A HELPING HAND

Organizations SOVATS is supporting:

THAILAND

HumanOnStreet 

Who they help: Homeless people with mental illness.
How they help: Approach mentally ill homeless people to give access to proper care.
Donation: PayPal account: paypal@mirror.or.th (HumanOnStreet Project)
Address: https://www.facebook.com/HumanOnStreet

 

BANGLADESH (ROHINGYA)

Rise for Rohingya

Who they help: The Rohingya people, a Muslim-minority group, are currently facing systematic persecution in Myanmar. This has resulted in the forced migration of more than a million Rohingya Muslims to Bangladesh.
How they help: Support the most vulnerable segments of the Rohingya Camps, to be children and pregnant women. They partnering up with organizations that are actively working at the ground level.
Donation: https://www.riseforrohingya.org
Address: https://www.riseforrohingya.org

 

DR CONGO, ETHIOPIA, KENYA, TANZANIA and UGANDA

Farm Africa

Who they help: They help farmers to increase their harvests, build their incomes and sustain natural resources, partnering with governments and the private sector to find effective ways to fight poverty.
How they help: They work with different types of farmers in a range of regions, from dry rangelands to lush, diverse forests, in DR Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
Donation: https://www.farmafrica.org/us/?p=1
Address: https://www.farmafrica.org/

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Global Poverty 
780 million people, 11 percent of the world's population, live in extreme poverty on less than $1.90 per day. At least 17 million children suffer from severe acute malnutrition around the world. Severe acute malnutrition is the direct cause of death for 2 million children every year.

The dynamics of Poverty
Children, lone parents, disabled people and people in households in which no one works are more likely to experience poverty, to remain in poverty for longer and to experience deeper poverty, than others.

Ending Poverty
Poverty robs people of choices and opportunities. People who are poor are more likely to be denied the tools and the skills necessary to succeed in our society. People blame the poor for their plight, when in fact poverty spreads through denial of opportunity.