What, Why, and How?
What Is Our Goal?
Our Goal is to create a better world by breaking the cycle of poverty.
Why Are We Doing This?
We believe that a world without poverty is a more peaceful and equitable world – a world with less suffering.
How Are We Doing This?
1. Investing in Sustainable Change
- Eliminate root causes of poverty through five programs that improve lives
- Minimize overhead costs and put 100% of donations toward projects
- Have a volunteer executive management team and advisors
2. Inspiring People and Organizations
- Give donors the opportunity to choose projects, invest, and take ownership
- Provide skilled volunteer engagement opportunities
- Travel with donors to project sites
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3. Impacting Through a Community Development Model
- Be accountable and sustainable
- Involve the local community and leaders, and listen intently to identify problems and solutions
- Invite the local government and community to contribute to development and operational costs, and implement a long-term local management plan
What are we doing to achieve our goal?
UN Global Goal #4
Our goal is to give every child in a community access to primary education.
The Problem: 70 million children across the world are not able to go to school. 103 million youth worldwide lack basic literacy skills, and more than 60 per cent of them are women and girls.
The Solution: Build, renovate and equip schools, build dormitories, improve textbook-to-student ratio, train teachers, provide regulated student scholarships.
UN Global Goal #3
Our goal is to ensure access to adequate primary healthcare for our supported communities.
The Problem: Children born into poverty are almost twice as likely to die before the age of five as those from wealthier families
The Solution: Build, renovate, and equip healthcare centres; train healthcare workers; and provide surgery and rehab services for disabled children.
UN Global Goal #6
Our goal is to ensure that communities have access to clean water, therefore reducing water-borne illness and improving quality of life.
The Problem: 663 million people go to bed without a clean glass of water. 3.4 million people die each year from waterborne illness and 50% of hospital beds around the world are occupied by people with water-borne illnesses, decreasing hospital productivity.
The Solution: Drill wells and construct water distribution systems, install rain harvesting and irrigation systems. We train people in maintaining the systems and in preventing water contamination.