"Optimizing Global Resources"
Institute for the Management of Conflict
Building an emergency treatment unit in Maforki.
Stabilizing water sources for the hospital.
Performing electrical assessments for the center.
Orphaned Ebola survivor receives medical exam.
Renovating an uninhabitable clinic in Lokomasama.
Rewiring emergency generators for the clinic.
Installing a water system in Port Loko.
Solar inverter installation.
Setting up mobile hospital treatment centers.
Building Ebola survivor tents.
Seeking out organizations with similar missions in order to coordinate efforts, maximize efficiency of resources and ensure a greater positive impact in the communities we work.
Overseeing the transfer of approximately $2M worth of materials and equiment.
Distributing ambulatory vehicles.
Setting up containers for mobile hospital treatment centers.
Ensuring we only work with subcontractors with fair and equal hiring practices that empower women in the developing areas.
Recognizing the importance of engaging all aspects of being part of the community, not only do we work with our national counterparts, we play with them as well to deepen trust and camaraderie.
Young children gathering for their first day in their newly constructed school.
The completed Afghan Boys and Girls school in Kajran, Afghanistan.
Establishing community-based education programs.
Dedication to providing the resources needed for the development of education.
Grand Opening of the Kajran District's School for Boys—the first of it's kind in the region.
They travel near and far to attend the newly
Collaborating with the Minister of Education on the design of district schools.
Construction begins on needed education facilities throughout the Kajran District.
Locals reinforcing roof structures.
Utilizing indigenous resources to create mud bricks used to construct school walls.
The staging of air-dropped school supplies.
Inspecting and gathering information about livestock in order to assist local farmers.
Preparing livestock for vaccination in order to prevent the spread of communicable diseases.
Sharing advances in veterinary medicine with Pashto Tribes.
Improving the life-expectancy of juvenile animals through inoculations.
Educating young boys in proper animal husbandry.
Instilling pride-of-ownership in livestock.
Healthy livestock is critical to local trade and economy.
Providing unhindered distribution of humanitarian supplies to rural communities.
Collaboration with local leaders on the immediate needs of rural communities.
Providing end-to-end supply chain management of humanitarian food stores.
Providing daily clinics and health assessment in remote areas of western Afghanistan.
Recovering air-dropped food and medical supplies in areas outside normal supply routes.
Building education centers for the nomadic Kuchi women and girls.
Nomadic tribal integration promotes the trade of valuable textiles.
Our community-engagements produced regional acceptance to allow the education of girls.
Collaborating the Minister of Education on construction sites for additional schools.
Building local capacity in the safe disposal of land mines.
Providing security sector reform through training and advisement.
Promoting national pride and good governance.
Constructing water wells in close proximity to refugee settlements.
Providing a safe and secure environment for orphan refugees.
Providing environmental assessments in protected zones.
Conducting site surveys of illegal smuggling centers.
Anti-poaching surveillance training and support.
Interdiction operations in support of rare species conservation.
Advising local police on operations against illegal trade.
Providing classroom instruction on the proper use of firearms.
Practical exercise for anti-poaching officers in Palawan, Philippines.
Trust in the resolve
of silent doers.
CAGE Code: 76BH8
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