Projects to be sponsored
Net4kids was developed to offer structural aid. We do not offer emergency relief aid, but rather structural improvements in the healthcare, schooling and housing situation of children. 100% of project contributions are donated to these aid organisations, which in return guarantee an effective use of the donations. At selecting our projects the Net4kids Pyramid of Care (based on Maslow's Pyramid of Needs) is the starting point.
All ongoing projects
Education gives children a future. But for children in the remote mountainous region of Mae Hong Son in northern Thailand, schools are too far away. Children here do not attend school, and this is due to a lack of teachers or poor living conditions near schools.
Finally a safe home. The Mitrata Children’s Home in Nepal shelters underprivileged children in Nepal and ensures they get the help they so desperately need. The living conditions of many of these underprivileged children in Nepal are alarming. About fifty percent of them are malnourished without any means of proper food, sanitation, medical care and education.
As concrete as we are in our child aid projects, as concrete we are in support to our own organisation. Besides support of sponsors in time and in kind, we also look for support through money for the Net4kids organisation.
Gambia is a country where hundreds of young people cannot go to school due to lack of financial resources. This project helps underprivileged young people with a scholarship for an IT training. Gambia is a country in development, internet access is an opportunity for economic growth.
The Tirupur region in southern India is known for its textile industry. One of the consequences of this industry is the problem of child labour. The SAVE Foundation operates programmes aimed at reducing child labour and in doing so runs ‘Bridge Schools’ for former child workers so that they can go to school again.
Poverty, underdevelopment and disease are typical of the lives of people living in Babungo. This project will offer support to improve the health, economic position and coping capacity of the people in Babungo. The Babungo Foundation sees education as one of the most important ways of fighting poverty.