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Small Steps Project Limited

Small Steps Project Limited

Charity information

Small Steps Project Limited

Small Steps Project is a humanitarian charity supporting children and their families living or working on rubbish dumps.

Founded 2010

  • Mission statement

    Small Steps Project exists to support children in poverty, living or working on rubbish dumps around the world. We deliver aid to alleviate immediate hardship and develop sustainable interventions with in-country partners with a focus on education for children, enabling them to take small steps off the dumps and improve their prospects for the future.

  • Aims

    Small Steps Project Limited aims to:

    • Identifying and locating inhabited landfill sites/rubbish dumps. Locating and communicating with existing service providers including NGOs, charities and schools in the area.
    • Creating a census of the dump community to build the demographics of the dump and ascertain the needs of beneficiaries.
    • Delivering emergency aid relief to the inhabitants of the dump to alleviate immediate hardship and create trust with the community.
    • Developing sustainable projects in partnership with existing in-country provisions, including outreach projects, centre-based projects, nursery and provisions.
    • Campaigning for change in conditions and rights of scavengers through documentary films, photography and online communications, supporting the scavenger community to have a voice.
  • Overview

    Established: August 2010

    Registered Charity Number: 1137443

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 10

    Phone number: 07754375910

    Address: Unit 204, Belgravia Workshops 159-163 Marlborough Rd, London, N19 4NF, UK N19 5NJ

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  • Support for children scavenging on landfill sites

    Scavenger communities inhabit rubbish dumps and landfill sites around the world. Small Ste... More