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Action 10’s founder, Cecilia Öman, on how the international development sector can work better for millions of people in extreme poverty.
Here are just a few examples of how the lives of some the worlds most disadvantaged people can be made better through Action 10.
Next board meeting:
Date: Tuesday, 2 February 2017
Time: 6:00- 8:00 pm
Venue: Hosted by Human Rights and Science at Impact hub, Sveavägen 44, Stockholm
We shine the spotlight on our volunteers and ask them a few questions. Find out what it means to be an Action10 volunteer, get inspired and see how you can get involved yourself!
When I observe how really poor children are transformed through education and I get more motivated to keep working on developing the Village Libraries Initiative in partnership with Action 10.
I know so well, that sorting out issues of access to water and to fuel, releases time for people more so women to engage in other activities that will improve their lives.
We are creating a safe and an enabling environment for former child soldier and women associated with fighting forces by providing rehabilitation and reintegration through community development programs.
Today’s education is crucial to the ability of present and future leaders and citizens to create solutions and find new paths to a better future. That’s why we improve the poor standard of English across Africa via mobile learning.
We want to reach a fair world where children’s rights are respected and human beings live harmoniously in peace. SEVIE and Action 10 have jointly helped people by programs providing loan and education.
The Banana Pads project creates alternative livelihoods through the distribution model allowing women to create sustainable business that benefits the whole community.