PROJECTS

Taaleem

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According to UNESCO, over 780 million adults in the world are illiterate. On average, nearly one in three children does not complete five years of primary education, the minimum required for acquiring basic literacy. UNESCO reports that one of every five people over the age of 15 is illiterate, 64% of the world's illiterate are women, and nearly 60% of the estimated 113 million children who do not attend primary school worldwide are girls. UNICEF states, "Education, especially for girls and mothers, will save children's lives." …

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Sehat

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According to UNICEF, each day approximately 30,000 children under five years old die from preventable causes: that's 20 children per minute. In addition, child mortality is closely linked to poverty: advances in infant and child survival have come more slowly in poor countries and to the poorest people in the wealthier countries. Improvements in public health services are key, including safe water and better sanitation. …

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Aagahi

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The Aagahi or Public Awareness Program funds initiatives that raise public awareness in the wider community on certain issues and problems. In the same way the Aagahi grants are made to selected activities that are capable of reaching a significant audience of non-Indigenous people. The program provides supplementary funding, and is not intended to finance the whole project. …

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