Future Generations builds the capacity of communities to shape sustainable futures, meeting especially the needs of children, women, the environment, and the poor. We do this on a large scale across nations and at a low cost by partnering with governments.
In Afghanistan, communities learn self-governance to meet their own development priorities.
In Peru, communities surrounding Machu Picchu partner with government to improve health.
In China, youth from 50 universities participate in the Green Long March environmental youth movement.
In Tibet, China, 40 percent of the land has been protected through a people-based approach to nature conservation.
In northeast India, more than 100 women's groups are improving health and income.
In Haiti, young men and women including former gangsters clean up their streets, plant trees, and reduce neighborhood violence in their community-led social change movement called Konbit Soley Leve.
Learn how you too can mobilize change in your own community.