Susila Dharma Britain
Who we are
Many of the projects supported by Susila Dharma Britain are well-established and recognised, dating back several decades and attracting funding from the likes of the UNICEF, the German Government Aid Agency (BMZ) and the Clinton Foundation. Some are smaller and more recent, still driven by the enterprise and commitment of one or two people. All are strongly locally rooted and dedicated to empowering those who they work with and for.
You can find details of most of the projects we currently fund on our website, where we list projects in the fields of Education, Community Development, Health & Wellbeing and Environment. These include:
Enthum House, which offers a home for Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Minors in East Sussex, UK, with a programme of life skills, vocational support and therapeutic care in a small group setting. SDB has proudly supported the feasibility, setup and training phase of the project.
The International Child Development Programme (ICDP), which supports those caring for children by strengthening and enriching these all-important relationships.
Anisha, which works with small-scale farmers and landless farm workers in South India to increase their household food security by promoting organic farming practices, encouraging the establishment of home kitchen gardens, lending them native seeds from Anisha’s seed bank, encouraging them to save money and support each other through self-help groups, and spearheading income-generating initiatives.
SDB’s activities are not restricted to any particular sector or project type. However our primary objective is to support small scale, innovative and sustainable projects that will have a long term impact on communities.
Visit our website to find out more about SDB