“The solution to poverty is not simply about providing more money to the poor; it’s about giving them the tools to become self-sufficient.” – Muhammad Yunus
OHF has a long-standing track record of successfully developing and implementing solutions that address the most pressing issues in these communities.
The solution must be accessible and easy to use for people with limited education and literacy skills.
The solution must be able to withstand the harsh environmental and usage conditions in which it will be used.
The solution must have minimal environmental impact and should be made using environmentally friendly materials and production methods.
The solution must be priced within the means of people living in poverty.
The solution must be simple to operate, maintain, and repair.
The solution must be scalable to reach a larger population and to accommodate future growth
The solution should be constructed using locally available materials to keep costs low and to support the local economy.
The solution should be sensitive to the local culture, customs, and beliefs of the population it is intended to serve.