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Amos partners around the world
The Tamarind Project
© Simon Plater

Amos Trust partners are at the heart of a global network of highly innovative community projects.

These projects include work with street children in South Africa; promotion of human rights and sustainable communities for Dalits in rural India; community development and education provision in Nicaragua and working toward peace and reconciliation in Palestine and Israel.

India

The Tamarind Project is a sustainable community project working with Dalits in Southern India. (Dalit means untouchable.) The project provides further education for Dalit young people and teacher training.

Nicaragua

We support community development initiatives set up by our partners, CEPAD, Amos Health & Hope and Prestanic Microcredit. This work includes training community health workers who pass on their knowledge to the wider community, supporting the teachers at the Avocado Tree School and helping communities run their own banks and farming cooperatives. 

Palestine-Israel

We partner peacemakers in both Palestine and Israel. We endeavour to hear their stories, stand alongside them in their suffering and support their work.

South Africa

Umthombo Street Children is a South African street child project run primarily by former street children.

Our Network

We maintain links of friendship and support with other projects and people around the world, who are former Amos partners.

 

Emergency Appeal for Gaza

Support our partners in Gaza, Al-Ahli Hospital & NECC Youth Training.

Looking for our new website? It's coming

Our new website is in the process of being finished. We hope to launch on 1st September 2014. In the meantime, click the link above to visit news section for info on Amos Day, Marwan & Gilberto's Autumn UK tours, our Experience Nicaragua trip, other events and links.

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