Reporting from SAKAR: Opening Day of Program

23. October, 2012
Traning of 30 young minority girls started!

Giving a new chance to minority girls in Uttar Pradesh

There are few things more important than giving girls from a minority group the chance to start a life of independence. Our partner organisation SAKAR works with adolescent girls within a muslim minority in Uttar Pradesh, India. They provide education and practical training that gives each and every one of these girls a real opportunity to break a heavy, negative social cycle. More about the background of this project here. 

Opening Day!

Over the last coupe of months, our partner organisation SAKAR has made home visits to identify families living below the poverty line and interview potential young girls for the program. At this point, 30 girls have been enrolled in t... (Read more)


Bikes of Compassion Update, August 2012

12. August, 2012
Great pictures, all the bikes together, a short video and a time frame for the program.

Great news. The bikes have now been purchased in Tanzania and have arrived at the health facility. We've been looking so much forward to showing you the pictures of the bikes with the stickers on.. We think they great.

In the pictures to the left (click them to enlarge) you'll see the whole fleet of bikes bought entirely on Coins of Compassion from all of our members - which explains the the name "Bikes of Compassion".

You also see a male volunteer standing next to one of the bikes as well as a picture of a typical road, where the volunteer health professionals will be riding the bikes to reach the sick people of the community. 

At the beginning of September all the volunteers will start receiving training at the health facility. After a period of 3-4 four weeks of intensive training the home based care program will start and the Bikes of Compass... (Read more)


St. Andrews Baby Unit Update, July 2012

26. July, 2012
Changing Faces and a Challenge for Sustainability

Since our last update, the St Andrews Baby Unit has had another new arrival. A little boy, estimated to be about five months old was found in a house in the local area. It is thought that he had been on his own for two days after his mother ran off and left him. He is now under the care of Matron Lucy and her team.

Another group of children has graduated from the baby unit to the main children’s home at Kandara – Lucy and Teresia have joined Newton and Jacob and seem to be enjoying themselves in their new surroundings. They still pop back to the baby unit to visit the staff and their friends.

There has also been another child fostered since our last update. Little Moses (the little guy with the hat on the picture above - click to enlarge), known as Mussa, was found by a river not long after he was born. He was rescued by some people who happened to be passing nearby and after the authorities had been notified, he... (Read more)


India Project Completed + New Partnership

7. June, 2012
Reaching our funding goal for the project in India AND setting new goals for water capacity in Tanzania!

We're very excited to share this update with you. Today we've reached our funding goal for our great project with SAKAR in India, which will give a minority group of 50-60 adolescent women in Uttar Pradesh in Nothern India new opportunities to escape suppression and start a life on their own.

We're also ready to introduce a new and very promising project in Tanzania in cooperation with the Kesho Trust. This project will build on a project completed by the United Nations Development Programr a few years back, and will build critical extra water capacity.

Thank you for sharing the work of Help Every Day and for your faithful support. This is the foundation that allows us to reach project ... (Read more)


Masanga Hospital Reporting

13. May, 2012
A personal story about a life saving operation at the Masanga Hospital

We recently received this personal story from one of the doctors undergoind special training at the Masanga Hospital, where we've funded 20 cesaerean section operations a few months back. This gives great insight into what kind of difference our Coins of Compassion are actually making:

"My name is Dauda Lahai and I have been in the medical field since 2009 as a Community Health Officer. Currently I am working for three months in Masanga Hospital as a student in Basic Surgical and Obstetrical procedures.
I am very pleased to invite you to celebrate this remarkable day in my life as I successfully restore through God’s will the life of Hawanatu and her baby.

Hawanatu is a 22 old women who is pregnant for the second time. She had undergone a Caeserean 3 years ago in Masanga Hospital. Because she is living in a small village about 5 hours walking distance to the nearest health facility, she was admitted with a term pregn... (Read more)


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