There are many individuals and organizations that are doing amazing work towards ending extreme global poverty. Our hope is to share some of these stories and partner with some of these organizations - some that are known to our ODW members - but many smaller NGOs and CBOs in developing regions of the world that are not as well-known but nevertheless, doing amazing work.
Here is a list of our partners - a list we envision growing by hundreds in the years to come. For inquiries, contact us here.
Click on links below to learn about how ODW has partnered with these organizations to create a lasting global impact.
Promoting gender equality in the Congo.
Caring for families in Nicaragua through community clinics.
Project #81, #70, and #6
Humanitarian organization that serves nearly 100 million people in 100 different countries.
Project #80 and #55
Providing life-saving medical care to victims of disaster and war.
Project #80 & 81
Providing emergency aid and relief in the aftermath of the most powerful earthquake to hit Nepal in 80 years.
Project #79 and #49
Providing water filter molds for countries in need.
Enabling economic growth through agricultural training in Vietnam.
Projects #77, #56, #21, and #2
Offering life, opportunity and hope in 18 of the most desperate countries on earth.
Empowering women through education in Afghanistan.
Project #75 & #9
Empowering women and families in South Africa.
Securing clean water for a community in rural Honduras.
Improving pediatric care in Burkina Faso.
Intervening and caring for trafficking victims in Thailand.
Providing HIV care for children in Zambia.
Project #69 & #27
Raising awareness and resources to combat child sex trafficking.
Improving maternal health with a mobile health system
Training midwives to improve maternal health in Rural Guatemala.
Eliminating the spread of water-bourne diseases through education
Creating economic security and empowering women through the expansion of a poultry production system.
Improving maternal care for families in Cambodia through midwifery training and access to delivery services.
Building better maternal care in Sierra Leone
Providing assistance to communities in Niger by introducing sustainable agriculture programs.
Building classrooms and providing jobs for locals.
|The Adventure Project|
Project #60 & #48
Restoring wells and providing jobs for locals.
Project #59 & #18
Bringing about positive change in the quality of life to the people in poverty in the Bundlekhand region of India.
|Possible (formerly Nyaya Health)|
Providing free healthcare, and working for health equality for those in rural Nepal.
Project #57 and #37
Providing lifesaving heart surgeries to children in Iraq.
Project #55 & #56
Facilitating immediate relief in the form of food, water, shelter and medical supplies.
Malaria Prevention in Myanmar
|The Forum for Community Change and Development|
Providing disabled women in South Sudan with training and job opportunities.
Providing human rights education to people of Cambodia as a way to help prevent human trafficking.
Small loans for women in Ghana to address economic and agricultural insecurity.
Agriculture development in the DRC.
|Hope Through Health|
Treatment and care for 170 HIV+ children in Togo.
Agricultural training for marginalized women in Rwanda.
Working to prevent prostitution in northern Thailand through education and resources.
Providing nutritional support for mothers and children in Guatemala.
Helping people who live in the slums by providing education.
|John Dau Foundation|
Improving health care in South Sudan
Projects #41 and #16
Empowering urban communities in Mali, Africa to improve maternal and child health.
Spurs encouragement and action against poverty, disease and injustices against women and orphans.
Bringing clean water to 1,049 children and their families in Uganda
Providing clean water to 3,500 in Cameroon
Building schools in Uganda where there would otherwise be little or no access to primary education.
Providing assistance to families in Zimbabwe that have been affected by the AIDS epidemic.
Providing 350 children better education and health care in Zambia.
Providing improved healthcare to developing countries.
Aiming to provide water and education to people who are living without.
Projects #29 and #24
Recreating healthy forest systems that restore hope and build local economies in impoverished communities.
Providing Internet access and vocational training to survivors of Cambodian sex trafficking.
Providing access to clean water and a comprehensive hygeine program to the people in Peace Community, Liberia.
Project #21, 22, & 23
Bringing aid to the Horn of Africa in the midst of the worst drought in over 60 years.
Empowering people by offering the assets and skills to pull themselves out of poverty.
Helping impoverished communities in Haiti obtain the resources they need to manage their own development.
Seeking to ensure that all women have access to high quality maternal health services.
Projects #15 and #5
Bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations.
Splash (formerly A Child's Right)
Providing water purification, filtration systems, hygiene education to locations with verified water issues.
Holistic programs in the following areas: agriculture, education, health care, and economic development.
Working in Southeast Asia to bring holistic transformation among poor, marginalized, and at-risk communities.
CGP's mission is to help mitigate poverty, the single largest threat to well-being and social stability in Kenya.
Providing free health and psychosocial services to survivors of gender based violence (GBV).
Project #6 & #7
Reconstructing Pakistan's infrastructure after extreme flooding.
Seeking to secure justice for the oppressed by strengthening ventures that promote justice.
Project #2 & #3
Medical care in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake
A community based organization of migrant education workers active in education in Burma and Thailand.