Creating quality jobs that provide stable income is one part of the equation to ending poverty. These small and growing businesses are focused on creating sustainable jobs and promoting equality.
Before the 2010 earthquake, Jonas Guillaume owned and operated an internet cafe in Port-au-Prince. But when a cholera epidemic broke out during the relief efforts, he realized there was a simple solution that would provide access to life-saving goods, create jobs, and strengthen the local economy.
Janaki is an entrepreneur in Sri Lanka, who is improving the lives of dozens of people in her community through her business that produces natural coconut products. See how, with the help of World Vision's ARISE project, she's expanding her natural brush making business, which is having positive flow-on effects for the rest of her community. Watch the video >