Speranta in Isus (Hope in Jesus) is registered with the Australian Charities and Non-for-profits Commission. More details

HOW CAN YOU GIVE HOPE

CHILD HOPE Provides nourishment, clothing, health and education. GIVE HOPE
ELDERLY HOPE Provides nourishment, clothing, housing and health. GIVE HOPE
SUPPORT HOPE Provides the resources we need to administer and run the charity. GIVE HOPE
COMMUNITY HOPE Provides help through a community house and out-reach programs. GIVE HOPE

ABOUT MOLDOVA

Moldova officially the Republic of Moldova is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe located between Romania to its west and Ukraine to its north, east and south. Its capital city is Chișinău. Moldova is the poorest country in Europe. According to UN Development Program report 8.1% of the population was living below the international poverty line of US$ 1.25 a day in 2000-2007 and 48.5% of the population was living below the national poverty line in 2000-2006. The official language of Moldova is Romanian, a Romance language related to Italian, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. Moldova is famous for its fertile soil, excellent climate and wine production. The people are well educated, however as the economy is not strong many people between the ages of 20 and 50 live and work overseas. Moldova is currently planning to join the EU, however it will take several years before this is finalised and the related economic benefits start to flow.

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UPCOMING PROJECTS

Transport Van (A$20,000)

We need a van so that the field volunteers can visit and take supplies like food, medicine, or firewood to the needy; transport children and the elderly to medical appointments, the community centre, for education, or for needed supplies; and prepare for special events, like anti drug, anti alcohol or anti abuse programs.




Community House (A$25,000)

The community house in Leova, a small service town on the Prut river in the west of Moldova, is the centre of our outreach program. It will be a place of refuge where people can come for help including: keeping warm in the minus 20 degree winters, have a hot shower, wash their clothes using our machines and electricity, have a consultation and receive basic treatment from a nurse or doctor, or access food from our canteen. In addition the community centre is where we run our education programs, youth days, centre for advice, and allow people to socialise both with friends and our volunteers.




Canteen refurbishment (A$1,500)

These funds will be used to provide necessary shelving and storage facilities, appliances, utilities and to repair the floor. This canteen is used every day to cook and provide food for those who would otherwise go hungry.




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