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“Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day but give a man a fishing rod and he can eat all year”.

The majority of UK charities,  whose sole purpose is to help East Europeans, do so by acting as an immediate problem solver. A phone call, a letter, an email or a form completed may solve the immediate problem but it does not solve the long term problem which is that the client needs to know how to deal with problems themselves because this is all part of the INTEGRATION process, being confident and feeling secure enough to build a new life without the need to visit a charity for help every time a problem arises. 

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