TEEEM Partnering with communities in Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Kenya, Senegal and Uganda

Treating Patients for $5 to saves lives in Burkina Faso, Ethiopia and Senegal.

Empowering Women in Uganda, Burkina Faso and Senegal with $100 microloans.

Educating Students for $1 a day in Kenya Feeding Children in Kenya and Burkina Faso for 18 cents a day.

 Providing Water for less than 1 cent per glass of clean drinking water in Burkina Faso.

Building Wells in Burkina Faso so people can drink clean water for the first time in their lives
Educating students in Kenya to help break a cycle of poverty
Providing many thousands of meals annually in the communities where we work.
Strengthening Community in Uganda.
Investing in young people for a brighter future in Uganda
Providing Microloans to women in Senegal
Crowds line up at the health center in Ethiopia
Young patients being examined at one of four annual medical days. Senegal
Measuring the level of malnutrition in a child at the medical center. Ethiopia


A baby in the USA is about 6 times less at risk of dying in childbirth.


A worker in the USA lives on a salary that on average is about 30 times greater than that of a worker in Africa.


A person in the USA typically dies about 15 years later than a person in Africa.