Innovating new models to empower victims of war and extreme poverty
Your generosity funds water, food, and medical breakthroughs.
Four years ago, after 14-year-old Hassina Soulyman, from Hadara village in Delami county, spent two days in labor at home, weak from loss of blood and falling in and out of consciousness.
How We Put Donations to Work
Providing Life-saving Services
We have pioneered models that are specifically tailored towards victims of genocide. With your support, we continue to innovate and expand.
Over 2,000,000 people rely on our services
From the Nuba Mountains to Darfur, & the Blue Nile, our services are a vital lifeline. Food, water, education, and other projects save lives.
Addressing War and Extreme Poverty
From our education network and digging wells to our nutrition and sanitation services, we work to empower survivors of war and massacre.
Making Strides in Eradicating Extreme Poverty and Hunger
We build partnerships and raise resources for the world’s most vulnerable people by proving customized services tailored to help communities manage their own development needs.
Through different programs, we provide clean water, food and nutrition, education, relief and resiliency, global health, community development, environmental sustainability, child survival, and women and girls.
We are breaking the cycle of extreme poverty and violence through education and sustainable job creation in the Nuba Mountains, Darfur, Blue Nile, South Sudan, and Refugee Camps and slums in Kenya and Uganda.
Tackling Mass Starvation and Malnutrition
We address hunger and malnutrition head-on by helping small farmers in the war-torn South Kordofan increase production and sell more crops as the best way to combat global hunger and poverty
Digging Wells & Installing Hand Pumps
Due to the lack of drinking water women & children are forced to travel great distances in search of water. Many still lack access to safe water often face obstacles like discrimination and long droughts.
Effective Healthcare Interventions and Immunizations
Poverty and health are strongly linked. Health problems can plunge people into poverty or keep them from escaping it, and those in poverty are more likely to suffer disease because of lack of treatment.
Our New Educational Model
We created innovative and effective pedagogical approaches with our community’s own evaluation methods.
We then developed a robust new educational model that combines traditional content with critically important psychological, financial, health, and administrative skills.
We advocate for girls and former child soldiers right to access free, safe and quality education. Our approach of equality builds a relevant marketplace, entrepreneurship, and health care skills as desperately needed. Students tackle real problems that empower them to take the initiative and responsibility for their own learning.
Our schools simultaneously adopt action-oriented pedagogical methods that hone critical thinking skills and enable children to identify challenges, seek out and evaluate relevant information and resources, and design and carry out solutions for said challenges.