Achieved projects - Association Aupadama

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Achieved projects

  

Achiewed projects


 Date
Country
Project
December 2006
Switzerland
Creation of the Aupadama Association.
2008
Tibet
Building a greenhouse to grow vegetable close to Kartso (with local partner Peu-La Association).
Purchase of a small tractor for the school of Kartso to enable children to facilitate the collection of water from the local river.
Since 2008 (yearly project)
Switzerland
Project “families in Leysin”. A number of families in need are invited to spend holidays in the swiss Alps. Families are selected by our project partners, the Social Centers in Renens and in Prilly.
2009
to
2013
Tibet
Financing food for children of the Jokpo school as well as salaries for the teacher and the cook (with local partner Peu-La Association).
2011
Vietnam
Building of a maternal school.
2012
Cambodia
Distributing bread and clothing to village children of the Siem Reap region.
Since 2012 (yearly project)
Tibet
Support to a health program which aims to fight against high child death rate. Building "lums", therapeutic bathtubs using tibetan plants to help children suffering from bone deformities.
2012
to 2015
Cambodia

Distributing seeds for the cultivation of vegetables to families to help them improve their living standards and the well-being of their chidren by giving them better food and access to education.
2013
Vietnam
Renovation of a home hosting unwed mothers and their children.
2014
Tibet

Building greenhouses to grow vegetable in two villages of the Northern Provinces, helping the schools of these two villages.
2014
Vietnam
Building of a new maternal school
Since 2015 (yearly project
Switzerland
Creation of a fund allowing children to go on camps with "le Mouvement de la Jeunesse Suisse Romande (MJSR)"
Since 2015 (yearly project
Cambodia
Support of a reception center for street children with the Association Buddhism for Social Development Action (BSDA)
2016
Vietnam
Renovation of a home for orphaned children (Bao Loc)
2018
Switzerland
Financing of a camp to promote the integration of young refugees and asylum seekers who have come to Switzerland without their families, in collaboration with "le Mouvement de la Jeunesse Suisse Romande (MJSR)"
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