My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for 100 Humanitarians International, South Jordan, UT, USA
I get asked the question often, "Why Kenya?"
This is why.
With a poverty escape rate of 0.5 people per minute, the drive to achieve the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is at risk.
UN’s SDGs aim at reducing the number of people living in extreme poverty by 2030.
The goal of 100 Humanitarians International is economic development in families. The four areas of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals we address are pictured below.
1. Business Boxes for Families to train economic development; School fees for 25 children
2. Garden Boxes, cows, goats, chickens
3. Trees and gardens; Thermal Cookers (provided by @HopeSac) to reduce need for fuel sources
4. Water storage tanks and water filters (provided by The Waterbearers); Days for Girls reusable feminine hygiene kits (provided by the Zariel and Bomet Enterprises.)