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International Day of the Girl Child 2017
 
 

 

NWI UK celebrates its first decade of development projects in Africa for almost 10 years we have been working with international partner who have been fighting for the rights of girls, through our colleagues we have campaigned against child prostitution in Cambodia supported the writes of all children and continue to encourage leadership and empowerment through practical help not just talk.

 

We have been involved in international campaigns aware of the scale of violence against women. Our volunteers around the world are working with oppressed minorities who are suffering in Somalia, Uganda, India and Syria in this international day that marks the girl child there is no room for complacency.

 

NWI is in the process establishing 3 new projects in 2018 building on the great successes funded by close friends we plan to build a community health programme with mobile outreach that will be named the Dr. Thomas Ernst Centre, this programme will include a GLBT support network and will be the NWI UK headquarters in East Africa,, a major focus will be vulnerable girls and women while these individual days draw attention to social injustice we are aware that this problems lasts every day of the year.

 

We look forward to fighting for the rights of girl’s children as we develop a 10 year strategy building NWI as a dynamic partner serving not only girl children but those in need of practical health now.

 

Please donate anything you can to help this work it does not matter how little it is

NWI UK celebrates its first decade of development projects in Africa for almost 10 years we have been working with international partner who have been fighting for the rights of girls, through our colleagues we have campaigned against child prostitution in Cambodia supported the writes of all children and continue to encourage leadership and empowerment through practical help not just talk.

 

We have been involved in international campaigns aware of the scale of violence against women. Our volunteers around the world are working with oppressed minorities who are suffering in Somalia, Uganda, India and Syria in this international day that marks the girl child there is no room for complacency.

 

NWI is in the process establishing 3 new projects in 2018 building on the great successes funded by close friends we plan to build a community health programme with mobile outreach that will be named the Dr. Thomas Ernst Centre, this programme will include a GLBT support network and will be the NWI UK headquarters in East Africa,, a major focus will be vulnerable girls and women while these individual days draw attention to social injustice we are aware that this problems lasts every day of the year.

 

We look forward to fighting for the rights of girl’s children as we develop a 10 year strategy building NWI as a dynamic partner serving not only girl children but those in need of practical health now.

 

Please donate anything you can to help this work it does not matter how little it is

 
 
NWI releases our latest report update.
 
 

We are all very excited to share with you our latest update. We are very proud of just how much we can achieve with so little, all of us are increasingly encouraged by the impact that we can create in the lives of others.

We are really delighted to share this latest feedback and very proud that NWI operates without any administrative overheads this is made possible by the trustees and volunteers who are really making a difference to create a better world.

Please get your friends to help and contribute and share this report because the reason we are making a difference is you, we have no full time staff and depend totally on volunteers to change the model of international development and support. Please get involved and share this update and our links, it really does matter a lot. Together with our partners, ICROSS International and CAF we have touched thousands of lives over the past year. We have ambitious goals to do more in 23017-2018.

Download it here 

 
 
DROUGHT APPEAL EAST AFRICA MARCH 2017
 
 

On 10 February the  ​Kenyan ​Government declared a national drought emergency. The number of food insecure people more than doubled – from 1.3 million to 2.7 million

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​and is rising​.
Some 357,285 children and pregnant and lactating mothers are acutely malnourished.
​Latest nutritional data indicates the  over 20% of children and 14%  of mothers are malnourished. See ..Drought to intensify in Kenya in 2017, new early warning system showshttp://www.reuters.com/article/us-kenya-drought-idUSKBN1421WH

Our partners in Kenya have over 38 years experience in drought management and famine relief integrating the latest  prevention and  sanitation approaches with decades of practical experience on the ground. We need your support and help to aleviate the suffering and pointless infant  illness and  mortality. Reliefweb summarises the scale of the immediate priorities http://reliefweb.int/report/ethiopia/horn-africa-call-action-february-2017 and our own   field teams in our projects are seeing a rapidly deteriorating crisis across all our health programmes.  Without  very significant and urgent support, thousands will be effected in all our areas of operation. Unless the rains come soon, we will be faced with dehydration and water borne disease on a scale comparable to  1983-1985 throughout all the Pastoralist Arid areas. Together with our partners overseas and abroad we will do all we can in unison with the Ministry of health to help as many as we can with the limited resources that exist. All International agencies from the World food Programme and UNICEF have warned that they lack the International  response to act in time unless the Global community intervenes at once.

 

Together with local communities and our network of  helpers and volunteers, we will work together with your help in fighting drought and infectious disease, malnutrition and hunger.  Please help us by donating anything you can. 

 
 

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I’m spending my vacation this year outside my comfort zone creating awareness and change, working in projects in Africa with our local partners. We need your help and support to make NWI even more successful in 2014.

Penny ShalesChair, Board of Trustees

Everything you are able to do will help. Even though your input is as minimal accumulated it will become a lot and we all can help to change things. We did our bit in creating this report – now it is your turn, help with what you can offer.

New World International

Working with our friends and partners we focus on key projects identified by the local communities themselves. We need your help to extend these programs in 2014.

Dr Allan Soita NWI Kenya

I am coming from India in 2014 to make my contribution by photographing of NWI and how it changes lifes.

JAM, Indian Photographer

About Us

New World International is a Charity registered in the United Kingdom. Charity Registration Number is 1126542. It is fully compliant with British Charity Commission regulations and requirements. NWI is entirely voluntary with no paid staff and all donations go directly to the projects we support.

For more information you can reach the board of trustees at trustees@nwiuk.org

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