CHOICE Humanitarian

www.choicehumanitarian.org

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CHOICE is a humanitarian organization that works to build underdeveloped villages into empowered, successful communities. CHOICE focuses on connecting villagers with the resources, tools, and opportunities they need to increase the health, education, and prosperity of their community. Their efforts are successful because they work with locals living within the villages they are striving to help, and they partner with both corporate and humanitarian organizations. The locals know the people, their situation, and what can be done to develop the village into a successful, sustainable community; CHOICE partners can provide the funds necessary to take action. Since 1982, CHOICE has worked in over 15 countries around the world and continues to expand its efforts outward.

Trivani and CHOICE are currently sponsoring students in Kenya and collaborating on several projects in Nepal, including the completion of the Neta Primary School.

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  • […] in Kenya is the Samburu Integrated Development Programme in short, SIDEP. SIDEP is an initiative of Choice Humanitarian and Trivani Foundation. It is a program whose objective is to promote local, community and village […]

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  • 2. Linda G. Cox  |  April 26, 2010 at 6:27 pm

    It warms my heart to see the good that you’re doing all over the world! Your work is somthing that I am physically not able to do, yet I am able to market with Trivani and help that way! Thank you for all you do!
    ~Linda

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