Our outlook is that poverty eradication can be scaled and achieved across each of the communities we work with through united community support and shared solutions often encountered among the varying areas of Africa we serve. Often, the issue largest at hand is a lack of connection between members of the community to available partnerships.
As an international organization (INGO registration pending in Kenya), we coordinate the creation of chapters in countries across Africa, which take the form of Community Based Organizations or installations of our international non governmental organization.
We embrace typically rural community members and research issues afflicting their quality of life and development as outlined in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The process is an open discussion and we coordinate an executive board of these individuals to oversee a collaborative curative response.
Executive board members of the local chapter are tasked with growing the ranks of the organization and developing partners among the community in the form of organizations, government, and other industry leaders in order to assist in greater interconnected and expedient poverty eradication solutions.
Wherein partnership between interested stakeholders does not further solve the issues specified by our community board, we then seek funding, further collaboration, joint ventures, formal requests for philanthropic and strategic aid, consulting, and other opportunities externally on the community's behalf.
We balance the workload of these endeavors by shedding the weight of organizing and volunteering onto our staff. For all of the selfless participants that serve in our efforts to understand and eradicate poverty in their regions, we position which for possible stipends, career advancement, and advocative platforms.
In helping to source, coordinate, and negotiate the implementation and preconceived protection of resources or services adding to the infrastructure of our beneficiaries' communities, we guide the procurement and respective advisory process of our members and represent them throughout the global community.
Our communities and efforts are also focus groups for the implementation of poverty eradication efforts as well as a network for digital connection to Africans long off the grid. Having instituted organization and deployment, our staff also conducts performance and growth reviews allowing us to circulate our results.
Many of our community's wide expanses or rural areas are subject to vulnerabilities or underdevelopment seeking the assistance of programmatic interventions.
Our beneficiaries are typically only one lesson, consultation, connection, or investment away from starting their career or business off successfully.
Many challenges exist in implementing basic health services across Africa including battling misinformation, affordability, ailments, and divestment.
The education system in many of the countries we work within needs rethinking, remodeling, and supervision or assistance in serving its initial purpose for students.
Many have to travel miles just to receive semi-adequate drinking water, and with climate change based food scarcities or poor agricultural training, we must help.
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