dōTERRA Healing Hands™ Global Footprint


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Somalian Frankincense Project - Somalia

Funded the construction of a school in Uurwayne, Somaliland, for boys and girls, ages 7 through 12, with classes for older children available in the evening. Approximately 120 youth from 16 villages attend. An additional four-classroom school is being built to help 100 more students from four clans in the area have increased access to education.

Water for Life - Haiti

Dug wells and installed solar pumps for the community to access clean water, built a new vetiver warehouse building and office for members of the cooperative to have a common gathering point and location to store the harvested vetiver roots and tools, and donated new locally sourced furniture and supplies for the local community school.

Days for Girls

As part of an ongoing relationship with the nonprofit organization Days for Girls, monetary assistance was provided to help women and girls around the world gain access to reusable feminine hygiene supplies and education about proper hygiene practices.

Sika’abe - Guatemala

Funded the construction of the Sika’abe Training Center in Polochic, Guatemala, where both men and women from surrounding villages can obtain government certification in various vocational skills from construction and agriculture to hospitality. Additionally, provided a new cardamom drying facility.

Natural Doctors International - Nicaragua

The matching contribution donation from the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation was used in the remote location of Ometepe, Nicaragua, by NDI, where most of the people have very limited access to health care. NDI has established an integrative health clinic on the island to help people get access to health care, medicine, and supplies.

Refuge Mill Project - Malawi

A matching contribution campaign funded the construction of a maize mill in the Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Malawi. Besides the benefit of having a working mill in their camp so they don’t have to wait in line for up to two days at a time, the minimal costs to use the maize mill funds a program for education of orphans in the camp and the rehabilitation of victims of sexual violence.

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