Two Organizations helping to Save and Protect Animals!

See what these 2 organizations are doing to help save and protect animals abroad!

IAR- International Animal Rescue– provides aid of the suffering animals with hands-on rescue. IAR helps return animals to their natural habitat, and provides sanctuaries for animals that can no longer survive in the wild. IAR also is a big partner with other organizations and government departments who work together to develop sound legislation to protect animals.

SPANASociety for the Protection of Animals Abroad provides free veterinary care, emergency response to animals in foreign countries and helps the families that are dependent on these animals. SPANA also provides educational programs in schools to give children a better understanding of the welfare of animals and the protection of the the environment!

Love Africa?

Why not become involved with one of these 5 charities?

These charities include helping educate, feed and build all throughout Africa! Find one your interested in today! 

  1. Aid for Africa– Dedicated to helping children, families, and communities throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. Aid for Africa programs focus on health, education, economic development, arts & culture, conservation, and wildlife protection in Africa

2. RIPPLE Africa  – helping young Malawians reach their potential through the development of local education.

3. Send A Cow-  helping African families and orphans grow enough food to eat, sell and develop small businesses that last. Help provide livestock, seeds, training and support.

4. Together4Africa –  a coalition of UK registered charities working with local grassroots organizations in Africa. Members have agreed to work together as ‘a partnership of equals’ for a common purpose.

5. Zane Zimbabwe – helping redevelop communities who are currently in crisis and assisting people in becoming self-sufficient.

Find a charity in Africa today! You can help! 

Africa Needs You.

Africa is the second largest continent in the world, where approximately 1,500 languages are spoken. Africa makes up for 15% of the world’s population with approximately 1 billion people! With this large of population comes several issues including poverty and HIV/AIDS and lack of education.

 

Fortunately, several charities in Africa are all dedicated to solving the complex inter related challenges facing Africa. Members of these charities have a passionate desire to help the people of Africa solve critical problems and build a better future for their children and communities. These organizations touch all aspects of the Africa community by distributing basic school supplies, medical aid and services, and basic necessities. Africa needs your help to stop this fight against hunger and common disease. Africa Needs You.

Did you know…?

Africa is the fastest growing region on earth and faces the most serious shortages of food and water. In 2010, approximately 239 million people in Sub Saharan Africa were considered hungry.

Besides the lack of appropriate health care and nutrition, HIV/AIDS is a major health issues in Africa. In 2010, an estimated 22.9 people living with HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa. Approximately 90% of the 16.6 million children orphaned by AIDS  live in sub-Saharan Africa. Tragically, the children of Africa suffer the most from this epidemic.

Interesting Facts!

  • There are fewer people with internet access in the entire Africa than in New York City alone.
  • Nigeria is the most populated country in Africa with an estimated population of 125-145 million people.
  • 27-28% of all children in sub-Saharan Africa are estimated to be underweight or stunted.
  • 90%  malarial deaths are accounted for in Africa
  • 574 million people live without electricity in sub-Saharan Africa
  • 1 in 5 adults HIV positive, live in South Africa.
  • 13 out of 15 million AIDS orphans living around the world, live in Africa.
  • 67% of people with HIV/AIDS in the entire world, live in Africa.
  • Half the population of Africa lives on less that US$1 a day.
  • 72% of urban Africa’s citizens are home to slums.
  • Average life expectancy in Africa is only 46 years.
  • 5,500 people die of AIDS per day in Africa.

If you make more then US $1 a day, and have electricity and a roof over your head and a bed to sleep in, you are more wealthy then 75% of people in the world.

Africa Needs You. Help a charity for the people and children in Africa today. You can make a difference.

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