Living On One Dollar partnered with Whole Planet Foundation and Mayan Families to help support two great causes.
Please help us support them!
When we launched our activities in Cameroon, we worked from one region to another and through our feedbacks we noticed only 30% of kids have access to technology in schools.
After eating corn flour or a bowl of rice and beans each day, some kids have grown weak and weak. We stepped in with a food program called Food for Education (FFE).
Finding out that the water you carried was filled with crickets and ants, but you have to still drink because you do not have a choice is hard.
Research we carried showed that Microfinances have saved families living in poverty to save for long term goals such as the kids’ education and emergencies.