Support us/ donate
Help children realise their dreams. Your donation will support our work to advance children’s rights, compassion and self-esteem as well as prevent trafficking in human beings. There are three possibilities to support Project Nima and our work. Click below to find out more.
Sponsor a child
When you sponsor a child with Project Nima, your donations fund the annual school fee of a child. By donating 50 SEK/month you will contribute to the annual school fee for one child, this also includes a school uniform and lunch every day at the school.
All donations directly fund school fees; our administrative fees are covered by other donations. Soon we will also have our 90-konto and you may donate gifts to fund various projects.
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All children should have a right to enroll in an education. By sponsoring children in Nima, they also get to be a part of our projects and they are less prone to the risk of becoming victims of child trafficking.
As a sponsor you will regularly receive information about the school in Nima and how the students are doing. Sponsors also have the possibility to send and receive greetings such as letters or short video clips and thus get to know their new friends in Nima.
Businesses can support Project Nima through funding different projects or by funding the annual school fee for children. You may also donate gifts as soon as we get our 90-konto.
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Cooperation with businesses is crucial for Project Nima in order to cover our administrative costs, workshops and projects. Donations ensure that our work is of a high quality as well as in funding life-changing projects that aim to make it possible for all children to access their basic human rights.
As a business you may choose to become a partner organisation; cooperation with businesses is a vital part of our operation. The monthly or quarterly donations go to various projects such as building schools in vulnerable areas where child trafficking is most prevalent. By securing children’s enrollment in school, the risk of falling prey of human traffickers also decreases.
We can also focus on specific projects that would best suit your business, such as engaging your own personnel in corporate social responsibility projects. For this, please contact email@example.com for more information.
As a partner organisation you will regularly receive news through films and reports on how your donations are supporting the work of Project Nima. The aim is to enhance the awareness of our projects among your co-workers, and you may also use these in your external communication on your socially responsible engagements.
Business sponsor: Business sponsors finance the annual school fee for children in Nima. As a business sponsor you will regularly receive information on how the students are doing in Nima through letter and reports.
Donate a gift: Soon we will have a 90-konto and you may donate gifts to Project Nima. If you want to donate already today, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer for schools in Sweden to collaborate with the schools in Nima through various projects. Together with the students we hold workshops on human rights and discuss how we all can contribute to making the world a better place. The Swedish students learn about life in Nima and make new friends abroad as well as collect clothes, toys and money for charity.
When schools in Sweden collaborate with Project Nima, students have the opportunity to learn all about the daily life of the children in Nima. Project Nima discusses with the children about our Ambassadors in Nima who are extremely engaged through different projects and what they are doing to make the world a better place. We often have one or two visits per semester, however the students are active throughout the entire school year. During our school visits we discuss among other topics what we all have in common and what small acts we can all do together to make the world a better place. Project Nima also fosters friendships between the students as they are encouraged to send letters, drawings and other greetings to each other. The students are also active and encouraged to brainstorm on different ideas on how they can help; for instance by collecting money, clothes or toys to help others.