We partner with local organizations to provide economic assistance such as microcredit loans to impoverished women in developing countries. The intent of this assistance is to help the community escape extreme poverty. We also provide educational opportunities for girls and women. Our efforts have been focused on the Congolese women refugees living in the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Assistance has also included food, schooling, supplies, reading glasses, malaria nets, medicine, communication tools, and two cooperative grain mills. We started a Free Little Library at a primary school in Kyangwali. Adding books and libraries is ongoing. In 2013 we partnered with Coburwas, a local grassroots organization, to start an adult education school. We hope to expand the school project to several locations.