Many people live in constricting situations. GAiN (Global aid Network) provides structural assistance to people and organizations that need it, but often does not receive or qualify for help. We do this through large scale and individual projects.
GAiN includes structural assistance in Israel, Ukraine, Romania, Slovenia and South Africa.
After the severe earthquake in January 2010, GAiN was involved in a reconstruction project in Haiti. The children's Village Ca-Ira was partly destroyed. GAiN began with the rebuilding of the sleeping areas, school and sanitary facilities.
Projects Saeed is a Christian Palestinian who lives in Israel. That's why he doesn't hear anything. GAiN helped him among other with food and clothing and repairing his laptop. Saeed later mailed, "Many thanks for your help to my family and the other families of the city. We appreciate the support in different ways. (...) The made PC is a boon to me and my family, it makes communication much easier. "
Aid projects often leads to a cooperate effort of also the four other GAiN-spearheads. In addition, assistance is often provided through the network and from local churches, so that they also get opportunities to proclaim the Gospel to their compatriots.
Afghanistan | Medical supplies issued at hospitals. Assistance to returning refugees.
Benin | Medical rural clinics furnished, broadcasting medical/trauma teams and water wells beaten.
Ethiopia | 3 months food aid to 2500 people from the drilling tribe in Ethiopia
Haiti (before the earthquake) | Supply of seeds, clothing and food to needy families. Providing hospital beds and medical devices.
Haiti (after the earthquake) | Supplying materials for construction and repair work. Guiding (groups) volunteers who help to rebuild.
Israel | Warm houses project for Holocaust survivors, support to Domari in Jerusalem.
North Korea | Providing baby food, food and clothing to orphans.
Paraguay | Supply of food and clothing to poor families in the countryside.
Romania | Structural aid by means of various projects among the Roma population.
Slovenia | Relief goods for various Roma settlements.
South Africa | Child care Assistance and a sewing project in the slums.
Sudan | Supply of food to Darfur-refugees and displaced persons in southern Sudan.
Uganda | Delivery of food and clothing for orphans and street children.
Ukraine | Structural aid to Roma, Jewish people and other vulnerable groups in society.