul continente africano. OBIETTIVI DEL PROGRAMMA:- Contribuire, incoraggiare e rafforzare il sistema di alfabetizzazione in Africa. - Sviluppare alternative educative per i bambini a scuola e fuori dalla scuola per 5-18 anni - Assistere e sostenere le famiglie povere per mandare i figli a scuola. - Combattere l'analfabetismo e contribuire allo sviluppo in Africa - Creare un sistema di sostegno di scuola internazionale efficace e sostenibile per un'educazione permanente di un gran numero di bambini e giovani in Africa sub-sahariana; - Ridurre il tasso di alfabetizzati in Africa; BENEFICIARI Il programma è stato sviluppato per facilitare la scolarizzazione dei bambini di CP1 per classi delle scuole pubbliche in Ciad, Camerun, Costa d'Avorio, Togo, Centrafrica, RD Congo, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Burindi, Benin . Le borse di studio saranno assegnate in base ai criteri sociali. Eventuali candidati che desiderano partecipare al programma devono soddisfare le seguenti condizioni: - età, minimo 5 anni e massimo 16 e 18 anni; - Essere iscritti in un'istituzione pubblica di istruzione primaria; - non deve essere beneficiario di altra borsa di studio o altro tipo di aiuto simile al momento dell'assegnazione. Il costo di una singola borsa è stimato in soli 17 euro. 170 euro sono sufficienti per 10 ragazzi Sostieni il nostro progetto, Fai una donazione oppure Mettici la faccia e aiutiaci nella raccolta fondi in occasione di un evento a te caro.Puoi anche sostenere questo programma con il tuo 5x1000: Il codice fiscale dell'associazione è : 90181980732 - Firmare non ti costa un centesimo ma vale di più.

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Sauberes Wasser rettet Leben!

»Unser Trinkwasser war immer eine schmutzige Brühe. Jetzt ist es klar und sauber und ich bin viel seltener krank,« freut sich der zehnjährige Dufela.In Äthiopien haben rund 60 % der Menschen keinen Zugang zu sauberem Trinkwasser. In unserem Projektgebiet Ginde Beret sind es sogar noch mehr Menschen, die nur Wasser haben, das sie aus verschmutzten Schlammlöchern oder Bächen, die oft voll mit Krankheitserregern sind, schöpfen. Die Folge können schwere Infektionskrankheiten sein, die vor allem bei Kleinkinderngroßes Leid verursachen oder sogar zum Tod führen können.Mit Deiner Hilfe können wir dieses unnötige Leid verhindern. In Zusammenarbeit mit der Bevölkerung bauen wir Brunnen und Quellfassungen, die die Versorgung der Frauen, Männer und Kinder mit sauberem Trinkwasser sicherstellen. Sauberes Wasser ist dringend notwendig.Bereits 10 Euro ermöglichen den langfristigen Zugang zu sauberem Trinkwasser für einen Menschen im Projektgebiet Ginde Beret in Äthiopien.Mit Deiner Unterstützung können wir Gesundheit schenken und sogar Leben retten - als Menschen für Menschen!

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Uplift – Aufwind e.V.s allgemeine Arbeit

Uplift Aufwind e.V. ist eine Nichtregierungsorganisation, die in Kirgisistan das Konzept der (Sozial-) Waisen neu definiert. Unter dem Symbol des grünen Drachens werden über Berührungsarbeit, spezielle Physiotherapie und der Arbeit mit den Eltern Adoptionsfreigaben verhindert und somit die Zahl der Sozialwaisen drastisch reduziert :)

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