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Our Vision

Support and promote environmental and educational public welfare projects, change social problems and mutually create a better future.

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Poverty-oriented Photography

Poverty-oriented Photography is a project founded by Sky3 Seed Foundation with Zhaoyou, eBroker and 51VR, to support Jie Chen and his team recording the poor families and villages via images and in-depth reports. It’s hopeful to drive some changes of society through revealing the difficulties facing by individuals and groups. In 2018, Jie Chen and his team interviewed more than 100 families from over 20 villages in Guizhou, Sichuan, Xinjiang and Gansu. Base on the plenty of photos and videos collected, and extensive field research and written records made, relevant reports have begun to emerge since the end of 2018.

Waiting for Mum at New Home

We’ve already moved into new urban house. Mom, please come home.

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The Most Dangerous Miles to School

At Atuleer, kids used to get to school by climbing the shaky ladder.

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The Land of Hope

Home in the dessert.

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Not One Less

The new year is approaching. For the Bijie children, the equally new things are houses, schools and future full of various possibilities.

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Revisit Qatar: Labor Abuses in Focus

In 2013, freelance journalist Pete Pattison reported on the plight of the Nepalese migrant workers in Qatar. The reports aroused the attention of the local governments and relevant organizations to take action and living conditions of the migrant laborers had since been gradually improving. In 2018, Pete Pattison planned to conduct a new follow-up research project with strong support from Sky3 Seed Foundation. Through the insightful reporting on labor recruitment, labor safety and other concerns, the main aim is to urge the relevant governments to administer tougher regulations and better policies in order to fulfill their humanitarian responsibilities.

Asian Town, Qatar’s mall for migrants: ‘You can’t ignore the...

The new Asian Town mall was designed to cater to Qatar’s roughly 2 million migrant workers – but critics say it is simply a way to segregate them

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Migrants claim recruiters lured them into forced labour attop Qatar...

The well-documented exploitation of construction workers in Qatar extends to the hospitality sector.

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Family of World Cup worker waits for answers over death...

Nepali worker died at al-Wakrah Stadium. Qatari authorities say they have taken “corrective measures”.

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AI for Humanity

At the present stage, charity aids around the world focuses only on “donation”. Donation can only address the immediate needs of the recipients, which offers no further help for their long-term development. If donations run out, they will likely be plunged into poverty and plight again. Humanitas hopes to offer a lifetime help for the weak through the power of technology.

About us

Faye Lo of the Social Impact Department of Sky9 Capital with the mission of supporting welfare innovation. It is to take actions for public welfare, spread love and share love along with care givers.

Over the past five years, relying on the trust and support of friends from all circles, we have raised more than 4 million funds, aided 52 projects, directly benefiting more than 15K children. It generated some long lasting and meaningful projects, leverage government fund more than 700 million RMB and created great social impact.

  • 60000+Fulfilment
  • 52+Project
  • 300+Volunteers
  • 60+Footprints

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