The project will educate 30 women each year allowing them to improve the lives of their families, to understand their rights and to actively participate in society
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The Japanese Red Cross has been working on the ground since the disaster began, mobilising 86 teams, made up of around 600 doctors, nurses and support staff, to provide first aid and healthcare and assess the damage and needs of the communities affected. The Japanese Red Cross has agreed to accept donations from the UK.
Childs i Foundation is a small charity which aims to stop baby abandonment in Uganda. In the last year they have set up two centres – a transitional babies’ home and a mother and baby crisis centre – as well as a social work department to find families for all their children.