African Palliative Care Association (APCA)
The reality of diseases such as cancer, HIV and AIDS in Africa is that many millions of adults and children lose all quality of life and suffer long, painful deaths. This suffering is completely unnecessary and by promoting palliative care the APCA aims to stop it. APCA works to ensure terminally ill patients receive the specialist care they need, whether relief from pain and other symptoms or practical and emotional support. As the leader of the palliative care movement in Africa our work has a direct, life-changing impact for millions of men, women and children across the continent. http://www.apca.org.uk
Skye Cancer Care was set up to "support and facilitate the provision of hospice-type care in Skye for persons with incurable life-limiting disease (especially, but not limited to, those with cancer) by raising funds for the establishment of facilities for such care" at the local cottage hospital and in the community.
Yamaa Trust, aims to improve conditions for the people living in the harsh environment of the South Gobi region of Mongolia.