- Combining social entrepreneurialism with philanthropy, in order to provide support for income generation
- Ensuring all people have the right to access work
- Providing access to health and education
- Ensuring all have reclaimed basic human rights and are entitled to human security
The ASA Annual Report for 2019 is now available. Click here to download a PDF of the document. Highlights include the distribution of 36 micro-loans, and the facilitation of 15 emergency grants and 10 development grants.
ASA Directors Pauline Greenlick and Dr. Louis Picard recently spent a month in Uganda, launching and completing a series of projects aimed at improving the lives of Hidden Peoples. From conducting seminars on micro loans geared to help victims of physical attack and oppression, to starting work on a documentary about victims of a “hidden” war, it was quite a productive month.