Active Partnership Countries
Since 2009 we have been working to help children and families living in trash dump communities worldwide. Currently we are serving in 4 countries with partnerships in 8 communities.
We partner with Amor, Fe y Esperanza (AFE) who offers programs for children and families of the dump community on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa. They strive to provide physical, family, emotional, spiritual, intellectual and vocational development.
We partner with Niños con una Esperanza (Kids with a Hope) who works in the Rafey dump community to provide children with after-school tutoring, technical training, a nutritious meal and snack each day, as well as spiritual guidance.
We currently partner with five different communities and have developed a strategic relationship with the Philippine Wesleyan Church to help assist us in reaching many trash dump communities around the entire country.
After taking a research and development trip to four communities in Bolivia, we started a small partnership with a local church that reaches out to the Tiquipya trash dump community once a month with resources and spiritual guidance.
Research and Development
We are constantly learning and developing relationships within communities and countries worldwide. Our goal is to become the experts in this field of relief and development specifically in trash dump communities and create a strategy to assist each one over time. A few countries that we have been researching and looking into further are Albania, Kosovo, India and the Middle East.
We are actively seeking a partnership in one of the largest trash dump communities we have ever seen and possibly one of the largest in the world, Dandora. The problem here is complex and will take many different types of partnerships to bring about sustainable change.