HOPE AND CARE THROUGH TWO AIMS.
Disabled people are not only the most deprived human beings in the developing world; they are also the most neglected. More than 600 million people in the world live with some form of disability. Not only are they, typically, the poorest of the poor, but they also need more help than able-bodied people to overcome their handicaps, and attempt to live normal lives.
We want people with disabilities to have their hope restored.
By providing people with disabilities a wheelchair, we provide them access to participate in family and community events. People that were once confined to their bed are now able to move around their house and community in a wheelchair.
TAKE A LOOK INTO THE WORLD OF ALI WORK.
ACCESS TO CLEAN WATER
IT’S A CRISIS
The vast majority of Indonesia’s 220 million people still lack access to an improved water source. We partner with villages and communities to install clean water systems in villages that do not have access to clean and safe water.
PROVIDING CLEAN WATER and WATER SOURCES to SUSTAIN A HEALTHY LIFE.
More than one-hundred thousand children under the age of five die every year in Indonesia as a result of intestinal illness. As Indonesia’s population is growing exponentially, the burden on existing fresh water sources increases proportionately. If currents trends continue, Indonesia is headed for crisis. We partner with villages and communities to install clean water systems in villages that do not have access to clean and safe water.
ACCESS LIFE IS COMMITTED TO MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE VILLAGES OF SOUTHEAST ASIA.
Without access to clean water, women in the villages spend hours each day walking to the closest river to haul heavy buckets of water back to their houses so that they can cook, clean, and bathe. Without access to clean water, people in the villages are more likely to be sick because of poor sanitation.