The “Leader’ role matters because it gives all concerned an unbiased party to bounce things off and help plant the seeds for new ideas and considerations. We see our Leaders as the collaboration conduit to ensure we are always aware of needs and changing needs and how well we are doing, outside of our third-party assessments. Our Leaders keep their hand on the ‘pulse’ of what we are doing.
Did you know that less than 10% of girls in South Africa pass 8th grade and continue their education? The main reason to their dismissal is that they can't afford underwear nor menstrual products and are being bullied in school for it, so they drop out permanently.
The challenge is not in providing food to developing countries, but in creating a long-term solution to the food depravation issue, so communities can become self-sufficient.
One Brick at a Time is a brick-making business creating 10 full-time jobs every year in Bergnek, South Africa.