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Call for Action:

NOMAD Restoration Project

As part of our NOMAD Restoration Project initiative, we strive to assess the pressing requirements of the artisans' village, addressing both its infrastructure and social aspects.

 

Our commitment involves actively seeking and implementing the most suitable solutions.

 

A portion of our profits earned is allocated towards addressing these challenges, as we actively collaborative with the community to ensure that their basic needs are met.

Past NOMAD Restoration Project:

Roopsi Village, India

20+ Artisans Employed
1 School Built & Funded
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We provided a platform for the village's artisans' works to be appreciated, and the resources to enhance their skillsets and train future artisans.

With the profits earned, we managed to build a school and funded the educational materials to provide tertiary education for 140+ students.

300+ Lives Impacted
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Due to the lack of basic sanitation facilities, we planned and developed the necessary infrastructure for the villagers, and especially for the school.

 Current NOMAD Restoration Project:
Banyumeng, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

As part of our NOMAD Restoration Project, we intend to work on the follow

 

Despite a myriad of infrastructural issues to resolve, we are prioritizing the building of wells - which the village urgently needs to ensure access to safe drinking water for its residents.

We aim to garner enough funds to start building the wells by January 2024.

You can make a life-changing difference today by contributing to our well-building project. Each purchase of yours will help us reach our goal and provide the community with clean water, improving health and empowering families to thrive.

We will provide further updates on the project on this page once our target has been reached.

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Let's uplift societies,
together.

Should you know of any rural communities with talented artisans that are struggling to make ends meet, we are open for collaboration.

We would be more than happy to connect and discuss further to understand the underlying issues, and brainstorm on solutions.

Please do drop an email to ibnuabbas@theprojectnomad.com, and we will contact you as soon as possible

Please note that due to our current budget levels, we are limited to working with rural communities within Southeast Asia.

 

However, as we continue to grow, we look forward to expanding our footprint and be able to work with communities around the world.

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