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Making a World of Difference

When you enrol with Global Training Institute, you get to nominate a gift that will provide skills, knowledge and hope to a child in Malawi, Kenya or India.

Decide if you would like to give a gift of:

  • Books and pencils for a school child in Malawi, Kenya or India
  • Seeds for the school and children’s home vegetable garden
  • Fruit trees for the orchards in Malawi and Kenya
  • A new outfit for a sponsor child in Malawi, Kenya or India
  • Sporting equipment and games for the children
  • School books, slates and pencils for the literacy program in India

Global Training Institute supports the projects run by Neighbours Aid Community Stores. www.neighboursaid.com.au

Your enrolment and gift is used to help needy children and communities through Neighbours Aid projects with Global Development Group in Malawi, Kenya and India to provide for basic needs, education, medical care, micro finance opportunities and training and farming opportunities in these countries.

When you enrol with Global Training Institute, you will be helping children and families break the cycle of poverty and you really will be ‘Making a World of Difference’.

If you would like to Volunteer and Get Involved…

You can further be involved by also sponsoring a child in the projects or even become a volunteer.

Malawi: Each year a team of enthusiastic self-funded volunteers spends a week working on building projects, providing medical care for the children and conducting seminars for local leaders.

Kenya: Each year a team visits Kitale House of Hope to conduct seminars and provide medical help and training.

India: In 2014 we have established a fly ash brick making business which provides employment and accommodation for 2-3 families whilst channeling the profits back into the Hope Project.

Australia: The Neighbours Aid Community Stores are based in Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast and new volunteers are always welcome.