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Youth Island New York Projects and Activities

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Uganda Project 2019

As Youth Island we have been having annual international trip. These annual trips are to 3rd world countries and with our group we come up with project, then collect donations and accomplish our projects. This year with our group we went to Uganda, to do 3 projects that our group came up with the first project was to do a meat drive, the 2nd project was a health screen because most of the people there don’t have the chance to get checkups done, and the 3rd project was to help out orphanages and a school.

 

  1. MEAT DRIVE PROJECT
  • 183 meat drive donation from NYC
  • 210 donations given out in Jinjanin
  • Meats donated to people in need in the village, city and orphanages

 

  1. HEALTH SCREENING
  • In 3 days 2224 patients were given a free health scan , access to the laboratory to get blood work done to diagnose  illness, and given Medicine.  10 patients continued their treatments at Nile International.
  • One cancer patient got surgery on his foot
  • $ 9,100 was donated to the medical camp
  • Total expenses of the medical camp were $11,230
  • During the medical camp 40 patients were diagnosed with cataract. Doctors got their contact info and when found a sponsor they will undergo a cataract surgery (1 cataract surgery = $ 100)

 

  1. FOOD AND GIFT DRIVE TO ORPHANAGES
  • Helped out 2 orphanages and 1 school
  • Covered all food expenses at orphanages and the school
  • 1st orphanage we covered $140 of their food expenses. We also donated clothing, toys, and candy that we brought with us. We also donated 50kg of meat
  • 2nd orphanage which had 60 students who were visually impaired. We covered their dinner expenses and gave them presents such as toys and candy.
  • 3rd donated toys and clothing to 650 students in Career High School
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Tanzania Projects (2018)

Orphanage Renovation, Building a Water Well, and Volunteer Teaching

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Haiti Project (2017)

We’re making a change every step of the way.