Learning for Life-UK

Learning for Life-UK has used a £13,000 ERSF grant to provide 200 disadvantaged and porr adolescents with vocational and skills training to allow them to gain sustainable employment. Some 120 youths (18-22) and 80 adolescents (15-18) from the Ramu region of Bangladesh were selected to complete training courses which included hospitality, computer maintenance,, welding, plumbing […]

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Roberts Nursing Home

Roberts Nursing Home in Indore now boasts new equipment thanks to a grant from ERSF. The money has been used to buy a ventilator, cardio tocography, defibrillator, anesthesia unit and other items for the benefit of patients.

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ERSF Administrator at War Child policy forum

ERSF Administrator Mark Cann has attended an important high level War Child Policy Forum with Rt Hon William Hague MP. The exclusive Policy Forum marked War Child UK’s 20th anniversary by exploring the trends likely to characterise conflicts over the next two decades. This was a solution-focused event addressing what conflict will look like in […]

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React sensory equipment

Essential sensory equipment has been provided to terminally ill children due to a £5,000 ERSF award to the charity React. The money helped to make a significant impact on the lives of the children and their financially disadvantaged families through sensory equipment designed to develop their self expression, motor skills and enhance their ability to […]

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Corby Furniture Turnaround Project

A training programme for those with special needs went ahead thanks to the Corby Furniture Turnaround Project and a £5,000 grant from ERSF. It proved to be essential funding at a time when the organisations annual grant from the county council was withdrawn due to budget cutbacks. “There is no doubt that without ERSF’s help […]

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