About Infopower

Infopower International Inc. (II) was incorporated as a non-profit organization in Columbia Missouri in November 1996. It acquired its 501 (c) (3) status in 1998. It subsequently registered a sister branch in New York State in 2014.

 

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To serve as a catalyst for the improvement of the status of underserved populations around the world. Using information dissemination, cross-cultural dialogue, problem solving, resource identification, education, training, and research, among others, as tools …

Values

We value the inherent capability and potential equality of every human being, whatever their education, nationality, race, creed, social class, religion, sexual orientation, or other demographic characteristic.

Giving and Sharing

Help people to rebuild their livelihoods, get a share of the power and resources to minimise the poverty and inequality gap.

This is What We Doing

We view the world as a precious asset entrusted in our care for future generations and therefore pursue policies that treat it as such.

Rockaway Waterfront Alliance Batik Painting Workshop (2017)

Rockaway Waterfront Alliance Batik Painting<

LaGuardia College Community Program. Jamaica Center Mural 3 (2017)

LaGuardia College Community Program. Jamaica Center Mural 1 (2016)

University of Lagos Silk Painting Workshop (2014)

OYASAF/University of Lagos Batik Painting Workshop (2014)

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Workshops

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Exhibitions

265

Participants

45

Demonstrations

Broad Goals

Lets Change The World Together

Disparity reduction

to facilitate policy initiatives and interventions that make for a more equitable society.

Poverty Alleviation

to strengthen public policies that support children more effectively.

Environmental sustainability

to strengthen public policies and practices that foster a healthy world.

Enhancing the status of women

who bear a disproportionate burden of global poverty.

Human and democratic rights

Aimed at improving the quality of life for all of mankind.

Collaborations

among people or groups of people that may or may not be spatially connected, but who share common interests, concerns or identities which could be local, national or international, with specific or broad interests.

Creative Ideas

are an essential part of high performance systems. Communication and sharing of information at this level is assumed to be associated with empowerment.

Communication

Communication and information technology have created new opportunities for communities which have enable them to build and manage empowerment process where members collaborate in utilizing technology

Sponsorship

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