Our impact The difference we make The difference we make The difference we make: around the world With significant projects around the world already completed and many more in the pipeline, Welfare Aid carefully curates its projects to ensure maximal impact for individuals and the community. Prevention programs Understanding the causes of the spread of infection in a community, Welfare aid has embarked on several ambitious projects to improve the lifestyle of the most vulnerable in the communities we serve. Our donors, through the foundation, has assisted in building 16 high-quality toilets and sanitation facilities in one of the most frequented and largest referral hospitals in the west of Tanzania. Additionally, the Foundation has now provided personal protective equipment, sanitisers and more to frontline workers in the fight against the Corona Virus in Yemen. Preventing poverty and destitution through supporting education is one of the primary goals of Welfare Aid and with your support have sponsored 1000's of children and orphans especially to get a decent education to give them more opportunities in life. Support programs Welfare Aid continues to be dedicated to supporting education initiatives around the world including here in Australia. In 2019 the Foundation was able to sponsor 5 indigenous students from remote NSW to come to Sydney for a weeklong leadership and science-intensive workshops as part of NISEP at Macquarie University. We are currently sponsoring a number of schools and clinics and hospitals in the middle east and Africa to ensure the highest levels of support are provided to the most vulnerable. Providing Water through Waterwells has been an important and impactful project. We have sponsored the digging of over 30 wells each serving on average 450 people in rural Tanzania. The impacts of this cannot be underestimated on the families and the children especially. Medical Relief programs Welfare Aid currently supports 5 young children with regular thalassemia medication in Iraq reducing the burden on their parents to actively participate in the community. Additionally, the organisation is supporting over 20 cancer patients (children) in provide lifesaving medical treatment. We have also supported the installation of Autoclaves and other medical equipment in various hospitals. The foundation already has supported 12 individuals with amputated libs in Tanzania to live a full and productive life, lifting not only themselves but their families out of poverty and a life of begging. It is with your generous support and participation that we have been able to achieve this and much more. To extend your generous support.