Indigenous People Global Awareness Initiative

Indigenous People Global Awareness Initiative

From Gofaone Rantshilo

Our Indigenous People need your help to: provide clean drinking water give quality education access medical needs ensure Human Rights encourage self-sufficiency train for career advancement protect languages and security

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Co-creating a future of Policy Change for Indigenous People through diplomacy.  

Healing our communities and embracing positive futures for all our children.  Starting with providing clean drinking water, a basic necessity everyone should be able to enjoy.  Too many children and families go without drinking water in their homes and many even within miles of the community if at all.  When we bring one single well into a community health and social impact see an immediate positive result.  Infrastructure bringing potable water to reach homes is our goal for all families.

Giving quality education to our young children is priority and leading them by example providing older children and adults should be a fundamental reach for each and every family to see a brighter higher education possible.  Your donation can make this happen so girls and boys to achieve being the leaders for the future for next generations.

Inadequate medical care and response in almost all Indigenous communities are a common reality UNCIP is working to bring to an end.  You can be the missing part with your donation to see this change happen.  Have medical care in every community allowing child birth to have a live-birth success rate matching the national averages.  Dental care for all our children and families through an extensive health insurance plan.

As our United Nations Council of Indigenous Peoples Founding Members and Indigenous Member Nations prepare to bring our registered US charity as a component of SDG Impact Fund to full International IGO status the administration holds to ensure less than 5% of donations goes to administration staff fees. 

On June 20th, 2020, United Nations Council of Indigenous Peoples was named as a sub-fund of the SDG Impact Fund, which is an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity and not for profit corporation having its principal office in the city of Cartersville and State of Georgia as described in the Internal Revenue Code Sections 501(c)(3), 509(a)(1), and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi).All money and property transferred to The SDG Impact Fund for United Council of Indigenous Peoples (UNCIP) shall be an irrevocable gift to the charity.

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