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Our work at International Needs Canada focuses on helping children and families gain access to education, health care, vocational skills training, and spiritual nourishment. Check out our projects and programs below to find the initiative that speaks most to you. For additional information on the countries we support, see the Where We Serve tab on the menu.
Bethany Children’s Village was established for orphans and destitute children to provide them with basic necessities such as food, shelter, and education.
The Dhaka Drop-In Centre empowers children and helps to facilitate alternatives to street life and/or child labour.
The Jessore Group Program ensures that every student has a place in a classroom with dedicated teachers, books, and effective learning tools.
The program reaches out to vulnerable women in the area to enable them with income earning opportunities.
The Naogoan Free School provides primary and secondary education to vulnerable children from around Bangladesh.
Savar Children’s Village is a school for vulnerable and orphaned girls. In response to COVID-19, the school is expanding to double the number of girls they serve.
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Clinique Papillon is a women’s medical clinic that specializes in childbirth services and rape recovery support.
This fund enables Clinique Papillon to deliver emergency medical services to patients who are unable to pay.
The Ephphata School for the Deaf seeks to empower children and young adults with hearing loss by giving them a quality education and trade.
With a reliable and sustainable source of electricity, the Ephphata School will be able to continue empowering deaf children in Lubumbashi with a quality education and vocation.
Women Making a Difference is partnering with International Needs Canada to build a water treatment plant in Nanankor, Ghana.
The Ghana Group Program ensures that children in impoverished districts get to attend school, where they receive a quality education, mentoring, and special development in peer support groups.
The clubs were established to provide a safe space for vulnerable children living in the Kibera Slum.
This program helps alleviate poverty for children and their families in the Kibera Slum through a number of social initiatives.
The RHYCO Safe House and Drop-In Centre was established to bring hope and protection to vulnerable children living in the Kawangware Slums.
A community based rehabilitation program for children with cerebral palsy in Kawangware Slums.
The Training Centre teaches women skills that will enable them to find employment and support themselves and their families.
The Lydia Centre would like to introduce music classes so that they are able to foster the musical abilities of their students.
The school provides a quality education for hundreds of youth in the Buikwe area, and is currently looking to grow its programs by investing in a library, new computers, and much needed textbooks.
The program aims to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS through education and to care for those directly affected by HIV/AIDS.
Makonge Primary School has 965 students who are mainly orphans and vulnerable children. It is now imperative to include a new toilet block for girls on the campus.
International Needs is seeking to create income generation and food supply through sustainable agriculture, which will help fund the ZACTS OVC Primary School.
ZACTS allows hundreds of vulnerable children access to a place in a classroom with dedicated teachers, books, effective learning tools, health care, and balanced nutrition.
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