Our AIM Foundation’s mission is to inspire global citizenship by helping individuals in remote villages enhance their quality of life through long term self-sustainable solutions. By empowering women, orphans and homeless children globally by providing basic needs such as water, clothes, food, shelter, education, vocational skill development to create long term self-sustainable financial stability to give them an opportunity to face the world with dignity and respect. As we all know Malawi, Africa is one of the poorest countries in the world. It is also one of the least developed countries in the world. Malawi’s population is estimated at 16.4 million people. 83% have no access to water and 50.7% live below poverty lines. Every five seconds one person dies of unsafe water. Many children do not live up to their fifth birthday, the child mortality is very high in Malawi - more than a million people are affected by hunger due to prolonged dry spells, rainfall shortages, and flooding. This is true for many other African countries, they have no shelter, food, electricity, sanitation or safe drinking water.
Our AIM’s community-centric approach to helping villages in developing nations who want to improve their lives. Our AIM Foundation is building a community center which will include a medical clinic, a women empowerment center and an orphan center with playground on 2.5 acres of land in a remote village of Tongozola Michinji, Malawi, Africa.
The closest clinic is 20 Km away and many people struggle to get medical aid when they fall ill and face death from minor infections due to the lack of medical resources. 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. Our AIM Foundation has built 250 wells and is committed building a total of 1000 wells to create access to drinking water for communities in need. Wells offer safe, clean drinking water to populated areas and are a sustainable solution for many villages. Our goal is to build 25 more community centers serving 35 villages impacting 50 to 75,000 villagers with clinics, orphan learning center, women EmPOWER center (sewing classes, eco soap, eco stoves, eco reusable sanitary pads, live stocks, vegetable gardens, awareness and trainings sessions for women & children on hygiene, disease control, HIV/AIDs/ Early marriage/Divorce/social stigmas and Playground with bore-well and toilet with shower stations.