inRiver Sustainability Challenge
With the inRiver Sustainability Initiative we embrace the responsibility and opportunity to make a difference by supporting designated foundations connecting to our two selected global goals for sustainable development
100 SEK/10 € can give a person access to HIV / AIDS testing and counseling (with an educated HIV / AIDS volunteer) at any of the Hunger Project Epicenter in Africa
250 SEK/25 € gives a woman the opportunity to participate in the literacy program for adults at any of the Hunger Project's epicenter in Africa. Reading and writing skills are an important part of a person's independence - regardless of age. A literate person has greater social and economic power, more opportunities to live healthy and improved access to the latest farming techniques - crucial and life-changing information for billions of small-scale farmers in developing countries. In all of our program countries, literacy among women is significantly lower than among men.
500 SEK/50€ can train a group of community leaders in Africa. Our community center (epicenter) in Africa is run by an epicenter committee which usually consists of six men and six women. Leaders are chosen by society to ensure that the overall activities of the epicenter are running as they should. The Hunger Project educates leaders in community-based strategic planning. The Committee then identifies and prioritises activities in agreement with the community's vision, and reinforces the members of the epicenter to view and use their own capabilities, decide on potential solutions, and then plan and implement their strategies in an independent manner.
1000 SEK/100€ can finance a gender equality workshop in Africa. At these workshops, about 60 people - both women and men - participate in promoting an environment that strengthens women. Participants are also strengthened in advocating human rights and gender equality within their respective societies.
50,000 SEK/5000 € means that 700 people can participate in the Hunger Project's self-sufficiency program. Self-sufficiency means that people living in chronic hunger in Ghana's countryside have the knowledge and tools to lead and push their development out of poverty-once and for all.
14% 50,000 kr
Carol Moriello Donated 2,720 kr
This donation is made in honor of our customers who took time out of their day to respond to our NPS survey, provide feedback to us, and help us become a better inRiver!
inRiver AB Donated 300 kr
Housewarming gift to Bizpart
Niclas Mollin Donated 1,000 kr
Carol Moriello Donated 500 kr
Rens Snoeyen Donated 500 kr
Anonymous User Donated 300 kr
Hasan Nerjovaj Donated 250 kr
Anna Liffner Donated 500 kr
inRiver for zero hunger & gender equality!
inRiverBecause World Hunger Day has just passed us (May 28th), we will kick off our first inRiver Sustainability challenge on Monday, June 5th focusing on “Zero Hunger”.
We will have three options, please select the one that will work best for you:
1. A day of fasting to highlight world hunger
2. Eat with awareness. Avoid throwing food away.
3. Donate food to people in need
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Danielle Jiskoot Donated 300 kr
Fedde van Feggelen Donated 500 kr
Better now, than later.
Kristin Näs Donated 300 kr