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Economic Opportunity

Poverty can be crippling for children and their families’ ability to lead healthy, productive lives.  The Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation supports numerous programs that offer sustainable methods for becoming economically independent. 

Congratulations to our SAFI Graduates - 2014

Nu Skin congratulated the 2014 graduating class of the School of Agriculture for Family Independence (SAFI) at a formal ceremony on August 8, in Malawi. Twenty-six husbands and wives received diplomas at the graduation that was attended by their families along with Nu Skin co-founder, Steve Lund, and many of Nu Skin’s top sales leaders for each of the company’s regions.

 

SAFI Changes Malawian Lives

Before attending SAFI, Ndevusayiti and Zeliya Chinjikani’s lives were often plagued with hunger. After graduating from SAFI, their farm has successfully grown and now they can even afford to raise pigs. Their relatives’ and neighbors’ lives have also improved because of the SAFI farming techniques the Chinjikani’s are sharing.

 

Planting Hope in 2013

In 2013, fruit trees will be planted and given to underprivileged children who are struggling to provide for themselves. Children will be able to use the trees for sustainable food production as well as a source of income. Thanks to Nu Skin’s distributors and customers who have purchased Epoch Body Butter, new trees will provide lasting benefits to children in need.

 

SAFI Graduates Thank Donors

The most recent graduates from the School of Agriculture for Family Independence thank the generous donors from Nu Skin that have made their journey to independence possible. In a graduation address, gratitude was expressed on behalf of SAFI for the efforts of Napoleon Dzombe and the Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation for changing the lives of so many people in Malawi. The clip also highlights the day-to-day happenings of SAFI as students learn more efficient farming skills and implement them to become independent.

 

Families Seeking Independence Through Education at SAFI

Thirty family’s lives are beginning to change forever. New families were welcomed to the The School of Agriculture for Family Independence (SAFI) at the Mtalimanja village in Malawi. After being chosen by the chief of their home villages to attend SAFI, families from all over the country gather to learn how to farm more efficiently. SAFI’s vision is to educate both parents and children, ensuring the ideals of self-sufficiency last for generations to come.

 

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