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

pict_original-1.jpgScholarships for A New Generation of Leaders

Nehemiah Gateway University, in Pogradec, Albania, recruits exceptional students from developing countries and marginalized groups worldwide to participate in a three-year Bachelor of Economy and Business degree program. After three years on full scholarship, students receive support to return home and begin developing solutions to the challenges facing their communities. Help sponsor a future leader today!

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