What We Believe
- Health and education development can positively affect poverty levels
- There is a direct correlation between poverty, conflict and the spread of disease
- Working on health and education issues provides a forum in which positive relationships between individuals and groups can be built
How We Do It
We believe that the learning process should be fun and of value to those involved. Typically our trainings involve large groups of people, done in the evening after they return home from working the fields. In order to keep it interesting we use a mixture of lecturing, question and answer period, games and competitions. Prizes for participation and attendance include fruit, and daily necessities such as mosquito coils, soap and detergent, toothpaste and toothbrushes, toilet paper, towels, work gloves, etc..