How proper nutrition has given
Hairullo and Fashullo a brighter future.
Hairullo and Fashullo are two boys that have big dreams. Hairullo is a 16 year old who wants to be a military officer while Fashullo is 17, and plans on being a police officer when he gets older. Both boys live in a foster home in the mountains of Central Asia because their parents are too poor to provide for their basic needs. Growing up, it was difficult for the two to find the proper nutrition to feed their growing bodies. Now, through the help of the Global Aid Network, both boys get the proper nutrition through their school’s food program. The boys are finally living in a supportive environment that allows them to focus on what’s really important: fulfilling their dreams.Close Impact Story
To make the greatest impact possible, we’ve identified these 5 investment areas.
We fund sustainable agriculture and emergency relief programs around the world. Feeding communities and
promoting self-sufficiency, we provide a critical source of nutrition for people who lack the proper nourishment.
We deliver long-term solutions and immediate support for people that are in desperate need of clean water. By building
sustainable infrastructures as well as physically transporting water, we’re providing access to this human need.
We empower people through education with our K-12 education program. By providing training and necessary life skills,
we are committed to elevating communities through knowledge in an effort to halt the cycle of poverty.
We work to provide people with opportunities to thrive. Through our microfinance program, we are enabling women to take
the first step towards self-sufficiently. With our loans, we can provide stability through new jobs and increased incomes.
We believe that every human being has the right to be free. By investing in projects that focus on rescuing people that
are living in captivity, we are liberating women and children and introducing them to a new world of freedom.
So far, we’ve invested over $1,600,000
to empower women & children in extreme poverty.