We operate in places where corruption, weak governance, high levels of poverty and gender inequality lead to exploitation and suffering of all kinds. In these places, supporting the basic needs of beneficiaries is essential. Care initiatives work together with education and training efforts to help ensure a sustainable vision of empowerment.
Our care activities include ant-trafficking, health and water service projects that support wellbeing and have demonstrable outcomes in education and learning. For example, over the last 10 years, we have provided clean drinking water to 10,000 villagers (60% of rural communities don’t have access to clean drinking water). Simply, if children aren’t carrying water long distances, they can go to school. Moreover, these initiatives ensure the wellbeing of beneficiaries in some of the most neglected communities in our world today.