Our projects are designed to empower communities. That’s why we take the time to assess individual projects to ensure they meet the Aliamos objectives of supporting and enabling socially just and environmentally responsible livelihoods. When we are deciding which projects to support, we look at a range of areas, to ensure we make decisions that will offer the most benefit to communities in need, such as: kids-hatvestimg-potatoes

  • Demonstrated need
  • Clarity of objectives
  • Cultural appropriateness
  • Ethical principles
  • Community ownership and empowerment
  • Environmental and social sustainability
  • Appropriate technology
  • Realistic and cost effective budget

Stories from the field

100% of donations go directly to fund community projects in developing countries. Read these stories from the field, and learn more about how your donation could make a difference to a community in need.

How Aliamos makes a difference

  • Supported over 7000 children to grow, cook and eat a school lunch in Uganda
  • Enabled 700 children in rural Uganda to have clean water to drink
  • Equipped 20 widows in Uganda with breeding pigs and cows for micro-gifting and economic empowerment
  • Trained a village in Northern Thailand in growing organic vegetables and buffalo breeding to deliver economic empowerment and help prevent the need to traffic children
  • Provided clean fresh drinking water to 150 indigenous peoples in Madidi National Park, Bolivia
  • Constructed a Health Care centre in a remote farming community in Uganda where people are dying of preventable diseases
  • Provided conflict resolution and permaculture training for ex-child soldiers in a Liberian refugee camp in Ghana