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 12 countries around the globe - in Africa, Asia, and Central America.
Sheer Siddhartha School
In November 2015, O2A partnered with Karma Flights to install a solar-powered computer lab providing electricity to 20 computers and basic computer education for 300 students.
Royal Life Development Society
Andhara Pradesh, India
In October 2015, O2A installed a chicken coop to house 50 meat birds and 50 layers.
EGM Destiny Orphanage and School
In September 2014, O2A installed a rocket stove, two piggeries, a 10,000L rainwater harvesting system, and a solar-powered water filtration system.
Green Valley Orphanage
In September 2014, O2A installed a 20,000L rainwater harvesting system.
Gerladina Orphanage & Education Center
In August 2014, O2A installed solar panels and a 22,000L rainwater harvesting system.
Lion Hearted Learners Orphanage
In August 2013, O2A built a large brick chicken coop and stocked it with 200 baby chicks.
Fair Earth Children's Home
In August 2013, O2A installed an 8,000L rainwater harvesting system.
Asha Nepal Orphanage, Shakti Kendra Rehab Center and Sangharshashil Women's Shelter
In October 2012, O2A installed solar panels on three separate buildings, benefiting victims of sex trafficking.
Foyer Evangelique Orphanag
In May 2012, O2A installed a 250W solar panel system to power lights at the orphanage.
Agape Children's Home
In December 2011, O2A installed two bio-sand water filters and spent time training the children on sack gardening and composting.
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.
Save Poor Children in Asia Organization Orphanage
In March 2011, O2A installed four solar panels to provide electricity, and added six more in 2012 to support a computer literacy program.