Mulago Hospital is the main government hospital in Kampala, where FCF Project RadioActive Productions is based. A visit to the pediatric ward reveals cribs, as many as could be squeezed in, lining the rooms.
A series of 2-day camps focus on teaching English skills as well as drug<br /> prevention classes.
Misha is a 2nd-year medical student who we originally met 3 years ago when his rap group performed at our anti-drug function. At the time Misha had a drinking problem and was so drunk the day of the performance that he fell off the stage and broke his leg!
"You helped us when the tsunami ravaged us. We have come to return the favor."<br /> This declaration came straight from the hearts of fishermen from Kovalam, as they set out to rescue beleaguered flood victims in nearby Chennai (Madras).
After December’s tsunami, mobile phones became lifelines. Landlines were down & communications very difficult. Targeting this need, Family Care Foundation purchased mobile phones to be given away to select individuals.
Many Latin countries are challenging when it comes to getting much needed humanitarian aid through Customs.
Over the past 6 years, FCF Project New Horizons has watched Wagholi School grow from a modest 43 students (in 2001) to the current 405 – an increase of 840%.
FCF project partner, Matumaini (“Hope”) in Durban, South Africa, has been supporting the AIDS orphanage sector of society for a number of years.
It all started at a French restaurant in Phnom Penh where we met French Canadian artist, Richard Trembley who offered to give free Creative Art classes to the orphans of the Kolap 4 orphanage at our Tuol Sleng center.
Edu-Vision International Services (EIS) provides qualitative education for children from less privileged rural communities in the Abuja region of Nigeria.support their families and be self-sufficient.
PCs at the AIM center remain a big hit with the kids, who otherwise would not have an opportunity to use one.Russian youngsters enjoying what a computer can do!T
In June, Chile experienced its worst flooding in a century, which left hundreds of thousands homeless.
Just two months after the NATO bombing stopped the war in Kosovo, and at great personal risk, the Healing Hearts, Kosovo team, began their work
After a year of group therapy, one of the gangs in town is gone
Over $80,000 of medicine and medical attention provided to 430 needy families.