• Maternal, New Born and Child Health 90%
  • Sustainable Research 95%
  • Agricultural Development 80%
  • Family Planning 98%

We seek to unlock the possibility inside every individual


We see equal value in all lives. And so we are dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals around the world. From the education of students in Chicago, to the health of a young mother in Nigeria, we are catalysts of human promise everywhere.

Whatever the conditions of people’s lives, wherever they live, however they live, we all share common dreams

John Chan

We are focused on the areas of greatest need

From poverty to health, to education, our areas of focus offer the opportunity to dramatically improve the quality of life for billions of people. So we build partnerships that bring together resources, expertise, and vision—working with the best organizations around the globe to identify issues, find answers, and drive change.

To turn caring into action, we need to see a problem, find a solution, and deliver impact.

 Lin Li

We are focused on results. Those that can be measured.

We see individuals, not issues. We are inspired by passion, and compassion for the wellbeing of people. Our methods are based on logic, driven by rigor, results, issues, and outcomes. Our innovation means trying new things, learning from our mistakes, and consistently refining our approach. Our strategies help us define our path to success, but our effectiveness is based in the aggregate power of our initiatives to impact holistic change.

To me, global poverty is a humanitarian issue. people are dying, and we can save them, and that ought to be enough

Connie Nathan

We are impatient optimists


The problems we seek to solve are complex and demand the coordination and focus of many – leaders, governments, communities, and individuals around the world. Our work is challenging, but we know we can get there. We cannot succeed alone, but together we can work for a world where all can thrive.

Progress happens when smart, dedicated people translate good intentions into concrete realities

Peter Chow