Please help our partners care for the poorest as coronavirus spreads
Compassionate healthcare is more essential than ever now that coronavirus is spreading to some of the poorest places in the world.
The fear and uncertainty many of us are feeling is only too familiar to those who live on the edge every day. Even in ‘normal’ times, the chronically poor don’t have enough to eat, live in cramped conditions, and cannot afford medicine.
Now, lockdown means any income they had has disappeared overnight.
Many people in the communities we serve are now feeling deep anguish. Our partners are rising to the challenge by working intensively and sacrificially round the clock to provide healthcare for the most vulnerable.
But they desperately need our help with funding. Your donation today could pay for:
· PPE needed to protect healthcare staff
· Food parcels for the most vulnerable
· Healthcare for the poorest families
· Vital coronavirus community awareness raising and prevention
I know you will agree that we have to help and am also aware that money is tight for many. But if you are in a position to support this appeal, please could I ask you to make a donation today. Together, we can mitigate the impact of the coronavirus on the poorest and on the healthcare staff who serve them.
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Our vision is to ensure access to healthcare to people around the world who need it most, so transforming communities suffering oppression or discrimination
We work with local partners on their projects so they’re sustainable for years to come
These projects are based on Christian values: equality of all people, compassion for the weak and vulnerable and working with integrity and transparency
Thanks to you, we’ve worked with partnership projects in Nigeria, Iraq, Pakistan, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Uganda and Lebanon
Right now, we’re working with partners in South Africa, South Sudan as well as India and Nepal
Our partners share our values
We visit potential projects before committing to a partnership agreement, and make regular trips afterwards as well as bringing partners to the UK each year.
Partners demonstrate their trustworthiness with rigorous accounting and accurate reporting.
They commit to an income generation strategy