All around the world, you can find moms – biological, adoptive, and caretakers alike – who share an unyielding desire to support their families and give their children better lives. Regardless of their starting point, it’s the upward mobility these moms are working to enable that’s important.
When it comes to climate change and energy costs, it’s hard to find anyone more vulnerable than a person living in a low-lying island nation. Rising sea levels and extreme weather threaten islands, and fluctuations in fossil fuel prices limit their economic vitality.
According to the World Bank, 70% of the global poor live in rural areas, and most of them rely on agriculture for their livelihoods.
The Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership creates social enterprises in underserved communities that generate both social and financial returns. Click on the infographic below to see how this innovative approach is economically empowering smallholder farmers in El Salvador:
The Clinton Foundation has a strong commitment to transparency and accountability. In fact, we take measures that make us one of the most transparent nonprofits in the world—including disclosing all of our donors on a quarterly basis.
One of the most rewarding parts of my job is getting to travel and see the life-changing impact of the Clinton Development Initiative’s (CDI) work firsthand.