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We support
thriving communities

We’re helping children access healthcare, clean water and education, so they can thrive at home and at school
HOME > What we do > We support thriving communities
We support
thriving communities
We work with governments, civil-society organizations and individual donors so young people have tools and training to achieve the extraordinary

Helping children access the basics

  • We address social, cultural and economic issues and help build safe, resilient communities
  • We engage community members to change attitudes and practices leading to exclusion, inequality and injustice
  • We build clean water sources and sanitation facilities and train community members on safe water, sanitation and hygiene practices
  • We nurture children’s health by teaching mothers how to grow and prepare nutritious food, among other activities
  • We build health centres and provide health supplies to fill gaps over and above what local governments provide
  • We support pre-natal care and safe deliveries through health-education, training health workers and more
  • We empower children and community groups with the information, confidence and capacity to collectively demand their basic needs and rights be met
  • We help adolescents, youths and adults build small businesses through finance and skills- training
  • We help build safe communities better prepared to respond, recover and rebuild when disaster strikes

Projects supporting communities

How we’re making progress…

In the 2019/2020 fiscal year, we accomplished the following...
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children, teachers, parents and guardians benefited from greater access to inclusive, quality education

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new or renovated classrooms and libraries created more opportunities for learning

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people were reached through disaster-preparedness campaigns
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community members benefited from access to maternal and child healthcare

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school supplies (pencils, uniforms and books) made it possible for 45,800 children to go to school

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community members were reached by health-awareness campaigns