Our vision is to eliminate poverty and alleviate suffering humanity by helping them build great future especially in the Third World countries.
We exist between immediate need and public assistance to identify the unique challenges of each community with conflict and natural disaster in order to bring relief to the people.
Ken & Chris Poverty Elimination Focus and Goals Definitions of Program Types
Program Type: The kind or category of the program, according to the program’s primary purpose are below.
Crèche: Crèches (also referred to as childcare centers or daycares) provide supervision for children during the day. Crèches provide less than 2 hours of educational programs for children during each day of operation.
School: Nursery, primary and/or secondary schools. Also includes post-secondary schools such as a college, university or seminary.
Vocational Training: Also known as technical training or skills transfer. A program where students are taught trades and/or general life skills which contribute to successful employment and self-sufficiency. Examples include sewing, woodworking, cooking, nursing, agriculture, and automotive mechanics. Micro-credit programs also fall into this category.
Orphanage: A residential facility where children live whose caregivers have died or are unable to care for them. The facility feeds the children multiple times per day (if resources available). Examples include: visiting children’s homes, group homes.
Eldercare: A facility that houses and/or cares for elderly people who are unable to care for themselves and provides them with food.
Child & Youth Development Program: We are an incubater for scalable solutions to systemic problems in education, health and society. Our current focus is the next generation of human beings and their lack of understanding in their interent self worth.
We believe in humanity, and, we strive to enforce that belief with action. We have found that youths are completely disconnected from who they truly are and are being forced to be what their environment dictates and the world demands them to be. The solution lies in building an internal world of worth
General Feeding Program: Is a place where food and cloths are been distributed for the less priviledge people in the community, and the program is mainly for the low income people that cannot afford their needs at daily bases.
Medical Program: A healthcare facility or program that provides for the health needs of the community and provides supplemental food to patients who are mal- or under-nourished. May include public health awareness, medical support or education programs as well.
Maternal Health: A program dedicated to improving the health of women during pregnancy and in the postpartum period or the health of children from conception to age 2.
Crisis Distribution: Short-term assistance provided to populations displaced by war, disease or natural disaster. Examples include: refugee camps, crisis response stations and more.
Shelter: A facility that provides short- or long-term housing as its primary service. Shelters do not have a significant educational or vocational training component. Examples include: half-way houses and domestic abuse shelters.
Community Empowerment: A program which enables communities to take charge of their lives or to create change or provide oversight in the community. The focus of the change can be related to any number of factors including gender issues, human rights, safety, economic initiatives and more. Examples include: civic programs, women’s empowerment programs, neighborhood councils and more.
Medical Mission Program. A program that created to visit Communities with medical needs
Our Board Of Directors
Poverty Elimination Board of Directors ensures sound governance, While establishing clear policies to lead the Organizations”s strategic growth. Individual members of the Board bring a balance of for profit and not for profit best practices to each issue and decision. Directors serve without compensation and contribute a wealth of time,Talent and treasure . They reaffirm their compliance with Poverty Elimination conflict of interest policy annually
Our Executive Team
POVERTY ELIMINATION ‘S executive team directs the functions of the oganization including fundraising, campaign, management, operations, membership, development and marketing. All organizationh executives and employees are bound together by a commitment to support charitable efforts to help millions of people affected by poverty, disaster and neglect worldwide.