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Service Programs

To cultivate the spirit of one family under God, UPF offers disaster relief and organizes service projects such as caring for public spaces, supporting access to education, promoting good health, and providing medical supplies.

Nairobi, Kenya - Two hundred trees were planted in Kibera, one of the largest slums in Africa, on Jan. 21, 2011, and ground was broken for building ten public toilets.

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New York, USA - Help change the life of a child by giving to the Supporting Success Scholarship Fund, which helps gifted students from poverty-stricken families in Bangladesh and Zambia continue their education.

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Jerusalem, Israel - To beautify Jerusalem's historic Hansen Garden, on Dec. 24, 2010, Israeli youth planted different types of flowers, including freesia, cyclamen and iris.

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Madrid, Spain - A benefit concert of Christmas music at the UPF Peace Embassy in Madrid raised funds for Palestinian children on Dec. 12, 2010 as part of the UPF's Family Festival.

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Stuttgart, Germany - Ending the International Year for the Rapprochement of Cultures (2010), UPF-Stuttgart organized an international Advent celebration on December 11. More than 70 people — young and old — enjoyed not only coffee and cookies but also various presentations of international art, culture, and humanitarian service.

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Moscow, Russia - UPF-Russia showcased two of its volunteer projects at the Moscow Volunteer Rally on Dec. 7, 2010, at the State University of Management.

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New York, USA - The Embassy of St. Lucia in the US is appealing for funds to help rebuild after the Caribbean nation was devastated by Hurricane Tomas on October 30, described as the worst natural disaster in the island's recent history.

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Islamabad, Pakistan - After the July 2010 flooding, UPF-Japan volunteers traveled to Islamabad in November to pack donations and deliver food and mattresses to displaced people at a camp in the Nowshera district.

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Anse-la-Raye, St. Lucia -Three days after the passage of Hurricane Tomas on Oct. 29, 2010, 15 volunteers from the USA and Canada arrived in St. Lucia for three weeks of service projects, including cleaning up storm damage at the Anse-la-Raye primary school.

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Turinsk, Russia - A workshop on Value-oriented Volunteerism took place as part of the annual educational program, the Baikal ecological and tourism volunteer project on Oct. 30, 2010.

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Dushanbe, Tajikistan - The public organization "Refugees’ Children and Vulnerable Citizens" and UPF hosted a meeting on October 25 during the visit to Dushanbe of Danielle Mane, mother of Karine Mane, a volunteer with the international humanitarian organization "Doctors without Borders" who was killed during the civil war in Tajikistan in 1997.

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Pokrovskoye, Russia - On October 23, another in the series of volunteer initiatives in the Urals, "City Supports Village: Pokrovskoye," took place. Multilateral cooperation, volunteer service, cultural programs, and interaction among the generations are main features of the initiative; all these elements were present that Saturday.

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