A large part of Incitement’s core is contribution. Incitement Growth is the community’s way of giving back to society. It isn’t something we do on the side because growing interest in CSR dictates us.
Contribution is ingrained our DNA. It’s the core of Incitement. It’s 1 of the 3 pillars Incitement is built around.
ncitement Growth is entirely run by volunteers and growing very rapidly. Currently in Malaysia we’re visiting 2 refugee school and 1 orphanage on a regular basis and the results we’re seeing are staggering.
1.5. billion people around the world don’t have the privilege of leading a life like most of us do. 1.5 billion! No access to clean water. No safe environment. No education. No future
Every human being deserves a fulfilling life. A life of:
But for some, it just isn’t going to happen without a little help.
He’s Recently Received A Scholarship And About To Move To The U.S.
Achmed is from Somalia. Comes from a difficult background. Struggled his way up. Learned Malay. Learned English. And is now a role model for all other refugees. We take no credit whatsoever for his success, that’s all him. Watch his entire story in the video on the left.
It’s crucial for kids like Achmed and Fatima to experience that they, too, are brilliant humans beings. The only difference is their circumstances. Now that traditional education is changing, the way we educate Achmed and Fatima needs to adapt as well. Incitement Growth does exactly this. Empowering underprivileged youth.
We’ve heard this millions of times before. And now that education is slowly but surely morphing into self-education, schooling slowly transforming into home-schooling, it’s the perfect time to teach the less-privileged “how to fish” Incitement-style.
We’ve been visiting Fugee School for a bit over 6 months now (today it’s 5th May 2013), and already we can reap the fruits of what we can barely call labour.
Outside of school hours the refugees are organizing their own mini-Incitements. A competition to see how has the best ideas — who is the best public speaker.
This proverbial ‘fish’ needs to go. It’s not helping. Instead we need to start handing out fishing rods. And teach these children how to use these rods.
The fish being traditional ways less privileged are currently being educated. The fishing rod the platform we’re building. Incitement Growth teach them how to use the platform.
And it’s actually very simple…