In these hard times, we aim to help our friends of liberty around the globe. Help us support their cause.
”My name is Iga Ronald the founder and director of Liberty Sparks Uganda a Non-profit Organization standing on the Principals of Liberty. I’ve set up this fundraiser to raise money for the local community in Wakiso District in Uganda. The aim of the campaign is to raise enough money to feed over 100 homes belonging to people who are currently in dire need of help. At first, we will target homes of single mothers with young children who are struggling to get by, we hope as our donations grow, so we can expand our work to more and more people in need. We therefore hope that all those who read this will help us by generously donating to this campaign so that those going hungry in our local community will have food in the bellies soon.
Thank you so much for reading, and keep safe in this time of emergency.Iga RonaldFounder and Director of Liberty Sparks Uganda
The Coronavirus pandemic has brought enormous tragedy to people around the world. Lock-downs are crippling already impoverished nations such as Uganda. Millions of people with no source of income are for the first time, unable to buy the basic necessities to keep their families alive.
The most recent data from the World Bank estimates that upwards of 41% of Ugandans are in extreme poverty (living on less than $1.90 per day). A lockdown has meant millions of people unable to go to work and many are now unable to afford food, medicine, and other basic necessities. If the situation continues for much longer, it will not be long before the unintended deaths from the lockdown begin. At the time of writing this, Uganda has had only 74 confirmed COVID-19 cases, yet we have spent more than 50 days in the lockdown, and the government plans to extend it by another 90 days.
“Project supported by local freedom lovers of Liberty Sparks Uganda.”
I’ve seen first hand the poverty and desperation that the Venezuelan refugee population faces in Colombia–and similar poverty and desperation among the poor in Colombia. The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a malnutrition crisis, and it threatens to amplify the pandemic’s death toll.
I am committed to doing everything I can to help. Due to travel restrictions, I can’t get to Colombia right now, but luckily, I’ve built a network of wonderful freedom activists who share my vision of a freer and more prosperous world. Movemiento Libertario Colombia, led by the amazing Maria Alejandro Londono, is ready to assist, and we’ve created an amazing initiative designed to deliver maximum life-saving impact.
We are aiming to address two key nutritional deficiencies that are already prevalent among the Venezuelan refugee population, in a way that can save lives: iron deficiency in children, and folic acid deficiency in pregnant woman. These are already major problems among this population, and they are poised to get a lot worse as this crisis goes on.
Pokhara Research Centre and Bikalpa-an Alternative are non-governmental organizations that help young people improve their lives by learning about personal responsibility, free-market principles, property rights, and limited government. Our goal is to create a new generation of Nepali entrepreneurs.
This campaign aims to raise enough money to feed over 500 families in Pokhara and Biratnager. The first phase will target the poorest families who are hungry and struggling to get by. As our donations grow, we can fund additional phases to reach more needy people. Due to the ongoing government lockdown (nearly 3 months now) we Nepali are unable to work because the police don’t allow free movement. After our humble request to the local government, however, we have reached an understanding with the local police to allow us to organize this food relief program, and give us the necessary documents to avoid arrest / attacks / fines.
Nearly half of Nepali people buy their food with the money they earn that day. They don’t have significant savings. If they don’t work, they don’t eat, unless someone helps them. At the time of this writing, 19 Nepali have died from COVID-19, yet more than 1000 have committed suicide due to hunger and scarcity.
I am Bishnu Hari Timilsina, the communication and outreach assistant of PRC and intern at Language of Liberty Institute (an American NGO).
ABHIYAAN (“Campaign”) is the name of our joint venture (PRC, Bikalpa, LLI) and has three parts: private humanitarian aid, translations of books and articles, and educational activities such as Liberty Camps, seminars, and webinars.
Please consider donating generously to our campaign, and thank you for your interest.
The 100 Million campaign is a call to action for a world where all young people are free, safe, and educated.
We support young people to mobilize to end violence against children and ensure education, breaking the cycles of illiteracy, poverty, and violence, we’re inspired by the strength and the will to impact our society to become successful and free-market activists and rescuers themselves, 100 Million supports and empowers youth mobilization, and aims to increase global equality and understanding. We believe this will create a world where all young people are safe and free to express themselves pioneer freedom and liberty
The insurgency attack in Northern part of Nigeria left many families homeless without any means of survival as they run away from their farmland and likewise, the oil spillage in the southern part of Nigeria left many families devastated in the coast of the Niger Delta while there were an excessive oil spillage and militant attack, in this was another tragedy that struck the world COVID-19 many families can’t feed themselves as the government palliative support isn’t getting to this low-income homes and their families. Their lives are on standstill nothing to make a headstart.
Every support now will add a smile to them in northern IDP camp and the niger delta communities.
Support Championships of liberty to fight hunger in North and Southern Nigeria As the cases COVID-19 infection keeps increasing as a result of failed medical care system exponentially in Africa, especially in Nigeria these have outweighed public health measures that were put in place to stand off pandemic. These included a stay at home orders, no public gatherings, no schools, no colleges, limiting of office and factory activities, curtailing passengers in public vehicles, and closed intrastate border movement.
As a result of this challenging situation across the globe threatening lives and shrinking the economy which has made an expanded effect on the number of increased hunger and starvation to our people with the highest hit mostly on the less privilege people, the physically challenged, and the elderly in Internally displaced camps in Northern Nigeria and the abrasive oil spillage in Niger Delta
Pls, support us let’s show love to these people.
We would support 300 households with foodstuff that they will manage for the coming weeks. Thus, we are kindly requesting your immense support and donation to reach an estimated amount of $3685 for the following items:
Rice 50bags, 40 bags of, 20 bags of garri Beans.Tomatoes 20 boxes, Salt 10 bags, Onions 10 bags, tubers of yam, Cooking oil 10 containers, Tea 50 boxes, Sugar 2 boxes, Transportation, Family support
The team aims to provide relief packages of food staples and other necessities to the poorest families living in slums, who have been hurt most by their government lockdown, which prevents them from going out to work and earning the money they need on a daily basis to buy food.
Due to transport regulations in Kenya, the project shall start with areas surrounding and easily accessible to the capital, Nairobi and Kiambu counties. If funds permit, additional phases will be organized in the nearby areas of Kitengele and Embakasi. Our initial funding goal is $3100, to provide relief for 100 families.
Thank you in advance for your generous support.
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