From the start of Foundation activity until 2013, the total number of activities carried out is as follows:
Activities carried out:
• 96 dwellings built.
• 8 schools.
• 4 libraries.
• 1 student dormitory / residence.
• 1 adult literacy program.
• 150 children sponsored (school, health coverage and nutritional support).
• 2.500 self-recharging radios for following school work distributed.
• 4 university scholarships.
• 5,175 books for libraries and schools.
• Various types of machinery for occupational training.
• An agricultural training project for family income support.
• 66 drinking wells.
• 1 deep drinking well with a 50,000 liter storage tank and a distribution network
extending to a school, a health clinic, and the local community.
• 1 plumbing system to supply water for an entire school.
• 1 health and social rehabilitation clinic for the poor.
• Donation of 1 ambulance.
• 2 nutritional support projects for extreme cases of infant malnutrition.
• 1 nutritional education program.
• Daily meal for 625 school children for one year.
• Complete outfitting of a maternity ward.
• 330,000 trees planted.
AID IN HUMANITARIAN CRISES:
• Financial aid following the 2010 Haitian earthquake, and during the 2011 Somalia famine.
All of these actions are a drop in the ocean of poverty and need, but fortunately there are those who benefit...
• 96 families with new home.
• 150 sponsored children, with access to education, medical coverage and sound
• 25,000 children who can access educational content and information vital to
day-to-day living by radio.
• Over 35,000 people with access to drinking water.
• Almost 3,000 children have been able to attend school.
• 10,000 homeless people who have access to medical care and social services.
• 16,750 who have recovered the fertility of the land they farm and depend on
• 500 adults who know how to read and write and can now gain access to the job
market via job training
• 2,450 children in humanitarian crisis who enjoy a daily meal.
• 130 children under the age of 5 whose lives were saved by emergency nutritional
• 23,000 students whose learning is improved by having access to a new library.
• 50 families who are now self-sufficient in meeting their nutritional needs.
• 600 students who will now have the chance to commence their secondary school
studies by being able to stay in a student residence.