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SUPPORT THE CHILDREN

ELIMM is an association, situated in Belgium wich is dedicated to strenghten the most vulnerable in our society.

 

Our projects focus on children and women and give assistance tailored to the individual and groups.

We mainly work around basic human needs such as housing, health, education, employment, law, participation and entertainment with a strong team of volunteers and a qualified expert in poverty and social exclusion.

We approach and encourage these precious people and together we seek out their gifts, talents and dreams.

AFRICA  PROJECTS

ELIMM Needs your support for the various projects.

We stand for the most vulnerable in the society .

This can be done on the number

BE76 0004 3662 5995 or via the number

BE77 9731 6747 1342

or via https://www.paypal.me/ELIMM

We mainly work with people who want to volunteer in Belgium and Africa. Poverty and social exclusion is a complex problem . It is a tangle that affects all basic needs and is difficult to bridge alone. Together we set up smaller projects to collect for our cause in Africa. Together with the local church in Gulu (Uganda/Africa) we assist the community with advice and support. Education, housing, health, work, law, participation and culture are the various domains we work with. Above all, we empower people so that they can be self-sustainable. If you feel called upon, please feel free to contact us via Email: Marlaineedas@gmail.com.

ELIMM FOR UGANDA is a 4th pillar association that focuses on church community and various organizations in the capital of Kampala and Mbale, and other districts in East Africa, Kenya and the Republic Congo we work together on projects around empowerment and trained expertise in poverty and social exclusion. The association was founded in 2016 and is a member of the Solidarity Action and Advisory Council in Sint - Niklaas (Gross) and the Province of East Flanders. Elimm consists of an enthusiastic voluntary team, of which Vandendriessche Marlaine is the founder. Our goal is aimed at both helping church and congregation and putting the less fortunate back in their strength with a view to child and family and the development of the basic needs in the different areas of life. (Education, housing, health, participation, leisure, law, work) This gives us the opportunity to look at life from a different perspective. We encourage various target groups to discover their own strengths and talents and to reflect on their own self-image.

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