Since the peak of the migration crisis in 2015, AMURTEL has worked to create safe women’s spaces for highly vulnerable refugee/migrant mothers and infants from pregnancy through two years after birth.
AMURTEL has had a presence in Haiti for over 20 years, partnering with local people to provide a children’s home, schools, clinics, literacy programs, reforestation initiatives, micro credit finance, and women’s leadership programs.
Uma Nivas, a women’s community development project in West Bengal, was founded in 1978, with the goal of creating education, health care, and employment opportunities for women and girls.
Abha Light Foundation (ALF) has been working in villages throughout Kenya since 1998 to provide economically viable, affordable, and effective primary health care to the poor.
The Lotus Children’s Center works with vulnerable children and families in Ulan Bator to provide the basic human rights of shelter, food, education, and healthcare.
Sabana Grande is a very poor, semi-rural area of Managua. The WWD-F Foundation/Bien Mujer opened a clinic focused on healing through naturopathic medicine while basing its fees on patients’ incomes.
AMURTEL Peru has been working in Paraiso Alto, a neighborhood on the outskirts of Lima since 2001.
The AMURTEL Family children’s home opened in 1995 and has since served 20 children that are now adults, many with families of their own.
Baan Unrak's primary mission is to provide housing, food, education, emotional support and opportunities to vulnerable children on the Thai-Myanmar border.
Centro Madre seeks to improve the quality of people’s lives in Venezuela through personal and community transformation. We stimulate self-sufficiency through community development projects, educational opportunities, and agricultural food security projects.