To work in a spirit of collaboration and undertake projects in remote areas that improve the lives of disadvantaged people by building community capacity.
At first, every adventure is always about ourselves and what we want from it. Then you realise that there are others out there that need help and the focus of the adventure changes. An idea starts to grow of how you can best help those you meet who have so little, but give so much.
Assistance is of no value unless it can build a stronger community and be sustainable. A fly-in, fly-out adventure increases your own personal gratification, but what good has it really done a community?
At No Roads Expedition Foundation, we approach things a little differently, working to improve the lives of disadvantaged people by building community capacity.
Pretty simple really. No egos, no ownership of turf, no hidden agendas. Our focus, to work on projects that help people to help themselves.
No Roads Foundation's primary work has been to inject health and educational professionals into remote areas to support local health care workers and teachers, and where required, provide infrastructure and resources to ensure we are building capacity and not replacing...
No Roads Foundation invest in projects that aim to improve the lives of people within the remote communitines that we visit. Our programs deliver educational support and mentoring to the health care workers and teachers in remote areas with the...
Volunteering your time to help them in PNG redefines fulfilment and job satisfaction to another level
Dr Lim GP, Sydney