Peace One Day’s objective is to institutionalise Peace Day on the 21st of September.
Direct Critically Needed Medicine to Save a Life
To rebuild a quality healthcare system and transfer expertise to local communities, allowing long-term provision of quality care for the people of Nepal.
Expansion of our pilot Family Clinic from one day month to a weekly basis.
To provide access to basic healthcare and mental counselling for victims of the Ukrainian conflict through a new mobile healthcare vehicle, manned by a doctor, nurse and psychologist.
An urgent Winter Appeal so that we can provide medical and humanitarian aid to refugees
SoHIP has developed the Healthy Home Initiative, which encourages and empowers families to adopt all the elements of a healthy home – clean water, proper sanitation and hygiene, nutrition, agriculture, and vocational skills development, aimed at increasing their quality of life.
To provide adequately fortified maize flour to over 200 million people by the year 2020
To provide children with HIV and AIDS with life-saving medicine.
To end child hunger in India
To give deaf children access to primary education
Oceana seeks to make our oceans more biodiverse and abundant by winning policy victories in the countries that govern much of the world's marine life.
End violence against women, including female genital mutilation and forced marriage, in Kenya
To improve access to quality healthcare in disadvantaged communities.
To widen access to education and encourage continued educational development amongst children and adults.
To empower women through building skills, knowledge and earning capabilities.
To provide emergency assistance to populations displaced by the conflict in Iraq
Helping to overcome the injustice of global inequality
Provide clean water, sanitation and emergency food
They're not just toilets. They're Tiger Worm Toilets! And these worms make easy work of munching away on faeces, eating it up and converting it into a natural fertiliser.
We harness the passion and energy of young people to effect positive change in sustainable development.
We help indigenous peoples and forest communities gain the land and resource rights they deserve, and in the process reduce deforestation activities.
We believe that every child and every adult in Africa should have the books they need to progress in education and work. There is a huge demand for books and we work with partner organisations to provide high quality books that meet local needs.
In September 2015, 193 world leaders agreed to 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. If these Goals are completed, it would mean an end to extreme poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030.
Our governments have a plan to save our planet…it’s our job to make sure they stick to it.
The Global Goals are only going to work if we fight for them and you can’t fight for your rights if you don’t know what they are. We believe the Goals are only going to be completed if we can make them famous.