28 December 2007

Support for Regional Rehabilitation Centre in Angola

From July of 2006 Polish Medical Mission, with Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation (VVAF) realized project "Renovation of technical infrastructure of Regional Rehabilitation Centre in Luena" in Angola, which is co-financed by Education for Democracy Foundation with the framework of Polish-Canadian Development Co-operation. The main goal of this project is to help physically disabled victims of war, from the Eastern Angola (...) »


28 December 2007

Women and Youths activisation in Volta Region, Ghana

Project of Polish Green Network - "Social and economical activisation of women and youths within the framework of sustainable development of Volta region in Ghana" is co-financed by Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). Project is beeing realised in co-operation with one of the bigest African NGO - Friends of the Earth-Ghana (FOE Ghana). We elaborated actions, which (...) »


28 December 2007

The Global School

Polish Humanitarian Organisation is conducting an educational project, main goal of which is to teach about interrelations between the Global South countries and a developed countries. In different word, the project’s goals can be defined as creation of schools platform in six European countries: Austria, Czech, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Great Britain in co-operation with schools from developing countries (a partner from South is (...) »


28 December 2007

Study visit of ecological activist from Belarus

In November of 2006 Polish Green Network invited, within the framework of study visit, ecologists from Belarus. During the visit take place a meetings whit different ecological organisations, like Polish Ecological Club, Greenpeace, Foundation Ecological Initiatives Supporting and Foundation Aeris Futuro. It was occasion for experiences exchange, making comparatives an establishing of contacts for possible future (...) »


28 December 2007

Kogere Primary School

Project "Kogere Primary School" implemented by Simba Friends Foundation in Sega village in western Kenya co-financed through the Polish-Canadian Development Co-operation funds. The project foresees a renovation of a primary school building in Kogere, a construction of additional classrooms, library, teacher’s room and computer lab. It will also enable an installation of a water tank and will allow introducing improvements of (...) »


28 December 2007

"New faces of drama" - Palestine

Project "New faces of drama" is being conducted in Palestine to give the best practices of theatrical work with youths. Wybrzeżak was selected as unique place, where youths gains self-confidence and willing to growth by learning and entrepreneurship. It is needed by young Palestinian to be not interpreted as ticking time bomb. In November group of 20 people will stay in Gdynia and learn how to strengthen youths by (...) »


28 December 2007

Businesswomen in Kosovo

In December of 2006 was rewarded the best businesswomen of Dukaigjini region. Entrepreneur-women was chosen from among 200 candidates. The prizes were given during the festive gala, which recapitulated project of economical support of women of Kosovo. The project have been conducted by Foundation "Partners" Poland in co-operation with Visioni ri z Gjakovej from Kosovo. The project was supported by donation of the Ministry of (...) »


28 December 2007

School asfari

Have you ever been on safari in Kenya? Why? Is it too expensive? Is it too far? Or too dangerous? If you want, we can take you on exotic trip with your class, or even with all school. "School safari" is a plan of educational trip, on which Educational Association of Malopolskie province (MTO) and Simba Friends will take about 10 000 children from primary schools. Since 3rd November 2007 all educational materials, connected with (...) »


28 December 2007

Improvement of water supply for Palestinian schools

Project "Improvement of water supply for Palestinian schools" implemented by Polish Humanitarian Organisation in Bethlehem District, using the funds of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, foresees construction of water storage tanks with adequate water treatment plans in three schools in Beit Sahuor, Al Ubeidyah and Nahaleen respectively. The main problem that the schools struggle with is the scarcity of potable water and of (...) »


28 December 2007

Activation of Sega Society - Kenya

The main goal of a project "Activation of Sega Society, IT Education and Eco-development" is to improve an education standards for young Kenyans through assuring an access to the latest technological achievements. Gained knowledge and practical experiences will help improve chances of youth on the labour market. Within the framework of this project the Simba Friends Foundation will equip with a computers 5 schools and create an (...) »


28 December 2007

Water crisis – our common problem

According to WHO every day about 6 000 children die from water borne diseases. More than one billion people in the world lack access to clean water, 2.6 billion people don’t have adequate sanitation, moreover things are getting worse. While the world’s population tripled in the 20th century, the use of renewable water resources has grown six-fold. Within the next fifty years, the world population will increase by another 40 to 50 %. (...) »


28 December 2007

Polish Humanitarian Organisation’s Mission to Iraq

Since the beginning of July 2003 a fixed Mission of Polish Humanitarian Organisation (PHO) was on duty in Iraq. It’s office was placed in Al Hillah – a town in the province of Babil. There were between two and three workers of PHO on the Mission, projects were carried out also by local workers. Over the ten months of their activity they managed to realise projets with a total value of 1,700 thousand USD – 26 educational (...) »


28 December 2007

Building a school in Afghanistan

Association "Education for Peace" has built firs village school in Afghanisatn in 2005, for 300 students. It is very important for post-war restoration to learn writing, reading and calculating. This knowledge can by used to create better future for this country. The first secondary school was built extremely fast - it was start on July of 2005 and on December the same year the school was ready. The project was conducted thanks to (...) »


28 December 2007

Furnishing with Equipment for Ambulances of Balkh Provincial Hospital

Thanks to financial assistance Japan Embassy in Afghanistan, PMM provided with medical equipment ambulances, donated by us to hospital in Mazar-e Sharif in 2004. Four hospital ambulances were equipped with: · Defibryllator · Innfusion pomp · Medical suction device · Airway management kit · Glucometer · Sphygmomanometer for adults · Carrying respirator · Vacuum splint · Vacuum mattress · Pulsoxymeter Embassy of Japan in (...) »


 
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