November 14, 2012
Vort Port International (VPI) enables low-income communities globally to gain access to basic necessities through education, training, and innovation of sustainable technology-based solutions. All of the VPI members are truly dedicated, passionate and committed to helping people all over the world to gain access to economic opportunities, afford clean energy, and live a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle. They are currently implementing various projects from Banda Bikes in Uganda to Solar Powered Computer Labs in India and Biodigesters in Madagascar. Being involved in Public Affairs for Vort Port last year I saw firsthand the positive impact that all of the projects have on people all over the world. I feel that Vort Port International is a truly innovative, unique and organized non profit and I would like to see them grow larger in size so that they are able to make an even bigger impact on society than they already are. I am happy to have worked with VPI and I hope that they continue their wonderful work.
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