LifeLine Network is a growing and dynamic group of grassroots community organisations and NGOs with a common aim: to fight the poverty and hardship that affects the communities we live in. As a network of partnerships built to empower people locally, nationally and globally, we are the indigenous people, the strategy people, the specialist people.
We work with 30 partners in 17 different countries, running a diverse range of development projects, including: a rehabilitation centre and schools for orphans and street children in Sierra Leone; maternal health care programmes in Liberia; HIV and crime victim support in Dominica, mentoring orphans in Zimbabwe and a microfinance loans project in Egypt. Last year, we assisted people in need across the world, helping local communities to access the support they need to make a better life for themselves.
Fighting the causes of poverty and rebuilding communities by exchanging knowledge, expertise and resources. Working alongside local people to build better, self-sustaining futures for our partners and the communities they work in.