Act Against Injustice are now able to provide direct sponsorship of Children in Kathmandu, Nepal through our 'LightHouse' Safehouse Project and, soon to be announced, abandoned Children in South Africa.
The whole ethos with our Charity is to be in a position to help the oppressed children of this world.
In Nepal AAI have teamed with a leading, trusted and vetted, Christian Ministry that will be heading up our Safe-House work and also the programme for the sponsoring of children.
We have selected this Ministry as it provides a hands-on approach in Kathmandu, Nepal. We liaise with the leader of this Ministry/ Progamme usually 3 times per week and get instant feedback on how developments are going, so you can be assured that we have good contacts over there to ensure that the children's welfare is looked after.
Can I become a donor to a child?
Through your monthly sponsorship you can provide hope to a child, ensuring that they have a future full of promise.
The programme we are developing all the time brings dignity, security and a future to the children, many of whom could easily disappear into the sex-trafficking industry.
There are many abandoned street children in Nepal that do not make it through the winters due to the cold and we can also provide for them too.
Many of these children currently have to scavenge for food and shelter. Your gesture could immediately change their lives around.
What does my sponsorship cover?
Your monthly direct debit, or standing order, will enable the child to receive all the necessary basics for living. Food, Clothing, Medicines, Education (books, pens, uniforms, etc) and Counseling to enable these children to re-join society. All this will be provided for within a Christian environment too!
What do I get out of all this?
- You will be doing something to help a child avoid a life of abuse and exploitation by keeping them away from traffickers.
- You will be providing all the necessary needs in life for that child.
- You will be providing an education for a child that will allow them the dignity of building a life and a family, which in turn will keep their children out of danger too.
- You will gain a friend and can continue to build that relationship with their family and others too. You can communicate with them, write letters, visit, etc.
- Lastly, you will be giving hope to that child and letting them know that someone in this world cares for them.
Ok, how do I sponsor a child
There are also many more children not on the AAI website, all awaiting sponsorship! (You can even let us know the approx age and gender of a child and we will endeavor to find a child suitable for you to sponsor).
AAI's Safe-guarding the Children Programme
This is a relatively new project for AAI, but the programme is carefully managed and monitored, with our usual care, on a regular on-going basis and you will receive regular letters and reports and updates provided by the Ministry, and from the children themselves.
As part of our intensive safeguarding of children programme a selected director of Act Against Injustice also personally visits the Ministries and the children themselves annually to check first hand that everything is above board and in order and an annual report is made back to the board on this, which you as a donor are invited to view in a annual letter from ourselves.
Visits and trips
Act Against Injustice Goals
Our aim for 2011 is to increase our sponsored children to 15. Can you help us achieve this?
Can you help sponsor a child we have children waiting a donor in Nepal or South Africa. For Individuals £23.00/ Businesses £28.00 per month (70 pence per day) you can help.
AAI Sponsor four children already...could you do the same?