Together, we can confidently say Outreach International did more to positively impact the world, in more places, in more ways, in this past year than at any point in its history. If you allow it, this Annual Report from Outreach will help you see the good in the world so that you can more easily be the good in the world.
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Residents of Nandabadi, India, celebrate the completion of a solar water system project that brings convenience and technological advancement.
We’ve worked with some impressive interns, and these four are no exception. Meet Jenna, Ben, Rachael and Sarah, and prepare to be inspired!
The Outreach Event Space is an inviting venue with a festive look and stylish vibe. Classic high ceilings and exposed brick give an eclectic feel, while the décor and amenities add warmth to any gathering.
Parents, teachers, and community members in Nicaragua are banding together to revitalize a cornerstone of their community: their local school.
Don’t just take our word for it — check out some of the ways we care for the planet while ALSO addressing poverty-related issues!
In December 2020, Human Development Facilitators (HDFs) from our program partner in Nepal began investigations to explore which communities they should expand their program work to next!
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.
Treadle pumps yield more than crops for Oliver and community members in Kapisha, Zambia!
Community members collaborated, identified the issue, mobilized to solve it, and met with a resource agency to install solar powered street lights in the village.
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.
As a part of our #womenwhowow series in celebration of International Women's Day, meet community-builders Adelayda and Martha from Nicaragua.