Project Potential | Power to do
14468
home,page,page-id-14468,page-template,page-template-full_width,page-template-full_width-php,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-title-hidden,qode-theme-ver-7.6.2,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.3.5,vc_responsive

IT ALL STARTS WITH OUR MINDSET

empower instead of rescue

What happens when we focus on problems

Suhani is poor.
She studied in poor quality
government schools. She doesn’t have
electricity.  She lives in a conservative
Muslim village and girls rarely work.

 
 

Conclusion?
Suhani is a poor girl in need.

What happens when we believe in potential

Suhani’s dream is to become like Malala.
She has enrolled in college.
She has a smile that lights up the
darkest of rooms. She has taught countless
mothers to read and sew. 

 

Conclusion?
Suhani is a Village Visionary.

The village lacks money.
Lacks education.  Lacks health.
The village is one of lack.

 

Conclusion? 
Change is impossible

Suhani has taught local women
how to sew to earn money.  She has
trained local girls to open
learning centers. And working with
local government, she has brought
electricity to the village.  

 

Conclusion?  
The community can come together
to drive change.

WE EMPOWER LOCAL VILLAGE VISIONARIES TO IGNITE CHANGE IN THEIR COMMUNITIES

to turn them into places where anything is possible.

vv-fullscreen-width

Visionaries are people who ask why. They imagine that abandoned community building repainted and filled with children. They see that bamboo grove as the building block for the bridge we need to build over the river. The illiterate uncle, who tells great stories is turned into the MC for the local community radio program. They find the aunties who knit for fun and help them start selling their products in a big market in a nearby town. Most of all, Visionaries imagine how things could be, rather than how they are. They see potential, not poverty; possibility, not problems; promise, not plight.

WE ARE PROJECT POTENTIAL