We welcome you all
We want to make a difference for the many children and young people living in challenging conditions across the Asian-Pacific. Social conditions affect, unfortunately, many children and youths, and they are the reason our organization was founded and, indeed, that we want to help.
We have great respect for the other organizations that also do a great job in the area. We just think that still more can be done for the many disadvantaged children and young people. We believe in our endless efforts; we can help more and more children and young people.
Several of us can proudly say we have worked in the global organization, Doctors Without Borders (MSF), and think it’s a solid platform with so many brave and resourceful people; it’s an organization we deeply admire, especially since they also ensure that the largest portion of the money raised actually reaches those in need and because of the high level of truth and respect for the human being the organization demonstrates in their communications.
We work based on many firm principles, partly to ensure the collected funds reach the children and young people we aim to help. You can, therefore, be sure that the money you donate produces the highest yield.
Médecins Sans Frontières
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World Health Organization
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International Committee of the Red Cross
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