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Direct Response


The Aletta Foundation takes a location-based approach to project design. Rather than focusing all our projects on a particular type of aid, such as education or health care, our method is to first get to know the community and design projects that address their most urgent needs.

 

Our Direct Response Projects are short term in that they are designed to address a specific need of a community through direct action, and usually at the community's request. Once a goal has been reached the project comes to a close and a new project is identified. 

 

For information on our current Direct Response Project, see below! For information on past projects, check out our blog!

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Direct Response


The Aletta Foundation takes a location-based approach to project design. Rather than focusing all our projects on a particular type of aid, such as education or health care, our method is to first get to know the community and design projects that address their most urgent needs.

 

Our Direct Response Projects are short term in that they are designed to address a specific need of a community through direct action, and usually at the community's request. Once a goal has been reached the project comes to a close and a new project is identified. 

 

For information on our current Direct Response Project, see below! For information on past projects, check out our blog!

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Barefoot Clinic


Thanks to everyone for their support for the Aletta Foundation's 2016 Direct Response Project! In December 2016, US$2000 worth of requested medical supplies were delivered to Eya village's clinic, a bare-bones facility that provides medical care for over 5000 people.

Since that time, the Aletta Foundation has been receiving regular updates on how the donated supplies are being used and on April 12, we received notice from Village Doctor Liu Qiaolan that the respirator has already been successfully used to save the life of 5 month old son of one village family.

 

 

Barefoot Clinic


Thanks to everyone for their support for the Aletta Foundation's 2016 Direct Response Project! In December 2016, US$2000 worth of requested medical supplies were delivered to Eya village's clinic, a bare-bones facility that provides medical care for over 5000 people.

Since that time, the Aletta Foundation has been receiving regular updates on how the donated supplies are being used and on April 12, we received notice from Village Doctor Liu Qiaolan that the respirator has already been successfully used to save the life of 5 month old son of one village family.

 

 

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Recycled Clothing Project


Recycled Clothing Project


In many countries around the world, recycling used clothing and household items has long been a staple of charity organizations as a means to redistribute resources between different levels of society, reduce waste, and support other projects. But as much as this might seem the norm to us, it is almost unheard of in China.

Since 2013, the Aletta Foundation has done several collection and distribution projects and has found a wealth of enthusiasm, both among donors and among recipients for this kind of service. Therefore, the Aletta Foundation's Recycled Clothing Project is working to establish a system of donation collection centers and distribution sites around Southwest China.

At the moment, both the collection and distribution of donated items are handled entirely by volunteers, making our only expense the substantial cost of transporting collected items from urban centers to rural communities. If you or your organization are interested in sponsoring a delivery of donated items, please contact us for information!