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“The best way to predict the future is to create it.“


Alan Kay, Computer scientist


A push for constant innovation and new ways to solve very old problems is a major cornerstone of how we think, what we do, and how we can leverage the world's best innovations to move communities out of poverty. 

Our Innovation Thinking Process


Understand  +  Define  +  Search  +  Ideate 

+  Analyze  +  Prototype  +  Implement  +  Test

Here are just a few of our community innovation ideas:

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Online telemedicine to enable 24/7 global healthcare consultations & physician expertise,  entire community preventive healthcare and individual medical checkups with recommendations on managing a healthy lifestyle, a community clinic outfitted with modern medical technologies and medications, training of local people to manage basic community emergency healthcare needs with equipment with a phased approach over time to eventually build a modern hospital and surgery center, The Internet of Things (medical equipment with sensors, processing ability, software, and other technologies that connect and exchange data with other devices and systems over the Internet), first-world childbirth devices and equipment including incubators, Embrace Warmers, and other prenatal and postnatal care of mothers and newborns to decrease infant and maternal mortality rates. 


Additional innovations may include; Roughrider wheelchairs, Kite Patchs to protect humans from mosquitoes for up to 48 hours, the Jet Injector and Uniject auto disable injection system use innovation and high pressure to deliver vaccines as an alternative to needles, Hemafuse, 3D printing in medicine, SMS services to identify counterfeit medications, and other modern community healthcare innovations.

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Contaminated water kills more than 3.4 million of the world's poorest people every year through water-related diseases. Most of the victims are young children, who die of illnesses such as malaria, cholera, diarrhea, dysentery, hepatitis A, amoebiasis, typhoid and polio caused by organisms that thrive in water sources contaminated by raw sewage. 

A key RISE Project goal is to put locally ground-sourced, clean running water directly into the faucets of kitchens and bathrooms in ultra-smart homes of every house in each community, along with community-installed water treatment systems and support infrastructure.

Current clean water and hygiene innovations may include toilets in every home  in conjunction with sewage treatment and UVC-LED water purification systems, or an Omni Processor machine that converts human waste into drinkable water. W.A.S.H. system training and LifeStraws that filter water that people drink from lakes, puddles, and any source of dirty water.  The Life Sack is an ingenious water purification device that doubles as a container for shipping grains and other food staples, while the Lifesaver filtration bottle can make unsafe water drinkable in seconds with a single long-lasting filter that can clean 6,000 liters of water




Conduct detailed research to build a better understanding and empathy for user's real needs.


Outreach and search globally for best solutions, best practices, and proven working innovations.


Conduct detailed data-driven analysis of best options with end performance and goal achievement as baselines.


Implement the solution and put the vision into working effect with the ability to get ongoing performance data.

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Use research to observe user needs, define problems, and determine end goal performance metrics and best possible outcomes.


Brainstorm best solutions, connect ideas, incorporate creative design, and analyze opportunities for innovation that can scale.


Closely review best options, create tactile representations of best ideas in real-world situations.


Conduct detailed ongoing testing and analytics and iterate and adjust based on performance data.

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We believe education is a powerful means toward social transformation. We define educational innovation as any access to technologies, tools, policies, people, programs, hardware, or ideas that advance learning forward from previous practices. These innovations and practices need not be new to the world, though they may be new in a particular school, region or context. These educational innovations must enable teaching of both academic competencies and 21st-century skills at the same time, that will advance and lead to new opportunities even in the poorest and most remote locations. We work in coordination with local, regional and national government education people and policies.


​Education is seen as a major springboard to move individuals, families and communities out of poverty. There are significant new ideas and innovations in education happening around the world in over 166 countries, including a global catalog of almost 3,000 education innovations some of which are suitable to implement into our rural community schools. At the same time, poverty, illiteracy and ignorance often cause widespread societal problems including teenage pregnancies, domestic violence, marital divorce, high rates of unemployment, and are a burden on kickstarting the local economy and the country's national treasure. 


​Teaching skills and curriculum must be first-rate, including some aspect of online learning and virtual tutoring by leading world experts, all helping prepare students for vocations, careers and possible advanced university studies. This will allow learners to leapfrog inequality to prepare and help young people thrive in alignment with the advancing 21st century. Innovating to create a world-class education will also create increased household income and wealth, and provide new opportunities to pursue bigger life goals and dreams. 

Resources such as educational resources, books, pens and pencils, computer equipment, modern classrooms, audio-visual equipment, computer laptops (XO Laptop) and software for every student, must be made available along with coding skills, STEM studies, arts and humanities, and school sports and cultural activities.

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The goal is to use innovation to build a stronger local economy in rural communities and regions. This requires new ways to create household income that do not currently exist. The initial push must be to find new income sources as quickly as possible to create early wins, with a long-term quest to build a robust and long-term sustainable economy.


The community must begin to become a part of the global value chain. Humanity We is launching a global online eCommerce platform to help local artisans sell crafts, art, jewelry, wood carvings, artifacts, ceramics and other products worldwide. In addition, training will be given to enable access to the multi-billion dollar online global freelance gig economy, where after high-speed internet and electricity is introduced to the community, individuals will be able to use skills such as marketing support, coding, administration, telemarketing, data entry, and other digital skills to provide full-time or part-time work.  The availability of micro-financing (small unsecured loans) is seen to be an important element of family upward mobility to create the initial means to build earning potential. 


We will work with some of the world's top economists to increase GDP (Gross Domestic Product) per capita in each community over the ten years we are committed. We will work with village leaders, local and national government, our funding partners, and our NGO partners to make efforts to create new industries and sectors to create stable or growing tradable industries that bring wealth into the community, create employment opportunities, and carry strong multiplier effects that support the overall economy.

The Humanity We team will work with the community to attract new employers and businesses, including manufacturing, sustainable tourism, services, to create economic development. These businesses will require a healthy, skilled workforce as the most important factor in locating there. 

Rural communities must play to their local region’s strengths, supporting sectors and building specialties such as agriculture, manufacturing, energy, assembly, and potentially specialized industries such as music, creative arts, or even destination attractions to bring tourism spending.  The community leaders must continuously respond to the new technological, environmental, and educational needs with a focus on reshaping the community labor market and required skills.


The newest innovations in global finance must be leveraged including mobile banking for financial transactions, and this model could be expanded to incorporate digital transactions and financial education. This not only offers a secure way for people in the most rural, remote areas to receive, save and manage their finances, but offers a group with extremely limited access to financial services the ability to master a powerful financial tool where they can make financial decisions based on real-time information and situational awareness.

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Individual and whole community mindset is an overarching collective and individual attitude where people share a common vision and sense of belonging to a community, and work together for both individual and overall group success. The major mindest challenge with communities who have lived and struggled in poverty for generations - is the lack of clarity of vision for a future that is going to enable a better life, hope, and the ability to dream - beyond poverty.  

Leaders, good governance and multi-stakeholder contribution are some of the most important ingredients to moving a community forward from poverty and to build on the foundations and building blocks of The RISE Project, to achieve the vision of a strong and poverty-free community. The formidable challenge of guiding a whole community out of generational poverty takes special leader skills, which is extremely important to navigate the inevitable challenges and to seize future opportunities.

Change and programs must always be what's best for the community. The RISE Project will create significant change, something many people are uncomfortable with. Community institutions must change also to better build for the future of an ever-changing world. Developments and innovations in technologies, energy, device intelligence, transportation, and access to information have made the world smaller and more interconnected. The community cannot afford to look inward when the thinking and actions taken – or not taken – will determine the future of the community and the current and future welfare of the people. 


Effective leadership requires innovative thinking. It requires the ability to consider and embrace new ideas, to build bridges with people of all realms, generations, languages, beliefs, genders and perspectives, and to bring people together, to discuss difficult subjects to mutual advancement. Mostly, effective leaders must be able to get things done - even through adversity. Today's leadership must be gender-agnostic and requires the ability to see and achieve an unbiased long-term vision, the ability to leverage technologies to create jobs, to deliver better health care, improve household income and community economy, to improve governance, to forge a clear vision for the future, and to guide decisions for the overall betterment of the community.



While farming and food production globally, especially in developing countries has remained traditionally-based for hundreds of years, even-while the population often does not have enough to eat, resulting in nutrition-deficient children and even growth stunting. Innovation is recognized as one of the keys to enabling food production transformation and a healthier community.


Technology has moved rapidly to enable higher yields, improved nutritional values, and new essential data variables like soil, crops, livestock, and weather and more. The RISE Project and its partners propose to introduce new technologies and innovations to improve the community food production capability, while also lowering the costs of production and improving the health and wellness of the community.


Innovations in food production and nutrition include advanced digital tools that will help to provide data into valuable, actionable insights, and exciting technologies alongside new access to global knowledge and best practices can make farming more profitable (increased income for the farmer and the community), improve the efficiency of water and other inputs, and build sustainability and resilience across crop cultivation and animal husbandry.


Seed, irrigation, water conservation, fertilizers, low-power networks, cheaper sensors and soil conditioning have vastly improved, helping farmers increase yields. Agriculture is in the early days of a major revolution, with the new core of connected devices providing 24/7 data in conjunction with network connected sensors, artificial intelligence, machine learning, advanced big data analytics, RFID & Bluetooth sensors, Wi-Fi 6 technologies, drone and robotic automation farming, digital apps, software, and farming management platforms and mobile digital dashboards, access to LEO constellation satellites with reduced latency to enable even the most remote rural areas of the world to enhance global farming productivity, high-speed cloud computing, precision irrigation of field crops, monitoring of livestock, Internet-based online seminars, global farming experts, database knowledge libraries, and peer-to-peer discussions, and even indoor vertical farming systems that require one tenth of the land, while producing more than 10 times the traditional food yield. Vertical farms may be the future of high yield food production as their food is organic, of high quality, low carbon, energy efficient, environmentally friendly, and the supply is predictable no matter the climate.


In terms of sustainability, food production systems are a major contributor to climate change, emitting up to one-third of global greenhouse gases. Farming contributes to 80% of tropical deforestation and is a main driver of soil degradation and desertification, water scarcity and biodiversity decline. Improving farming, food production, nutrition yields, soil management and other earth-friendly techniques could offset and sequester about 20% of total annual emissions.



To enable families, households and whole communities to have upward mobility out of poverty we believe standards of living must be raised across all key areas, including homes, which provide the basis of stability, security, personal advancement, generational wealth-building, improved mental health, human dignity, and a place for multi-generational community belonging. Homes in poorer, developing countries have typically been rudimentary, and lacking the basic resources and facilities of what the modern world would call a house incorporating elements needed to live a healthy and connected lifestyle. Sustainable innovation for today’s world is key, while maintaining the community’s cultural values, history and integrity.


A home is the core the basis of stability and security for a family, and as such The RISE Project must execute a powerful vision of providing access to resilient smart homes for all residents - within a smart community to achieve its goals. This will be highly challenging, but is an absolute necessity.


The need to develop smart, sustainable, low energy, zero carbon emissions, safe, hybrid dwellings that include all the elements of a connected modern home, for all members of each household, and which must also be considered as a structural unit of a smart community, and connected to an effective community infrastructure that provides clean running water, electricity, wastewater, trash/rubbish disposal, and the high-speed internet across the community to each home.


Each home must incorporate energy-efficient and easy, eco-friendly materials with rapid modular construction, intelligent AI-networked sensors for maximum comfort, climate control, digital information, power usage and entertainment, the incorporation of a modern kitchen, bedrooms, living area, bathroom, toilet, water-efficient shower, new energy lighting, intelligent renewable energy production to feed into the community power grid and charging station, entire home Bluetooth and hi-speed Wi-Fi enabled, and other new technologies. Consideration for the future effects and consequences of climate change to be made. 


The structured 10-year phased creation of a whole larger community eco-friendly environment and community plan incorporating parks and green areas,  to achieve a nature-positive future for all, the planting of thousands of trees for carbon absorption and shade, a smart community center incorporating learning centers, sports and cultural venues, meeting spaces, eating and entertainment areas, and medical center, as well as everything needed within walking distance – stores, medical facilities, schools, roads and transportation hubs, business parks, and schools. 

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Humanity We is dedicated to the belief that each community should maintain a foundation and direct association with its own unique cultural associations, history, designs, values and beliefs. 

Many of these may go back over hundreds or even thousands of years, and while the core focus is on moving entire communities out of dehumanizing poverty and advancing the lives of the people, the ability to live and thrive within a community familiar to societal cultural norms is critical. 

It is a mistake that all progress should focus on economic factors, as building long-term sustainability of the community will require considerably more than economic success.


At its core, personal and societal "happiness" must remain a pre-requisite that sustainable development, economic advancement and upward mobility from poverty should take a holistic approach - and give equal importance to non-economic aspects of wellbeing and happiness.

Progress and programs must always be what's best for the community in both the immediate and long-term.


Community leaders must guide all major decision-making in collaboration and transparency with every community member, and citizen happiness must be a major consideration in all decision-making. Elements of community art, music, culture, and sports, alongside psychological well-being, citizen wellbeing and access to healthcare, community vitality and common vision, lifestyle-effective time use, education, cultural diversity and resilience, good governance, ecological diversity and resilience, and raised living standards.

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Direct community access to electricity that is abundant, affordable, secure, safe, clean, and carbon-emissions free - is the future of powering the economic engine to move out of poverty. Without access to reliable electricity, many of the elements and innovations of The RISE Project will not be possible.


Energy, primarily electricity, but also including fuels, is a basic human need, but the lack of access to reliable electricity is a major contributor to poverty. Carbon-based fuels such as oil, have had a major contribution to climate change globally, and the impacts of energy decisions and climate change are not equal for all people, especially for poor and low-income communities. The problem of access to energy becomes more acute, with continued severe economic and social consequences, so it is important that we are able to innovate and provide new ways to gain access to electricity for the communities we work in, providing the sustainable power generation sources and infrastructure to power homes, businesses and the community at large.


The next 30-50 years have a high likelihood of severe consequences for poor communities due to climate change including extreme weather causing damage to community infrastructure and structures, disruption of food production systems, the impact of regional and global economic factors that may impact community GDP, clean water access, health and wellness factors, communication and transportation systems, and other elements of The RISE Project.


The goal is to implement un-interruptible, reliable and sufficient renewable energy sources to power the entire community, in conjunction with a new generation of low-energy consumption devices, with AI-managed energy usage across a network of intelligent, networked smart-house and smart-commerce technologies and lighting with effective battery storage technologies where needed. We need to look to the immediate and long-term future, to ensure energy production is reliable 24/7, inexhaustible, net zero-carbon, zero-emissions, and affordable.


Innovating sustainable electricity production will require leveraging sustainable and inexhaustible natural resources, such as the new net-zero generations of wave energy, solar, wind, biomass, geothermal, biofuels, and other renewable energy sources. Each community has its own advantages and challenges, so there is no one-size-solution that fits all. The RISE project will work with local leaders and the world’s best experts and partners to implement.

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It is not possible to manage the inevitable challenges that moving out of poverty will entail, without effective community leadership and strong, inclusive, representational, functional local institutions. Innovation to social justice must be a key factor aligned with best practices in other global small communities.


Outside of a communal vision past poverty, there will always be various factions and perspectives that will have differing opinions about change. The community must always prioritize effective leadership, and focus on upholding the rule of law, equitable local dispute and conflict settlement, human values, protection of individual rights, social justice, reducing local crime, and peace and justice initiatives for the overall best interests of the community, in both the near and long term as change happens.

The rule of law and development have a significant interrelation and are mutually reinforcing, making it essential for sustainable development at the local and regional community levels. Corruption, bribery, theft, and tax evasion inhibit advancement and limit the ability of the community to leave poverty. 

Community mechanisms including voting, are absolutely necessary to help advance the communities collective values, to fairly resolve conflicts, and to be a functional body to ensure societal decision-making.


Poverty is often a catalyst to violence and abuse in the community and in the home. Violence as a factor of poverty is far too common against women in the home and community, and violence against children affects more than 1 billion children around the world and costs societies up to US$ 7 trillion a year. 50 percent of the world’s children experience violence every year, and the births of around one in four children under age 5 worldwide are never officially recorded, depriving them of proof of legal identity crucial for the protection of their rights and for access to justice and social services.



Instant access to the world’s knowledge and new science-based breakthroughs in all elements of the community’s daily function, in conjunction with leveraging new technologies, smartphones, networked devices, and reliable access to high-speed broadband internet is essential to enable upward mobility out of poverty. The internet-connected smartphone is already one of the world's most important technologies for bringing people and communities out of poverty,- but we are only just beginning.


Internet-connected, intelligent, AI-enabled devices are a key to achieving The RISE Projects' 10-year societal goals for the village. Broadband (or high-speed) internet access is no longer a luxury, but a basic necessity for economic growth, human development and effective distribution of services in both developed and developing countries.

Broadband has also become the platform for smart infrastructure (e.g. intelligent electric grids, networked sensors, and smart-community energy management) that is facilitated by new wireless technologies. It can help leverage big data for more intelligent decision-making, create a seamless interconnection and autonomous coordination of a large number of computational intelligent elements and sensors, inanimate and living entities, people, processes and data. These technologies and innovations are now much more affordable to help create income and global jobs in information and communication technology (ICT), marketing support, the global creative economy, engineering and other sectors, as well as help catalyze job skills development, an important avenue toward poverty reduction and shared prosperity.

High-speed internet is the backbone of the delivery of information and essential community services such as education, healthcare, food production, leadership training, entrepreneurialism, household income, The Internet of Things (IoT), energy management, and more.

Technologies and high-speed internet also provide increased opportunities for women's empowerment and environmental sustainability and contributes to enhanced governance, transparency and accountability. It also helps nurture the social development of the community, including giving access to global perspectives, worldviews, news and information and a broader global context.



There is a direct connection between poverty, equity and environmental sustainability. In order to achieve a balance between the economic development, social equity, and environmental needs of present and future generations, sustainable development is an integral element of all RISE Project initatives. As such, over a third of the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals focus on environment-related outcomes. These include the goals on water (Goal 6), climate change (Goal 13), oceans (Goal 14) and land (Goal 15).


Innovation in sustainable practices and perspectives is critical to people and communities that depend greatly on the natural environment for their health and livelihoods— especially people and communities living in poor communities in rural areas in developing countries. The local environment typically provides the essential necessities of life, including water, food and air, but also provides many of the resources for economic growth, livelihood, and the means to fight environmental and natural challenges related to climate, geography and other hazards. The well-being or state of poverty in developing communities is often linked to the state of the natural environment and the opportunities it offers.


The awareness of the climate change impact that global man-made carbon emissions has on the very vulnerable and poorest communities in the world is becoming very apparent. The consumerist modern life has caused significant resource depletion and climate change. It is important that The RISE Program initiatives be based on community and household sustainability best practices including circular economy principles where products are designed for reuse, repair and recycling.  We must ensure that all initiatives are aligned with where the world is going, rather than the poor practices of the past, including non-sustainable, environmentally harmful resource collection, such as those throughout the colonial periods.


Many environmental issues are interrelated including air and water pollution, over-exploitation of natural resources, biodiversity loss, emissions from carbon-based fuels and energy production, deforestation and livestock methane, soil degradation, desertification, ocean acidification, and over-fishing. Carbon-offset initiatives such as large-scale tree planting must become a part of the community plan.  


Mitigation of environment-related risks through awareness and effective leadership, especially awareness of those risks posed by climate change such as drought, water shortage, fires, flooding and extreme weather-related events must be considered. Mitigation measures should be integrated into The RISE Program strategies, policies and initiatives in order to safeguard investments and achieve both immediate and long-term results.

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We believe that all lives have equal value.


That all men and women are created equal, that everyone belongs, that everyone has rights, and everyone has the right to flourish. The RISE Project supports a commitment to all ages and beliefs towards equality and equal representation of men and women in governance and transparency in decision-making.


Inequality and disparities for communities living in multidimensional poverty have many faces - including, economic and income inequality, social inequality, inequality of life opportunities, racial inequality, educational inequality, housing inequality, healthcare inequality, food insecurity, and inequality for the 1.5 in 10 people living with disabilities.


Poor communities must recognize that equality matters. We work to create awareness that every person on the planet deserves opportunities and a reasonable quality of life that comes from generational family advancement. Humanity We integrate human rights perspectives into our programs, including the empowerment of poor communities moving forward into our approach to tackling poverty. It means ensuring that within the communities we work with, poor people’s voices are heard when decisions that affect their lives are made. Poverty discriminates in important areas that matter so The RISE Project is focused on building an environment in which excluded people have more control over their lives.


We see human equality challenges a major factor in maintaining poverty, and determine that moving people, families and whole communities out of poverty will remove many of the barriers to equality, providing increased voice and influence in local, regional, and national legislation, policies and government priorities.  Our programs give local people more say and influence as consumers in the global marketplace, and increased access to each of The RISE project elements including education, healthcare, clean water, global knowledge, sustainable housing, job security, and increased household income.

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The Arts are the lifeblood of a vibrant society, are a means of expressing creativity, forging an individual identity, and enhancing or preserving a community’s sense of place.


Sports create a local and regional pride of place, brand-recognition, and excellence in sports can be a great facilitator for community engagement and interaction, helping build stronger bonds within the community along with overall increased health, social cohesion and social capital—keys to development and prosperity.


A cultural arts and sporting heritage broadens opportunities for health, education and lifelong awareness of cultural relevance, including a better understanding of local history, expression, and contextual relevance in the world. 


In addition, the design and construction of impressive and functional creative cultural and sporting facilities, community hubs, centers, structures and institutions provides a place for people to grow and participate in music, arts, and sporting teams – that can lead to constant improvement and civic pride over time. Research has shown that the revitalization of indigenous cultures can play a key role in supporting the health, hope, and economic well-being of individuals and communities.


A focus on creative art culture and sports will help build social capital, the glue that holds a community together. This brings a powerful reason for people to work together and support each other, along with, social solidarity and cohesion, social inclusion, community pride-building and empowerment, and enhances confidence, civic pride, and tolerance. It can lead to cultural and sporting events and activities such as festivals, fairs, sports events, music, arts and classes. 


In addition to its intrinsic value, a culture of art expression provides important social and economic benefits. A global trend recognizes the contribution of arts to sense of place, quality of life, and community and economic prosperity. This requires a process of forward-thinking community cultural planning.


Humanity We will help plan and construct creative cultural centers and a sports stadium over 10 years. Cultural and sport planning is part of The RISE Project, but led by local leadership and groups, and involves broad community engagement to identify and leverage a community's artistic, cultural and sporting resources, strengthen the management of those resources, and integrate them in all facets of local planning, economic growth and community decision-making. 

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We need to be the best-of-the-best fundraiser to fund these programs. Humanity We must innovate our donor outreach and storytelling capabilities to be amongst the very best. As a registered 501.c.3 charity, all operational expenses will take considerable financial and human resources along with a drive to overcome the inevitable barriers to our ability to fund our programs.


We experience ongoing complexities and considerable challenges to reaching our audiences across multiple channels - all the while working closely with our partners to constantly innovate our solutions to move whole communities out of poverty.


Humanity We must execute world-class intelligent and compelling storytelling to reach multiple audiences on multiple channels.

To do so will take a highly sophisticated marketing and storytelling capability, based on the latest innovations in AI, machine learning, multi-targeted omnichannel marketing automation, and intelligent personalized content activation. 

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Effective program execution across multiple time zones and geographic areas, working with multiple partners and local leadership groups, managing 14 complex projects in every township we commit to, different languages, supply logistics and shipping management, challenges with access and roadways to remote rural communities, the effective design and engineering of major community-wide infrastructure projects, managing our teams operating on the ground in multiple countries, payroll and administration, financial management, fundraising, recruiting, leadership development, and many other challenges, require excellence in program management.


When it comes to effective implementation, we build quality control standards and performance metrics aligned with the principles that guide all of our work: effective planning, transparency and accountability. 

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Big ideas throughout the course of human history, have changed the world.


Humanity We is a Moonshot, a big, audacious goal to solve Poverty for billions, a seemingly impossible problem that has plagued mankind for hundreds of years. Our idea is innovative, bold, and highly challenging.


We look at the model of some of humanity's great organizations such as Doctors Without Borders founded in 1971, now operating in 70 countries, has helped tens of millions of people, grown from a group of 13 doctors and journalists to an international movement of more than 45,000. The United Nations, founded in 1945, the United Nations and its 193 Member States work to maintain international peace, dignity, equality and security, to give humanitarian assistance to millions of people in need, protect human rights, and uphold international law. 


We believe that when people set their minds to wildly ambitious goals, the seemingly impossible starts to become possible. We believe that our mission at Humanity We needs to be achieved, and that if not us, then who? What we do is a very big goal, but Moonshot thinking is about just that — pursuing difficult and seemingly impossible things that others say is undoable, but if done, will redefine humanity and change the world.

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We are building a highly innovative culture that is needed to achieve our goals.


A community's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people. Our goal is the learn and determine the intrinsic culture of every community and country we work in, based on the history and hearts of its people.


Every location is different, but local culture must be the centerpiece and springboard directly aligned with the values and beliefs of the people we serve. 

Because we work in many different cultural, religious, and political areas of the world, Humanity We is neutral to our mission and is not aligned with any doctrines, core beliefs, particular principles or positions, religions, advocacies, politics or policies. 

We believe it is our privilege to help others, to enhance human dignity, to respect local and regional culture and customs, and to help create new opportunities for better lives for the people we serve and future generations. 

Internally we work to build an excellent culture and place to work, to maintain a flat organizational structure where everyone has a voice and is encouraged to bring their own unique perspectives, talents and skills, to build our organization and a better world. 



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Change the world.

Change you.


We believe every organization has a unique chance to change the world, and also to change the lives of those serving.


We have found that serving others is not only good for the people we serve, but can provide the unique ability to improve the lives of those who serve. Thousands of studies have shown that the very act of giving back to others, builds greater happiness, self-esteem, health, purpose, and a sense of well-being.


Our GREAT BIG LIFE is a structured program designed to help you discover your true self, live your greatest life, find real happiness, meet other like-minded people, provide an easy way to get involved to change the world, and to find and follow your own north star. 

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