Global I E

Offering hope to youths and adults in under-developed countries through educational opportunities.

aka Global Involvement through Education   |   Highlands Ranch, CO   |  www.globalie.org

Mission

Global I.E. promotes educational opportunities worldwide by assisting and facilitating projects and programs.

Ruling year info

1991

Principal Officer

Richard Grant

Main address

PO Box 631006

Highlands Ranch, CO 80163 USA

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EIN

84-1167459

NTEE code info

Educational Services and Schools - Other (B90)

Fund Raising and/or Fund Distribution (P12)

Public, Society Benefit - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C. (W99)

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Programs and results

What we aim to solve

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Global IE assists children, youth, and adults in a wide range of developing countries across North Africa, the Middle East, and Central and South Asia. We direct our work in these countries to projects that provide hope, expand opportunities for satisfying work, and assist parents rearing their families. Global IE has cooperated with local partners conducting these projects in 22 countries to date.
Global IE never works in isolation, but only with local staff and governments. We are a collaborative organization that has been widely recognized for our willingness to work with, not against, existing educational efforts.

Our programs

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Student Grant Program

Funding for Primary School, High School, and College students studying in a country other than their native country or the country where their parents reside. Currently there are 14 students being funded by this program.

Population(s) Served

Provide mobile educational platforms and materials for supplemental education and skills training in both rural and urban settings among those with limited educational opportunities. (Initiated 2013)

Population(s) Served

Assist in the development of businesses through planning and mentoring.
•Population served: College graduates seeking to establish businesses for self –employment

Population(s) Served

Renovate and improve facilities for the education of youth. Typically the governments in these countries do not have the resources to renovate severely-degraded school facilities.

Population(s) Served

This program includes teaching: (1) English as a Second Language, (2)Management, Leadership and Business Practices, (3) Computer Training, or (4) Vocational training such as Sewing to promote improved employment potential.

Population(s) Served

Where we work

Goals & Strategy

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Learn about the organization's key goals, strategies, capabilities, and progress.

Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

We desire to assist governments in their fundamental role of educating their people. In some countries that involves the government coming to Global and asking us to help with renovations of kindergartens and primary schools. In other countries, we work with the government-run universities to help enhance facilities, expand educational offerings, and assist in the training of students.

1) The Mobile Education Project was started in 2013 to give important supplemental learning to those with limited educational options. In this program, Global IE can supply tablets and projectors to teachers for the purpose of training children, young people, or adults.

- In Tajikistan and India, tablets are used in village seminars to help mothers raise their children. Mobile education is also a great tool for training teachers on the latest classroom management strategies, as well as giving new perspectives on children's value to society.

- Health education, such as disease prevention, first aid, and hygiene information is another important part of the program.

2) The Student Grant Program has impacted students from many different parts of the world. Students involved in this program come from Egypt, Iraq, Mauritania, Kazakhstan and Sudan, among others. Over the years Global IE has served more than 103 students from 17 countries.

- Young adults with limited means can gain the opportunity to receive a global education. Students are provided with the chance to gain new skills, perspectives, and abilities no matter their location.

- Global IE provides partial funding for primary, secondary, or post-secondary education for cross-cultural students attending schools not in their country of origin or where their parents reside.

- One family expressed, “We are so thankful for Global and the tremendous help in allowing our daughter to attend university."

3) Global IE has long been involved in school renovation, expansion, and building primary, secondary, and post-secondary schools in Morocco, Mali, Mauritania, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan.

- In Morocco, Global IE helped establish an 850-student trilingual (Arabic, English, French) K-12 school which today is viewed as the pre-eminent American school in that country, and highly regarded in Africa overall.

- In a Kyrgyzstan school for the deaf, Global IE rebuilt playgrounds. In Tajikistan, Mali, and Mauritania we have assisted in replacing or repairing primary schools that had fallen into disrepair. We have been able to work in places inaccessible to the central government due to political conflicts with local government.

4) Global IE has provided vocational training in computers (Uzbekistan) and sewing (Tajikistan and Afghanistan). These courses are intended to provide a skill set to men and women, which creates opportunities for self-support, seeding hope in places where, until Global IE entered, there may not have been any chance to advance in education.

4) English language training is fundamental in many of the places Global IE operates. English is the key language worldwide for employment opportunity. The effort is ongoing in Kyrgyzstan, Mauritania, and Morocco, as we partner with local universities and institutes who have provided rooms for our English Training laboratory.

None of this work is possible without donations from wide-minded and caring people who share our vision. Our organization is run completely by volunteers, so the overall cost is very small. It is our hope that you will be as excited as we are in the broad impacts that our small nonprofit company have been able to accomplish – all through private gifts.

Global IE is looking to the future to find new collaborations and techniques to more effectively assist people find hope and economic self-support in the developing world through educational opportunities.

It is a fundamental value to us that those whom we reach are shown respect, loving concern, and educated so as to reach their full potential. As we carry out this work,
Global IE hopes to inspire people to be servant leaders, to value justice and courage, to show charity to others, and model honest interactions.

We strive to keep abreast of new developments in educational technology and techniques while being consistent to the highest principles of stewardship and integrity.

As we move forward, Global IE wishes to establish self-sufficient educational projects that will not only assist people in the present, but also into the future, giving those whom we reach the ability to continue assisting others in their own nations.

We are in constant hope of a day when our services will no longer be needed!

Financials

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Global I E

Board of directors
as of 11/30/2017
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Richard Grant

Marilyn Button

Gary Garrett

Kathy Garrett

Stephen Swalm

Richard Grant

Joshua Ankerberg

Douglas Barnett