"Life's most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?"

- Martin Luther King Jr.

The ”Shelter” Project - 2019

After our project in February, we could not leave a family with 11 children and a grandmother living without safe "shelter", running water, a kitchen or a bathroom.

Thanks for the strong support of family and friends we could provide all this just before the rainy season started.

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The "Convenient Project" - 2019

We are committed to help children and their families break out of poverty. This March we built 14 Sari-Sari Stores (mini convenient stores), 15 food-carts and distributed 200 T-shirts in 3 cities (Lipa, Antipolo, Las Pinas) in the Philippines.

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The ”Flip-Flop Project” - 2018

At the end of the year, just before Christmas we distributed more than 600 slippers to children and adults in Santa Marcela village, Apayao province, northern Philippines. 

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The ”Clean Up Project” - 2018

In the beginning of 2018, we cleaned up a schoolyard full of rubble and built a small building for a library / computer room for the children in Antipolo. With the rest of the donations we distributed schoolbags full of stationary in Bataan in the Philippines.

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The "Garden Project" - 2017

In 2017, on two weekends in December, we refurbished a kindergarten's playground in Nissin city Japan. Swings, monkey bars, slides, climbers, the pool, outdoor toilets and storage were repainted and old tires were reused to set up a new tire-garden for the children.

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The "Gold-digger Project" - 2017

In 2017, we fixed roofs, walls, gates and fences in three schools, distributed stationary and clothes to more than 600 students and hand drilled wells in five of the poorest communities in Siem Reap province in Cambodia.

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© 2019 by ECCL

Library / Computer Room Project