What if not having sanitary supplies meant DAYS without school and DAYS of isolation?
Around the world, girls and women without pads use rags, mattress stuffing, banana leaves, feathers, and cow dung to manage their menstruation. Noreen from Kenya wrote, “When we have those kits, we can do something great in this world.”
A big focus of Global LifeVision is to provide access to clean, safe and reliable water in Eastern Africa – one community at a time. After accessing the community, we either provide a water well or build a protection around an existing spring.
Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction. At Global LifeVision, we have many FRIENDS in Africa – in fact – we know hundreds of people that could be very successful in life if they just had someone to guide them and care about them!
After training Ideal LifeVision to schools every week across Africa, we form a club where the leadership of the school meets regularly with the students who are excited about moving forward with their goals. This is facilitated by one of our African Ideal LifeVision Coaches
At the center of Global LifeVision is the training and coaching we provide by certified Ideal LifeVision Coaches (In-country coaches as well as “visiting” trainers). Ideal LifeVision helps to inspire individuals and communities to recognize all that they were created for, to embrace their own unique gifts and talents and to share those with their families and community igniting multi generational change.
One of our BIG focuses is to help people start self-sustaining businesses. In the past we have started a taxi service, sewing center, fruit/veggie kiosk, cyber cafe, hair dressing salon and many more things! In 2019, we will be starting a micro-finance business to loan money to women who want to start their own business.
BECOME A MENTOR
Part of our mission is to empower individuals by teaching them how to correctly set and achieve clearly defined goals. Provide accountability and mentoring 30 minutes per week to enrich and African’s life as well as your own.