Ongoing projects and some from the recent past:
is Swahili for a "Garden of Humanity". To create a community for HIV/AIDS survivers worthy of that name is SAHU's dream. RfLUK is helping them to realise this dream near Dar es Salaam in Tanzania.
It is the lives of our children and grandchildren we shape by our actions. The cultivation of values is an essential ingredient of educational activity and one we at RfLUK try to foster where we can.
Haiti, one of the poorest countries on earth, is where the son of an American banker, inspired by Dr. Albert Schweitzer's example founded a hospital in his name.
In 2005 RfLUK helped the children of a primary school in Hertfordshire in the UK turn a piece of derelict land into an award-winning Reverence for Life Garden which still thrives.
This was Schweitzer's European home. After his death in 1965 it became a museum and archive which has received both human and financial support from the British Fund over the years.
At this community of lepers an attitude of Reverence for Life is as selfevident as the air they breathe. It expresses itself in their relationship to each other and to the environment. Our Fund has supported their projects between 1996 and 2010.