Goodwill Caravan

Goodwill Caravan

At a glance

Causes

  • Housing and homelessness
  • Refugees / migrants
  • Training / employment support
  • Women

Other details

Organisation type: 
Charity
Geographical remit: 
International

Objectives

Goodwill Caravan (GWC), a non-profit humanitarian organisation, stands at the forefront of global endeavours to combat human trafficking and protect refugees and displaced populations. We staunchly advocate for every child's inherent right to a future defined by stability, free from the fear that endangers their lives and the lives of their loved ones.

At the heart of our mission lies a steadfast commitment to uplift and support society's most vulnerable individuals: families, orphans, and detained unaccompanied children.

These individuals are in great danger of becoming victims of harmful activities like illegal organ trade, human trafficking, or deadly abductions when they are left stranded in detention canters, camps, or abandoned on the streets.

Our endeavours are infused with a resolute dedication to fostering community cohesion. In the face of an escalating crisis, it is increasingly evident that Goodwill Caravan stands as one of the few comprehensive and enduring sources of support.

Our Mission is to identify the most vulnerable families in danger of malnutrition, human trafficking, organ trade, abuse and those sleeping rough on the street and to work with them to develop sustainable solutions allowing them to reintegrate into society and reclaim their lives.

Activities

Our Approach is panned across multiple emergency protection projects in multiple countries that enable us to provide a holistic support package to the most vulnerable populations where it is needed the most.

We provide legal aid to help them become legal and obtain the right to settle and work. We provide medical aid to ensure that each person who comes to our office is able to receive sufficient medical attention. We provide shelter for the most vulnerable cases of unaccompained children and women and children to give them a safe place to settle while they rebuild themselves. We also provide education and information to guide them and help them learn how to settle and be more likely to get jobs and become self-sufficient.

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