We envision a world where the cycle of poverty is replaced by a cycle of progress.

We simply give people opportunities to contribute, to use their gifts, and to feel happy.

Khusi Hona is committed to giving everyone we work with the opportunity to overcome poverty. Every single person. We are not motivated by statistics, and we don’t measure our impact purely in percentages. We are every bit invested in improving the life of one individual as we are in doing so for thousands.
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SPONSOR TRAINING SUPPLIES FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT CLASSES

Without training and classes, the women in the Khusi Hona Lotus Center would be unable to learn new skills. These classes require supplies such as tailoring and beading supplies for classes.
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Lovetree Co: Economic Development and Women Empowerment through Ethical Fashion

We are proud to announce our strategic partnership with Lovetree Co. Like Khusi Hona, Lovetree is based in Tampa, Florida in the U.S. but the real impact is happening on the ground in India. There are a lot of women empowerment programs popping up in South Asia, and the work they do is very important. When we decided we wanted to help tackle the issue of supporting and empowering women who come from difficult backgrounds, we wanted to take a different approach. You can learn more about the Khusi Hona women empowerment program here. One of the fundamental issues we have seen in other programs is a lack of skills development catered to the real market. Some women are being taught how to make handicrafts out of recycled newspapers or scraps of cloth and the finished products are sweet. Ultimately how many people want a fruit bowl made of ...