All of our projects focus on helping families achieve self-reliance. We are in this to change the next generation and teach them skills that will allow them to choose a better life.


Families in poverty often grapple with a myriad of health challenges, one particularly overlooked issue is the lack of access to proper menstrual hygiene management for girls and women. This problem can have far-reaching consequences, including health issues and hindering educational opportunities.

In many impoverished communities, girls often miss school during their menstrual cycles due to the unavailability of affordable, clean and reliable feminine hygiene products. This absence not only disrupts their education but also perpetuates the cycle of poverty.

Reusable feminine hygiene products provide a practical and sustainable solution. Underwear and washable cloth pads offer a cost-effective, eco-friendly, and hygienic way for girls and women to manage their periods. By ensuring that girls have access to these products, we can help prevent them from missing school days, ultimately empowering them to stay in education, giving them the chance to break free from the poverty cycle that often plagues their communities.

Many women didn't get the chance to finish school, but with our HopeKit program women and girls receive hygiene and reproductive education so they know how their bodies work. We also teach groups of women and girls how to sew the underwear pattern by hand, leading them to then have a valuable and marketable skill.

In conclusion, providing reusable feminine hygiene products to girls and women in poverty is not just about addressing a health challenge; it's about ensuring equal access to education and empowering the next generation to build brighter and more prosperous futures.


Health challenges are pervasive in impoverished communities, and one significant issue is the harmful impact of indoor air pollution from cooking over open fires. Families in poverty often rely on traditional cooking methods, which can lead to respiratory problems and other health issues, particularly among women and children who spend significant time near the fire.

The HopeSaC thermal cooker is a remarkable solution to this problem. It not only reduces the time spent over open flames but also helps preserve lung health. By using retained heat cooking technology, the HopeSaC allows families to bring food to a boil and then continue cooking in an insulated container, eliminating the need for continuous fire-tending.

This innovation not only reduces indoor air pollution but also conserves precious fuel resources and minimizes carbon emissions. It leads to better respiratory health for women and children, who are often the primary cooks in these households. It also frees up valuable time for other activities, such as education and income generation, further contributing to improved overall well-being.

In conclusion, the HopeSaC thermal cooker is a vital tool for addressing the health challenges faced by families in poverty. It offers a safe, efficient, and sustainable cooking solution that not only preserves lung health but also enhances the quality of life for those who need it most.

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