Developing People for Stronger Communities

I Pour Life develops people for stronger communities.

We teach individuals with social and economic disadvantages how to identify and apply their unique strengths to become self-sufficient.

WE BELIEVE

There are three ways to support and empower change in a community: relief, rehabilitation, and development.

Through an evidence-based development strategy, I Pour Life programs provide an opportunity for longterm, sustainable change for the individual and the greater community. With the right opportunities and influence, I Pour Life believes anyone can thrive.

I Pour Life develops people for stronger communities.

We teach individuals with social and economic disadvantages how to identify and apply their unique strengths to become self-sufficient.

WE BELIEVE

There are three ways to support and empower change in a community: relief, rehabilitation, and development.

Through an evidence-based development strategy, I Pour Life programs provide an opportunity for longterm, sustainable change for the individual and the greater community. With the right opportunities and influence, I Pour Life believes anyone can thrive.

EVIDENCE-BASED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

LifeStrengths

LifeStrengths is the answer to the growing need for developing at-risk and homeless youth in our communities. Youth are nominated to LifeStrengths through a local agency partner or school and are paired with a LifeCoach to begin 1-on-1 development through coaching. The LifeCoach guides each youth to dream of a brighter future, set goals, celebrate achievements, and bring a network of caring community members alongside them on their journey to self-sufficiency.

I Pour Life Ethiopia

I Pour Life is working to transform the community of Kore, Ethiopia, from one known for its poverty and disease to one known for its thriving people. Through the integrated community development approach, I Pour Life Ethiopia is creating opportunities for sustainable employment for women, increasing access to health care, eliminating barriers to education for children, providing resources to keep families together, and reducing the unemployment rate among youth.

EVIDENCE-BASED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

LifeStrengths

LifeStrengths is the evidence-based program focused on positive youth development that advances foster care and other at-risk youth to a place of self-sufficiency and independence from government subsidies.

I Pour Life Ethiopia

I Pour Life Ethiopia is transforming the community through sustainable employment for women, increasing access to health care, eliminating barriers to education for children, providing resources to keep families together, and reducing the unemployment rate among youth.

WHEN YOU INVEST
IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

FAMILIES STAY TOGETHER

AT-RISK & FOSTER CARE YOUTH ARE SUPPORTED

LIVES ARE TRANSFORMED

WHEN YOU INVEST IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

FAMILIES STAY TOGETHER

AT-RISK & FOSTER CARE YOUTH ARE SUPPORTED

LIVES ARE TRANSFORMED

STORIES OF CHANGE

Training Leads to Higher Self-Perception

When I Pour Life found Birtukan, she was hopeless, and helpless with very low self-esteem. She was living on her husband’s income from begging. Birtukan was recruited a year ago. She Is married to handicap man who begs for living. She has one child called Banchamlak. She was told by her husband that she does not fit in anywhere. Due to her low self-perception, she stayed at home doing nothing. She was the most demolished women.

A Charcoal Business Keeps a Family Together

When Alemitu first came to I Pour Life, she was one of the most poverty-stricken women we've ever met. She was extremely depressed and discouraged, telling us, "I have no one...

Can Taking the Bus Really Change a Life?

Heather is eighteen years old and finishing up her senior year of high school. She has been going in and out of various placements over the past few years, which has prevented...

STORIES OF CHANGE

Global Women's Empowerment

Training Leads to Higher Self-Perception

When I Pour Life found Birtukan, she was hopeless, and helpless with very low self-esteem. She was living on her husband’s income from begging. Birtukan was recruited a year ago. She Is married to handicap man who begs for living. She has one child called Banchamlak. She was told by her husband that she does not fit in anywhere. Due to her low self-perception, she stayed at home doing nothing. She was the most demolished women.

Sitota is in a white dress smiling. She is thriving in the Early Childhood Education program.

A Charcoal Business Keeps a Family Together

When Alemitu first came to I Pour Life, she was one of the most poverty-stricken women we've ever...

Can Taking the Bus Really Change a Life?

Heather is eighteen years old and finishing up her senior year of high school. She has been going...

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