One way to help the Mother Teresa Children’s Centre in Malawi is to help us fund a JCB digger. We’ll turn this into ongoing revenue and make your funds count for so much more.
You’ve heard the old expression “Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, teach him to fish and he eats for a lifetime”… well Krizevac Project not only teaches people to fish but, to carry on the metaphor, starts a fishing bait and tackle shop, a fishing rod factory, a fish market and fish transportation business.
There’s a whole new economy created around Krizevac work. It’s a different kind of charity, which creates self-sustaining businesses to provide enduring income for education, family support and other development. These not-for-profit enterprises powerfully multiply benefit from donations and address the worst problem in deprived cities: unemployment. The Krizevac approach to development is very business-like, but people are still at the heart of this: everyone who works is a creator.