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CONSTRUCTION DU REFUGE SAVE POUR LES LOULOUS

CONSTRUCTION DU REFUGE SAVE POUR LES LOULOUS

Ce projet représente un nouveau départ pour nos loulous, un moyen de les mettre à l'abri, voilà pourquoi nous avons besoin de vous pour leur offrir un refuge aux normes où ils seront en sécurité ! Ceci est un appel à votre générosité, à votre grand coeur, pour la construction d'un refuge SAVE pour nos loulous. C'est la seule solution pour continuer à sauver les loulous de Roumanie de manière durable et à les rapatrier vers la Belgique/France où ils pourront vivre dignement. Sans vous, ce projet ne pourra pas aboutir ! Notre projet de construction - sur 1 hectare :Nous allons constuire notre refuge sur une parcelle d'un peu moins de 1000 m2 sur une colline, derrière le siège de l'association où nos loulous seront en sécurité. Nous devrons ensuite obtenir un permis d'urbanisme, une autorisation de l'Agence de protection de l'environnement et une autorisation de construire.Voici les différentes étapes de construction et les aménagements aux normes que nous prévoyons. Nous pourrons vous donner des éléments plus précis dès que nous aurons fait un cahier des charges avec notre entrepreneur. Aidez-nous à réaliser ce projet à taille humaine pour continuer à sauver des loulous de Roumanie ! Grâce à Vous, ce projet pourra voir le jour et nous pourrons continuer notre action dans la région : stérilisations, soins, vaccins, adoptions, et espérons-le à long terme, changement des mentalités. Merci pour votre soutien ! L'équipe de Save & Hope

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A call for help for Martin Veise

A call for help for Martin Veise

HELP! No help for severely disabled during COVID19.This post is NOT about the Coronavirus, but about how the system may withdraw help from the weakest citizens.While @Xavier Bettel promises unlimited resources to cover those who will fall out of their jobs due to COVID19, severely handicapped and the weakest citizens lose all help, regardless of their individual situation, condition and dependence.I express my gratitude towards the public initiatives during the pandemic and I am sincerely happy for those who will get financial aid in case of employment termination.So, briefly, here’s what I’m talking about:My uncle, @Martin, suffered a massive brain stroke in November 2018. The stroke was *not* threated by the Robert Schuman Hospital that Martin was taken to. Martin was left paralyzed down through his left side and with severe cognitive damages. Essentially Martin’s wife Anne and his four kids lost him that day. Martin is not even remotely the same person anymore.After being left untreated under miserable conditions at the hospital for a month, Martin was transferred to the Rehazenter. I have previously written about the conditions at the hospital and Rehazenter here: lux-patient.com, and won’t get into the details of the disastrous conditions at the two institutions.*I would however like to underline, that Martin was declared traumatized by his stay at the Rehazenter.*-> This means, that the conditions were so extremely miserable at the Rehazenter, that Martin’s condition as a patient not only declined severely, but additional damage was added to his brain.Martin received 2 months of rehabilitation in Denmark. One of the two months spent de-traumatizing him... After the two months, Martin was dispatched with a comprehensive report explaining his needs as a patient and how he should receive further treatment. The conclusion of the report is clear - Martin still needs intensive rehabilitation in order to be able to live the rest of his life at an acceptable standard. Acceptable standard defined by being able to walk or go to the toilet for example.Martin has been home in Luxembourg since August and has not received rehabilitation since then. Myself and Anne was taking care of Martin at home throughout August and September - the report *clearly* states that Martin needed help 24/7. Practically this means that he needs a team of nurses around him, as well as physiotherapists, ergo therapists, a psychologist and/or psychiatrist and a doctor with neuroscientific knowledge.Despite the urgency, we were not able to get a meeting with Assurance Dependance before October.The amount of responsibility for such a weak patient, with such needs, is beyond comprehensible. My aunt Anne is doing blood tests, regulating blood thinning medicine and all other medications for Martin.After tasting the mud of rock bottom, we at least got some help assigned by Assurance Dependence and by the end of 2019 Martin could start going to a daycare facility in Rollingergrund. *This help has been withdrawn with effect from march 17th, 2020.*Martin hasn’t had a shower for almost a week now. Martin has still not had a chance to rehabilitate. Anne is taking care of Martin 24/7, while trying to homeschool their 3/4 kids who are still in school. No help is provided.ZERO.I would like to underline, that we have not received ANY proactive help from the authorities. This includes any and all doctors we have been in touch with and the health authorities / CNS.You must fight for what you are entitled to by law and you must figure that out yourself. No guidance has been offered at ANY point since November 2018. We had to proactive ask for information about the stroke itself, the further process, what could be done etc.On top of the described problems, there’s no help to get from any authority. We have contacted every instance we could, as well as the Family minister, who referred back to the Rehazenter for help.As a patient, you have a LOT of additional expenses and the public coverage does not correspond to your normal salary, so effectively it means that you will have much less cash available.Now, one should think, that the loss of a husband and father to 4 should be more than enough to work with and that financial troubles should be the least to worry about.This is not the case in this country. Should you be as unlucky as my uncle, Martin, you WILL have a reduced income and much higher expenses.The social authorities cannot offer any help financially, as we are too well off. They recommend that we move out of the country, regardless of 3 of the 4 children being born and raised here.The banks wont extend credit as we are way too poor.The European school will not offer ANY deduction in their school fees. Changing school wouldbe incredible hard for the youngest kids and they would lose 2 years of their respective life’s due to the new language they’d need to adapt to.The insurance has covered absolutely nothing during all this. And I can list example after example.Now, what undeniably will happen, UNLESS something is being done, is that my family will be forced out of the country due to the lack of help from the government, despite contributing to the society for almost 20 years.This would mean that Anne and her 4 kids have lost their husband and father, that the kids will have to change school during their grief and give up 2 years of their life, the family will be forced to leave their home and attempt to successfully move WHILE taking care of a 24/7 patient who needs intensive rehabilitation AND homeschooling 3 kids. This isn’t possible.Let me get to my final words for this round.Imagine yourself in the same situation. Imagine that your spouse, or child, or parent suffers a massive stroke and you would have to go through the same. Imagine, if you had to see your dearest being unable to move or speak, yet being severely mistreated. Imagine loosing your home and telling your children, that they’d have to move school knowing that it costs 2 years of their lives.It’s a horrible thought... and living it is worse.We have literally tried to seek help from the authorities in ANY way possible and we don’t know how to get help at this point.Here’s what you can do to help us:* You can share this post to spread the word* Those who would like to help us financially can donate through this link: https://www.leetchi.com/c/martinveiseThe fundraiser has been requested by several friends of the family. We are forever grateful for the support that you are all giving. This is bright light during dark times. Lastly, I’d like to mention, that the during the last meeting we had with a social worker, it was proposed that we have friends or family take care of Martin on weekends, so that Anne and the KIDS?! Could work. The youngest boys are 12 years of age. We reminded her that we live in 2020 and not 1920 and she then took that back. She had absolutely no words or advice to give. This clearly suggest how dire this situation is...The above is me objectively documenting our situation. I am working on a comprehensive complaint to the court of human rights as well as the EU. This entails detailed information and documentation as well as evidence supporting the potential breaches of law.My recommendation: Hedge yourself. This is real and can happen to anyone.My sincerest gratitude and appreciation towards those who decided to help and especially those who continue to provide help!

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Pour la famille de KELVEN

Pour la famille de KELVEN

Bonjour à tous, Le 6 octobre dernier, jour de son anniversaire, Lindsay a perdu son mari.Kelven sortait de son travail et rentrait chez lui pour souffler les bougies d'anniversaire de sa femme avec leur fils. Mais il n'est jamais rentré, poignardé sur le parvis de la Défense par un SDF à seulement 27 ans.Il laisse une femme, un fils de 7 ans et un bébé qui ne connaitra jamais son papa puisque Lindsay est enceinte et doit accoucher en février.Ce drame est terrible, ce drame est injuste.Nous ne pourrons pas remplacer Kelven, mais peut-être pouvons-nous soutenir Lindsay financièrement. Ce sera toujours un bout de problème en moins.Merci pour lui, merci pour sa famille Lien vers les articles de presse, merci à tous les journalistes qui vondront bien soutenir Lindsay et sa famille en relayant l'information :https://www.20minutes.fr/faits_divers/3142863-20211007-paris-homme-26-ans-poignarde-defensehttps://www.voltage.fr/la-defense-un-homme-de-26-ans-tue-a-l-arme-blanchehttps://www.leprogres.fr/faits-divers-justice/2021/10/07/un-sdf-poignarde-un-jeune-homme-sur-le-parvis-de-la-defense-pres-de-parishttps://www.leparisien.fr/hauts-de-seine-92/un-homme-de-27-ans-tue-par-un-sdf-a-la-defense-07-10-2021-T4JD5DUMPRFZ3HOFTUCKGIELGU.phphttps://www.lematin.ch/story/un-sdf-poignarde-a-mort-un-jeune-homme-sur-le-parvis-de-la-defense-519167404330https://www.lalsace.fr/faits-divers-justice/2021/10/07/un-sdf-poignarde-un-jeune-homme-sur-le-parvis-de-la-defense-pres-de-paris With just 1-click you can contribute to an emergency fund for life's unexpected events* Give however much you want* All payments are 100% secure* Why Leetchi.com? It's easy & transparent!Thank you!

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Water is Life

Water is Life

During the health crisis of COVID-19, the indigenous Wayuu people of Colombia, are facing a tragedy, they are not able to get enough water to survive. The people of Cabo de la Vela make a living mainly from tourism, selling handicrafts and fishing to provide fresh produce to the hotels and restaurants in the small village.During this world lockdown their livelihood is gone. No tourists sadly means no income.The families cannot pay for the tankers that deliver water to this arid region.With no access to water, such an essential life source, the lives of these communities are threatened. This concern is even greater than the coronavirus for these isolated tribes... Who are we ?Emma and Ompi, a young Franco-Colombian couple, owners of a small kitesurf school, Cabo Kite Center, in the village of Cabo de la Vela.For 2 years we have been living among the indigenous Wayùu tribe. We share the daily life of these people who are sadly forgotten by the Colombian government. Some humanitarian aid has emerged since the start of the COVID 19 quarantine but no project seems to focus on the donation of water which, for us, is absolutely essential! We initially decided to contact customers who have visited our kitesurf center in the past years in order to raise funds for the cause, then we thought of pushing the project further by creating this crowdfunding project to raise your awareness and call upon your generosity.Our project is straightforward !Raise funds to finance the distribution of water in the hamlets located around Cabo de la Vela.For those who are not familiar with the area, the village has no irrigation system.Water is supplied by tanker trucks which fill the basins where the water is stored, this is the only drinking water supply used also for washing and cooking...Some of the poorest get some water by walking long distances to reach natural pools which are also used to water their small goat farms.However an additional problem is that these pools are dry at this time of the year and the first rains do not fall until November. Still not convinced? We have teamed up with entrepreneurial friends from the region to offer you discounts on our catering services, hotels and of course courses and rentals in our kitesurfing center in return for your participation however small.Donate 20€ and receuve 15% discount in our centers.Just claim your discount by sending us a message! "Sounds good but where does my money go ?"There are 7 surrounding communities in total:Pujuru - Ishotshimana - Atutului - Kousochon - Palerü - Palamana - Aipir Each community has about 10 families with an average of two 500 litre tanks to stock water per family. The community of Ishotshimana is the biggest with approximately 30 families.A tanker truck can carry a load of 10,000 liters of water. We would therefore need a total of 9 tanker trucks to provide a week's supply of water.Each tanker truck is worth around € 100, which would correspond to a total of at least € 1.000. Hoping to be able to supply these communities at least twice, we have set our target at € 2.000.If our project is successful, a contribution of 4% will be paid to the Leetchi platform,i.e. € 2.080 to be collected in total.

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Help two cyclists abducted and robbed in Zanzibar

Help two cyclists abducted and robbed in Zanzibar

Yesterday, right at the end of our two month bike packing trip in East Africa, the unthinkable happened- we were abducted in a car and robbed. It is the sort of thing you always fear in the back of your mind when you travel like we do. It is always a small possibility whenever and wherever you travel and you do your best to avoid taking risks, to be prepared. It is always a small possibility and yesterday we were the unlucky ones.We are Clare and Antoine, creators of travel website docgonewild.com and producers of travel film Pamir to Karakoram: cycling the world’s highest roads . We live for travelling. We travel mostly by bicycle, occasionally on foot, and we try to inspire others to travel and push their limits. We have travelled all over the world and count ourselves to be experience travellers. Perhaps we made an error in getting into the taxi, but when you travel like we do you must learn to trust the people you meet on your journey. We trusted our instincts and for the first time in many years we were wrong. We explain all the details of what actually happened to us over on the website, but essentially we were trapped in a car for severa hours and our captors took all our money, all our filming equipment, our camera with all our lenses and they took our cards with their pin codes to empty our bank accounts. They gave us back our passports, one telephone and -miraculously- we managed to negotiate the memory cards from all our equipment.We count ourselves extremely lucky just to have survived. We count ourselves lucky to have escaped serious injury. We are shocked and very shaken by what happened, but we are trying to remember all the many, many good experiences we have had whilst travelling which outweigh this one bad one. We are trying to remember why we travel and why we try to inspire others to do the same. In total we lost around $10,000 of cash, personal belongings and filming equipment. This represents years of investment, of scrimping and saving on our part. We lost years of Christmas presents, birthday presents and the camera lens we were given as a wedding gift last year. If you have enjoyed our website, our film or our social media content; if you are a fellow traveler who has lived through a similar situation or perhaps who counts their lucky stars to have never been in this situation then we ask to consider giving a small donation to help us replace what was stolen. We don’t have travel insurance for our belongings. Because of the length of trips that we do and the value of the equipment we just can’t afford to insure all our belongings. It would have cost almost what we lost over the years. If you are in a position to help us in this difficult moment, if you want to encourage us to continue in our travels and film-making or if you simply want to boost our faith in the goodness of humanity then we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We understand this year in particular has been difficult for everyone and you may not be in a position to give anything, if you are able to share it around you then this is super helpful too and if not then just a message to cheer us up will make all the difference too! ❣️

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Ambasada Rog

Ambasada Rog

Community space for refugees, Ljubljana, Slovenia Ambasada Rog is a community space run for the last two years by refugees, activists, journalists, cultural workers, lawyers, unemployed, parents and everyone who believes in solidarity and the power of a community. We understand Ambasada Rog as a space of mutual support and we all work on a volunteer basis. Our work includes numerous activities: daily, we cook and provide a free meal for 20-25 people, we provide social and legal support to asylum seekers; we organize campaigns and protests, as well as educational workshops and events like exhibitions, concerts, dance classes and excursions. Since we wish to remain politically independent, we work outside the institutional framework and rely mostly on our solidarity network and our supporters. They are the ones who most effectively participate in our efforts. We invite you to become part of this network and support our work with your contribution. Any donation is welcome and it will be fully used for our activities. Most of the expenses go for cooking free meals and offering social support to migrants and asylum seekers, who are left without basic means. Our activities take place in the Autonomous Factory Rog, a former bicycle factory which has become a complex community with over fifteen active collectives and spaces. Since 2016 the space is under threat of eviction by the municipality which also filed a lawsuit against eight activists. A small part of every donation is thus also used to cover the legal expenses which allow us to continue using this space. Your support will enable us to continue with our activities - to mutually create an open community and confront our country's most inhumane policies. For all our activities please visit our Facebook page as it is the best source of daily updates and on our work. Or come visit us at Rog factory in Ljubljana! Skupnostni prostor za begunce, Ljubljana Ambasada Rog je prostor, ki ga že dve leti skupaj upravljamo begunci, aktivisti, novinarji, kulturni delavci, pravniki, brezposelni, starši in vsi, ki verjamemo v solidarnost in moč skupnosti. Ambasado Rog razumemo kot prostor druženja in podpore. Prav vsi delujemo prostovoljno. Naše delo obsega dnevno kuhanje brezplačnih obrokov za 20-25 ljudi, nudimo tudi socialno in pravno pomoč prosilcem in prosilkam za azil, organiziramo kampanje in proteste, izobraževalne delavnice ter dogodke kot so razstave, koncerti, plesni tečaji ter izleti. Ker želimo ostati politično neodvisni, delujemo izven okvirov institucij in se v prvi vrsti zanašamo na solidarnostno mrežo podpornikov. Tudi vi lahko postanete del te mreže in nas podprete z donacijo. Vsak prispevek je dobrodošel in bo v celoti porabljen za naše delovanje. Največji strošek predstavljata kuhanje brezplačnih obrokov ter socialna pomoč prosilcem za azil, ki ostajajo brez osnovnih sredstev za preživetje. Naše aktivnosti potekajo znotraj avtonomne Tovarne Rog, nekdanje tovarne koles in danes kompleksne skupnosti, v kateri deluje okoli 15 organiziranih kolektivov. Od leta 2016 občina grozi z izselitvijo, vložila pa je tudi civilno tožbo proti osmim aktivistom. Manjši del vsake donacije se zato uporabi tudi za te administrativne stroške, ki nam omogočajo nadaljno uporabo prostora. Z vašo podporo bomo lahko še naprej nadaljevali z aktivnostmi. Pomagajte nam pri sogradnji odprte skupnosti in platforme, ki se spopada z najbolj nehumanimi politikami naše države. Več o nas, o naših dejavnostih in novostih najdete na Facebooku. Ali pa nas obiščite v Tovarni Rog v Ljubljani!

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Colores para Petare

Colores para Petare

[EN] 🇬🇧🇳🇬Make a donation and download the colouring book! The coronavirus lockdown and this new economic crisis is further effecting an already extremely vulnerable Venezuelan population. In Petare, South America's largest slum, staying at home means getting no source of income, and therefore no food. Venezuelan/Hungarian street-artist Dagor and British/French street artist Seb Toussaint have put together a colouring book for everyone to have fun and stay busy during lockdown. Donate a little something to help families in San Blas, Petare, then download the book by clicking on the link below ! Print it, put it together by laying the pages in order and folding them in half. Don't forget to take pictures of your work and post them on social media linking the artist's instagram pages and #ColoresParaPetare. The money will go towards both printing colouring books for the children of San Blas a sector of Petare, and buying food for the families. No one can create art on an empty stomach! Thank you! ➡️DOWNLOAD THE COLOURING BOOK⬅️ --[ES] 🇪🇸🇻🇪¡Haz una donación y descarga el libro para colorear! La quarentena del coronavirus y la nueva crisis económica estan fragilizando a una población venezolana ya extremadamente vulnerable. En Petare, el barrio más grande de Sudamérica, quedarse en casa significa no tener una fuente de ingresos y, por lo tanto, no tener comida. El artista urbano húngaro/venezolano Dagor y el artista urbano franco-británico Seb Toussaint han reunido un libro para colorear para que todos se diviertan y se mantengan ocupados durante el encierro. Done algo para ayudar a las familias en San Blas, Petare, y descargas el libro en el link justo abajo de este texto! Luego imprímalo, júntelo colocando las páginas en orden y doblándolas por la mitad. No olvides tomar fotos de tu trabajo y publicarlas en las redes sociales vinculando las páginas de Instagram del artista y #ColoresParaPetare. El dinero se destinará tanto a la impresión de libros para colorear para los niños del barrio San Blas en Petare como a la compra de alimentos para las familias. ¡Nadie puede crear arte con el estómago vacío! ¡Gracias! ➡️DESCARGA EL LIBRO PARA COLOREAR⬅️ --[FR] 🇫🇷🇨🇩Faites un don et téléchargez le livre de coloriage! Le confinement lié au coronavirus ainsi que la crise économique qui l'accompagne fragilisent une population vénézuelienne déjà très vulnérable. A Petare, le plus grand bidonville d'Amérique du Sud, rester chez soi signifie ne pas travailler et donc ne pas manger. Le street-artiste hongro-vénézuélien Dagor et le street-artiste franco-britannique Seb Toussaint ont créé un livre de coloriage afin que tout le monde puisse s'amuser pendant le confinement. Faites un petit don pour aider les familles de San Blas, Petare, puis téléchargez le livre de coloriage dans le lien en dessous de ce texte ! Imprimez-le, assemblez-le en disposant les pages dans l'ordre et en les pliant en deux. N'oubliez pas de prendre des photos de votre travail et de les publier sur les réseaux sociaux en reliant les pages instagram des artistes et #ColoresParaPetare. L'argent servira à la fois pour imprimer des coloriages pour les enfants du quartier San Blas à Petare et à acheter de la nourriture pour les familles. Personne ne peut créer de l'art avec le ventre vide! Merci! ➡️TELECHARGE LE LIVRE DE COLORIAGE⬅️

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Flood destruction at Talamarang School, NEPAL

Flood destruction at Talamarang School, NEPAL

Dear Friends, family, ex-colleagues, I reach out to you today to ask for your support. If you know me well, we have probably talked about my love and implication for Nepal and specifically a little orphanage, in the mountains of Sindhupalchowk.There, I have found myself, and experienced this little place changing so many other lives as well. It has been a constant reminder that love and happiness are the only two things we really need.All the volunteers, members and passing tourists have witnessed the changes since the earthquakes of 2015. The orphanage, roads, and Terse school have been secured, built and improved over the course of the past years. And once again a disaster struck. One such as the ones we are currently witnessing in France and in the US, but in Talamarang, there will not be any insurance or governmental help. A flash flood, caused by heavy rains and a breach of a landslide dam upstream, has swept away 2 buildings of the newly renovated school (CARITAS and All Hands and Hearts helped on this project in 2015-2016).I need your help to secure the other buildings, to protect the school and keep the children in the educational system as long as possible. This is a construction project of course but the reality is way more important: in the school’s regions, poverty is pressuring the parents to get their kids to work as young as possible, an opportunity such as a school closing means hundreds of kids will start working, young girls will stop having access to sanitary products, they will probably get married earlier as it is an opportunity to send them away to the care of another family, opportunities for a better life will just disappear. This moment defines the valley’s future generation, between stagnation and development, poverty and success. And I beg for your help, for those kids, always a smile from one ear to another, always laughing and singing, I beg you for their future.I implore all of you, please help me fund the construction of rock walls to stop the river from taking more and more land from the school. I need you, the beautiful kids of Talamarang and their future self need us. We can’t just let their future go away with all the debris... Please... Small article reporting on the school’s destruction:https://english.khabarhub.com/2021/19/191823/Tax-free donation: Please contact me at if you need a record of your donation to make it tax free. Chers amis, famille, ex-collègues,Aujourd’hui je dois vous demander de l’aide. Si vous me connaissez un peu, nous avons sûrement discuté du Népal, de mon amour et de mon engagement pour ce pays mais aussi pour le petit orphelinat de Talamarang, Sindhupalchowk.Là-bas, j’ai découvert qui j’étais, et j’ai vu des dizaines d’autres personnes faire de même. L’amour, le bonheur, l’intensité du présent vécus par les enfants et les Népalais en général sont la piqûre de rappel dont j’avais besoin, et tous les volontaires, les membres de l’association ou les personnes qui ont pu juste passer quelques heures par Talamarang en ressortent changés. Ils ont tous aussi observé les changements: l’orphelinat, les routes et l’école Terse ont été sécurisés, reconstruits, améliorés après tous les tremblements de terre et glissements de terrains.Et encore une fois, un désastre naturel s’est abattu sur la région. Un de ceux que l’on peut voir en France ou aux Etats-Unis, mais là-bas, il n’y aura pas d’assurance, pas de pompiers pour aider, pas d’aides gouvernementales d’urgence. Des pluies intenses et continues et la rupture d’un barrage ont gonflé le lit de la rivière, détruisant 2 bâtiments de l’école. Ces deux bâtiments ont été construits il y a peu, par les assos CARITAS et All Hands and Hearts en 2015-2016. J’ai besoin de votre aide pour mettre à l’abri les autres bâtiments, protéger l’école et garder les enfants dans le système scolaire. C’est un projet de reconstruction, oui, mais c’est bien plus important que cela: dans la région de l’école, Sindhupalchowk, la pauvreté pousse les parents à choisir de faire travailler leurs enfants plutôt que de les laisser étudier. Cette école détruite, c’est donc pour eux le risque de commencer à travailler plus jeune - j’ai vu des enfants travailler qui n’avaient pas plus de 8 ans -, c’est aussi pour les fillettes la fin de l’accès aux produits hygiéniques, et aussi le risque d’être mariée, malgré leur jeune âge. Cette école détruite, c’est l’opportunité d’une meilleure vie qui disparaît aussi.Ce moment définit la future génération d’une vallée entière, entre la stagnation et le développement, la pauvreté actuelle, et l’opportunité d’une meilleure vie. C’est pour ça qu’aujourd’hui je vous supplie, je vous supplie de m’aider, pour ces enfants, qui sourient tout le temps, qui rient et qui chantent peu importe leur situation... Pour eux et pour leur futur, je vous supplie de m’aider à les aider.S’il vous plaît, participez à cette cagnotte pour construire un mur en gabion, des blocs, remplis de pierres pour stopper l’avancée de la rivière vers les autres bâtiments de l’école.J’ai besoin de vous, les enfants de Talamarang ont besoin de nous, leur futur a besoin de nous. On ne peut pas laisser l’opportunité d’un meilleur futur s’en aller avec tout ce que la rivière a déjà pris... S’il vous plaît, aidons-les ensemble... C’est un court article qui relate la destruction de l’école:https://english.khabarhub.com/2021/19/191823/Réduction d’impôts: Contactez-moi à si vous voulez un document officiel de l’association Népalaise pour faire reconnaître votre don par l’administration fiscale.

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Geste barrière contre l'exclusion | Faîtes un don. Nous voulons venir en aide aux personnes fragilisées en ce temps de crise où les plus démunies sont les premiers oubliés. Merci pour votre soutien !

Geste barrière contre l'exclusion | Faîtes un don. Nous voulons venir en aide aux personnes fragilisées en ce temps de crise où les plus démunies sont les premiers oubliés. Merci pour votre soutien !

Bonjour à toutes et à tous et bienvenu à cette demande de don !En 1 seul click vous pouvez contribuer et lutter contre l'exclusion face au COVID-19* Faîtes un don. Il n'y a pas de minimum* Les dons sont 100% sécurisés* Pourquoi Leetchi.com? Pour sa simplicité et sa transparence ! Votre générosité est un geste barrière contre l'exclusion. Faîtes un don alimentaire grâce à votre générosité. Comme dans toute crise, les plus fragiles, les plus isolés et les plus démunis sont les plus exposés et les premiers oubliés. Dans ce contexte, nous avons plus que jamais besoin de vous pour soutenir nos actions d’aide alimentaire. L'entreprise Zatwa Impex évolue dans le secteur de l'agriculture. Transformant les matières premières brutes en aliments comestibles et sains, Zatwa souhaite en ces temps de crise venir en aide aux plus fragiles, aux exclus, aux plus démunies. C'est en ce sens que je fais appel à votre générosité, qui permettra de produire en quantité suffisante et de distribuer des dons alimentaires partout en Côte d'Ivoire. Merci par avance pour votre soutien et votre partage autour de votre carnet d'adresses ! Hello everyone & welcome to this money pot!With just 1-click you can contribute to an emergency fund for life's unexpected events* Give however much you want* All payments are 100% secure* Why Leetchi.com? It's easy & transparent!* You can also donate by sharing around your address book Your generosity is a barrier gesture against exclusion. Donate food thanks to your generosity. As in every crisis, the most fragile, the most isolated and the most deprived are the most exposed and the first to be forgotten. In this context, we need you more than ever to support our food aid actions. Zatwa Impex operates in the agriculture sector. Transforming raw materials into edible and healthy food, Zatwa wishes in these times of crisis to help the most fragile, the excluded, the most destitute. It is in this sense that I appeal to your generosity, which will make it possible to produce in sufficient quantity and to distribute food donations throughout Côte d'Ivoire. Thank you a lot for your support and for sharing around your address book!

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Help Colombian indigenous communities during the COVID-crisis

Help Colombian indigenous communities during the COVID-crisis

Today more than 300 indigenous people are living on the streets of Bogota with no money for food or medicine. 🇫🇷Le texte en fançais en bas🇫🇷 During the Colombian armed conflict, more than 70,000 indigenous had to leave their homes and seek refuge in the big cities. The main income of these refugees has often been selling handmade crafts on the streets, and now due to the COVID-crisis, they have no income at all. Thanks to your donation we will be able to provide food, groceries and basic hygienic items, to allow them to make it through this difficult crisis. If you have ideas of how we can collect more money or you want more information about the way we are distributing the items contact: anamazu@gmailcom 🇫🇷Fançais🇫🇷 Aujourd'hui plus de 300 indigènes dorment dans les rues de Bogota sans argent, nourriture ou médicaments. Pendant le conflit armé en Colombie plus de 70,000 indigènes ont été forcés à quitter leurs maisons et sont partis se réfugier dans les grandes villes. Le principal revenue de ces communautés est la vente des artisanats dans les rues des grandes villes. Actuellement avec la crise de COVID ils n’ont plus de revenu. Grâce à votre contribution, nous pourrons acheter et distribuer nourriture, articles de première nécessité et médicaments. Pour soulager leur quotidien pendant cette crise. Si vous avez des idées pour récolter plus d’argent ou vous voulez avoir plus de détails, contactez: El Espectador article: Embera Katío natives gather in downtown Bogotá after an eviction NY Times article: Colombia Quarantine Brings Evictions for Bogota's Poorest Pictures were taken on April 8 after the eviction at Bogota

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