Fulfill a mother’s dream

Feed her hungry child!

For generations now millions of mothers have been suffering from hunger, unable to break free from the destructive legacy of war and extreme poverty.

Since the beginning of Good Factory’s activities, we’ve saved tens of thousands of children. Every day, we take in more and more patients. It is only thanks to your help that our doors stay open to anyone who needs our help.

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We already have :
20,092 PLN
We need:
20,000 PLN

We produce good

At the Good Factory we believe in real help. Together with you we have been manufacturing good in those corners of the world where evil has taken away hope, health, joy and life. We do it in 4 dimensions: by feeding, treating, educating and giving jobs.

4 dimensions of action

1 We feed

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, every week, we help at least 100 children suffering from malnutrition or hunger disease. In 2019, we saved almost 1000 little patients from hunger.

The cost of one meal is 15 PLN. To us, it’s just as much as a cup of coffee or a glass of juice. For them, it is the only chance to survive.

The humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo is getting worse. Every day, several dozen kids – victims of poverty, the crisis caused by rebellions and bandit attacks, seek help at our nutrition center. We have a chance to save all of these little ones from death of hunger.

BUY A THERAPEUTIC MEAL FOR A CHILD WITH HUNGER DISEASE

The cost of one meal is 15 PLN. To us, it’s just as much as a cup of coffee or a glass of juice. For them, it is the only chance to survive.

The humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo is getting worse. Every day, several dozen kids – victims of poverty, the crisis caused by rebellions and bandit attacks, seek help at our nutrition center. We have a chance to save all of these little ones from death of hunger.

BUY A THERAPEUTIC MEAL FOR A CHILD WITH HUNGER DISEASE

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4 dimensions of action

2 We treat

Imagine a hospital where the power supply is available for several hours a week, and the personnel consists of four general practitioners who conduct more than 25 000 procedures every year.

Treatment of malaria costs 25 PLN. It is enough to save someone’s life.

Last year, we saved almost 12 000 people suffering from malaria. More than 6 000 of these were children below 5 years of age. Without the Good Factory, they would have never got help.

PAY FOR OUTPATIENT TREATMENT OF A PATIENT WITH MALARIA

Imagine a hospital where the power supply is available for several hours a week, and the personnel consists of four general practitioners who conduct more than 25 000 procedures every year.

Treatment of malaria costs 25 PLN. It is enough to save someone’s life.

Last year, we saved almost 12 000 people suffering from malaria. More than 6 000 of these were children below 5 years of age. Without the Good Factory, they would have never got help.

PAY FOR OUTPATIENT TREATMENT OF A PATIENT WITH MALARIA

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4 dimensions of action

3 We teach

How much does hope for a better future cost? Only 37.7% people aged 15 or more in Burkina Faso can read and write, the rest are illiterate. That’s more than 6 million people. In the village of Gourcy in Burkina Faso, we teach people to read and write, in Rwanda, we send orphaned children of our hospice patients to schools. If it wasn’t for our involvement, our protégés would not get a chance for a better start in life.

For 40 PLN, you can get a young woman one day of learning at a vocational school.

BUY A DAY OF LEARNING FOR THE GIRLS OF THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOL IN SENEGAL

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4 dimensions of action

4 We provide jobs

The fourth dimension of our activity consists in development of professional skills and creation of new jobs. In Burkina Faso, more than 44% of the population live at the threshold of poverty.

10 m2of a new garden in Burkina Faso costs 11.50 PLN.

We struggle with the consequences of climate change. We buy land and drill wells to help families living under very harsh, almost desert-like conditions. We create jobs and teach entrepreneurship. Thanks to this, the local inhabitants are not forced to migrate.

MAKE A DONATION TO THE VEGETABLE GARDEN IN BURKINA FASO

We struggle with the consequences of climate change. We buy land and drill wells to help families living under very harsh, almost desert-like conditions. We create jobs and teach entrepreneurship. Thanks to this, the local inhabitants are not forced to migrate.

MAKE A DONATION TO THE VEGETABLE GARDEN IN BURKINA FASO

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The Good Factory comes in where help is needed most. We support the inhabitants of the poorest regions of the world, which are often suffering from wars, humanitarian crises, poverty, hunger and lack of perspectives for the future. We make good there in four dimensions: by treating, feeding, teaching and giving jobs.

Bangladesh – Rohingya camp
Burkina Faso – Agricultural project in the village of Gourcy
China – Psychological dispensary
Democratic Republic of Congo – Hospital in Ntamugenga
Democratic Republic of Congo – Nutrition center
Greece – Help for refugees on the Greek island of Lesbos
Mauretania – Nutrition center in Kaédi
Rwanda – Hospice
Senegal – Schools for girls
Togo – Pharmacy in Saoudé

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We help in locations that a few people have heard of, and even fewer can imagine the conditions of living there. We won’t change the entire world, but thanks to you, we can change it step by step, helping those who need it most.

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What we have achieved together?

Every year, we feed
1 350 children,
treating them for hunger disease
In Congo (DRC), we feed at least
100 children
per week
Weekly we provide around
2000 meals
ifor refugees in the camp on the Greek island of Lesbos
In our hospital in Congo (DRC), we treat
21 300 patients
in the hospital in Congo (DRC)
We provide palliative care for
27 patients
in our hospice in Rwanda
In our hospital in Congo (DRC), we treat
12 000
malaria patients every year
Every year, we assist in about
800
childbirths at the hospital in Congo (DRC)
We provide the necessary medications for more than
3 200 patients
patients visiting our pharmacy in Togo
We teach
40 families
in Burkina Faso the basics of agriculture and entrepreneurship
We teach the basics of nutrition to
860
parents and guardians of malnourished children every year
We have launched a reading and sewing course for
18 women
in Burkina Faso
We pay for education of
56 students
in a vocational school in Senegal
We host culinary workshops for
30
young refugees in the camp on the Greek island of Lesbos
We run English, computer and sewing workshops for
108 people
in Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh
In Bangladesh, in the Rohingya refugee camp we take care of
70 children
in our Community Center
We pay for the tuition of
30 orphans
in Bangladesh
We found jobs for about
447 people
in Senegal and Burkina Faso
We provided jobs to
40 families
in Burkina Faso