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20 years working for inclusion

Beyond the Numbers

Beyond
the Numbers

In the 20 years existence the Nantik Lum Foundation’s dedicated to reducing poverty and social exclusion, we have supported over 12,600 individuals, assisted in creating more than 6,000 businesses, and provided training to 400 social professionals in entrepreneurship and financial health.

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In 2022, the programs of the Nantik Lum Foundation have benefited 971 people through 1,215 consultations and the training of over 180 professionals.

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Our Impact
by Focus Area

Our activity continues to revolve around our three focus areas: entrepreneurship and microfinance, financial health, and volunteering.

As an organization, we continue on our path of continuous improvement, embracing digital transformation for efficiency and sustainability, as well as maintaining our closeness to directly and personally support individuals.

Inclusive entrepreneurship

295 Users
46 Businesses created
33 Businesses consolidated
13 Microloans provided

Health
Financial

140 Families served
100 Professionals trained
290 Consultations
180 Hours of training

Volunteering

50 Committed Volunteer Individuals

If you would like to learn more about our work, explore our Activity Report.

Our contribution to the SDGs

Our contribution to the SDGs and the 2030 Agenda focuses on the following sustainable development goals. Puedes consultar el detalle de nuestra contribución a través de este informe.

SDG 1 . No Poverty

Through all our programs, we contribute to eradicating poverty and social exclusion among the most vulnerable groups. We do this by supporting people in situations of exclusion or at risk, providing training and support for empowerment and inclusion, directly influencing the improvement of their economic situation, whether through inclusive entrepreneurship or improving their financial health.

SDG 3. Good Health and Well-being

Financial health not only refers to individuals’ economic stability but also to their physical and mental well-being. Recognizing the impact that emotional and financial health (or the lack thereof) has on people’s physical health, we promote improved financial health through training for social workers, enabling them to advise families and improve their economic situation, consequently enhancing their quality of life and well-being.

SDG 4. Quality Education

We provide quality training in all our programs with the aim of enhancing the skills and competencies of vulnerable groups, enabling them to access the job market (either as employees or entrepreneurs) or improve their current conditions.

SDG 5. Gender Equality

A gender perspective is included in all our programs and activities. We primarily contribute to this SDG through the CREA Program, which aims to promote equal access to the job market and improve the financial independence of women in situations of exclusion.

SDG 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth

Through investment in quality training and education (SDG 4) integrated into all our projects, we directly impact the labor market integration of beneficiaries, primarily through self-employment but also through regular employment, in decent and quality conditions, promoting greater well-being.

SDG 10. Reduced Inequalities

We design and implement programs that prioritize social, labor, and financial inclusion for groups facing inequality in terms of conditions and opportunities, primarily women and immigrants.

SDG 16. Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions

The rule of law and development have a significant interrelation and mutually reinforce each other, making it essential for sustainable development at both national and international levels. For this reason, this is a key element in all our programs.

SDG 17. Partnerships for the Goals

We contribute to the creation of public-private partnerships among entities that share a social vision and objective, developing a social innovation project that uses proven methodology to bring about transformation within the public administration.

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SDG 1 . No Poverty

Through all our programs, we contribute to eradicating poverty and social exclusion among the most vulnerable groups. We do this by supporting people in situations of exclusion or at risk, providing training and support for empowerment and inclusion, directly influencing the improvement of their economic situation, whether through inclusive entrepreneurship or improving their financial health.

SDG 3. Good Health and Well-being

Financial health not only refers to individuals' economic stability but also to their physical and mental well-being. Recognizing the impact that emotional and financial health (or the lack thereof) has on people's physical health, we promote improved financial health through training for social workers, enabling them to advise families and improve their economic situation, consequently enhancing their quality of life and well-being.

SDG 4. Quality Education

We provide quality training in all our programs with the aim of enhancing the skills and competencies of vulnerable groups, enabling them to access the job market (either as employees or entrepreneurs) or improve their current conditions.

SDG 5. Gender Equality

A gender perspective is included in all our programs and activities. We primarily contribute to this SDG through the CREA Program, which aims to promote equal access to the job market and improve the financial independence of women in situations of exclusion.

SDG 8. Trabajo decente y crecimiento económico

Through investment in quality training and education (SDG 4) integrated into all our projects, we directly impact the labor market integration of beneficiaries, primarily through self-employment but also through regular employment, in decent and quality conditions, promoting greater well-being.

SDG 10. Reduced Inequalities

We design and implement programs that prioritize social, labor, and financial inclusion for groups facing inequality in terms of conditions and opportunities, primarily women and immigrants.

SDG 16. Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions

The rule of law and development have a significant interrelation and mutually reinforce each other, making it essential for sustainable development at both national and international levels. For this reason, this is a key element in all our programs.

SDG 17. Partnerships for the Goals

We contribute to the creation of public-private partnerships among entities that share a social vision and objective, developing a social innovation project that uses proven methodology to bring about transformation within the public administration.

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