Gjirokaster aid May 14 4 landscape.jpgAid Deliveries During COVID-19 Epidemic, Albania

During the 2020 COVID-19 crisis, the Albanian government closed all schools and limited public activity and gatherings. Students at NG's schools and programs have been home since March, and the elderly and sick people who come to NG's soup kitchens have had to stay home. Many of these people are very poor, and staying home means missing meals. For people with no other reliable source of support, this project may be the only food and care they get during the crisis. 

Poverty   |   Albania

GjirokasterEDU small.jpgIn Gjirokastër, Help 30 Roma Children Stay in School

This project will provide 30 low-income Roma children ages 5-12 in Gjirokastër, Albania with support to help them succeed in Albanian public school, giving them a chance at a brighter future. Your donation will provide them with appropriate clothing and shoes, school supplies, and food aid for their families so that they don't go to school hungry.

Education   |   Albania

image.pngIn Albania, Changing Lives Through Education

For over 650 young people in southern Albania every year, Nehemiah Gateway's schools and programs expand opportunities, open doors, and provide a strong and stable foundation to a dignified and self-sufficient existence. Donations to this project will provide scholarship support for Albanian and Albanian Roma students in need, pre-kindergarten through university, at Amaro Tan, Nehemia School, and Nehemiah Gateway University. 

Education   |   Albania

Face of SMI.jpgIn Albania, Food and Medicine for the Poor

Nehemiah Gateway has been providing food parcels, as well as medical and social help, to people in need in the Pogradec region of southeastern Albania since 1991. We help the poor, the marginalized, and the disabled move closer to a dignified and self-sufficient existence by first making it possible for them to meet their most basic needs.

Poverty   |   Albania

Drini at camp.JPGBuçimas Children's Learning Center

In the southeastern Albanian city of Pogradec, there is a severe shortage of services for children with learning differences, such as Down Syndrome and autism. Nehemiah Gateway offers these services free of charge to about 50 children per year. We are fundraising to add two additional therapy/class rooms and staff to our existing facilities. This will allow us to improve our services and increase capacity by about 10 more children yearly.

Education   |   Albania