Swiss Solidarity – Children
Swiss Solidarity – Children

Swiss Solidarity – Children's Relief

A charity project from Swiss Solidarity (Glückskette)

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Children suffer the most from the consequences of earthquakes, floods, droughts or wars. Swiss Solidarity is committed to improving access to a good education as well as medical care and protection from violence, exploitation and abuse.

“Swiss Solidarity” is the expression of the solidarity of the Swiss population with the victims of disasters and conflicts. It is an independent foundation created by the SSR. Swiss Solidarity is not itself operational, but co–funds using donations from the public, businesses as well as cantons and municipalities, the projects of 25 Swiss NGOs which assist victims on the ground. The Foundation ensures the proper use of these donations through in–depth analyses and field assessments by experts in compliance with international standards for emergency aid, rehabilitation and reconstruction. In Switzerland, Swiss Solidarity supports people in need, spending of the order of one million Swiss francs per annum, in collaboration with specialised social services. In the wake of severe weather in the country, it supports individuals, communities and SMEs suffering major damage. Since 1946, Swiss Solidarity has collected more than 1.5 billion Swiss francs in donations.

For more information, please visit: www.swiss–solidarity.org

Swiss Solidarity – Children's Relief

Children suffer the most from the consequences of earthquakes, floods, droughts or wars. Swiss Solidarity is committed to improving access to a good education as well as medical care and protection from violence, exploitation and abuse.

“Swiss Solidarity” is the expression of the solidarity of the Swiss population with the victims of disasters and conflicts. It is an independent foundation created by the SSR. Swiss Solidarity is not itself operational, but co–funds using donations from the public, businesses as well as cantons and municipalities, the projects of 25 Swiss NGOs which assist victims on the ground. The Foundation ensures the proper use of these donations through in–depth analyses and field assessments by experts in compliance with international standards for emergency aid, rehabilitation and reconstruction. In Switzerland, Swiss Solidarity supports people in need, spending of the order of one million Swiss francs per annum, in collaboration with specialised social services. In the wake of severe weather in the country, it supports individuals, communities and SMEs suffering major damage. Since 1946, Swiss Solidarity has collected more than 1.5 billion Swiss francs in donations.

For more information, please visit: www.swiss–solidarity.org