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

With the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) in mind, we provide Universal Healthcare Coverages (UHC), which includes:



– 
health insurance premiums (for households);


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


– purification of the rainwater;


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


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


– 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.