Completed Projects

Blood Analyser

A blood analyser is a vital tool for the SIL clinic in the central highlands of PNG. The clinic has long provided life-saving and life-prolonging medical care for local Papua New Guineans. At the clinic, they often see undiagnosed diseases (commonly diabetes and heart disease) that result in a diminished quality of life. The current
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100.0% of $20,000 funded

Books for Remote Schools PNG

English is the official language of education in PNG but a lack of materials, as well as training for teachers, severely limits the ability of students to reach the required standards of English. Through a partnership with schools in north Queensland and a training workshop run by SIL-PNG we have the opportunity to improve the
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100.0% of $4,000 funded

COVID-19 Relief

The pandemic continues to disrupt the target communities of our project partners. Some areas are in strict lockdown but in other areas restrictions have been easing. We created the COVID-19 Relief project to help deal with relief needs in multiple locations. Until April 2021, our focus has been toward communities in existing projects in Bangladesh,
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36.8% of $200,000 funded

Bilua

This project is to assist locals in Vella in the west of the Solomon Islands to start work on a dictionary in their own language. Solomon Islands is a country with many small islands and more than 70 languages, many of which are under threat of extinction. The Vella language community is very eager to
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100.0% of $9,000 funded

Iamalele Literacy PNG

The Iamalele people live on West Fergusson Island in the Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea. During the 1980s, a literacy programme was established for the Iamalele people. Pre-readers, primers and teachers’ guides were produced as well as additional reading books about their customs, traditional dress as well as hunting and fishing stories. In
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100.0% of $5,000 funded

South Asia 2 – X-Ray Machine

This project is for the purchase of an x-ray machine for a small hospital.
The heart of our partner organisation is to assist remote communities in its area to thrive – especially minority groups that do not have easy access to the resources available to majority communities. Having a small but well equipped hospital and mobile clinic is one of the main ways that our partner is able to provide this assistance at a reasonable cost.

100.0% of $16,000 funded

Sentani Disaster Relief

On Saturday, 16 March 2019, a flash flood swept through the town of Sentani in the province of Papua, Indonesia. Storms and rain that continued for several days caused massive damage to the area, with landslides occurring down the main mountain and surrounding areas. More than 100 people lost their lives and around ten thousand
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58.2% of $10,000 funded

Kanite Literacy PNG

This project is fully funded. Thank you for your support! In the remote areas of PNG small communities often struggle to achieve education and literacy goals. This project aims to support the literacy of the Kanite people in the Eastern Highlands. Low literacy has a significant impact on the well-being of the community with reduced
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100.0% of $5,200 funded

Togo-Moba Literacy Training

How do you provide literacy training for leaders when they are unable to attend physical classes?  In Togo, Africa, face to face literacy training can only occur in the dry season, which runs for five months. To meet this need, Wycliffe Relief and Development sponsored staff in an existing literacy program in the Moba language
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100.0% of $6120 funded

Kerala India Disaster Relief

The head of a partner organisation in India reports that the province of Kerala in India is in crisis after recent flooding. The floods have had an impact from Kasaragod in the north to Thiruvananthapuram in the south. A red alert has been declared in all 14 districts. News reports indicate that 800,000 people have
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50.0% of $10,000 funded
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