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Assisting children & families in Algeria since 2007



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This was the reason for starting Algerian Action, it is our most important project.  We provide clothing, toiletries, school supplies, toys, food, medicine and other essentials to children and families in need.


We maintain a list of hundreds of children and families who we help on a regular basis, all of which are in the community. In addition we offer assistance to those in hospital and children living in orphanages.


You can help with this project by donating clothing and other essential items (If you are in Algeria this can be done at any time for those living elsewhere we hold collections a number of times during the year) You can also help by making a monetary donation.

Baby pack project

This is a project which provides mothers who have nothing or very little with a bag of goodies for their new arrival.  Typically each bag has a vest,babygro,hat,cardigan,bootees,mittens and a toy. These are then placed in a drawstring bag for Mum to use as she wishes.  


Currently these bags are given directly to women in the community, to those in hospital and to some living in a refuge.


You can help this project by donating baby clothing and blankets. Items can be new, pre-loved or hand-crafted or by making a monetary donation to help with the cost of supplies.

Special Appeals

Throughout each year we take on special cases; cases where a child, family or individual needs specific help. These cases usually involve some sort of urgency or desperation, where the person/people involved have exhausted other options for assistance. In these instances we do our best to offer help in whichever way we can.


We also run an annual Ramadan and Eid programme when we provide food bags to families in need and gift bags to children to celebrate the month of fasting.








Assisting children & families in Algeria since 2007

We are very excited about our new environmental project which started in January  2016. To read more about our 'just one seed' project click here

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