A New Dimension of Hope – transforming the lives of Liberia’s children, one school at a time.
Our mission is to give children in less fortunate countries unlimited opportunities to improve their reading, writing, and computer skills through education.
We do this by partnering with underserved communities to construct sustainable school buildings and facilitate the provision of multidimensional social services.
Our vision is to see communities using local resources to provide their children with educational opportunities and help to improve living conditions with locally applicable solutions that last.
BUILDING PATHWAYS TO ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE
Africa Development Promise is an international non-profit organization whose mission is to drive collective action of rural entrepreneurial women to advance sustainable business and economic independence in African communities.
Empowerment through collective action.
Africa Development Promise’s four-part strategy establishes a firm foundation for the development of sustainable businesses that move women farmers beyond subsistence farming to market-oriented agriculture. We explore sustainable business opportunities that help women become economically independent.
Our story begins with one courageous woman in 2004. In a chance encounter, our founders met Millie Grace Akena while walking through a Ugandan slum. Millie sat outside of her mud home, rolling beads from strips of paper under the sweltering sun, when Devin Hibbard, Ginny Jordan and Torkin Wakefield stopped to talk with her. Though she struggled to put food on the table, Millie found joy in creating beautiful things with her own hands, and she was determined to build a better future for her family.
For 15 years, women around the world have been connecting through love and empowerment, growing a social enterprise to educate and raise funds to support women’s entrepreneurship training to transform lives.
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Beauty for Ashes Uganda works towards long-term sustainable development and deep healing for single moms and widows in the Teso Region of Uganda.
We do this through mutually transformative relationships and empowerment that provides resources and tools necessary for change.
1,183 mamas in Uganda are a part of the BFAU family along with their 6,500+ kiddos across 32 villages in 38 women’s cooperatives
We collect used and surplus mobility devices, ship them to developing countries, and distribute them–free–to people with physical challenges regardless of their race, gender, tribe, age, or religion.
The Mali Assistance Project (MAP) was founded in 1999 to help the villagers of Foutaka Zambougou, Mali, West Africa and surrounding areas to survive immediate crises of famine, drought and disease, and to build a sustainable infrastructure for their future health and economic stability.
The hard work and planning efforts of village residents, along with financial help from donors, has enabled the villagers to remain in their homes and avert starvation. We are planning to improve water quality, dig deeper wells, install water purification systems, build irrigation systems for crops, outfit a local medical facility, and expand elementary education for village children.
Supporting Opportunities for Ugandans to Learn (S.O.U.L.) Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Brooke Stern and her father, Kenneth Stern in the Bujugali Falls region of Uganda. S.O.U.L.’s mission is to foster sustainable and vibrant Ugandan communities through unique partnerships focused on education, women’s empowerment, food security, and maternal health.
Shortly after finishing nursing school in 2009, Brooke and her father, Kenneth Stern, set out on a backpacking trip through Eastern Africa. After spending just five days in poverty-stricken Bujagali Falls, Brooke’s idea of creating a not-for-profit foundation devoted to helping the impoverished Ugandan community began to take shape. In reflecting on her first visit to Uganda, Brooke states, “In the village, we saw hunger but we also saw thirst: thirst for knowledge, thirst for a better tomorrow, thirst for the opportunity to lift themselves out of gripping poverty.”
Brooke returned to Uganda one month after her initial life-changing visit. She immersed herself in the culture and community for 13 months. Like her village neighbors, she lived without electricity, hot water or the comforts of modern society. She devoted this first year to listening to and learning from the villagers before she realized that the most effective S.O.U.L.ution for the community would involve a focus on accessibility to education. It was shortly after that S.O.U.L. Foundation was born.