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Check out our 2011 Annual Report!
2011 Social Impact
- 5075 individuals taught hand washing, sanitation, and first aid
- 702 trained in nutrition and safe food preparation
- 148 aided in alcohol and drug rehabilitation
- 16 NGOs trained on how to build soilets (innovative developing-world toilet system)
- 1527 hours assisted in ERs and medical clinics
- 703 women taught in breastfeeding, nutrition and menstruation cycles
- 165 trained in agriculture and vegetable gardening
- 4 dental and visual eye camps organized and executed
- 15 natural lights installed in electricity-devoid households
- 6 handwashing stations built
- 32 envirofit and rocket stoves dispersed
- 1 borewell built in slum community bringing water to 300 families
- 1 mile-long pipe constructed securing fresh water to 400 villagers
- 9756 visual acuity screenings performed to individuals in rural areas
- 684 educated, counseled, and tested for HIV/AIDS
- 1 book published and illustrated on unnecessary hysterectomies dispersed to2000 villages
- 1 reception area reconstructed for National Children's hospital
Business and Entrepreneurship
- 6 different 30 minute radio broadcasts about business principles, questions, and answers recorded reaching hundreds of citizens
- 423 instructed on micro-business principles, finance, and marketing
- 3 Piggeries built as a source of income generation
- 112 individuals assisted in creating small businesses and income generating ventures
- 32 Grants drafted to secure funding for struggling NGOs
- 1 mushroom farm started
- 443 teachers taught practical teaching methodologies
- 2 schools built
- 4 school roofs built and repaired
- 20 motivational murals painted
- 2 classroom additions constructed
- 41 adults and children taught to read
- 103 Special needs individuals reached through educational programs
- 905 youth reached through leadership, conflict resolution, and empowerment-themed workshops
- 415 individuals taught in formalized English classes
2010 Social Impact
- 8,410 served with visual health through screenings, eyeglasses and cataract surgeries
- 5,424 people taught Nutrition, Hygiene, Sex-Education and general Community Health lessons
- 4,036 helped through AIDS awareness activities
- Construction of various Health and Sanitation Facilities, Classrooms, illiterate-friendly hospital signs, Mushroom Homes and Chick Farms benefitting thousands.
- 872 involved in improved Literacy and English campaigns.
- 836 students empowered through Music, Drama, Art and Soccer Camps.
- 674 taught skills related to Leadership, Computers and Conflict Resolution.
- 465 school children taught Drug Education.
- 293 trained on Square-foot Gardening and Vermicomposting with 158 Gardens built.
- 160 trained, 58 Adobe Stoves built.
- 148 trained for improved Micro-Finance loaning and Business Consulting.
- 69 Special Needs Children and teachers engaged in therapy and learning activities as well as 17 empowerment themed wall Murals painted.
- 38 Lepers given care and attention.
- 29 trained on Bee-Keeping ventures.
- Recycling Program implemented.