Charity doesn't end poverty, but business can.
Business education is a critical component of economic stability and social empowerment—on both an individual and communal scale. For every 1% increase in a nation’s entrepreneurship growth, there is a 2% decrease in the poverty rate.
As nationals are equipped with business skills and confidence, they are presented with new economic opportunities. These opportunities lead to financial stability, and financial stability leads to critical solutions in eradicating systemic poverty—increased food security, access to education, and life-changing movement for individuals, families, and entire communities.