Poverty is multidimensional — true poverty is being deprived of the multiple advantages the modern world brings, not just being poor. Our beneficiaries are poor not just because they lack access to funds, they are poor because they lack access to infrastructure, healthcare, sanitation, recreation and the many social and emotional comforts that privilege brings.
While we know that education can defeat generational poverty, we also know it is important to address the many dimensions of poverty. What we need in our communities is Transformation. Which is why we brought all our activities under one roof — The Right Project.
The Right Project harnesses the strengths of our Urban Ultra Poor Program, our Community Development Program and our Academic Adoption Program and optimises them to deliver transformations in the communities we work with.
So let us have a quick look at the communities we work with and the two facets of The Right Project — Education and Ecosystem.