Did you know?
It only takes…
- HK$7 to provide food for a day for a child at the Tay Ninh Centre for Visually Impaired Children in Vietnam - the same as a bottle of Bon Aqua water in Hong Kong
- HK$34 to hold a birthday party at the Ger Village in Mongolia - the equivalent of a Frappucino from Starbucks
- HK$20 to purchase prevention blood tests for two children in Mongolia - the price of a Hong Kong taxi flagfall
- HK$95 to buy teaching materials for bakery lessons at the Boys Prison in Mongolia - the same as the price of a cocktail in Soho
- HK$245 to sponsor a child each month – the same as buying the SCMP every day for a month
- HK$500 to cover the cost of hand soap and toilet paper for a year at the Blue Skies Ger Village in Mongolia
- HK$900 to Buy-a-Bike and a helmet for a child in Vietnam, the equivalent of dinner for two
- HK$13,000 to buy a fully furnished Ger for a homeless family in Mongolia - the price of a weekend holiday for two in Thailand
(Sources: *UNDP **National Statistical Office of Mongolia ^World Bank)
Tash McCarroll's mission is to connect with people, share smiles, experience mutual happiness and capture people's inner beauty while enhancing the efforts of the NGO.
Through the eyes of her camera lens, see how she captures the heartwarming stories of our children in Mongolia.
Our inspiring founder, Christina Noble is one of the four finalists for 'THE ONE' Award from the Rotary International District 3450.
THE ONE will be announced on 6th June 2013 at the Award Gala Dinner in Hong Kong.
Mongolia has a population of 2.8 million and 40% are under the age of 20.
HK$7 is all it takes each day to feed a child at the CNCF Tay Ninh Centre for Visually Impaired Children in Vietnam. That's the same as buying a bottle of Bon Aqua water in Hong Kong.