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Introduction to Rope

Rope is committed to combating the impact of poverty across the world. Working through a network of partners, who like us are motivated by Christian compassion, our goal is to meet the immediate needs of individuals and communities, whilst always striving to create long term sustainable change in the lives of the poor.

100% of all gifts given to Rope are used for the direct benefit of the poor. The 'Friends of Rope' fund meets the running costs of the organisation. 

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Latest News

 Cyclone Hud Hud in India

We have just received news from our Ropeholder in Orissa, India who is asking for prayers for his community who are dealing with the trail of destruction left by Cyclone Hud Hud which hit on 12th October 2014. Hundreds of trees were uprooted and many homes damaged.  One of the education centres supported by Rope, which provides primary aged children with education in their own tribal language, was hit.  Not only was the building severely damaged but all the books and teaching materials were ruined.  As our Ropeholder tells us this is the fifth time this building has been damaged by wind and rain and the local villagers are saddened and frustrated to see "the only education structure built for their children being damaged again".  To continue the vital work of the centre classes are being held in the less damaged part of the building, under trees or in villagers' homes.

Our Ropeholder reports that the centre "needs complete reconstruction" and Rope is intending to use funds from our emergency fund to support the rebuilding of the centre.

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Recent News

Rosie visits Rope HQ

News story image Rosie, our Ropeholder, has been working at Potter’s Village for 3 years. Rosie trained and worked as a nurse in a special care baby unit and while working there met her great friend Jenny who went on to set up Potter’s Village. While still [...]
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