Edge of Seven
1031 33rd St
Peter Mason, Eva Capozzola
Erin Subedi, Peter Mason, David Durbin, David Koerner, Leah Hackler, Olga Sorensen, Rob Crum, Darcy Struckhoff
Eo7 breaks down barriers for girls and women to get more and better education to lift themselves out of poverty.
Edge of Seven projects are collaborative endeavors with grassroots organizations that are already making tremendous strides to empower girls and alleviate poverty in developing countries. We enable project execution by offering technical assistance and funding to these local partnering non-government organizations (NGOs).
Edge of Seven advances its mission primarily through the Community Development Program. This program revitalizes rural villages through community-driven projects that bring necessary sustainable infrastructure, like schools, sustainable housing, and water supplies, to remote regions in Nepal and Kenya.
To date, Edge of Seven has completed six community development projects in rural Nepal, including a primary school to accommodate fifty-five students in Jarang; a girls' hostel in Salleri to house forty girls attending the nearby higher secondary school; a sustainable community water supply in Purdu; a secondary school in Phuleli constructed using revolutionary earthbag technology, a higher secondary school serving 150 students in the remote village of Basa, and a water supply in Salleri.