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The Welfare and Humanitarian Fund

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Pay in eBucks: eB1000

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Welfare and Humanitarian

The primary objective of the welfare and humanitarian fund is to save lives, alleviate suffering, and maintain human dignity. Our aim is to assist in strengthening the capacity of local communities and improve their chances of having access to basic needs as well as empowering them to access and gain skills and support in the fight against poverty and other social challenges.

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  • Community development - Objectives - to provide support in improving the institutional structures, economic situation and resource management in the poor communities of South Africa.
  • Emergency Relief - Objectives - to provide support in instances where there is clear evidence that an event, or series of events, that has occurred will cause human suffering or imminently threatens lives or livelihoods, and is of a magnitude that exceeds the ability of those affected, to cope with its effects using their own resources.
  • Poverty Alleviation - Objectives - to provide support to those fighting poverty in order to reduce and /or alleviate same using a set of measures, both economic and humanitarian, intended to permanently lift people out of poverty.
  • Help the needy - Objectives - to support the least fortunate of people especially vulnerable and destitute women and children, through means of shelter, food, primary healthcare and education, to provide relief to elderly people, to support the needs of people living with disabilities and bring a semblance of normality to their lives.

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