LightForce Albania History
LightForce International began working in Albania in 1992 and to date more than 1000 people have personally given their time as volunteers. Thousands of tonnes of aid have been delivered. LightForce has repaired hospitals & schools, provided ambulances and fire engine, provided clothes, hospital equipment, food and blankets, repaired and constructed homes.
LightForce has always looked for opportunities to serve the wider community and has done this through the distribution of cattle, providing support for vulnerable families, donating food to the elderly, responding to the Kosovo crisis in 1999 and providing relief during floods.
Since 2001 LightForce International has run children’s camps at its site in Ishull-Lezhe with 1000’s of children enjoying trips to the beach and days filled with fun, good food and lots of recreational and creative ideas.
The centre provides climbing, archery, a swimming pool, adventure playground, football, volleyball and target golf.
We have a residential facility to cater for 160 children in our spacious grounds and garden plus a modern kitchen, dining room, conference room, games room and sports hall. LightForce International uses its camps to present solid values to help shape lives, especially those of Albanian children, many of whom will be the decision and policy makers of the future.
To aid the sustainability of this project LightForce runs a small micro farm which includes dairy goats, cheese making, piggery producing over 600 piglets a year, chickens and produces vegetables from its own gardens.
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