A PIBV team consulted a not-for-profit Montessori school named Banyan Center with the Burmese Refugee Project, situated in Pai, a town on the border between Thailand and Burma. They helped improve its business plan, create an Excel accounting system and expand its marketing effortsto better enable its goal of providing free education to Burmese refugee children.
Kliptown Youth Program (KYP) is a youth organization in Kliptown, South Africa, an impoverished township outside of Johannesburg, that provides food, tutoring, sports, performing arts, and mentorship opportunities for 400 children. PIBV’s team of consultants helped make KYP a more proactive, forward-thinking organization through creating a comprehensive budget, securing corporate sponsorships, developing marketing materials, improving bank account procedures, and helping the organization run
more effectively on a day to day basis.
The Association for Sustainable Development (ASSID) is an organization based in Rabat that provides rural women
throughout Morocco with the support and training to improve their living situations through income-generating
agricultural projects. PIBV's team of six consultants helped ASSID by developing their website content and overall online presence, improving grant proposals, and finding new sources for funding.
One Million Lights (OML) Philippines is a youth-led nonprofit organization that aims to improve the daily lives of children and adults by providing clean, safe, and affordable lighting to rural communities in the Philippines. The PIBV consultant team helped to reorganize OML's internal structure and improve its external marketing strategy for stakeholders. They also prepared an impact assessment report of OML's impact on the communities that it serves.
PIBV’s team worked in Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan for 3 weeks with Nur-Avicenum, a non-profit hospital dedicated to providing quality cardiac services for the surrounding Almaty region. They worked with hospital management to project future finances and successfully implemented a marketing portfolio as well as other systematic changes to increase donations and decreases operational costs.
PIBV sent an team of four students to Kigali, Rwanda to consult for Rwanda Partners, a non-profit organization committed to fighting poverty and fortifying communities which were torn apart by the Rwandan Genocide. The team developed a comprehensive business model for Rwandan chicken farms, which sources all materials locally and employs widows of the genocide. In Rwanda, the student consultants collaborated with national government officials and local authorities to develop and implement a business model which has now been applied across the country.
We provide quality consulting services to help NGOs across the developing world achieve transformative change.
To make use of our acquired business skills to identify and solve operational problems of NGOs in developing countries, move them towards sustainability, and thereby enhance their long-term social impact.