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Empowering individuals and communities to lead the way to positive, sustainable change

Vulnerable populations will remain vulnerable until they are empowered to be active citizens and become the movers and shakers in their communities.

In order to address challenges including dirty water, poverty, human trafficking, gender-based violence,  food security, climate change, and more, we work within communities to empower individuals to become catalysts for positive, sustainable change and build an engaged civil society.

This includes facilitating dialogue between communities, businesses, and governments.

Whether it’s through the establishment of our Village Water Committees, Village Development Committees, Community Early Childhood Development Committees, Indigenous Community Committees, or more, we are striving to empower vulnerable populations at the individual and community level to lead the positive change long after we are gone. 

In Profile! Seng Mang: Working for Humanity

“My dream is to see my whole country, especially women and children, be able to access professional counseling services when they need them.”

Celebrating Families & Bright Futures

“I have not been able to study at night because I do not have a light. I feel happy because I now have a light to study.”

Celebrating World Autism Awareness Day with ETC

On April 2nd the world celebrates the 14th annual World Autism Day. Learn how the Enable the Children program helps support children with Autism and their families in Sierra Leone.

International Women’s Day: Elevating Women’s Voices in Sierra Leone

This International Women’s Day learn how we #ChooseToChallenge gender stereotypes and the pull-down syndrome against women by elevating women’s voices. 💪

Mushrooms, Migration, & Opportunities

Growing mushrooms has many benefits for farmers in Kampong Khan, Cambodia. It’s contributed to food security, reduced labor migration, and family reunification.

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