The James Tudor Foundation established for funding the relief of sickness overseas

Overseas Projects

The Foundation has been involved in supporting projects overseas run by UK registered charities since it was established and has given grants totalling over £1 million since 2005.

The Foundation has supported projects in many countries around the world including:

Maternal Health:
Midwives from Life for African Mothers were funded on a trip to Liberia. This allowed them to meet African midwives after the Ebola crisis and run training sessions, passing on up to date knowledge to many midwives from across the country.
Prevention of Sickness:
See Beyond Borders has been supported to implement their health education scheme in Cambodia. By providing health lessons and training for teachers in rural schools, they hope to reduce the time away from school caused by poor hygiene practices and sanitation. 

Village Water has been funded in expanding the ‘One Village at a Time’ project in Zambia. This model helps to provide clean water, by teaching and equipping locals in water sanitation. The village supported by the Foundation’s grant has already seen improvements in hygiene levels. Village Water ensure the success of these water projects by working with locals and training them in the maintenance of the system.


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