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Susila Dharma Usa Inc

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4216 Howard Rd Beltsville MD 20705 USA


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Cipanas yum village activities are focused on family based services, the providing of assistance for children though families. The cyv aims to provide assistance and support to the wider cipanas community, offering opportunities for families, mothers and youths to develop and strengthen their skills enabling them to later provide for their families. Yums ultimate goal is to support and develop families so that they will be able to care for their own children, instead of placing them in institutions.

susila dharma international association is a global, member based network made up of 23 national susila dharma organisations and 47 development projects.

mithra foundation bangalore city, india provides services in slums that include preschools,education for older children and women, job training,and healthcare. Mithra also addresses child labor and domestic violence, and promotes human rights programs.

q fund is a 501 c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to collaborate with communities in turmoil and build school centered, self sustaining environments that nurture, educate and empower vulnerable children by honoring diversity, cultivating creativity, and fostering respect for the earth.

international child development programmes in south america, central america, india, europe, russia, israel, and africa: working with unicef, icdp provides training to parents and caregivers to help keep children healthy and alive, particularly amidst poverty, migration, war and disease as well as natural disasters.

badger camp greater fresno area, ca provides music, art, drama, crafts, writing, and puppetry to low income children to foster self esteem through artistic expression, creativity and self awareness

clear path international central vietnam, cambodia, and thailand supplies direct medical and social services to landmine survivors and their families as well as equipment to hospitals. The u. S. State department matches up to 60,000 in contributions.

pueblo people united for a better life in oakland urban youth harvest is a multi-ethnic, multi-issue community membership organization that uses organizing, direct action, policy research and analysis, leadership development, popular education, and coalition building to confront the issues that affect the lives of its membership. Its mission is to advocate for the needs of low income residents of oakland, most of them people of color, through grassroots organizing and leadership potential training. At risk youth and low income seniors are the primary beneficiaries of the pueblo programs, and many other community members benefit from the project and its activities.

quest center this portland, or program offers holistic care and education to people with critical illnesses, including hivaids and cancer. The emphasis is on healthy meals, alternative therapies, community building, and nutrition education.

bina cita utama school the vision of the bcu school is to develop a high quality learning environment and address the need in central kalimantan for education.

centre for culture and development. Modern forces, industrial and agricultural combine in india to create a huge underclass caught between traditional ways and the global economy, who don't have the skills they need to cope. The centre for culture and development works with disempowered peoples in southern india, both urban and rural, to help them acquire the skills and rebuild the social structure they need in order to prosper in a changing world.

yayasan tambuhak sinta is a development foundation based in the indonesian provinces of kalimantan. These provinces have a small population, but are rich in natural resources, and it is inevitable that large scale development will come. The foundation yts is working to create conditions that will enable this development to be balanced, sustainable, and equitable. To this end yts is collaborating with local communities and governments to strengthen their capacity to jointly manage the process of development.

anisha is a project begun in 1998 in the slums of bangalore city, india, by ms. Valli rajan and a small group of dedicated humanitarian volunteers. It is a public charitable trust registered with the government of india. The word anisha means moving from darkness to light, and its work has always embodied that spirit. The original mission of anisha was to operate a community based preschool in one of bangalore citys worst slum districts. It has now shifted its focus to working in rural areas in an effort to slow the flight of families from impoverished areas in the countryside into the hugely overcrowded urban areas. Agricultural practices in much of the countryside have become so dependent on the use of pesticides and artificial fertilizers that the soil is often too depleted to sustain local village life. People are unable to make a living and must abandon their rural way of life for the tragedy of urban slum living. Anishas current rural agricultural project is focused on working with small, marginal farmers and landless families in the martalli region of the southern indian state of karnataka. It is supported by a grant from the german federal ministry for economic cooperation and development as well as by grants from our susila dharma nationals sdusa, sd germany, and in recent years from sd norway, sd netherlands, and sd britain.

the human force volunteering for social change is a program that was founded and is directed by new york subud member alexandra woodward. In succesive years, starting in 2009, human force organized four camps to assist sd projects. In summer 2009, over 20 volunteers came together to rebuild part of a school for children from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds at fundación amanecer in colombia. In 2010, the human force worked at sd project usaha mulia abadi in san miguel atlautla, mexico, and in 2011, twelve volunteers assisted the cipanas yum village, a project in cipanas, indonesia. Most recently, in july, 2012, a camp of 12 volunteers from around the world was in residence at anisha, a program designed to assist local farmers in growing organic crops in karnataka state, india. Among their activities there, they interviewed community members about their farming practices and needs, and also taught english at a local high school.

womens world wide institute. This project, founded by new york city subud member, uraidah hassani, has as its goal to inspire and educate young women in low-income communities in nyc and in the developing world. They have initiated an after-school leadership, educational and personal development program called young women rock, for high school girls in local communities. They have also initiated the notebooks for peace program which donated inspirational notebooks to young people in conflict zones like the west bank and gaza. They have been active in supporting social action campaigns, like days of activism against gender-based violence, denim day solidarity with abuse victims, the aids walk, and the first ever international day of the girl. In 2013, twwi was granted 2,500 to help in funding the young women rock! Program. Twwi also receives financial oversight from the subud international cultural association

usaha mulia abadi a. C. Is a subud project located in the rural area of san miguel atlautla, edo. De méxico, mexico. Usaha mulia abadi has two purposes; first, to be a subud centre for all our brothers and sisters from around the world, and second to be a non profit organization that cares about the development of the community. San miguel atlautla is a marginalized area with a high index of poverty, 57% of the population is supported by agriculture and 12 per cent is illiterate. Usaha mulia abadi has worked in the community since 1997. This organization's main task is to work alongside the local community to build a center with an educational project for children and youth. Our mission is to support through this center, the development of skills, knowledge and comprehension to recognize and manifest the potential of the children and youth in an atmosphere of harmony and respect.

the purpose of the inner city schools project is to provides art supplies that are not normally available to children in low income schools. Books are also supplied. The project currently supports two schools every month. In addition the project provides clothing for homeless children when requested by social services in the area. The inner city schools project is just getting off the ground and has until now been supported only with small donations and grass roots fund raising. It is hoped that with support from sd usa the project can grow, and support more children.

tierra viva. In 2014, having formed a team of uruguayan collaborators, the new strategy is to develop a prevention project within and outside prisons. The composition of the new team means the project is able to expand its area of work which so far has been mainly focused on the caring relationships of women inmates with their children to now also cover the issue of hivaids prevention , prevention and treatment of addictions and some therapeutic guidelines with the inclusion in the team of psychologist sofia mutay.

subud indonesia. Install clean water towers in two villages. Towers are capable of producing 10,000 liters of fresh water per day by removing bacteria without the need for electricity except for the water pump. In addition, provide education concerning water health and hygiene.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Rather than starting charitable programs itself, Susila Dharma USA supports charitable enterprises both in the US and around the world. One of the programs it supports, a community meal program, is located in my hometown and has been going for over 25 years, in part due to the support of Susila Dharma USA.

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