Women from DR Congo master the "three r's" of adult literacy: Reading, Writing and Revolution!
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For the first few years of her life, Chev's family collected their supply of potable water from an uncovered, unfiltered communal well. The reliability of the water’s source was countered by the ongoing uncertainty of its safety.
Since 1979, Outreach International has facilitated community-led development to sustainably address poverty-related issues worldwide. We currently work in 10 countries around the world, applying our unique approach to sustainable change on a daily basis.
Outreach field staff facilitates local community groups to identify, prioritize and resolve issues of persistent poverty. We do this through a nine-step process we call Participatory Human Development, or PHD.
Outreach International empowers our community partners to work together and forge sustainable outcomes to the issues they face. We’re a team of poverty-smashing experts, committed to facing the challenges of resolving chronic poverty alongside our partners through facilitation of community-led development and careful cultivation of empowered mindsets.
Outreach International is currently working in ten of the poorest countries in the world; helping tens of thousands of people who lack access to proper nutrition, clean water, healthcare, education, and job training. We’re working to forge sustainable solutions through knowledge, ingenuity, trust, and accountability; to help communities achieve the knowledge and skills that lead to generational impact and perpetual growth.
Outreach International recently opened the brand new Outreach Event Space in the Crossroads of Kansas City with an open house party!
Community partners in the Philippines harnessed funding from the successful partnership between Outreach and Dial from Global Handwashing Day 2016 to jumpstart a community-wide water system. We love it when a plan comes together.
Replacing dirty water with a clear solution.
Once more, with feeling.
MPAT, or the Multi-Dimensional Poverty Assessment Tool, is the most comprehensive method to measure poverty's presence in a community, then quantify and assess the results of the efforts and methods employed as all parties work toward building a stronger, more prosperous future.
Luz Diana inspires us faster than we expected in our first Staff Q&A.