We aim to create social development structures that can help rural communities become self – sustaining.
Programs such as microloans and vocational training can help scale up villages and ensure that all rural poor have access to agricultural input, health, education, electricity, communications, transport, safe water, and sanitation.
Sooner rather than later, these investments will repay themselves not only in lives saved, children educated, and communities preserved, but also in direct commercial returns. We need to be more creative in order to save the lives of millions of people now struggling to survive – and often failing – in the impoverished villages around the world.
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