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THE OFFICIAL RECORD OF THE SOLIDARIT CENTRAL CHARITY FUND

The Central Charity Fund (CCF) is a fund organised each Commission Traineeship period that collects financial support for one democratically selected, specific, practical and clear humanitarian project carried out by a nonprofit organisation. The CCF is a major initiative of Solidarit that aims to contribute a significant amount of money to support a nonprofit organisation where donations are greatly needed, appreciated and used well. The CCF Recipient is decided through a vote, organised by the CCF Project Team. It receives 30% of the profits of any Traineeship National Parties, plus any other money Solidarit, or other organizations, Committees, or individuals may raise or donate specifically for the CCF. The CCF is a visible project that Solidarit supports in a unified way. The CCF reflects the belief that all people deserve the opportunity to realise a prosperous existence according to their own needs and a meaningful and healthy life.
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Traineeship
Winter 97/98

CCF Recipient

Belgian Red Cross/Estonian Childrens Home www.redcross.be


Estonia

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Work done by the CCF Project CCF Ceremony Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project
Head of Bureau de stages. Officials overseeing the PHARE Program

Estonian/Canadian Stagiare Follow-up of the Project

Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient

The first Central Charity Fund was coordinated by an Estonian/Canadian stagiaire during the Winter 97/98 Stage who organised for a lorry load of second-hand wheelchairs to be sent to a children's home in Estonia. The wheelchairs were bought with the help of the Belgian Red Cross and the transport was paid for by the PHARE1 program of the Commission.

Croix-Rouge de Belgique Communaut francophone Rue de Stalle, 96 1180 Bruxelles Tl. : 0032 (0)2 371 31 11 Fax : 0032 (0)2 646.04.39 info-dih@redcross-fr.be

A European Commission program of assistance to Central and Eastern Europe.

Traineeship Summer 98

CCF Recipient

KAP TAC (Caritas)


Bulgaria & Belgium, and the

Geapolis Foundation
(local NGO) CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team
Work done by the CCF Project

17,353 Bulgaria/Macedonia

timalchin@hotmail.com Follow-up of the Project

CCF Ceremony

Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project

Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient


There is a complete dossier in the Commission Association of Trainees Trainee Committee Office about the Summer 98 Stage Central Charity Fund.

Assistance to the Roma communities in Bulgaria and The Brick-Making machines were FYROM (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia). presented by Brick-making machines purchased to be managed by the Commissioner Van den local NGO. Broek (the Commissioner for EU The Summer 98 Stage also presented a check to support a relations with Central teacher to teach classes for women in the Suto-Orizari and Eastern Europe) in community (the largest gypsy community in Europe) in the a ceremony at Rond Point Schuman in Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia. Brussels.

KAP TAC (Caritas) Bulgaria. Tel: 00 359 2 944 1858 Fax: 00 359 2 946 1133 "caritas-bg@bulnet.bg" Caritas Belgium. Tel: 02 - 229 3611 The Geapolis Foundation 12 Aksakov Str, 1000 Sofua, Bulgaria Tel/fax: 00 3592 981 1545 "geapolis@bol.bg"

Traineeship Winter 98/99

CCF Recipient

Georgian NGO: "The First Step"


In aid of the Kaspi Orphanage, Georgia. (The second place getter was a The Joe Hoeman Trust, a program to educate street children in India and the third place was PLAN International.)

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team

23,145 Georgia 199 Peter Phillips-Minet


peter.phillips-minet@gs.com

David Barnes, Gerry Simpson


davidjpbanes@hotmail.com
Work done by the CCF Project CCF Ceremony Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient Follow-up of the Project

The Kaspi Orphanage in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia is an orphanage for neglected and abandoned, mentally and physically disabled children. The Central Charity Fund supported the NGO, FIRST STEP to employ a psychologist, a special-needs teacher and a physiotherapist to visit the orphanage two days each per week, until a long term project to build a new and appropriately equipped home for the 70 children who live at Kaspi is finished. http://www.worldvision.org/worldvision/wvususfo.nsf/556122 62ddc847e788256c1b0002b47e/7358520015318b9688256ea60 07c3fc9/$FILE/GEO03KORSUM.pdf

A large cheque was presented to a representative of the Kaspi Orphanage and the Georgian Ambassador to the EU by Commissioner Van den Broek in the Plenum Meeting Room; the official meeting room of all the Commissioners in the Breydel.

Relex officials

David Geer formerly of the EC Delegation in Georgia: david.geer@ec.europa.eu Was asked to give feedback occasionally to the Central Charity Project Leaders care of the Commission Traineeship Office. Jane Corboy, founder of 'First Step' Tel: 0098 16 53 6733 Gaby Klika, Tel: 00 899 557 467 25 595

Traineeship Summer 99

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team

A Child's Smile
20, 738 Greece

Deirdre MORAN

Work done by the CCF Project

CCF Ceremony

Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project


Relex officials

Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient

Follow-up of the Project

A Childs Smile, Greece, work for the consolidation and Stage Closing protection of childrens rights in Greece, irrespective of their Ceremony. citizenship. The association addresses moral, psychological and economic support to poor children, including children with special needs. Raising public awareness is part of their activity, but the core projects are running centres and houses and supporting hospitals, etc. to promote childrens educational, living and intellectual levels. It also focuses on missing children.

Traineeship Winter 99/00

CCF Recipient

AFESIP NGO (Acting for Women in Precarious Situations)


17,350 Cambodia

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Work done by the CCF Project CCF Ceremony Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient

Follow-up of the Project

AFESIP Agir pour les Femmes en Situation Prcaire, France, an NGO founded in 1996, is an association fighting against the causes and consequences of sexual exploitation of children and young women. They are active in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam and are starting to work in Europe as this form of exploitation is on the increase.

Commissioner Poul Nielson, presented the money to AFESIP in a Closing Ceremony in the Breydel building Thursday February 24 2000. 16h.

AFESIP INTERNATIONAL #23 Street 315 PO Box 2089 TuolKork Phnom Penh 3 Phnom Penh, Cambodia Tel/Fax: (855) 023-884-123 International Officer afesip.int@afesip.org

Traineeship Summer 2000

CCF Recipient Casa Do Menor Sao Miguel Arcanjo.


Telephones: (+5521) 27791295/2779-0071/2658-0033 www.casadomenor.org.br/
The second place getter was THETA (Traditional and Modern Health Practitioners Together against diseases) in Uganda (http://www.phs.ki.se/ihcar/bg/inst_theta.html The third place getter was Medicos del Mundo, a Spanish NGO working in Tanzania. CCF Amount Raised

21.855
17,580 Euro to Casa Do Menor Sao Miguel Arcanjo. 4,275 Euros to the 2nd place getter THETA

Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team

suburbs of Rio de Janeiro BRASIL) 188 Ondine Ripka, Emanuela Graziano, Adriana Solano
Follow-up of the Project

Work done by the CCF Project

CCF Ceremony

Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project

Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient

Casa Do Menor is a Brazilian NGO working in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro which shelters and feeds 1000 children. Many are orphans and most are in a distressed situation (suffering from abuse, drugs etcetera). Casa Do Menor provides social and educational support to help the children integrate into society. The CCF helped finance food, shelter and a vocational training program developed by Casa Do Menor for 500 youth aged14 to 18. The project was expected to have a big impact, as Casa Do Menor is the only place youngsters are taken care of and educated in the area. They have 13 professional courses (electrician, manicure, pedicure, waiter, mechanical etc), 8 children schools, 6 Family Houses, 1 Farm and others activities for all the Rio de Janeiro (Baixada Fluimense) community.

In ECHO, small presentation to the CCF Recipient at the end of the Stage.

http://utenti.tripod.it/casamenor_brasi l (Italian and French) http://utenti.tripod.it/casamenor_brasi l/images/aa49.jpg (photos of the project) Adriana Solano itasolano@hotmail.com

Traineeship Winter 2000/01

CCF Recipient

Association des Etudiants et Elves Rescaps du Gnocide (A.E.R.G.)


Association of Student and Pupil Genocide Survivors The 2nd place getter was GOAL, Children in Calcutta. The 3rd place getter was COLOMBIA Humanitarian Help!

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team
Work done by the CCF Project CCF Ceremony Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient

10, 040 Butare Prfcture, Rwanda 183

Follow-up of the Project

A.E.R.G. works to help victims of the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda. The CCF project, managed by senior university students, is an education program for children and adolescents (mostly orphans) who were heavily traumatised due to the atrocities and violence they experienced and witnessed (mutilations, rape, killings, etc.). The Project aimed to identify their problems, promote their rights and raise awareness of their particular problems. Three hundred children, adolescents, parents and social assistants etc were then brought together for a one-week seminar and a two-day seminar for parents. There were also opportunities for exchange of experiences during cultural and sporting activities. Overall, the Project aimed to boost self-esteem and the ability to deal with problems, to raise awareness and sensitise professionals and to enhance this groups chances of realising a rich, meaningful and healthy life.

Links for more information: National University of Rwanda: http://www.nur.ac.rw/index.htm Forsaken Cries: http://www.amnestyorg/country/rwanda/genocide/index /html Human Rights Watch: http://www.hrw/org/reports/1999/r wanda/

Traineeship Summer 2001

CCF Recipient

Barretstown Gang Camp NGO


info@barretstown.org Tel: +353 (0) 45 864 115 / Fax: +353 (0) 45 864 197 www.barretstowngc.ie

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Work done by the CCF Project CCF Ceremony Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient

20, 250 Dublin Ireland

Inge Suppli ingesuppli@hotmail.com


Follow-up of the Project

The Barretstown Gang Camp was founded in 1994 as a European project to benefit seriously ill children from all over the EU and Eastern Europe. The camp takes children who have been affected by cancer, haemophilia, or HIV and implements a programme of therapeutic recreation which helps place them on the road to recovery. This internationally designed programme of care engages children socially, emotionally and physically, encouraging them to overcome perceived limits. At Barretstown the children live with 100 other children who have experienced similar illness and realise that they are not alone in their suffering. Together they take part in activities such as canoeing, archery, horse riding, fishing, music, drama, film etc. Barretstowns mission is founded on the principal that all children come to the camp completely free of charge to have an experience that will change their lives.

A cheque was presented at the Opening Conference of the next Traineeship, by Solidarit and Traineeship office, to a representative of Barretstown. The Barretstown representative presented the project to the next 600 trainees.

Traineeship Winter 2001/02

CCF Recipient

The Child Welfare Scheme


http://www.childwelfarescheme.org /urban/jyoti/home.htm)

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team

24,920 Nepal

Ariane Labatt & Gosia Lachut (both in EC now April 2004)


Follow-up of the Project

Work done by the CCF Project

CCF Ceremony

Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project

Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient

The Child Welfare Scheme is a London-based NGO that runs projects in Nepal. The CCF helped to operate a vocational centre in Nepal that trains teenagers. The CCF was used to build an extension to a vocational training centre so that they could have additional sleeping accommodation and training facilities. The specific project that was supported by Solidarit is "JYOTI" building and managing a vocational center for street children in Pokhara. This center provide the youths (15-20 years, boys & girls), mostly victims of prostitution, training course and psychosocial support to end their exclusion and re-integrate back into a better life. In May 2004, the center welcomed more than 100 youths.

A cheque was presented at the Opening Conference of the next Traineeship by Solidarit to a representative of Child Welfare Scheme who in turn gave a presentation of the project to the next 600 trainees.

Phillip Mann, a national expert in contact with the NGO.

Project Headquarters (Nepal) Tel/Fax: (+977) 61 530002 Office email: cws@cnet.wlink.com.np JYOTI email: jyoti@childwelfarescheme.org Asha email: asha@childwelfarescheme.org London Secretariat Tel/Fax: (+44) 207 488 4394 Email: childwelfarescheme@compuserve.com

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Traineeship Summer 2002

CCF Recipient

PREDA Peoples Recovery Empowerment Development Assistance Foundation


http://www.preda.org/ Information: predair@svisp.com or preda@svisp.com Preda Center / Philippines Phone: +63/47 223 9629 Phone: +63/47 223 9630 Fax: +63/47 223 9628

We also gave 1000 EUR to a Belgian NGO called Quinoa, an ngo active in the field of development education.
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Work done by the CCF Project CCF Ceremony Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient Follow-up of the Project

21,000 Philippines 360

PREDA works with children in prostitution and drug abuse. The CCF helped a program of prevention and legal prosecution of sexual abuse of children and women. Their full file is in the Solidarit Folder of Summer 2002.

Contact: Aurore.maillet@ec.europa.eu Phone: 50117

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Traineeship Winter 2002/3

CCF Recipient

Cirqu'oui
contact@cirquoui.org Permanente Batrice RAY +33 (0)6 65 63 08 43 05 53 53 58 49

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Work done by the CCF Project CCF Ceremony Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient

20,000

Follow-up of the Project

Parce que le rire amne la vie, l'quipe du CIRQU'OUI va la rencontre des enfants meurtris par les guerres et l'isolement. L'change se fait par un langage universel: les arts du cirque. Un cirque pas comme les autres o les jeunes spectateurs deviendront acteurs. Des enfants et des animateurs souds par un mme dsir: "Mettre un clown dans sa vie", Charlie Chaplin

Canton@crans.org - former Traineeship Solidarit Treasurer

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Traineeship Summer 2003

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team

Hear the World Foundation Poland


10,076.51 worldwide
151, (for this project more than 50)

Sylwia Czerwonka, Sylwia Lewandowaka, Joanna Zak

Work done by the CCF Project(s)

CCF Ceremony

Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project

Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient

Follow-up of the Project

The Hear the World Foundation helps the hearing impaired in Poland for the special educational and medical and social care for audibly impaired individuals; raising awareness; integration with society; helping families; sign language courses; legal counselling; methodological conferences; purchasing audiovisual equipment; year-long free audiological tests for all persons in need of diagnosis.

A cheque was presented at the Opening Conference of the next Traineeship by Solidarit to a representative of The other projects funded this Traineeship include the Hear the Todos a la Escuela. Argentina - 2,650 helps children go to school, Buenas Aires. World Foundation (a SAFE. Afghanistan - 850 Support for Further Education former The Charlotte Wilson Memorial Fund. Rwanda - 1,800 - educational support & Commission AIDS awareness. trainee) she gave Convivial. Belgium, 1426.51. Computer help for refugees. a presentation of Foundation for Disabled Children and Young Adults. Hungary 850. Horse- the project to the next 600 trainees. therapy classes for disabled children.
Maison denfants Reine Marie Henriette. Belgium - 1,500. Renovation of a shelter for children with social difficulties.

The realisation of the project started in September 2003. The first report was sent in January 2004; the second in April 2004.

Specjalny Osrodek Szkolno Wychowawczy dla Dzieci Nieslyszacych w Nowym Siodle FUNDACJA POMOCY DZIECIOM NIESLYSZACYM "USLYSZEC SWIAT" NOWE SIODLO 73 58-350 MIEROSZOW POLAND tel./fax +48 74 845 82 23 For any information please contact: Joanna Zak: joanna_zak@interia.pl

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Traineeship Winter 2003/04

CCF Recipient

Cambodia Trust
UK Registered Charity No: 1032476 11 Friday Court, North St., Thame, OX9 3GA, UK Tel: +44 (0)1844 214844 Fax: +44 (0)1844 216269 office@cambodiatrust.co.uk

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team
Work done by the CCF Project CCF Ceremony Commissio n Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient

23, 535

253

Follow-up of the Project

Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. There are around 40,000 landmine survivors in Cambodia, that figure will continue to rise until all the landmines and unexploded ordnance have been cleared. In 2002, 828 people - more than 2 people a day - were killed or injured by landmines and unexploded ordnance. The Cambodia Trust runs 3 rehabilitation clinics in Cambodia, providing free artificial limbs, orthopaedic braces, wheelchairs, physiotherapy and counselling. Our clinics are entirely staffed and managed by Cambodians, who have received internationally accredited training in all aspects of our work. We help children with disabilities and support poor families. We help disabled adults - particularly women - to gain access to skills training, employment and micro credit. The Cambodian School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (CSPO) provides specialist skills training for local people, in the prescription and fitting of artificial limbs and braces.

A cheque was presented at the Opening Conference of the next Traineeship by Solidarit to a representative of Cambodia Trust. A film about the Trust was shown to the next 600 trainees.

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Traineeship Summer 2004

CCF Recipient

PlaNet Finance
Capacitacin y Desarollo Microempresarial, - rural Mexico

Arnaud Ventura 13, rue Dieumegard 93400 Paris St Ouen France +33 (0)1 49 21 26 26 contact@planetfinance.org
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team
Work done by the CCF Project CCF Ceremony Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Report of Progress Received from CCF Recipient Follow-up of the Project

15,000 Mexico - rural aeras 151

Micro-Finance Institutions (MFIs) provide small short-term loans (and credit, savings, and assurance) to the poor, mainly women, who have no access to traditional banking services. With the loans they start small businesses, mainly in agriculture, fishing, handcrafts and market trading with which they can earn their living, feed their children and pay for school and healthcare for their families. By supporting PlaNet Finance, Solidarit has helped to create hundreds of small businesses that allow people to earn their living. The CCF went to Capacitacin y Desarollo Microempresarial, a MF lending body operating in rural Mexico and serving women with a daily income of 1 to 5USD/day. 500 women and their families will be supported through the CCF. As soon as the loans are repaid (90% of loans) 500 new women will have access to these loans again. This way Solidarit is financing a continuous initiative to help alleviate poverty.

A cheque was presented at the Opening Conference of the next Traineeship by Solidarit to a representative of Planet Finance. A presentation was made by Planet Finance to the next 600 trainees.

In one year, when the CADEMI loan repayment has been made, PlaNet Finance will contact Solidarit to ask where we would like to reloan the money to again.

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Traineeship Winter 2004/05

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Maison des enfants du monde


16.000
Congo

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

Maison des Enfants du Monde is an NGO aiming to improve the living conditions of street-children in the developing countries by giving them access to housing, health care, education and vocational training so that they can be accepted back into society. Moreover, the association organises projects to improve the situation of children at risk, so that they do not end up living on the streets as a way of survival. The Association also carries out actions to heighten public awareness of the problem of street-children amongst the local communities and authorities, so that they can participate in helping the children be accepted back into society.

http://www.maisondesenfants.org Maison des Enfants du Monde Avenue des Villas 2 1060 Bruxelles Belgique +32 488 58 03 38
maisondesenfantsdumonde@gmail.com

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Traineeship Summer 2005

CCF Recipient

Association for the Development and Enchancement of Women in Egypt (ADEW).


13.000 Eygpt

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details) Work done by the CCF Project Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

ADEW aim to empower Female Heads of Households (FHHs), a traditionally neglected and disempowered segment of Egyptian society, socially, legally and economically. By providing women with the economic opportunities and working as mediators between women and various governmental and private agencies , ADEW delivers the voice of women to the national consciousness. The CCF will be used for a project that has the aim of "wiping out the illiteracy of 800 women in Menshiet Nasser and Misr El Quaddima." The target group of this project is poor marginalized women living in squatter areas whose ages range between 22- 60. (According to the 1996 Population Census, approximately half of all Egyptian women (age 10+) were illiterate.)

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Traineeship Winter 2005/6

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Pour un Sourire d'Enfant


6,000
Phnom-Penh, Cambodia
303

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

PSE started in 1995 the day we saw children eating in dump-site in Stung Meanchey in Phnom-Penh, Cambodia. We started to bring meals to the garbage dump, then returned to France to family and friends for help and returned to Cambodia to create "Pour un Sourire d'Enfant" (for a child's smile). We: Provide showers, meals, healthcare on the edge of the rubbish dump Give medical and nutritional monitoring and supplements and education Provide accommodation for orphans and those at risk Give material, social, medical and educational support for families Provide accommodation for students

http://pse.asso.fr http://pse.asso.fr/index.php?lang=en

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Traineeship Summer 2006

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team

Amani for Africa


www.Amani for Africa.org

6,900 Lusaka, Zambia

Solidarit Treasurers and Stage Committee

Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage

Yes
(brief details) Work done by the CCF Project Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made) Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

Overall the CCF supported the Mthunzi Dispensary Centre, 15km outside Lusaka, Zambia. Seven families live and 60 children from the city and the poor surrounding agricultural zones live at the centre. In addition to the dispensary, Munthzi also provides basic education for all the children from nearby villages and supports a program of land management, agricultural activity and animal breeding to help maintain the community.

Amani Onlus ONG Via Gonin, 8 - 20147 Milano tel +39 2 4895 1149 fax +39 2 4549 5237 segreteria@amaniforafrica.it Speranza Vigliani: s.vigliani@amaniforafrica.it

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Traineeship Winter 2006/7

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Maison des Enfants du Monde

20,000

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

Maison des Enfants du Monde is an NGO aiming to improve the living conditions of street-children in the developing countries by giving them access to housing, health care, education and vocational training so that they can be accepted back into society. Moreover, the association organises projects to improve the situation of children at risk, so that they do not end up living on the streets as a way of survival. The Association also carries out actions to heighten public awareness of the problem of street-children amongst the local communities and authorities, so that they can participate in helping the children be accepted back into society.

http://www.maisondesenfants.org Maison des Enfants du Monde Avenue des Villas 2 1060 Bruxelles Belgique +32 488 58 03 38
maisondesenfantsdumonde@gmail.com

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Traineeship Summer 2007

CCF Recipient

GHEI The Ghana Health and Education Initiative

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project

14,800

Ghana Humjibre and the BibianiAnhwiaso-Bekwai (BAB) District

How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team

Lucy Gilliam Winter 2007/8 Stage Committee Treasurer

Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage Work done by the CCF Project Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment made) Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient

. GHEIs mission is to enable communities in the BAB district of Ghana to improve their childrens health, learning success and opportunities by building local capacity and providing necessary resources and support. The main project the CCF funded was between 15 and 20 four year scholarships to children in senior secondary schools in Humjibre, Ghana. The second project is a malaria prevention program throughout the village and district.

Diana Rickard Executive Director Program Director GHEI PO Box 53 Sefwi Bekwai Western Region, GHANA info@ghei.org http://www.ghei.org/index.html

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Traineeship Winter 2007/8

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised

Tesape Pora
20,711 CCF First Place 14,011: Tesapa Pora CCF 2nd Place 5000: Samvedana CCF 3rd place: 1,700 Ak'Tenamit

Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Re Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage Work done by the CCF Project Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment made)

Paraguay

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient

The Tesape Pora Home (El Hogar Tesape Pora), welcomes children at risk. It operates in Villarrica in Paraguay and is run by Las Hijas de Mara Auxiliadora (The Helping Daughters of Mary), consecrated women who live in community and offer their lives in service of young people. CCF 2nd place: Samvedana, in Jaipur, India, strives to integrate the development of slums with a focus on children's education and health. http://www.samvedana.org.in/ CCF 3rd place: Ak Tenamit is a grass roots, Maya organization dedicated to improving health, education and family income in eastern Guatemala, www.aktenamit.org

http://www.fma.org.py/contacto.php http://www.facebook.com/group.php ?gid=25359731981 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= m0n_mSm-B6c Sor Venancio Gonzalez Casa provincial Maria Auxiliadora Antequera 727 Asuncion, Paraguay CC1108 22

Traineeship Summer 2008

CCF Recipient

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS AGAINST AIDS PROGRAMME (COPAAP)


19,900 Cameroon (Northwest Province) 150 Pavla Spondrova - stagiaire

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details) Work done by the CCF Project Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

COPAAP run workshops for community organizations to implement anti-HIV & AIDS projects. They provide technical and professional advice and supervision to the community organizations ranging from counseling and screening for HIV and orphan support projects to income generating projects for people living with HIV & AIDS and training community AIDS workers and counselors The CCF will be used to fund community income generating projects in 4 village communities in the Northwest Province of Cameroon.

COPAAP, P. O. Box 450, Bamenda, Cameroon, Dr. Achu Ngang Paul Tel.: 23777772827 pn_achu@yahoo.com copaapcam@yahoo.com
www.copaapcam.org

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Summer 2008 Contribution to Europe Tier Monde

ETM Recipient

CRADIB: Centre de Recherche et d'Action pour le Dveloppement des Initiatives la Base


1,900 Benin Cashew tree planting in Benin

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project Work done by the CCF Project

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

Cashew tree planting in Benin

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Traineeship Winter 2008/9

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

OSRA: Oromo self reliance association www.osrango.org


10,000

Ethiopia

Europe Third World

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

Well drilling in Ethiopia

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Traineeship Summer 2009

CCF Recipient

Panditarama Committee for Nargis victims


www.cyclonenargisfund.au
7,500 Burma

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Europe Third World

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

Water supply, schools & health centre rehabilitation in Burma

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Traineeship Winter 2009/10

CCF Recipient

Objectif
www.objectifo.org

& Electriciens Sans Frontires


www.electriciens-sansfrontieres.org
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

8,758 Senegal & Haiti

Europe Third World

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

Water sanitation in Senegal (7000) & Reconstruction in Haiti (1,758)

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Traineeship Summer 2010

CCF Recipient

CPCS: Child Protection Centers and Services www.cpcs-int.org


11,877 Nepal

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details) Work done by the CCF Project Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Europe Third World

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

Shelter and rehabilitation for street children in Nepal. CPCS focuses on the short-term goal of reducing the immediate dangers of street life for hundreds of Nepalese street children and on the long-term goal of the progressive and eventual reintegration of the street children into society. In particular, CPCS runs a shelter program for hundreds of children offering a range of services each month, including shelter, informal education, counselling, sport activities and a rehabilitation program. The money we raise through our activities will be used to continue the provision of these services and to finance the construction of more centres in other cities in Nepal in order to make more shelter programs available.

A normal source of fundraising for the CCF is a percentage of the profits of the National Parties. This didnt happen during the Summer Stage 2010

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Traineeship Winter 2010/11

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

SMVS: Sri Mayapur Vikas Sangha


www.smvs-india.org 5,300 West Bengal

Europe Third World

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

Micro credit and training for women in West Bengal, India. Aimed at empowering women, the project is operated by the NGO Sri Mayapur Vikas Sangha and enabled 50 women from disadvantaged backgrounds to set up their own micro-finance enterprise. For one year, 50 women will receive training in tailoring, financial and business skills. After completing the training they will receive a microloan and marketing assistance to create their own micro-enterprise with the aim of becoming self-reliant.

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Traineeship Summer 2011

CCF Recipient

Association Belgique Madagascar (ABM)


http://www.a-b-m.eu/ 10,000 to Europe Third World 6,389.38 given from this to ABM

CCF Amount Raised

Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details) Work done by the CCF Project Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Madagascar

Europe Third World

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

The project will enable the Association Belgique - Madagascar to buy and install a water-pump run by solar energy in Mangily a village on the west coast of Madagascar. The pump is for a local clinic providing the patients and the community with better hygiene and cleaner drinking water. A number of years ago Europe Third World funded the digging of a well. The well will now be connected to the Centre de Sant de Base (CSB). In 2009 the village clinic did 2,860 consultations, 61 deliveries, 543 vaccinations and weighed 582 children for nutritional surveillance. The clinic treats contagious disease and the clean water is imperative.

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Traineeship Winter 2011/12

CCF Recipient

Project for Irrigation and drinking water project presented by Father Andr VERHEYLEWEGEN, priest and doctor, responsible for the parish of Colquechaca 11,415.21 Euros Communities of Toruro and Qota (Bolivia) 55 marialeonorsales@gmail.com Europe Third World Europe Third World will provide us with the monitoring and final evaluation report
Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project

How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details) Work done by the CCF Project Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

The main objective is to build an irrigation and drinking water supply system in the communities of Toruro and Qota in the region of Colquechaca, North of Potosi, Bolivia. This system aims to help the two communities cope with water shortages. The project will establish 2 systems for water supply one to provide drinking and one for irrigational water. The project also foresees necessary work to install water pipes and filters in order to prevent waste and blockage. The project also foresees establishing an irrigational committee to ensure the functioning and the maintenance of the system.

There was no CCF Presentation Ceremony

The amount was raised exclusively by fundraising activities organized by the Stagiaires. No other organization was involved.

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Traineeship Summer 2012

CCF Recipient

Two Projects in the Democratic Republic of Congo Surgical Equipment for Ngaliema Childrens Hospital in Congo Kishasa Fisheries Project in the Lubefu region 4604.75 Democratic Republic of Congo, Kishasa and Lubefu

CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project

How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details) Work done by the CCF Project Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

veronika_orbetsova@yahoo.co.uk Europe Third World Europe Third World will provide us with monitoring and a final evaluation report
Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

Solidarity supported two projects in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The first project, developed by 'Chain of Hope' aims to provide surgical equipment to the Ngaliema Clinic in Kinshasa. The equipment will make expensive and difficult operations accessible to children who might not otherwise receive treatment. A specialised medical team will use the equipment to perform life-saving surgeries. The second project is a small-scale fisheries project in the Lubefu district of the Oriental Kasai region. The inhabitants of the area suffer from chronic lack of protein in their diet. The fisheries project endeavours to work for the improvement of the living conditions and to have a positive impact on the labour market in the region.

The amount was raised exclusively by fundraising activities organized by the Stagiaires. No other organisation was involved.

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Traineeship Winter 2012/2013

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

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Traineeship Summer 2013

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

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Traineeship Winter 2013/2014

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

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Traineeship Summer 2014

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

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Traineeship Winter 2014/2015

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

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Traineeship Summer 2015

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

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Traineeship Winter 2015/2016

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

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Traineeship Summer 2016

CCF Recipient
CCF Amount Raised Location of CCF Project How Many Stagiaires Voted Details of CCF Project Team Commission Officials Consulted Regarding the Project Follow-up of the Project by the CCF Project Team during the following Stage (brief details)

Work done by the CCF Project

Details of CCF Presentation Ceremony (CCF Contract signed & payment of the CCF made)

Final Report with Accounts Received from CCF Recipient (brief details)

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