Our biggest goal is to save many lives by fostering hope and dignity. We have completed constructing over 550 bore-wells and 250 toilets-showers, and have empowered over 450,000 women with self-sustainable projects with neglected populations around the world. We have supported around 250,000 orphans and have built schools to promote education in order to help break the cycle of illiteracy. After a successful medical and humanitarian mission trip to the Rohingya Refugee Camp, we have touched thousands of lives by donating food, clothes, and by running five schools which impart primary and secondary education to orphans, as well as sewing classes to victims of abused women.
Health issues have always been a prevalent matter of concern within the developing world, especially in Malawi. The closest clinic is nearly twenty kilometers away and many people struggle to get medical aid when they fall ill due to the lack of medical resources, resulting in death from preventable causes. Malawi is also known as the “Death Valley of Malaria” due to the lack of access to clean, safe drinking water and the lack of toilet facilities. The Our AIM Foundation is currently building a community center which will not only include a medical clinic, but also a women’s empowerment center and an orphan’s learning center with recreational facilities in a remote village of Tongozola, Mkanda in Malawi. The Our AIM Foundation has also committed to building a total of 1,000 bore-wells to create access to drinking water for communities in need. The bore-wells offer safe, clean drinking water to populated areas and are a sustainable solution for many villages. Our goal is to build more community centers, with each community center serving an estimated 35 villages, essentially impacting thousands of villagers with the presence of clinics, orphan learning centers, women empowerment center, which will host sewing classes, provide sanitary equipment, and impart education towards financial literacy, among other accommodations.