Since we began our work on December 2nd 2002, over 10,000 disadvantaged village children have benefited from our programs, which include English Language and Literacy [ELC], an Environmental Studies program [ENP], Life Values [LVP] program plus a Cultural Heritage Arts program [CHP], teaching classical and traditional dance, music and painting, and our Basic Medical and Dental Care program [BMDCP] and our Clothing Donation program (CHP).
The Global Children Care programs are designed to help prepare children for future employment within tourist and business cultures.
Current Funding Situation Focus
We are currently raising additional funds for two separate orphanages and school projects for street children and orphans in Indonesia and Indian and Buddhist children living in poverty in rural India We will be able to assist in the first 12 months of operation a minimum of 1100 children between these two projects. All our projects also enable us to provide employment for local teachers bringing economic benefit to the local impoverished communities.
As soon as we also have full funding for our Bali Project again, our Education and Health care programs will continue to operate at their full capacity at the request of the disadvantaged village communities.
From mid 2010 into late 2011, Global Children Care has been feeling the effects of the Global Financial Crisis. The current global economic situation has set the charity back – causing a significant drop in donations. A number of major natural disasters in the region have also stalled the efforts of the charity but we are still providing a Waste Management and Recycling Program through our Environment program (ENP), which benefits 1200+ young village children weekly in seven schools in six rural communities.
Current Funding Situation
As soon as we have full funding for our Bali Project again, our Education and Health Care programs will continue to operate at full capacity at the request of the disadvantaged village communities.
We usually provide all five of our programs to 700+ children weekly in Bali plus we plan from late – 2014 to provide our programs to 800+ children and in 2015 to provide our programs to 1800 children weekly just in Bali alone.
We are currently raising additional funds for two separate orphanages and school projects for street children and orphans in Indonesia and children living in poverty in rural India. These projects also enable us to provide employment for local teachers.
All programs marked ASF (2014-2016) mean that we are seeking and waiting for funding to be able to continue these programs at their full capacity throughout 2014-2016.
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