In spite of the numerous efforts of governments and multi-national

organizations to address the deplorable situation of needy children, the

problem still persists and, at times, support fails to reach those

intended. In countries where this problem is most acute, charitable groups

have taken the initiative to set up projects to alleviate the day-to-day

living conditions of children – i.e., providing a safe and warm place to

accommodate street children, orphans and disabled children; ensuring

substantial meals and decent living conditions, setting up a school that

teaches children rudimentary reading and writing; dispensing medical

assistance to sick children, etc.

 

Throughout the years, guild members, in the course of their travels, have

been made aware of these initiatives. These projects are often times

bypassed in favor of the more established institutions that have to undergo

a lot of “red tape” to receive funding. The Guild channels its support to

these projects that work “hands-on” towards the immediate needs of the

children. Money is given directly to these projects and the guild monitors

their progress.

 

Click on a country on the right to view the projects that receive

support from the United Nations Women's Guild.

 

UNWG Projects Review Committee

 

Chair: Albertina PAGANINI

 

Members: 

 

Manhattan Group:

Isabel ALETA 

 

Secretariat Group:

Hedy MATULAC, Elsa WURFL, Mary MUDHO 

 

Queens Group:

Usayma ADHAMI 

 

Westchester Group:

Albertina PAGANINI

 

UNWG Projects

 

Tahanan Sta. Luisa, Inc. (TSLI) is a crisis

intervention and recovery Center

providing shelter, recovery and healing to

23 abused and prostituted street and

urban poor girls. Supported by UNWG/

MG since 2011, funds are used to meet

the basic educational needs of 23 girls.

Room 0775,

1 UN Plaza, New York, NY 10017

+1 (212) 963-4149