Mattie Weston leads our FWLPs. He shares the vision:
FWLP’s are incredibly unique because they grow from responding to the specific needs of each individual community visited in person. As I travel to remote villages where resources and supplies can be very scarce, I love to connect with the locals first – to build relationships within the community. It then becomes very clear – through their own words and seeing where they are talking about, what is going to benefit the most vulnerable people as well as the community as a whole.
Primarily, the projects begin with water-harvesting – if the community suffers from water insecurity in any way. Everyone needs a source of clean water. Especially the children. Especially the vulnerable. Without it life doesn’t happen.
From this starting point, Projects can then be anything that improves health, education and promotes quality family and community life.
Some of the Projects already completed include: Uganda: Water harvesting, School Playground Built, Painting Children’s Hospital Wing, Water system maintenance, Roof restoration, Solar systems for homes, Food Nutrition Provision Rwanda: Water harvesting, Water system maintenance, Food Nutrition Provision Kenya: Orphanage built, Ongoing Food Nutrition Program, Water harvesting, Water system maintenance, Solar systems for homes Ethiopia: Water harvesting, Water system maintenance, Solar systems for homes Mozambique:Home restoration after floods Swaziland: Solar for home which included educational homework centre Haiti:Water harvesting, Water system maintenance Columbia: Assisted with Food provision for vulnerable students, Provision of resources to learn English Peru: Provision of resources to learn English Dominican Republic: Home restoration Jamaica: Roof restoration, Water harvesting Bali: Animal Sanctuary Shelters Philippines: Solar for homes Thailand: Single Mum’s Home Building Burma: Solar Provision for School Australia: Roof restoration, Home painting
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