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One world Foundation not only works in United, We also help tackle underlying cause of poverty so that people can become self- sufficient around the world.

Recognizing women and children suffer disproportionately from poverty and diseases, we place special emphasis on creating the best public health educationand resources for women head of households to create permanent social change. 

                                                                     
Current projects are:
  • Support for Orphelinat Bon Samaritin De Massade, Haiti
  •  Cameroon: Public Health, Promotion and Prevention
  • Guinea Conakry: Assisting with medical supplies for Danka and Ignasden Hospitals


Support for Orpheliant Bon Samaritin De Massade, Haiti


One World Foundation plans to work with Good Samaritan Orphanage in Maissade which at the moment looks 25 orphans and will increase capacity if it had the resources.

Our  Investigation reviled that orphanage  needs:


1- Bunk beds, mattress, sheets, dressers
2- Metal cabinets for the records
3- Supply standard ( pen,notebook,textbooks for early grades, book bags)
4- Honda generator
laptop to better help children with technological education.



Cameroon- Public Health, Promotion and Prevention


Cameroon, a country in central and western Africa is borded by Nigeria, Chad, Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Republic of the Congo. Its estimated population is 19,711,291.
 
Needs:

In  September 2010, a cholera outbreack erupted through Cameroon and has severely inflicted the population. The outbreak has been going on 43 weeks now. In the region of Littoral, Specialists have recorded 16 out 19 districts were stricken by the epidemics.
  • 1500 patients observed, 48 deaths recorded in 38 weeks in 16 districts of the province ( Littoral ).
  • Highest number of patients observed per week: 16
  • In summary, the cholera epidemic has been stabilized in the Littoral. ( May 18, 2011).

Reasons for epidemic:
  • Lack of access to clean water
  • Poor hygiene
  • Movement of the population in and out of Littoral Zone  spreads and increases contamination. ( May 18,2011)

Emergency Needs:

Dues to the lack of funds, labor and equipment, the cameroonian government has had difficulty eradicating this and any epidemic. As a result, they request assistance in the following areas:

  • Education and Prevention Specialists
  • Advertasing & Communication
  • Clinical Centers

Source: Dr. Jean Dissongo II, Permanent Secretary, Control Center and Coordination of Cholera ( C4) Public Health Delegation, Littoral.

        
 
Guinea Conakry Assisting with medical supplies for Danka and Ignasden Hospitals
 
The Republic of Guines Conakry is a small country located in West Africa between Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, Gambia and Gunea Bissau. Its has been estimated population od 10,200,000.
                                                     
Needs:


A representative of the foundation visited Guinea in September 2010 and twice this years to access the needs of the populations. Reported below is the conclusion of the assessments:
  • Guinea Conakry needs assistance with its school system  and infrastructure. Its student population requests assistance with providing school supplies and clothing.
     
  • In the city of Conakry, the representive visited school for students with disabilities. The School serves the blind, deaf and those who are unable to walk. 91% of those who are unable to walk don't have access to the wheelchair.
     
  • In addition, in the city of Conakry, two hospitals names Donka and Ignasden requested medical supplies, furniture and medication.
     
  • Danka needs mattress, medecine, and any sort of the hospital supplies and equipment. Currently, patients bring their own carpets to sleep on.
     
  • Ignasden need beds/cots and medication.


Emergency Needs:

Guineans have encountered a variety of issues, but poverty remains the main concern. From our investigations, the target has mostly been focusof the poor. Their emergency needs of Guinea are followed:
  • School supplies
  • Clothes and shoes
  • Food
  • First aid kits
  • Hospital beds
  • Weelchairs
  • Medical Supplies
  • Medecine
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