Q:
You are doing an amazing job as an organization in creating awareness for Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority Countries to get on the donor registry. How can I support this campaign from here in South Africa?( South Africa)

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South Africa has an existing donor registry and a test free system for voluntary donors, the pressurizing need in South Africa is to create stronger awareness via campaign to get more numbers on the donor registry to save lives. Here is one way you can come in. We are also contactable for further support.

Q:
It’s great to know that you are working on a program to bridge the educational gap, for children with disabilities. I am passionate about this! How do you plan to achieve it? (Cameroon)

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We are planning to work with hospitals and communities in building a learning programme and structures that will work in bridging the existing educational gap for long term ill children while in the hospital or at home, helping them meet with required curriculum standards. This will be presented in ways that learning can be fun and engaging while still achieving successful academic progress for their age without being far left behind.

Q:
I have tried to support your plan to create a center for underprivileged children through theGoFundMe but it’s not allowing me make a donation. (Angola)

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We have received the same complaint severally. Unfortunately the GoFundMe created for this project is not supporting donation from most African countries but majorly can accept donations from Europe. We are still seeking ways to resolve this. You can make your donations via our general donation page. 👉
https://www.safehavenhope.com/donation/donate-to-safe-haven-a-ray-of-hope/
This donation will not be restricted to this project but serve for the general work of the organization.

Q:
I can see you do lots of giving programmes in UK and Nigeria. Do you do any in Gambia where I come from?(Gambia)

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Our vision is to extend our helping hands to the underprivileged child and children with disabilities no matter where they are. The charity has recently received a long list of requests for support from different parts of the world. We are trying but presently do not have what it takes to reach out to everyone.

Q:
Please I want to know when the ‘The Best Version of You’ project that involves training children between the ages of 12-17 years old will commence.

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Presently, the team is still putting structural plans in place to commence training. We will make a public announcement before its commencement.

Thank you for all of your questions.
Safe Haven-a Ray of Hope remains committed to you.