Burn Survivors Throughout the World (BSTTW)

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History

Aug 2001, when officially incorporated in the State of Florida (USA). Official non-profit status granted in Oct 2001. Began offering initial internet support in Feb 2000.

Aims

Give needed support to burn survivors, family members and friends in order to help them on the road of recovery and after; help burn survivors with advocacy needed to get the medical care, equipment and support needed in order to rebuild their life; increase public awareness of the terms burn survivor and burn victim so that the communities can take part in the process of rebuilding a burn survivors life; increase public awareness on fire safety at home, work, school and public areas; build funding to help burn survivors and their family to get the help, medical equipment and support they need; assure necessary resources to achieve these goals through member participation and philanthropy.

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Activities

Offers advocacy, support, education, membership, a peer support team, medical referrals, a free medical treatment programme, legal referrals, healing weekends and public awareness for the burn survivor community and the public world wide. Works in: Africa; Argentina; Canada; Egypt; France; Ghana; Greece; Guatemala; Hong Kong; India; Iraq; Mexico; Pakistan; Peru; Slovenia; Spain; Tanzania; UK; USA; Vietnam.

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

UIA Org ID

N9852

Last News Received

1. Jun 2006
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