Can you help us to bring lasting transformation to many precious lives in the poorest nation on earth?

GLO identifies, equips and empowers the best local leaders of passion, integrity, gifting and vision for the transformation of Burundi, bottom-up and top-down.

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Fighting On for Her Children

Danielle is a 25-year-old single mother of 2 who lives on the outskirts of Bujumbura, the capital. Every morning, Danielle carries her baby on her back with a load of vegetables, hoping to make ends meet for herself and her two children. With the little she makes, she is proud that

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From childhood, Bienvenue wanted to follow in his Dad’s footsteps and become a cook. He dreamt of becoming…
GLO Supporter Billy loves a challenge and has completed various fundraising events over the past years! “I do…
The International Day of the African Child, June 16th, is joyfully celebrated by our partners New Generation Burundi….

Inspirational Leaders

Charles smiles standing in front of green trees

Charles Nkazamyampi

Charles Nkazamyampi is the founder and leader of the of Foundation Charles Nkazamyampi (FCN). He is a national hero because he won the silver medal

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Featured Partner...

Burundian Schoolchildren outside gathered and smiling, looking in all directions

Harvest Initiatives

Harvest Initiatives is a local Burundian Christian non-profit organization which was founded in 2000 by a team of 7 students, led by Onesphore Manirakiza. Their

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By donating to GLO each month as a GLO Ambassador, your support will enable and maintain a host of life-saving and community-transforming initiatives in Burundi.

A little goes a long way, and GLO has stringent policies in place to ensure financial integrity and accountability, so you can be assured that your seeds of provision will keep on sprouting hope and opportunity for many.

If you’re looking for inspiration to raise funds for GLO, our new themed challenge is called 'Uphill Struggle'. By attempting something that isn’t easy for you, you’ll not only be raising vital funds that will transform many lives but will be standing in solidarity with Burundians, identifying with their daily struggle.