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$14

BLANKET AND MOSQUITO NET

Mosquito nets need to be replaced yearly for each child. Keep a child free from malaria by keeping mozzies out.

$17

SCHOOL BAG AND STATIONARY FOR A STUDENT

A student will be given a school bag, pens, pencils and all books required for one school year.

$20

Closed Shoes

Closed shoes are a luxury. Unless children have been gifted these or saved for them, they are rare items.

$23

COUNSELLING

Counselling for survivors of human trafficking and trauma is essential for providing the best care and nurturing of victims.

$26

MONTHLY SCHOOL FEES

Education provides a critical opportunity for children to avoid a future of poverty.

$35

SPORT EQUIPMENT

Sporting kits for the whole school that include resources like soccer balls and badminton sets that encourage exercise and fun at school.

$39

10 FRUIT TREES FOR CHILDREN’S VILLAGES

Trees like mango, jack fruit, durian and cashew nut not only provide food but also shelter.

$43

ANTI TRAFFICKING OFFICER

In just one week a Child Protection Anti-trafficking Officer can educate over 300 vulnerable families where children are routinely targeted for sexual exploitation.

$49

5 HYGIENE KITS

Kits for children include toothpaste, a toothbrush, baby oil, a flannel, soap, nail clippers and sanitation pads.

$61

SANDALS FOR A FULL HOUSE

The number of children living with houseparents vary but this will enable us to provide open toe sandals to a family.

$66

BAG OF RICE

100kg of rice will feed approximately 26 children for 2 months.

$95

19 CHICKENS

An egg a day can enhance growth in resource-poor communities.

$324

1 MONTH MEDICAL TERTIARY FEES

The cost of fees for a student studying medicine can generally be covered only through options such as sponsorship. This is an 8.5 year course in Cambodia for example and is one of the key areas that service a need in health services for the communities in which the graduates serve. ICCA is one of the only sponsorship programs that offer support from primary school through to graduation in a tertiary institution.

$432

1 MICROFINANCE BUSINESS LOAN

Microfinance, also known as microcredit is about providing people living in poverty with a small loan to run a small business. This hand up program, empowers families through training and earning a sustainable livelihood through activities such as sewing or fishing.

$814

1 WATER BUFFALO

Children’s Village in the Philippines need a carabao (native water buffalo) for farming.

$879

1 COW

Cows are valuable livestock that can provide milk & dairy to use or to sell and can be hired out to be used like oxen.

$940

4 SEWING MACHINES

Four sewing machines ($230x4=920) will provide essential tools for unskilled workers to be trained with tools of trade. Bags, bedding, uniforms and other items provide a regular income to a mum who wants to own her own business and provide for her family.

$4815

1 TUKTUK

A tuk tuk enables project leaders to cart people and services between vocational training centres and suppliers or buyers.