We Answer the Question:


“How can we maximise the resources that developing countries have; to do the things they need to do …, while minimising the burden of public debt”


The 12th World Bank
 Group President


Jim Yong Kim

Targeting the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals), we:


– build rainwater harvesting systems on schools’ rooftops, on roads that are crossing water starved areas, on open fields etc;


purify rainwater for the ‘over–served’ in order to avail plenty of low-cost municipal water to the underserved;


– build toilets in toilet-less homes, schools and roads;


bring medical services to villages & schools without the services; and,


– do menstrual hygiene management (MHM) as a tool for managing the toilets.


We work
in least developed countries (LDCs) and lower-middle-income countries where –– to date –– projects like ours are done with funds from the traditional sources (e.g. public funds, overseas development assistance, individual donors, foundations and CSR).

$1.4 Trillion

in Annual Investments.

Funds from the traditional sources aren’t enough for SDGs at the scale that is needed for LDCs and lower-middle-income countries, which require about $1.4 trillion in annual investments.

$5 Trillion

Sitting In-cash

Therefore, we mobilize as follows some of $5 trillion currently sitting in cash with the private sector to our work.