WHERE WE WORK

We go where others can’t reach.

U4C’s programs and projects are designed to address issues specific to each vulnerable community or population it works with.  U4C does not believe in “one-size fits all” approaches to complex social issues across different cultures. Our programs are designed in a “bottom-up” fashion, recognizing unique issues in each community and involving local people in assessing needs and developing strategies to tackle their challenges.  We focus on the following continents and countries, where we can build collaborative partnerships. 

BOLIVIA

Despite all the progress in this region, 10 of the 15 most unequal countries in the world are in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a UNDP report, vulnerable populations in this region risk falling into extreme poverty as soon as a financial, political crisis, conflict or natural disaster hits.

COLOMBIA

Despite all the progress in this region, 10 of the 15 most unequal countries in the world are in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a UNDP report, vulnerable populations in this region risk falling into extreme poverty as soon as a financial, political crisis, conflict or natural disaster hits.

MEXICO

Despite all the progress in this region, 10 of the 15 most unequal countries in the world are in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a UNDP report, vulnerable populations in this region risk falling into extreme poverty as soon as a financial, political crisis, conflict or natural disaster hits.

TANZANIA

The continent has made significant progress socially, politically and economically. However, poverty rates remain high and progress on health, sanitation, and food security has been slow and inconsistent.  Women continue to face limited opportunities in the economic development. Many organizations are working together with governments to ensure sustainable growth.

KENYA

The continent has made significant progress socially, politically and economically. However, poverty rates remain high and progress on health, sanitation, and food security has been slow and inconsistent.  Women continue to face limited opportunities in the economic development. Many organizations are working together with governments to ensure sustainable growth.

RWANDA

The continent has made significant progress socially, politically and economically. However, poverty rates remain high and progress on health, sanitation, and food security has been slow and inconsistent.  Women continue to face limited opportunities in the economic development. Many organizations are working together with governments to ensure sustainable growth.

ECUADOR

The continent has made significant progress socially, politically and economically. However, poverty rates remain high and progress on health, sanitation, and food security has been slow and inconsistent.  Women continue to face limited opportunities in the economic development. Many organizations are working together with governments to ensure sustainable growth.

UNITED STATES

The continent has made significant progress socially, politically and economically. However, poverty rates remain high and progress on health, sanitation, and food security has been slow and inconsistent.  Women continue to face limited opportunities in the economic development. Many organizations are working together with governments to ensure sustainable growth.

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