KALTANI Foundation is a private non-profit organization established as the philanthropic arm of KALTANI International Ventures LTD. Since its inception in 2021, The Foundation has impacted more than 30 communities positively in Africa and the Foundation specializes in obtaining grants to support sustainable community initiatives in across Africa. The KALTANI Foundation is more than just corporate philanthropy, it forms partnerships with Companies, Conglomerates, Multi-Nationals and Organizations that aim to manage their impact on society at large.
Reducing Carbon Footprint:
The Foundation has set a target to reduce 10,000 MT of carbon emissions from the environment by the end of 2024.
The Foundation provides free education for the poor and less privileged in our society.
Free healthcare for the sick and the poor.
Providing developmental facilities mostly to the underdeveloped part of our communities and the rural areas.
Increase the access to clean water and sanitization for the community.
Providing support to communities in response to the covid-19 pandemic.
Supporting the implementation of projects that improve health in our communities.
Taking Care of our Planet:
Environmental impact in reduction of plastic pollution waste in the ocean and landfills and reduction of carbon emissions from burning plastic waste and reducing the effect of climate change in our society.
Providing HMO to waste collectors and recyclers.
Providing PPE (personal protective equipment) to waste collectors and recyclers.
Training and creating awareness of recycling in our society.
Women and Youth:
Empowering women and youth through investment and encouraging them to pursue careers in recycling.
The Foundation addresses multiple United Nations Sustainable Development goals like zero poverty, gender equality.
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