From Uganda to Afghanistan, our work begins with connecting with communities, identifying critical services, and delivering on our promise of small efforts for drastic change.
Addressing poverty is not about applying cookie-cutter solutions–Our projects center on individual needs and specific gaps by working closely with community leaders and members.
The ownership of a home, and proximity to resourced communities is a vital to prosperity. With rising houselessness across the globe due to conflict and climate change addressing inaccess to long-term residential communities can alleviate cycles of poverty. TFFNC’s housing & placemaking projects aims to expand equitable access to housing, cultivates diverse communities and provides means of employment.
In Northern Afghanistan, TFFNC works with local builders and tradespersons to build villages comprised of single-family homes and public infrastructure. Our focus is not only to provide shelter for displaced families and communities but seeks to build a ‘sense of place’ through neighborhood design and collective programming. This effort cultivates diverse communities and the TFFNC also provides tools to ensure a family can sustain their livelihoods as part of a community—such as sewing enterprises (sewing machines + materials).
With your support we can ensure that this effort reaches more regions where displaced persons seek meaningful livelihoods through shelter, community, and economic security.
The lack of access to clean water is an alarming reality for countless communities across the
world. We establish clean-water wells and provide water testing as an essential step for the well-
being of individuals in the communities we serve.
Access to medical support in rural areas remains a tremendous challenge across the world. TFFNC invested in financing mobile clinics that provide access to medical professionals, emergency care, eye checkup, and vaccinations to rural communities in Afghanistan.
We know that mobile clinics are one important component in building better systems of care for communities in remote areas, as well as those in denser sub/urban communities. We need your support to continue developing our mobile clinics, employing passionate healthcare professionals, and expanding the forms of medical support we provide.