SURVIVE-MIVA Grants for the Developing World

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SURVIVE-MIVA is a Catholic Lay Association, founded in Liverpool, UK in 1974.

They exist to provide one vital element for successful health, pastoral, educational and developmental work in developing countries - a means of transport.

SURVIVE-MIVA's fundamental aim is to provide mobility for outreach programmes which have been planned in collaboration and consultation with local communities in response to their needs and priorities.

Such work must be aimed at bringing about advances in the human and spiritual development of the people our beneficiaries live among and serve.

Though an application may be made via an individual, any grant made represents our support of a wider project involving more than one beneficiary.

Vehicles funded by our Association are the property of the parish, clinic, or centre where they are based.

Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.

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