The government in India provides monthly pensions for all eligible widows, elders, and handicapped individuals; unfortunately, they are oftentimes difficult to access and sometimes the individuals that can apply for them don’t know that they exist.
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There is a new kind of litter patrol in Ofesi, Malawi. Residents in the community of Ofesi worked together to identify insufficient sources of income as a community issue. Ofesi’s solution? Goats.
While many school teachers in Haiti went without pay for months during school closures, Outreach continued to support the dedicated teachers in our School Program.
Three communities in DR Congo have reached an important milestone in their development story.
After 16 more months of preparation and fundraising, the APROAVA farmers received the first distribution of irrigation supplies in March 2020, including 68 fuel-powered water pumps (one for each family).
One of the most beautiful and subtle components of Outreach’s work is the interior transformation found within communities taking an active role in addressing the issues they face.
What happens when a community becomes self-sustaining? Pomp, circumstance, empowerment, unity, and a big celebration, among other great things.
Plenty of mouths to feed, and even more smiles to share in Outreach's Haiti Schools Feeding Program.
When is a meal more than just food? When it is part of a community-run rice-loan program, nourishing families, as well as teamwork!
Outreach's Elene Cloete explains how communities keep up their good work when the going gets tough. It's FASCINATING.
Partners in Cambodia get together for community meetings, and gather strength for the work ahead.
How does a community-led team in India irrigate their crops? They harness a few rivers, and go with the flow.