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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. 

NWI Preventing Water Bourne Diseases In Africa

For over 35 years our partners have worked in Africa in remote rural communities they have decades of international publications and ground breaking changes in preventing water borne diseases. In campaigning for water rights internationally our partners in Africa have created radical change. 100% of all our donations go into projects, your support is essential to our progress.


In the 8 years that we have worked in Africa and Asia New world international UK has reached over 100000 people.


You can see our work on YouTube and you can donate to make enormous different in providing clean water sanitation and hygiene to communities desperately in need of your support.


NWI Uk needs your help to reach our target of helping an additional 10,000 people in 2016. This completely depends on your ability to share with friends the critical work that we are doing. Please check out our donation page and share it with a few of your closest friends this is really essential to our work.

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NWI appeal October 2016 - Water Projects


Dear Friends and supporters of New World International


​We need your help and we need it now. ​ As you know we have been working with ​great success in ​ rural African Communities over the last 8 years​ thanks to your support and participation.​
The international climate of financial recession ​,​ Brexit, global ​instability and concerns in Europe have cut charitable donations by half in the last 18 months. Many small charities in Africa and in Europe have not survived.
We are lucky, 75% of NWI support is volunteer input, donations in kind like skills and and practical support as well as donations of School materials, water tanks, building materials etc. . In the last 18 months we received over £ 70,000 in non cash support. The other side of that has been cash donations fell to an all time low in 2016 to £4,000. We really need your help now. You can also check out our African paterners http://icrossinternational.org/ who have been working in Africa since 1979 As we all know with a 14 % decrease in the value of the pound this has hit all small charities very hard.
This month in October 2016 we are personally asking all of our friends to donate towards our water projects online so we can automatically claim as a UK charity the 25% additional contribution from the UK Government. All charities across Africa are struggling at the moment just as all of our small donors are no longer able to help as they were previously.
I am going to personally ask all of my close friends to anything you can to help us support our communities across which is not something I have requested before in my 37 years in Africa. This is a very difficult time for us ​but it is a lot tougher for the communities and tribal villages we are working with . We are working with communities struggling to survive, they need New World International right now so we need you.
Please go on line and donate now anything at all , no matter how small £5, £10 will make a difference. We are working among communities that have absolutely nothing right now in a situation where the gap is getting bigger. We really need your help.
This is the First time in 2016 that we have actually launched an urgent appeal to help the communities we serve. We need water , thousands do not have clean water. This means we need your direct support, does not natter how small, but we need it now. Please share with any friends that you know would share our passion to create change and even give us the price of a pint, but now is the time.
Thank you so much for your continued support,
Jennah Louise-Salkleld NWI

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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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