where we work

Although we’ve partnered to build schools and other projects in multiple countries all over the world, today we focus our efforts in two sub-Saharan African countries based on the overwhelming need, and the networks we’ve established over the years. Those countries are:


Burkina Faso is one of the most culturally rich countries in the world, but it has struggled economically as a result of geography, climate change, and terrorism. The country ranks 182 out of 189 countries on the UN Human Development Index. In 2019, it had the 17th lowest GDP, according to World Bank.

We built our first school in Burkina Faso in 2015, and we’ve remained committed to the country ever since. With an office in the capital, Ouagadougou, we currently operate in two regions of Burkina Faso: Center-West and Center-South.


Often referred to as the “Warm Heart of Africa,” you’ll discover why after spending a week among its incredibly friendly population. Unfortunately, Malawi has suffered as a result of the AIDS epidemic, climate change and poverty. Malawi ranks 172 out of 189 on the UN Human Development Index. According to the World Bank, the country had the second lowest GDP per capita in the world in 2019. With an office in Kasungu, we currently operate in the Kasungu District located in the Central Region.


Globally, we drill wells, build schools, and increase food security.

wells drilled

Solar-Powered Irrigated Community Farm

schools built