OneMama has developed a unique model for service whose beneficiaries receive 100% of proceeds. We blend indigenous treatment with modern medicine & economic development programs to create self-sustaining communities. OneMama was close to sustainability until the current economic instability through us off course. We need all of you to help OneMama succeed and endure these harsh economic times and to complete the economic development programs needed for OneMama to be sustainable in the long run.
There are nearly 1.8 billion people in the world living under $1.25 per day because of poor economies & virtually no access to techniques, trades, education, & the global marketplace. Learning how to achieve the dream for a brighter future is unheard of in communities where fighting for survival is the only outcome. OneMama seeks to eliminate these statistics by building 250 clinics around the world a starting with our health clinic in Uganda - which serves & empowers thousands of people!
Every $100 Saves 50 Lives! Your donation will directly benefit OneMama's community by providing birthing/medical supplies, educational training, materials & the development of their Community Center. We believe that in order to establish a self-sustaining community (like any business), there must be nurturing & economic strategy. We know that completing these critical programs can take Kirindi Village to 100% self-sustainability - eliminating these poverty statistics one community at a time.
With Kirindi Village at 100% self-sustainability, it can serve as a model for other impoverished communities. Our goal to build 250 clinics will supply these foundations by providing not only safe birthing environments, but also teaching important trade & agro-education. Also, we provide the opportunity for these products to sell in the global marketplace, offering the chance for them to fight for their joy and eliminate poverty worldwide through improved health, confidence, and opportunity.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).