Emerge Poverty Free
Emerge Poverty Free
Emerge poverty free is an international development charity. We fight poverty by helping local people to get the skills and tools to fight poverty themselves.
Poverty is a gross injustice. It is a prison into which millions are born each day. Without help few will ever be free. Emerge poverty free believes that every child should be free to follow their own path in life rather than a destiny fixed by where they are born. Emerge poverty free believes that every person has the right to reach their full potential poverty free. Emerge poverty free works through local partners to relieve suffering and hardship anywhere in the world caused by natural disaster, conflict and economic or social circumstance. The work is collaborative with local non-profit organisations which have both an awareness of local needs and the vision to provide sustainable solutions. Our mission is to empower people to help themselves through education, cooperation and sustainability. In addition to support the mission we provide safe water, food, shelter and health supplies.
Emerge Poverty Free aims to:
- All emerge poverty free projects implemented with local partners will enable children, communities and families to live poverty free.
- The most effective way to become poverty free is to have knowledge and skills. emerge poverty free will support school education, teacher training or vocational training in all our projects.
- From sewing cooperatives in DR Congo to water committees in Ugandan villages, the impact of a project is greater when people work together. emerge poverty free will aim for joint working in all we do.
- emerge poverty free will work through partners developing locally led NGOs and community groups to become sustainable so that they can carry on the fight even after our financial support has moved on.
Established: August 1995
Registered Charity Number: 1045672
Board members: 5
Full time staff: 8
Phone number: 02078393854
Address: 20 York Buildings London WC2N 6JUView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website