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Support for ongoing projects has continued unabated in 2017 and now into 2018, further establishing the influence that Trade Aid UK has been able to give to important relief programmes worldwide. Much of this has been enabled by the continued sale of Trade Aid UK Granulated and Caster Sugar through Tesco Stores and online at Ocado together with the sale of ethical travel insurance through its partner www.travelandinsure.com. The use of external aid agencies and charities has been instrumental in us being able to reach the remotest parts of the globe where often the needs are greatest. The individual aid projects supported by the Trade Aid UK Foundation can be viewed by simply scrolling up and down the project panel on this page and clicking on the project that interests you.

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Conflict Relief

Trade Aid UK is supporting Medair in their efforts to increase access to health care and safe water in Southern Sudan. This is one of the poorest and most vulnerable regions in the world, following many years of protracted conflict.

During this period, over two million people lost their lives and four million were displaced from their homes, which has left Southern Sudan as one of the poorest regions in the world. It has some of the worst social indices for nutrition, education, access to clean water, mother/child health and outbreaks of common preventable diseases.

Medair brings emergency relief and rehabilitation to over two million people a year in some of the most vulnerable countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, all countries that are severely affected by conflicts, natural disasters, or other crises.

Medair responds to natural disasters, conflicts that uproot communities and crises, such as drought or disease. You can find out more about Medair and the work they are doing by logging onto their website at www.medair.org.

Medair in Sudan
Medair in Sudan
Medair in Sudan
Medair in Sudan
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