With the support of and through our accredited partners in Australia, we support more than 40 projects worldwide.

You can view our Projects by selecting the country they are located in:


Impact Foundation

Support for prevention and treatment of disability that can be fixed, as well as nurses training for 3 years.

Glencoe Foundation ‘Walk for Life’

Treatment of club foot condition in infants using the Ponsetti Technique.

Children On The Edge

Providing education to disadvantaged children and refugee Rohingya children in non-formal settings.

Impact Foundation – ‘Proshanti’

Providing treatment via surgical correction and other conservative methods for women living with prolapse.
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M'Lop Tapang

Funding reintegration of street children back to school and home in Sihanoukville.

Angkor Hospital for Children

Supporting paediatric hospital based in Siem Reap.

Childrens Surgical Centre

Providing orthopaedic, and ENT surgeries for children in Phnom Penh.


​A diabetes education project utilising peer networks.

Friends International

​Supporting their work with marginalised children in Cambodia through unrestricted funding.
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Ethiopia and Tanzania

Maternity Africa

Working with a maternity hospital and birthing centres providing volunteer obstetricians that provide obstetric surgery training throughout East Africa.​
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Ruben Centre

​Funded various programs for this program that provides free schooling for 1700 children in the Mukuru slum in Kenya. Vocational training, health clinic, micro finance, nutrition and HIV programs.
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Centre for International Child Health (CICH)

​University of Melbourne, Royal Children's Hospital. Training for paediatricians and other health workers in Laos, improving quality of care and the use of WHO guidelines.
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Medical Action Myanmar

​Primary Health care and HIV treatment.

Charity Health Foundation Nepal (CHFN)

​Nepali surgeons providing free cataract surgery for over 40,000 people in rural Myanmar and providing work opportunities and training to locals

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Papua New Guinea

Spacim Pikinini

​Rotary project to provide access for poor women to Family Planning using long term contraceptive implants.

Marie Stopes PNG

​Supporting nurses dedicated to family planning services, specifically in the provision of long acting reversible contraceptives (LARCS) in post-natal wards of two general hospitals
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Thai-Burma border

Mae Tao Clinic

​Medical and social support for Burmese migrants.

Karen Women Organisation

​Support for women, children and community empowerment on the Thai-Burma border.
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