IMPROVING LIVES WITH CLEAN WATER, PEACE BUILDING AND COMPASSIONATE LEADERSHIP
Conscious Coalition is a platform that partners with nonprofits and social ventures who are committed to reducing poverty, conflict and social injustice. We help create opportunities for clean water resources, education and economic development in various under-privileged communities across the globe.
HOW WE WORK
Bring thought leaders together with industry leaders so that we can blend subject-matter expertise with financial and operational resources to move quickly and efficiently.
Joint Venture Partnerships
Create international joint venture partnerships that bring the best minds, hearts and hands together with the best solutions across borders and entity structures.
Transcend the many limitations of non-profit structures and approaches by bringing to bear world-class corporate leadership skills and operational expertise with these humanitarian and social venture efforts.
HERE ARE SOME WAYS YOUR DONATIONS HELP TO CHANGE LIVES
15K will fund our entire leadership and education program including computer systems, training modules and facility management.
$7,500 will pay for a well to service a community of 300 daily
$3,700 will pay for a rain catchment system
$2,500 will sponsor our WASH program (water, sanitation and hygiene) with community leaders to ensure our wells are sustainable for the communities they serve.
$200 will put a police officer through our entire peace building, education and leadership program.
$100 will provide clean water for 4 people for an entire generation
There are 844 million people living
without access to safe water.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that over 40% of Africa’s Sub-Saharan population still lacks access to safe water. Africa’s population has grown from 800 million in 2000, to a whopping 1.2 billion today.
1 in 9 people lack access to safe water and 1 in 3 people lack access to a toilet.
Every 15 seconds, a child dies from waterborne illness, the 3rd leading cause of global childhood death greater than all acts of war and violence, AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis combined.
200 Million hours women and girls spend every day collecting water which takes time away from work, school and caring for family and leaves them more vulnerable to acts of violence.
Over 300 million Africans lack access to clean and safe water for drinking and 700 million are living in poor conditions without adequate sanitation. Lack of access to clean and safe water has frustrated poverty reduction efforts and hindered economic prosperity
WATER AND RECONCILIATION
Bundibugyo District, Uganda
Building on Fight for the Forgottens’ extensive area and community experience and ALARM’s prior experience with community conflict resolution and transformation along with Eternal Water’s experience bringing clean water and education to impoverished global communities, the partners have begun a “Clean Water and Community Transformation” grassroots project in the Bundibugyo district of Uganda.
Waterborne diseases and infant mortality are widespread because of lack of access to clean water and poor sanitation. This innovative project leverages access to clean water in a way that brings warring tribes and religious factions at odds together for a needed shared resource. Compassionate leadership, women’s empowerment and peaceful coexistence training will occur in the villages so as to allow these communities to come together and share life and governance of the water well (governance council made up of a majority of women from both tribes). The intended outcome is to end conflict, dignity and empowerment for women, reconcile peace, build servant leaders and provide clean water and the basis for health, education and economic development.
We are drilling and installing multiple wells and twenty rainwater harvesting systems each with 20,000 liters of capacity and conducting water, hygiene and sanitation training (WASH) so that communities have easy access to safe, clean water. This effort will reduce cases of illnesses and deaths associated with drinking and using contaminated water and help reconcile communities and families that have suffered as a result of decades of regional conflict.
Conscious Coalition has partnered with ALARM (African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries), an organization that has been helping communities resolve long-standing, deep-seated tribal and ethnic conflicts for more than 20 years. The organization has trained over 100,000 African community leaders with a presence in eight African countries: Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Burundi, and D.R. Congo.
By joining forces, together we can build on an already-successful track Record while innovating the curriculum and the implementation methods to make our resources go farther, and have an even greater impact in the communities we serve.
DRILLING WATER WELLS IN
Eternal Water is a global initiative whose purpose is to change the course of people's lives. Having access to clean water transforms communities today and fort he future generations by removing causes of disease, providing the basis for health, and the foundation for economic development.
We bring sustainable programs and solutions for clean, accessible water, education, compassionate leadership training and peace building allowing the people in these communities to not only survive but also grow and thrive.
Our team is a collection of experienced global water advocates, oil and gas reservoir specialists, servant leaders, peace-builders and water well drilling experts, who have drilled 550+ wells in Central America with over 1 million lives affected.
Why are we committed to fighting
social injustice in Uganda?
Peacebuilding and compassionate leadership is a humanitarian initiative that's about addressing the reasons why social injustices occur and supporting those afflicted communities across the globe, with ways to manage these issues and conflicts without resorting to violence.
It's an active and educational process, that empowers communities, police, civil and government leaders, with tools to positively transform their attitudes and behaviors, and thereby creating a peaceful and sustainable change in the world.
Ugandan National Police,
Burundi Parliament and Senate Compassionate Leadership, Peace and Reconciliation Program
Conscious Coalition partnered with ALARM (African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries), an organization that has been helping communities resolve long-standing, deep-seated tribal and ethnic conflicts for more than 20 years. The organization has trained over 100,000 African Community leaders with a presence in eight African countries: Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Burundi and D.R. Congo.
By joining forces, together we can build on an already-successful track record while innovating the curriculum and the implementation methods to make our resource go farther, and have an even greater impact in the communities we serve.
Conscious Coalition and ALARM will be launching in July 2021 our collective program which hopes to encourage a culture of Servant leadership, transformational leadership, and peaceful coexistence among members of Parliament and Senators based on core values and ethics for holistic transformation and reconciliation of Burundi as a nation and to empower and build upon the capacity of the legislative arm of government for the production of sustainability, justice, and socio-economic stability. The program builds upon lessons learned from the past training at which ALARM trained 160 members of Parliament and Senators from the previous session through the Exceptional Leadership Conference. Modules covered at the conference include Servant Leadership, Transformational Leadership, and Leading the self.
Gender Inequality & Women’s Empowerment
Globally, women and girls are disproportionately dishonored, disempowered, and marginalized. Due to inequality in access to resources, education, and justice, women often face poverty, violence, and insecurity due solely to their gender.
Our mission is to support women through economic, social, and political programs; creating opportunities while addressing inequality, strengthening families and communities.
Our strategy is to provide women with the framework necessary to create viable opportunities for themselves and their families. Through grassroots strategies, and empowering conversation marginalized women are given the tools necessary to rise, thus facilitating sustainable development and empowerment. Our goal is to work for social justice, increased human security and women’s empowerment.