Since its inception, AMOR has been able to send a small economic grant to many
families in our country in situations of unemployment or extreme need.
At an international level, we have collaborated with the following projects:
Food and personal items for the children of the orphanage.
Donation for the purchase of the land where the facilities are located.
Purchase of a special wheelchair for this center working with children who are physically or mentally challenged, or have HIV.
Purchase of a 6 month supply of food for the children.
Food supply for three months.
Maintenance and food expenses from June to September.
Again, food supply and maintenance for two months.
CAPITAL PARK, PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA
Cradle home for orphaned and abandoned babies staffed by 1Hopeministries volunteers. Purchase of two sofas, diapers, milk powder and costs of electricity and water for 6 months.
The purchase of two heaters, kitchen cupboards and a food processor. Costs of milk powder and diapers for six months.
Food distribution for poor families at lockdown time.
Purchase of three beds, high chairs, nappies and formula for the second Baby Home.
Construction of a living-dining room and an office in the Centre for Children and Adult Literacy. Purchase of 60 desks, 50 uniforms, school materials and paint for the new primary school, which opened its doors in January 2017.
Donation for the purchase of the van that the school will use for transporting children and food.
Extension of the school. Construction of a wall and a new building provided with a kitchen, a bath, two classrooms and a study room.
Construction of the schoolyard and hallways. Electric light installation.
Shelter house for women and girls victims of sexual exploitation. Purchase of uniforms, books, school supplies and a computer for the house.
Furniture purchase for the prevention center in Udonthani (Northeast of Thailand)
School supplies, school bags, uniforms and shoes for the girls.
School supplies for children sheltered in the foundation, and also support for 10 students from the scholarship program.
This year a new school has been added in the interior of the country. Purchase of 900 kgs (1980 lbs) of food, and teaching materials for the 500 students at the Primary School in Kjabe.
Again we take care of school food and materials.
Purchase of food and teaching materials for 1100 students of three schools in Kjabe. Purchase of basic kitchen utensils.
Food purchase for the three homes that the association has in Hafia,Bisselanca and Casulo. These homes serve 120 children daily.
Purchase of 48 corn sacks,24 rice sacks, and 24 beans sacks to feed the 600 children attending Saviour King Academy for 6 months. This academy is located in the middle of the slums, where more than one million people live.
The new highway that goes through Kibera forced the demolition of half of the school. We have helped them built a second floor on the non affected half, so that children are able to keep on attending lessons and receiving food.
School food purchase.
Payment of the school tuition for girls who have no financial resources. Sponsorship of two girls for two years: Ananthi and Logeswari.
Construction of a primary school for 3 to 7 year old children with specific needs. Kids with any kind of disorder (psychomotor, autism...) have no place in state schools.
Food distribution in the slums during lockdown time.
End of works. School opening and purchase of an industrial kitchen.
SANT JUST DESVERN,BARCELONA,SPAIN
Donation for the purchase of a van.
Repair of the van, used by the residence for transportation of the children and food pickup. Maintenance bills (electricity, gas,phone...) for one trimester.
First trimester maintenance expenses.
Remodeling of the girl's dorm, which was partially destroyed by a recent tornado. This orphanage houses 70 children.
Food purchase to feed the 450 children of this school for 6 months.
PHNOM PENH, CAMBOYA
Purchase of nutrition and personal hygiene packs, powdered milk and bags of rice for weekly distribution to families in great need. Since 2009 Erika Nägelen and Christine Landes have helped children, the sick, and needy families in this part of the country.
Purchase of school materials and foodstuffs to be able to provide African mingau (porridge) to 440 children in two schools, every day for 6 months. The Hellwig family work with children in two outcast neighborhoods of Nairobi: Kibera and South B. For some of these children it’s their only meal for the entire day.
This year we again covered the cost of school supplies and porridge for 460 children during the school year.
Daily food (mingau) for 700 children of two schools: Blessed Children's Centre and Oloo's Children Center.
Purchase of an industrial dishwasher for the centre for families with children in the town of Portiño.
Education of 60 children. Purchase of 20 sacks of cereal, flour, honey and powdered milk. Help for caring for the sick in the villages. The Sembrando Esperanza team has been working in the north of the country for 10 years.
Construction of six latrines.
Basic food (rice, milk, oil...) for the malnutrition and distribution in the surrounding villages.
Nursery school for babies and children up to 12 in Patagonia, Argentina, which for 37 years has provided food and education to children from very needy families. Purchase of food for 6 months.
The founder of the nursery school died recently, leaving the school profoundly affected economically. We will help them with the purchase of a five-month supply of food and maintenance bills ( electricity, water and gas).
RUSSIA AND EASTERN BLOCK COUNTRIES
Sending of literature to Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. Translation of a new evangelical book into Russian.
SANTA CRUZ DE LA SIERRA, BOLIVIA.
Donation for the maintenance of the nursery, which takes in children under 5 living in extreme poverty. The kindergarten looks after children from Monday to Friday, offering them one meal a day, educational assistance and basic medical attention.
Costs of food, clothing and education for the orphanage for girls between 5 and 18. Purchase of a transformer for the solar energy system.
CHIANG RAI, TAILANDIA
Setting up of a playground in the home’s garden and donation for the house hospital. This orphanage has taken in children with HIV/AIDS and gives assistance to single mothers who are without means and to pregnant teens
1 year’s sponsorship for two children – Alex and Mae
Purchase of food for the months of October to December.
After the government suspended its food bank program we were able to help provide meals for the last three months of the year.
COSTA DE MARFIL
Donation for electricity and the centre’s rent. Cercafrica takes in child soldiers from the war, rejected by their families. It gives them a home and teaches them a trade to help them move forward.
Purchase of 15 bunk beds and materials to complete the construction of a new dormitory. The school, run by Ken and Sandy Taylor, works with the region’s Maasai tribes
Purchase of 6 months’ food for the children’s refectory.
KIMANA RIFT VALLEY, KENIA
Digging of a water well to allow the construction of the Dreamweaver International Hospital next to the Maasai reserve
Payment of 12 months’ rent for the shelter for sexually exploited children in the red-light district.
SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR
Filtration system for drinking water in the home.
Donation for the 18 children and the missionary, Sarah
Purchase of 2 solar panels for the electrical energy system in the home.
Purchase of a chest fridge and maintenance of the mission’s Jeep
Purchase and transport of a new electric generator for the home.
Fitting out a reception home for children.
Refurbishment and levelling of the new dining room. Work with sexually abused children.
Payment of maintenance services (electricity, drinking water, internet and telephone), fuel for the kitchen and purchase of dresses for the girls.
CAPE COAST, GHANA
Sponsorship of a boy. Godfred Sagoe.
Donation for Remar International Orphanages.
Donation for Social Work.
Sending 300kg of powdered milk for the 3 orphanages in the Alianza Misionera Internacional (International Missionary Alliance).
SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Refurbishment of 7 bedrooms.
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