Regardless of where a child is born, education is key to a child’s future. But often, due to tragic family circumstances, children have to leave school to support their families. Through the Youth Empowerment Slum Project (YES), Asian Aid’s partner Oasis India is working hard in five urban slum communities in Bangalore to improve the quality of life for 200 young people and their families through innovative ideas. “Some of our key goals are to have sports clubs that foster confidence, discipline, teamwork and commitment in youth; and to train youth in specific skills that have high prospects of employment to earn a living for themselves and their … Read more
Who are we?
Asian Aid is a Christian, non-profit organisation that gives hope through education, advocacy and health care to disadvantaged children and their communities.
and help stop uterine prolapse in rural Nepal for good.
Asian Aid helps give hope to over 9000 children in schools throughout Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
Asian Aid believes no one should be bought or sold. Support the Fighting Human Trafficking Project In India today to help end slavery.
A hard-cover photography book that reveals community spirit, optimism and determination in Asia and fundraises to stop human trafficking in India.
HELP – Indonesia
Asian Aid’s Health and Education Lifestyle Project (HELP) transforms lives of young Indonesians through valued English classes.
Youth Empowerment Slum Project
Empowering disadvantaged youth in slums through sports programs, education and valuable life-skills.
Children’s Homes Nepal
Gift orphaned and disadvantaged Nepalese children with a home.
Asian Aid provides education to children and young adults in disadvantaged communities, assists Nepalese women suffering from uterine prolapse, leper communities, special-needs children, trafficked girls and women, slum communities, the sick and the very poor. We seek to alleviate poverty, to empower, to advocate and to give hope.
Asian Aid has been changing lives and giving hope to the poor since 1966.
Child Sponsorship gives hope of a better life to children throughout Asia.
Asian Aid projects enrich people and their communities.
This was an interview unlike any other I had conducted on the Ambassador trip because it was conducted under pressure. You see I conducted this interview in the Safe Haven bakery as Sabina (not her real name), a baker and Children’s Home Assistant for Asian Aid’s partner 3 Angels Nepal, was baking bread and cooking donuts for the children. The tantalising smell of the baked goods made my mouth water. But more importantly, it provided a constant background of imagery – imagery to discover the sweet aroma of what a girl experiences when she knows she has been rescued from a life of fear and despair. Sabina is a … Read more
Asian Aid Australia now has a new website. Did you know that: • Some 15 million Australians viewed 39 billion website pages and spent 23 billion minutes online in 2013 • More than three-quarters of online Australians (11.2 million) watched web based video content in January 2013 • More Australian homes now have access to Internet via their TV than via a tablet, with 33 percent of Australian homes having a TV that can connect to the Internet versus 31% with a tablet computer • Dual screening or multi tasking increased from 60% in 2011 to 74% in 2012* and • Websites are viewed by nonprofits … Read more
"I enjoy knowing that such a small amount of money each month can make such a huge difference for these children… I realised what a huge amount of money $10 is to people".Karen McCall - Sponsor of two children
"Teaching in my own culture is fun, but teaching English in Indonesia is life changing. The trip affirmed my calling and passion to this kind of work."Neil Greenwood - Volunteer for HELP - 2012
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We believe hope finds its truest expression when given and received in community. That’s why we need you to help us empower others. Pray, fundraise, volunteer, advocate and/or become an ambassador: there are many ways to get involved.