International Lifeline Fund

Description Lifeline is a private non-profit foundation that works to alleviate human suffering in Africa through cost-effective development projects. Lifeline makes every effort to identify, employ, and promote technological developments that can vastly improve the effectiveness and reduce the cost of its humanitarian programs. The foundation's current work includes teaching the construction of fuel-efficient stoves in Sudan and drilling borehole wells for clean water in Uganda. Lifeline seeks to identify projects that promote self-sufficiency and durable solutions, and to staff its programs with local talent and dedicated volunteers wherever possible.
Contact 1220 N Street NW, Suite PH2
Washington, DC  20005
Phone: 202-842-2170
Fax: 202-216-9144
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Focus: Aid, Business, Development, Environment, Health, Human Rights, Poverty, Technology, Kenya, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, United States, Africa, Americas

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