Our current project
Children's home La Buena Semilla, Peru
With our fifth and current project we are financing the renewal of the well system and the water tower. The aim is to improve the water quality and hygiene of children and their carers in the La Buena Semilla children's home in the Amazon of Peru.
The Isaiah Foundation is a Canadian organization that is commited in Peru for abandoned and abused children. The home is about 10 kilometers outside the village of Puerto Maldonado and offer a haven for 10-12 children aged 4-6 years.
The home exists since 2009 and in the past 10 years the well system has deteriorated and the water tower is in danger of collapsing. Accordingly, the water quality has decreased significantly.
The renovation should not only allow better filtering to be installed in the future but also ensure clean water when the house is expanded.
Responsibility e.V. finances this important investment with the help of your donation.
Our completed projects
Children's home Manuela, Bali
Our fourth project did target the water supply and sanitation of children and their caregivers in the children's homes Manuela I and II in Balangan - Bali, Indonesia.
The Foundation for Leprosy and Child Relief in Indonesia is committed to help lepers, orphans and otherwise impoverished children in Indonesia, and operates local hospitals and children's homes. This includes the children's home Manuela I and II in the village Balangen, which is located on a limestone hill. As a result, water seeps underground very quickly and water was only found at a depth of 100m.
The biggest concern of the children's homes is the maintenance of electricity. As part of the buildings and to ensure a smooth power supply, the children's home is forced to install emergency generators. The state is unfortunately unable to deliver electricity without interruptions. Without this stream not a drop of water is coming from the taps in the children's home. So there is no food, no clean children and the toilets are not working.
To provide a power supply even during the regular power outages, which could take up to 2-3 days, the installation of own power generators is the only solution.
Responsibility e.V. contributed to the financing of a generator for the children's home in Balangan and was able to support the redemption of short-term loans in March 2020.
Kandyaa Child Protection Centre
Our third and current project aims to improve the living conditions of children and their care takers at the Kandyaa Child Protection Centre in Sodoké, Togo.
The children at Kandyaa are victims of brutal violence, exploitation, child trafficking, social exclusion and gross neglect. Many of them have been abused, ostracized and expelled as so-called witch children. Children in these emergency situations are able to find temporary shelter, protection, and psychosocial care at this state-recognized institution. Where possible, children within the centre’s care are prepared for family and social reintegration.
To supply the centre with basic food stuffs, Kandyaa has its own farm only 8 km from the institution. At the farm, chickens, rabbits, and sheep are kept, and fruits and vegetables, such as corn, beans, yams, and peanuts are cultivated. In recent months, the farm has developed into a protective environment for agricultural education of older children (14 years and older). With this growth in services, the current simple latrine and small washroom is no longer sufficient.
With the help of your donation, the RESPONSIBILITY Club will fund the installation of a new, gender-separated sanitary facility to improve hygiene standards at the child protection centre.
Following successful completion of the Club’s first project in December 2017, our second project centred on supporting healthcare workers at the Matyazo Hospital in Tanzania.
The Matyazo Hospital is a Tanzanian medical care facility located approximately 45 km northeast of Kigoma. The hospital is an important facility for obstetrics in the Kigoma Region, where more than 1300 babies are delivered, and nearly 1200 surgeries are performed each year.
Through donations from employees and fundraising activities held throughout the year, the RESPONSIBILITY Club was able to successfully raise the $4,800 USD necessary to purchase the surgical lamp. The funds for the surgical lamp were officially donated in July, 2018.
General Trias Medicare Hospital
In situations where patients must be transported to healthcare facilities with greater medical capabilities, there were few safe and reliable transportation options available.
Thanks to your donations, patients are now able to be safely transported to and from the hospital.