Provision of Humanitarian Aid
Delivery and distribution of humanitarian aid such as basic food items, hygiene products, new clothing, education materials and more.
190 girls, including 7 orphans live here during the school year. The conition of the building was the most appalling that Cradle and European Union Monitors had seen. Reconstruction began in June 2000 to bring it upto an acceptable standard. The work continues. In 2002 Cradle received government funding for this project.
This programme supplies food, hygiene products and clothing to disadvantaged families on a monthly basis.
Family Support Programme
This programme supplies local hospitals with medical equipment from donors in Ireland and the UK to local hospitals in Albania. As part of this programme Cradle rebuild and and equipped a maternity unit in the main hospital in Shkoder which included the provision of incubators to the unit. Cradle also set up a ne emergency ambulance service in the Shkoder district.
Cradle's Medivac programme transports young children and adults to Ireland and the UK for urgent livesaving treatment.
Cradle supports the local education system providing schools with much needed educational materials, furniture, uniforms etc Cradle also assists the rebuilding and refurbishment of primary schools in the Shkoder area.
Provision of medical assistance to children in the region.