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Aidez les enfants et orphelins de Kimilili (Kenya)

Aidez les enfants et orphelins de Kimilili (Kenya)

HELLO ! Nous sommes Benoît et Chloé, deux étudiants originaires de Lyon. Depuis septembre 2021, nous sommes en mission humanitaire à Kimilili, au Kenya. Nous apportons notre aide dans une association : Leo Community Kitchen Garden.Cette association a pour but d'accompagner les personnes de la communauté et des villages voisins dans les challenges rencontrés. Cela se décline en deux grandes parties. La première a été la mise en place d'une école. Aujourd'hui, une soixantaine d'enfants des alentours sont pris en charge par l'association. 5 professeurs leurs donnent des cours afin de garantir leur éducation.18 d'entre eux sont orphelins, et vivent donc dans l'école, accompagné d'une "Madrone", une dame s'occupant d'eux nuit et jour. Ils sont nourris, logés et éduqués. Cette action permet d'aider à l'éducation de la population dans ces milieu démunis, et permettre aux familles de ces enfants qui ne peuvent pas payer de frais de scolarité d'offrir tout de même à leurs enfants un accès à une éducation correcte. Cependant, notre école n'est aujourd'hui pas assez grande pour acceuillir tous les niveaux. Une fois le Grade 3 (CE2) terminé, les enfants doivent intégrer une école publique payante. Pour ceux qui ne peuvent pas se le permettre, l'association fait son maximum afin de prendre ces frais en charge. La deuxième est le traitement des "jiggers".Cette maladie correspond à une inflammation des pieds et des mains, causée par des puces de sable très présentes dans les mileux terreux, sableux, et sales. Les patients touchés, tout âge confondus, sont issus de familles pauvres. Ils ne peuvent donc pas se déplacer dans un hôpital, et encore moins se permettre de payer les frais d'hospitalisation nécessaires. Cela est un véritable problème au Kenya, car sans traitement efficace, ces inflammations se répandent rapidemment et causent la mort de la personne infectées en moins d'un an.Leo Community vient donc à la rencontre de ces personnes, et nos volontaires et professeurs les soignent sans frais.Vous imaginiez bien que ces actions demandent un certain budget.. L'association à aujourd'hui plusieurs projets : 1) Etendre les locaux de l'école afin de pouvoir accueillir d'avantage d'enfants.2) Pouvoir embaucher un ou deux professeurs supplémentaires.3) Avoir la possibilité d'acheter des médicaments de la meilleure qualité possible et en quantité suffisante, afin de traiter le plus grand nombre de personnes possibles.Voila donc pourquoi nous faisons appel à vous aujourd'hui. Même une petite donation peut faire la différence, donc n'hésitez pas à donner, en fonction de vos possibilitées ! Pour vous donner une idées de nos besoins : Un don de 5€ : Fournitures scolaires (cahiers d'écriture et stylos) pour un élève pour un an.Un don de 10€ : Soins contre les jiggers pour 3 personnes (médicaments, produits stériles, pansements...)Un don de 20€ : Trois manuels scolaires pour la classe, toutes matière confondues.Un don de 50€ : Achat de trois bureaux et de trois chaises afin de continuer de meubler les classes.Un don de 100€ : La moitié des frais de scolarité pour un an, pour un élève ayant finis notre école et devant aller dans une école publique / Ou 30 personnes soignées des "jiggers".Ou tout autre montant ! Nous vous remercions au nom de Leo Community pour votre aide et votre soutien !N'hésitez pas à aller visiter notre site internet pour d'avantages d'informations : https://leocommunitykitchengarden.wordpress.com/ Benoît et Chloé

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Love’Angels Fondation

Love’Angels Fondation

Bienvenue à tous sur cette cagnotte solidaire Bonjour ☀️Nous sommes deux volontaires parties en Tanzanie pour effectuer une mission humanitaire dans une école primaire!Notre but étant de leur apporter notre aide pour subvenir à leurs besoins. L'école manque cruellement de moyens notamment l'accès à l'eau courante, mais également de brosse à dents, dentifrice, fournitures scolaires, nourriture pour le midi, savon...Selon le montant de la cagnotte que nous aurons récolté, différents objectifs seront possibles: - A partir de 30€, nous pourrons leur acheter le nécessaire pour leur hygiène (savon, brosses à dents, dentifrices...) 🪥🧼🧻 - A partir de 80€, nous pourrons leur acheter le nécessaire pour leur hygiène + des fournitures scolaires (cahiers, crayons, regles...) 📚🖍✏️ - A partir de 300€, nous pourrons leur acheter le nécessaire pour leur hygiène + des fournitures scolaires + l'accès à l'eau courante (système de robinetterie et pompe à eau permettant de ramener l'eau à l'école leur évitant ainsi d'aller tous les matins chercher de l'eau à la rivière) 💧💦🚰 Si la cagnotte excède notre objectif de 300€, nous pourrons les aider à acheter de la nourriture pour les repas du midi, leur faire une trousse de premiers secours... 🍅Il y aura toujours possibilité de les aider ! 🤝 Nous comptons donc sur votre aide, votre soutient et vos partages, pour permettre à ces enfants de bénéficier d'une bonne éducation 👍 Merci d'avance 🇹🇿 Jade et Margaux

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Refugee & Asylum Communities Greece/Turkey Border

Refugee & Asylum Communities Greece/Turkey Border

I would like to draw your attention to the current political situation that has been unfolding in Greece over the past number of years but has now reached a critical point in recent weeks. Horrendous images are emerging from the Greek/Turkish border and from the Island of Lesvos, Samos and Chios in Greece. In what appears to be the beginning of the collapse of the contentious EU-Turkey deal, last week Turkey opened its land borders whilst Greece has been rebuilt and re-enforced it's land and sea borders with direct and dire consequences for asylum-seeking communities who are now camping out alongside the border buffer zone at Greece's’ land border, a gateway to Europe. The 2016 Turkey-European Union agreement obliges Ankara to stop migrants from crossing the Aegean in exchange for financial supports.In November 2019, the Greek government announced that it was shutting down its “open” refugee camps on the Islands in order to establish “closed” detention camps. Conditions in the camps on the islands have proven to be deadly. The Moria camp with an original holding capacity of 3000, now holds a figure closer to 30,000 with inhumane conditions and a call from the UNHCR for a complete evacuation of the camp with Lesvos being described as “a floating prison” or “Europe’s Guantanamo Bay” as the Mayor of Lesvos has described it.These vulnerable communities are being used as political pawns as Turkey flexes its muscles and demonstrates a clear political message to the European Union. Reports from NGOS’s and volunteer organisations are flooding social media, stating excessive and disproportionate force is being used with Refugee/Asylum/Migrant communities and NGO organisations at the land and sea borders. Violent clashes and tensions are surmounting between Golden Dawn fascists, Greek locals, Refugee communities, NGOs, and volunteers. These tensions have triggered the closure of frontline refugee services.The Greek government has now suspended all asylum seeker applications for the month of March. A move is which is unprecedented and illegal. The criminalisation of these vulnerable communities in the name of “preserving” the European Union is nothing short of barbaric with border control measures now including shooting at rubber dinghies as they attempt to cross the seas (video footage included). I will be travelling to Greece for an extended period to work in solidarity and in partnership with several astute grassroots organisations working with Refugee/Asylum/Migrant communities in Athens and on the islands. I will be developing and delivering educational programmes with Refugee/Asylum/Migrant communities in Greece. Any funds raised; I would like to split between Lesvos with the work I will be doing with a community integration educational programme based in Athens.To keep up to date with what is going on, I recommend the following social media sites “The Aegean Sea Report” on Facebook, and “RefuComm” again on Facebook. Both groups are well established and have access to a variety of resources, sources and updates which are quite accurate. Funds raised will go towards medical supplies, blankets, food, sleeping bags, classroom necessities, whiteboard, printer, and school bags. An extended thank you to those that supported the last fundraiser for Refugee/Asylum/Migrant communities in Paris. The funds raised went towards some sleeping bags, pairs of shoes and food meals for over 100 minors. SourcesCaoimhe Butterly: Inside the refugee camp (no date). Available at: https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/views/analysis/caoimhe-butterly-inside-the-refugee-camp-985036.html?fbclid=IwAR3-AuwcSPgvZLVbnhNKK4QBNI53Oh46tImdrypjpCWifBJkVoDQk-si0rE (Accessed: 3 March 2020).Greece on the defensive as Turkey opens border to refugees News Al Jazeera (no date). Available at: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/02/greece-defensive-turkey-opens-border-refugees-200229091808379.html (Accessed: 3 March 2020).Greece to replace overcrowded refugee camps with closed detention centres Euronews (no date). Available at: https://www.euronews.com/2019/11/20/greece-to-replace-overcrowded-refugee-camps-with-closed-detention-centres (Accessed: 3 March 2020).New request for state of emergency on Lesvos, Chios, Samos News ekathimerini.com (no date). Available at: http://www.ekathimerini.com/249223/article/ekathimerini/news/new-request-for-state-of-emergency-on-lesvos-chios-samos (Accessed: 3 March 2020).The EU-Turkey Deal: Explained (no date). Available at: https://helprefugees.org/news/eu-turkey-deal-explained/?gclid=CjwKCAiA-vLyBRBWEiwAzOkGVEtM4pSkicqcQL-wI_msc3gDwMa2XnE-GSBH10KiE5aQo9k90dGSShoCkFcQAvD_BwE (Accessed: 3 March 2020).UNHCR - UNHCR statement on the situation at the Turkey-EU border (no date). Available at: https://www.unhcr.org/news/press/2020/3/5e5d08ad4/unhcr-statement-situation-turkey-eu-border.html?fbclid=IwAR3DGlmVnbm8rRD_gQJdX7L8uTmTWD1o7zyb3vAe6x_SBv72RmqxxR6LDag (Accessed: 3 March 2020).

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Ayuda para mi vecino Pedro

Ayuda para mi vecino Pedro

Hola a todas y todos! Este Martes hubo un gran incendio en mi zona mucha gente aquí perdió animales, casas, sistema de riego , árboles, coches, etc.. Mi amigo y vecino Pedro se le perdió todo menos el bañador que llevaba puesto y su coche, la llave se quedó en las llamas.No suelo nunca pedir ayuda de este tipo pero viendo delante de mis ojos a mi vecino sin nada le quiero ayudar.Ya le facilité un coche y comprado lo básico y lo que necesita a corto plazo y la ayuda de ropa y comida está viniendo del ayuntamiento pero en los próximos meses, como tendrá gastos de todo tipo y muchos trámites para recuperar todos sus papeles, y un mínimo para comenzar todo nuevo, un poco de dinero le ayudaría mucho. Gracias por el con antelación 🌱Bonjour à tous,Suite à l'incendie qui nous a touché à El Paso, et qui a réduit en fumée la plupart de mon quartier (par chance ma maison n'a ríen, juste tout le jardín brûlé!).Mon voisin Pedro a tout perdu, il lui reste son maillot de bain et sa voiture, sans clé qui est restée dans les flammes.Je ne suis jamais passée par ce genre de Caisse pour demander de l'aide mais de voir cette désolation devant mes yeux me motive à tenter le coup. Je lui ai deja facilité une voiture et acheté les premiers besoins basiques ( kit toilette, clopes, petit dej, croquettes chats, nouvel agenda, chaussures, café,etc etc) mais ces prochains mois il aura beaucoup de choses à payer pour rebondir, refaire Tous ses papiers , rembourser les dettes de materiel solaire qu il devait vendre, etc la liste est sans fin alors tout geste será bienvenu!Merci d'avance pour lui!!

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Daily wage working families in Iran need help during COVID-19 outbreak

Daily wage working families in Iran need help during COVID-19 outbreak

Amid the shock, pain and fear of the novel Coronavirus, Iran, one of the most affected countries by the virus, has also been suffering from crippling American and international sanctions for years. These sanctions have made thousands of local businesses vanish and reversed the previously decreasing rate of poverty in this country, endangering the livelihood of millions of Iranians. On top of the international isolation, Iranian government has been the embodiment of incompetence and discrepant statistics since the beginning of the outbreak by not shutting down pilgrim sites, offices, banks, and not quarantining the city the outbreak started from and even worse than that by mocking the international measures taken to limit the spread and misinformation campaigns on state TV that lead to the public not taking the disease seriously and continue their daily activities. Since millions are daily-waged in Iran, they suffer from biological poverty if they don’t leave home every day. By only 20 euros you can support one whole family to have acceptable quality of nutrition for a few days.We are directly connected to over fifty families and can send your support directly to them so they can supply themselves for one month without needing to work outside. Since the sanctions have made it impossible to send money to Iran, we have used our network of trusted people that are willing to help with the transaction. You can share the joy of getting through the hard times of quarantine by enabling at least one more family in a highly affected part of the world to also be able to stay safe.

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Rice for the Himalayas

Rice for the Himalayas

Dear Family and Friends, Namaste from Dubai and Kathmandu and welcome to the "Rice for the Himalayas" money pot !With just 1-click you can contribute to this emergency fund to help the villagers of Phakding, in The Himalayas who are badly affected by the COVID pandemic.Further to the worldwide travel restrictions, tourists have cancelled their trips to the majestic Himalayas resulting in a total absence of revenue for those villages completely dependent on the economy generated by the travellers. Located in the remote areas of Nepal, they are unfortunatley neglected by their government.Let me give you a bit of background... In Summer 2018, I left for holidays in Italy and realized I had forgotten all my books expcept one "The Lonely Planet" about Nepal. Every night, I was reading relentlessly this book, dreaming and imagining the natural beauties of this country, promissing to myself to visit it very soon. In November of the same year, my grand-mother passed away and left me with a beautiful legacy. After her funerals, my family had organised a gathering to thank the people who has attended the ceremony, as per the French tradition. Among the attendees, were Mr & Mrs Lesot, friends of my parents from the same village as us and whom I knew for their generosity and passion for Nepal. I asked them about recommentations to visit Nepal and they introduced me to their adopted Nepalese son Pemba Sherpa, mountain guide, originated from the Himalayas. In December 2018, the 5 of us and my Dad visited Kathmandu and its valley, met Pemba and fell in love with this beautiful country. In April 2019, Gaspard, Paola, Jean and I travelled to Pokara, trekked for 5 days in the Annapurnas, visited many villages, safely guided by Pemba and his team. It is one of our most memorable and lovely experiences. The exploration should have continued but unfortunately the Covid pandemic surged and upended many of our projects.Today, with my friend, Pemba Sherpa, who I trust 100% for his honesty, integrity and transparency, we decided to support the people affected by the pandemic and support them with their essential needs. Our first objective is to give them access to food/rice. Thanks to this money pot, I will send the money to Pemba who will convert it into rice bags to each family in needs in his area.With just 1-click you can contribute to this emergency solidarity chain.* Give however much you want. For your information, 1 bag of 10kg rice costs 5 euros in Nepal, it is not so much for us but means so much for them.* You can chose to be anonymous.* All payments are 100% secure.* Our organization is very simple, just Pemba and I, therefore there is absolutely no waste in the redistribution of your contribution.We open this money pot till 31st december 2020, we thank you very much in advance for taking time to read this message.With love and care,Stephanie & PembaPs : The profile picture is the smile of Himalayan children when receiving the cloths of Paola.

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SOLIDARITE RAMADAN - Une famille en grande précarité

SOLIDARITE RAMADAN - Une famille en grande précarité

Assalam 3aleykoum wa rahmatala wa barakathu ⚠️⚠️ 2 Familles musulmanes en situation de précarité sur Nancy ⚠️⚠️ NOUS EN APPELONS A LA SOLIDARITÉ DE LA OUMMA 🤲 ✅Les familles ont été visité PAR NOS SOINS sur place✅Et leur situation a été soigneusement vérifiée ☝️Nous nous engageons a leur remettre vos amanas devant الله☝️ 🚨 La maman est enceinte OFFRONS lui une grossesse DIGNE🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼 🚨 Les enfants n'ont pas de quoi se vêtir convenablement OFFRONS leur des vêtements DIGNES pour le 3eid 🚨Ces familles sont même sans réfrigérateur pour conserver leurs aliments en 2020 en France ! OFFRONS leur un frigo pour leur faciliter le quotidien Cette cagnotte nous permettra selon la somme récolté de leur permettre de vivre dignement en : - régularisant leur loyer 🏠(ils sont menacés d'expulsion) - achetant les produits nécessaires à leur besoins quotidiens hygiénique ou alimentaire🍎🍉🥕🍼🥟 - achetant un réfrigérateur neuf ou d'occasion- achetant des vêtements pour leur enfants (dons de vêtements en BON ETAT possible sur Nancy 👟👕👖🧣🧤🧥 contactez le 0674284422 (ceylin). Dons de vetement possible en moselle contactez le 0788161020(celia) ☝🏼Le prophète 3alehy salat wa salam nous a dit : UNE AUMONE NE DIMINUE EN RIEN UNE RICHESSE (muslim)☝🏼 ⚠️??NOS TABLES SONT BIEN GARNIES AL HAMDOULILAH PENSONS A CELLES DES AUTRES NOUS SERONT QUESTIONNÉS ??⚠️ Pour plus d'informations ou pour des dons en direct sur⛳ Nancy n'hésitez pas à contacter☎️ ceylin (0674284422)

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Helping out a gay refugee

Helping out a gay refugee

Hi there, to whoever is reading this. My name is Rammah Alashkar I’m a 23-year-old Arab gay boy from Syria, who is currently in French Guiana and in the need of much help, Here is my story so that maybe you could understand where I’m coming from and how maybe you could eventually help me.Everything started in my homeland Syria. Maybe everyone already knows about the situation that's going on there currently, but if not I’ll tell you. Syria has been in a very violent and severe war for almost 9 years now. In 2017 I had to flee my country and leave my entire life behind so that I didn't get drafted in the army to give my service (which basically meant to go and die). I came to Venezuela, a country where the entire culture was different and I barely knew anyone. I was so devastated as I left home, my friends and my life in Syria behind and sadly enough for me things didn't go better. I’m grateful that I could flee and survive don't get me wrong, but Venezuela had been also having their own issues with economy, politics and also safety, there I had to stay for two years in one room on the building of a couple of relatives. This room had a broken ac, a non-working fridge, and a very old broken bed. This wasn't enough to get me fully down tho, as I said I stayed two years there, what was really crushing me was the disconnect from culture, other humans and from myself. I started to get really depressed because I was being discriminated for acting differently and yelled at for not “trying” enough to invest myself in this new life of mine. But this felt like no life for me, each second of every day I felt unhappy. I had to leave.Thankfully enough my parents helped me out with some money to go to French Guiana cause there they were accepting people who fled from Venezuela. The problem was that the place where I was supposed to arrive in French Guiana belonged to my homophobic uncle, with whom I already had had problems. This wasn't the first time that I was discriminated from my relatives because of my sexuality, it happened a lot to in the place where I stayed at in Venezuela, I hadn't been out but people and especially my relatives would give me dirty looks and discriminate me because of my sexuality and for how I was. Therefore I couldn't get to that point again. That's why when I got here to French Guiana I immediately asked for refuge in an LGBTQ+ Center. Things seemed to be having a turning point for me or at least that's what I thought.Now to the present day. I had plans of starting over, getting a job, learn french and leave for France as soon as possible. But finding a job here was very difficult for me not only because I didn't know the language but because people were discriminating against me yet again, and this time it wasn’t only caused by my sexuality but because of my race. And when I finally started school the pandemic happened, I couldn't finish my studies cause I’m quarantined, therefore I couldn't get a job, which led me to not being able to leave for France.I’m very depressed at the moment, it seems like the odds are always against me and I can never get it right. But I’m not giving up yet and to do so I need ur help. You see the LGBTQ+ Center only offers their refugees a place to stay for a certain amount of months, me I have only 2 months left. Even if the pandemic and quarantine are through in a short time, it wouldn't give me the time to save up the money that I need for my plane ticket and save my arrival in France. That's why your donation means so much to me, anything is appreciated.Oh and also, if you’re having troubles through this site my PayPal is( PayPal.me/ramosxcurse )thank you for taking your time of the day to read my story and if you donated thank you so much for giving me hope for a future again. Goodbye :)

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