South Asia 1 – Education and healthcare
0% of $17,000 at 19-Aug-2019
Traditionally hunter-gatherers, people in these communities survive on whatever fruit and tubers they manage to find each day in the forest. Plagued by malnourishment and subsequent medical problems, these groups have no access to doctors or medical facilities. Living on the edge of poverty, they face further challenges due to illiteracy, unemployment, and wild animal attacks.
The Wycliffe Foundation is supporting a range of activities in two language communities to help provide education, health and hygiene, livelihood development and leadership development.
See the Wycliffe Foundation website for more information.