Cater is a vital project that aims to improve the maternal and child health outcomes of underserved communities with inadequate healthcare systems. Through our comprehensive antenatal, safe delivery, and postnatal maternal and child health care services, we seek to reduce the mortality rate of mothers and children in these communities.

We work closely with local health authorities, community leaders, and healthcare workers to provide pregnant mothers with delivery kits to ensure that services are integrated into the existing healthcare system and tailored to the specific needs of each community.

Sanctuary is a community-driven project that aims to bring accessible education, literature, and mentorship to underserved neighborhoods by establishing local libraries.  By providing a physical space for reading, studying, and collaboration, Sanctuary seeks to bridge the gap in educational opportunities between underserved communities and those with greater resources. Through our curated selection of books, mentorship programs, and educational events, we hope to inspire and empower individuals to pursue their passions and achieve their goals.

We believe that access to quality education and literature is a fundamental right for all individuals, regardless of their socioeconomic background. We envision our libraries as safe havens that offer not only resources but also a sense of belonging and community. We are committed to working closely with local organizations, schools, and community members to ensure that our libraries serve the specific needs of the communities they are located in. Together, we can create a more equitable and just society where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.

Plastic waste is a major environmental problem that affects us all. Every year, millions of tons of plastic waste are generated, and much of it ends up in landfills and our oceans, causing harm to wildlife and ecosystems. At the same time, millions of children around the world are denied access to education, leaving them without the skills and knowledge they need to build a better future for themselves and their communities. However, plastic waste can also be an opportunity for positive change. Through recycling and proper waste management, we can not only reduce the amount of plastic waste in the environment but also support sustainable health and education initiatives. 

R4SHE (Recycling 4 Sustainable Health and Education) is an innovative project launched to support education for out-of-school children through plastic waste management. We believe that every child deserves the chance to learn and grow, and we believe that every piece of plastic waste can be turned into an opportunity for positive change. With your support, we can make a real difference in the lives of children and the health of our planet.

Blood Not Tribe (BNT) peace project underscores the importance of recognizing our shared humanity above tribal affiliations or differences. By advocating for non-violence and peaceful conflict resolution, this project promotes the idea that all humans have equal value and should be treated with respect and compassion, regardless of their background or identity. Ultimately, it is only by recognizing and embracing our common humanity that we can build a more just and peaceful world for everyone. 

BNT fosters peace, justice, and strong institutions where people can discuss their differences, overcome prejudice, and engage in bridging gaps. We are working with communities via workshops, community meeting, social-media and media protocols.