WE ALL DESERVE A SMILE
There are many ways to bring smiles to tearful faces. Join the movement to eradicate poverty.
YES ! A World Without Poverty is Possible.
With a collaborative effort, we can actually see a world without extreme poverty
Who We Are
Heritage international is a humanitarian organization that works towards supporting children, women and young adults in attaining their full potential by helping them tackle poverty and injustices in the society. Since 2002, Heritage International has worked in some of the poorest areas in India, Ghana, Nigeria. Read More
What we do
Through experience, planning, and careful research, we identify areas where change can be made through little sacrifice and great vision. We visit these areas and with the help of the community members we assess the local needs and work with the people and other volunteers to build a more sustainable life and future. Read More
You can support Heritage International in various forms. Help put a smile on people’s faces. Be part in changing the world to the way you want to see. With our strict adherence to transparency, all our project funding are published online. Donors get to know what their donations are used for and the impact they are making. Read More
The Family Knows No Boundaries
We work towards improving basic education, prevent the spread of diseases, increase access to clean water and sanitation, expand economic opportunity and protect natural resources. Drawing strength from our global diversity, resources and experience, we promote innovative solutions and are advocates for global responsibility.
Our capacity building and youth empowerment programmes are geared towards identifying and providing relevant human resources for community development. Guided by the aspirations of local communities, we seek to pursue our mission with both excellence and compassion.
WE ARE ALREADY DOING IT. POVERTY IS REDUCING
According to the World Bank, Poverty has been reducing. And
We have a heritage to live by. The heritage of freedom, equality, peace, and happiness.
- 1990 35.3%
- 1999 28.6%
- 2013 10.7%
Amidst the remarkable progress of reducing poverty, 400 million people still do not have access to essential health services as of 2015. 6% of people in low and middle-income countries are tipped into or pushed further into extreme poverty because of health spending. Non-communicable diseases are now the cause of 63% of deaths globally with 80% of the deaths occurring in low and middle-income countries.