Our projects promote self-sufficiency by addressing critical issues like water reclamation, renewable energy, and sustainable food sources. So far, we've brought rainwater harvesting, solar panels, rocket stoves, goat farms and other sustainable solutions to 10 countries around the globe - in Africa, Asia, and Central America.


EGM Destiny Orphanage and School
Musisi, Uganda

In August 2014, O2A will install solar panels and a rainwater harvesting system.

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Green Valley Orphanage
Bwera, Uganda

In August 2014, O2A will install a 22,000L rainwater harvesting system.

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Gerladina Orphanage and Education Center
Bukoba, Tanzania

In August 2014, O2A will install solar panels and a rainwater harvesting system.

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Harvest Children's Home
Fundong, Cameroon

In January 2014, O2A installed a 250W solar panel system to power lights at the orphanage.

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Lion Hearted Learners Orphanage
Kampala, Uganda

In August 2013, O2A built a large brick chicken coop and stocked it with two hundred baby chicks.

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New Hope Ministries
Busia, Uganda

In August 2013, O2A installed a 500W solar panel system to power lighting and and a computer lab.

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Fair Earth Children's Home
Kasese, Uganda

In August 2013, O2A installed an 8,000L rainwater harvesting system.

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Charfasson Orphanage
Bhola, Bangladesh

In October 2012, O2A build a goat farm for 100 goats.

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Asha Nepal Orphanage, Shakti Kendra Rehab Center and Sangharshashil Women's Shelter
Kathmandu, Nepal

In October 2012, O2A installed solar panels on three separate buildings, benefiting victims of sex trafficking.

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Institue for Women's Excellence
Rwamagana, Rwanda

In May 2012, O2A constructed a chicken coop, built a 13,000L rain-water harvesting system and installed two rocket stoves.

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Foyer Evangelique Orphanag
Mayer, Haiti

In May 2012, O2A installed a 250W solar panel system to power lights at the orphanage.

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Savong Foundation
Siem Reap, Cambodia

In March 2012, O2A installed a 350W solar panel system to power lights and a computer lab.

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Agape Children's Home
Embu, Kenya

In December 2011, O2A installed two bio-sand water filters and spent time training the children on sack gardening and composting.

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Nazereti Center
Ngara, Tanzania

In June 2011, O2A improved their 63,000L rainwater harvesting system and installed two rocket s


No More Tears Orphanage
Kamakwie, Sierra Leone

In April 2011, O2A built a chicken coop and installed a solar panel system for lights.

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Save Poor Children in Asia Organization Orphanage
Phnom, Cambodia 

In March 2011, O2A installed four solar panels to provide electricity, and added six more in 2012 to support a computer literacy program.

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