Dave Evans in the Congo
Dave Evans sends greetings from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Right now he is on the ground there working as part of a Polus Center effort. In this short video montage we see him providing direct assistance to wounded coffee farmers and upgrading the skills of local technicians who are to care for them.
Coffeelands Trust Fundraiser
During our work in Nicaragua we discovered the fact that so many of the people impacted by landmines make their livelihoods from coffee. Landmines and explosives have been present in six of the ten top coffee producing countries in the world. In this letter from Executive Director Michael Lundquist, he shares more about how we can make a difference in the lives of coffee farmers whose very livelihood puts them at risk.
DARK TO LIGHT : A SYRIAN CHILD'S JOURNEY
A collection of paintings by Syrian refugee children participating in Polus Centers expressive arts therapy programming Amman, Jordan. The Exhibition opened October 5th at the Old Truman Brewery in London.
Sir Bobby Charlton Center For Support & Rehabilitation
UK Based Charity Find A Better Way, has partnered with the Polus Center and Asia Development Training to provide a permanent home for our long running prosthetic rehabilitation program in Jordan.
In this Donor Spotlight we share the generosity of Bob and Kathleen Easterbrooks. A Prosthetist who closed his business earlier in the year and donated thousands of dollars in materials and equipment to the Polus Center. The donated goods will go to support the rehabilitation of survivors of conflict around the world.
The Polus Center training offers post graduate prosthetics upgrading opportunities to many Syrian and Jordanian technicians. The program is considered ground breaking particularly for female technicians, as it is the kind of exposure few women in this part of the world would normally receive.