The Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation has a long history of supporting projects that enable children to learn. When children learn they are better able to thrive, opening new opportunities for them and future generations through the gift of literacy.
Moyenda and Masiye Milazi are recent graduates of the School for Agriculture for Family Independence (SAFI), in the Mtalimanja Village of Malawi, Africa. The couple chose to participate in the two-year program to learn modern farming techniques and help their family improve their standard of living
In rural South Korea, hundreds of elementary children go without basic education supplies such as books, computers, and other learning tools. To improve literacy and educational opportunities for these children, the Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation supports the Nu Hope Library project which builds and stocks libraries in schools.
Meet Mathius Mazengera, an accountant working in his office at N.D. Madalitso Vitameal Production Plant at Blessings Hospital in Lumbadzi. The 24-year-old is the eldest of eight children who reside with their parents in the outskirts of Mgona Village, near Lilongwe City. Less than five years ago, Mathius only dreamed of becoming an accountant because his father could not afford his post-secondary education as a farmer selling vegetables from his Dimba garden.
Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation funded Seacology recently dedicated a new community center in Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia, as the result of an exchange to preserve a 752-acre marine area in the Nanweep reef system, which is ranked as an Area of Biological Significance (ABS). The protected coral reef is now a no-take zone for a minimum of 10 years to preserve spawning and serve as an aggregation site for a range of fish species on the main island of Pohnpei.
Samson Malasa and his wife, Zione, have become successful SAFI graduate farmers in Malawi. By combining hard work with intelligent farm planning and management skills acquired from The School of Agriculture for Family Independence (SAFI), the Malasa family has achieved an impressive harvest of 82 bags of maize, 31 pails of groundnuts, 22 bags of soya, and 53 kg of beans for the year. This helped provide their children Evelyn, Biliat, Thandizo, and Lorient a nutritious diet of four meals every day until the next harvest.