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Families know the value of education. In Kenya, in many villages, parents come together to build classrooms, due to a lack of investment from the government.

Often families struggle to access enough nutritious food and have access to unsafe food preparation resources, like this school kitchen in Ecuador.

We work in partnership with communities and local government to build safe classrooms and provide trainings to ensure a high quality of education.

With clean, safe water access provided to every partner community, women have more time to dedicate to income- generating activities and health rates flourish.

Through workshops, trainings and direct care, we are ensuring families are healthier than ever before.

Women spend hours everyday collecting water for their families. Often it is from unsafe sources, resulting in high rates of preventable diseases like cholera, worms and typhoid.

Many of the families we work with around the world survive as subsistence farmers. They struggle to grow enough food to support themselves and sell as income in semi-arid or arid regions.

By providing workshops, training and access to diversified income sources through animal husbandry, families around the world are starting to break their cycle of poverty.

Thanks to new trainings and tools, families are doubling or tripling their annual harvest, ensuring they have enough to eat and still have crops left over to sell.

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