Program «Fighting poverty»
Fighting poverty
Treating the families we support as equal partners, responsible for their own success, is at the heart of our approach to community development and poverty reduction.
By providing families and individuals with the opportunity to rehabilitate their living conditions, along with volunteers and paying for affordable mortgages, people develop the dignity and self-esteem that we all deserve. In some cases, we will provide shelter or shelter for the most vulnerable people, but even then all families must contribute what we call "pot equity".
Program «Donate Children's»
Donate to students for education
One of the thirty-one colleges at the University of Cambridge, Churchill College was built as the national and Commonwealth tribute to Sir Winston, who in the years after the Second World War presciently recognized the growing importance of science and technology for prosperity and security.
The Churchill Scholarship is for one year of study at the University of Cambridge for one of two Master’s degrees: the MPhil (Master of Philosophy) or MASt (Master of Advanced Study). The standard MPhil is a research degree that entails full-time research in a lab and culminates in a thesis and a viva (an oral examination). The MASt is a taught degree course comprised of lectures and written examinations. A list of eligible and ineligible courses can be found below. Some MPhil courses involve a mixture of taught courses and a research paper, and most MASt courses provide the opportunity to write a research paper. Applicants should consider which balance of lectures and research works best for them. The research-only MPhil is a rare opportunity to be able to spend a full year, undistracted, on a single research project. In the hybrid part-lecture and part-research MPhils, students can pursue a shorter research project, while the lectures expose them to a greater breadth of topics. Former Churchill Scholars have said that lectures in Cambridge move quite quickly and tend to be less engaging and interactive in comparison to lectures in US universities.
Program «International Hospital Assistance»
International Hospital Assistance
The Foundation's mission is to provide maximum care to everyone who needs it through comprehensive clinical practice, education and research.
There are many factors that prevent people from having access to health care. Wealth, geography, religious or political affiliation, military conflict or environmental catastrophe are among the many reasons people cannot access care. Modern equipment can prevent serious illnesses to the population, cure diseases, eliminate symptoms, and completely be healthy in the end. The population of the whole world is provided with mobile transport, mobile laboratories, everything possible is done to provide prompt assistance to the people who find themselves in a difficult life situation.
Program «Humanitarian assistance»
Humanitarian assistance
Material and logistic assistance to people who need help. It is usually short-term help until the long-term help by government and other institutions replaces it.
Humanitarian aid spans a wide range of activities, including providing food aid, healthcare or protection. The majority of aid is provided in the form of in-kind goods or assistance, with cash and vouchers only comprising 6% of total humanitarian spending. In emergencies caused by natural disasters or wars, we work to secure sufficient nutrition, basic necessities, health care, clean water and accommodation for people and communities in the areas that have suffered the most.