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HIV-AIDS Support

Donkey Project - Water Solution

Any student who has been granted a full scholarship to attend college should have the opportunity to do so. Unfortunately, many students lack the minimum amount needed to cover basic expenses such as food, personal hygiene/feminine products, items, transportation, printing costs and internet services.

Starting with only 30 sponsored children a few years ago, the Institute for Global Outreach (IGO) now supports over 700. Supporting our lifesaving work helps bring health and hope to vulnerable children and families in the neediest communities around the world.

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IGO’s Student Empowerment Initiative

This website is designed to give our donors and potential contributors more insight about our organization in hopes that you will consider joining or continuing to support our global projects. Although we've accomplished much, we seek to build a stronger solid organization that will continue to improve the livelihoods of vulnerable children and poverty stricken families Worldwide.


​Starting with only 30 sponsored children a few years ago, the Institute for Global Outreach (IGO) now supports over 700. This short video highlights our accomplishments over a 6 year span. Each and every person you see in this depiction is an actual recipient in one of our four programs.

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The AIDS epidemic began over 25 years ago, and the disease continues to prey upon millions of children around the world. This drives poor people even deeper into poverty, depriving families of the young adults who are their most productive members.


Early Childhood Education (ECE)

Until the infrastructural development reaches many communities, IGO is providing donkeys as an alternative to an immediate need. Donkeys are provided to carry water from the water points to the villages to reduce the burden of women and children who walk long distances for water.

Currently, over 3 million children under the age of 5 die every year due to extreme hunger. That's over 8000 little children who suffer and die needlessly every single day. ​