Enabling more children to attend school thereby eradicating poverty
Meet Jennifer, she is the founder of a Glory Primary School (GPS) in Ngoswani, Kenya. GPS is educating students and mentoring business women. After funding her business, Jennifer now has several employees and impacts approximately 880 people in her community through GPS.
Help us unlock their incredible potential to move our world into a bright future and solve complex problems, by investing in entrepreneurs like Jennifer.
We invest in the entire education cycle to affect generational change.
With our programs, people have increased their income by 50% and their savings by 100%. Participants have shared that they are sending more children to school. Schools show a significant increase in grades and overall better quality of education for students
We build businesses for schools and families, and for a woman-owned business, she can impact 11 lives directly. 1 school business impacts 1,650 lives. Beneficiaries enjoy a reduction in hospital fees, savings on food, and reduction in school fees.
We are on a mission to build resilient entrepreneurial communities to end poverty. In doing so, we ensure more people have access to education, healthcare, and food — particularly women and children.
Before entrepreneurs are accepted by Humans for Education an extensive assessment is done by several trained ground staff and scientists at Humans for Education. The assessments look at current assets, skills, and previous community involvement.
Once the entrepreneurs they will undergo an extensive educational courses that provide education in their specified fields and in business acumen. All entrepreneurs receive mentorship.
After the individuals starting businesses have finished the educational courses, business can be implemented.
Our model is created to work with the extreme poor, whether educated or illiterate, to teach them the skills they need from running a business to pitching and finding investors.
Data shows that education is one of the most important social determinants of poverty, so creating small businesses to ensure the sustainability and longevity of these essential facilities is key to the rise out of poverty for impoverished villages.
We build economically durable communities by creating culturally-sensitive solutions. When building businesses or jobs, we consider solutions from sewing to agriculture to tech and fund the most appropriate solution for based on the market and resources available.
What we do is essential, overwhelming, and incredible, and we are not done. It is critical that schools and families have the tools to generate their own income and have safety nets. And we believe we can make this change within our lifetime.