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EnvironmentPollution is the biggest environmental issue facing Egypt and its water supply. Industrial runoff, agricultural runoff, and sewage are routinely deposited in the Nile River. Egypt is densely populated, waste storage is limited, and water treatment plants are scarce. Air pollution has increased in the past decade due to the significant population increase. In Cairo today, the average citizen inhales 20 times more than the acceptable level of air pollution daily.1 Along with the increased pollution, Egypt has to reform its environmental policies to help mitigate the negative effects that are caused by climate change and a rapidly expanding population.6
FamilyThe rapidly expanding population and dramatic increase in birth rate are the leading current family issues. With the increased burden on the economy and overextension of limited resources, the rising population is a major issue in Egypt. The Egyptian government, as of 2017, has developed a family planning program, with aims to significantly lower birth rates. This program is geared towards families in rural areas, who often see large families as a source of economic strength, or abstain from birth control for religious reasons. 1 42.3% of women use contraceptives.2
Human RightsHuman rights abuses are exacerbated by internal turmoil and periods of military rule. Other abuses include police violence, impunity, restriction on freedom of expression, association, religion, and limitations on the rights of women.1 In 2013, Egypt instituted a number of restrictive laws that have established heavy punishments for anyone speaking out against the government.2 In 2016, there were 912 victims of enforced disappearance by the Egyptian police force. Many political protesters are thrown in jail and are often taken to trial without any legal representation or evidence being presented.3
EducationOne of the Millennium Development Goals that Egypt still has to meet is universal primary education. The enrollment rate in primary schools is quite high, with 94% of boys and 91% of girls enrolled. Upper Egypt, where poverty rates are much higher, continues to underperform in enrollment. In some areas, such as the Sohag region, enrollment is as low as 75-77%.1 The largest challenge facing Egypt is a rapidly expanding population and limited educational resources to meet their increasing needs. The Egyptian government has granted education access to Syrian refugees, adding more students to an already overstressed education system. Teachers cannot provide adequate instruction for large class sizes with inconsistent school funding.2
PovertyAs of 2017, poverty in rural Upper Egypt was at 57 percent, while poverty in urban Lower Egypt was 10 percent.1 Food insecurity is the biggest issue facing Egyptians. The lack of clean water, rising unemployment and birth rates are also causes of humanitarian issues.2 About 73% of the population receives food ration cards.3 The majority of the poor in Egypt are small-scale farmers, landless laborers, unemployed youth, and women. Alternatives to the agricultural employment are limited due to inadequate marketing infrastructure.4
Religion90% of the population identifies as Muslim, predominantly Sunni Muslim. The majority of non-Muslims are Christians.1 The government is responsible for the creation of a hostile and intolerant environment towards citizens who are not Muslim. Additionally, the advancement of radical Islamic groups, particularly the Islamic State, has resulted in Christians facing severe persecution.2 The government does not allow Muslim citizens to enjoy their religious freedom; they’re forced to practice in a culture of suppression.3
Clean WaterEgypt has long suffered from water scarcity, uneven water distribution, inefficient irrigation systems, and misused water resources. The country is dependent on rainfall to supplement scarce water supplies, rendering it vulnerable in times of low rainfall.1 The majority of the population in Egypt lives near the Nile Valley.2 The rapidly growing population further strains Egypt’s limited resources. In addition, many of Egypt’s communities rely on water delivery and sanitation systems that are outdated and unhygienic.3 The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization stated that water scarcity is one of the most critical food security issues facing North African countries, including Egypt.4
EconomyEgypt’s economy expanded rapidly during the Presidency of Hosni Mubarak (1981-2011) in order to attract foreign investment.1-2 However, the next President, Morsi, halted economic growth in favor of social programs and was ousted soon after. The considerable lack of rule of law and uneven reforms have hindered economic growth.3 Economic stagnation and high levels of poverty have taken hold of the country.The instability in the country discourages foreign investments, as there is little confidence that economic ventures will be sustainable. However, the government has pledged to reduce joblessness to 10 percent over the next several years, focusing on economic reform. As of 2017, Egypt’s unemployment rate had fallen under 12 percent for the first time since the political uprising of 2011.4
GovernmentEgyptian government is plagued in all levels by corruption, as well as the police forces. The rule of law is not upheld throughout the country and the judicial system is subject to political influence. The Egyptian government has undergone serious transitions since 2012. In the midst of all of the political turmoil and instability in major cities, tourism and foreign investments have suffered1, the investment climate in Egypt has endured serious upheavals, and many international businesses have withdrawn. Government affairs are nearly inseparable from demands of extortion, bribery, and instability.2
HealthThe life expectancy in Egypt is 69 years for males and 73 years for females. 1 The infant mortality rate is 19 deaths per 1,000 live births.2 Egypt has made significant progress towards achieving its Millennium Development Goals and creating mandatory immunization programs.3 Health initiatives, like a national program to combat tuberculosis, are provided at no cost to Egyptians.4 Still, Egyptian healthcare is often low quality, offering minimal care to patients.5
ChildrenEgypt’s improving economic and social indicators have succeeded in increasing the amount of protections that are afforded to children. Child poverty is a key challenge currently facing Egypt. Between 2000 and 2015, the percentage of the Egyptian population living below the poverty line rose to 27.8%.1 Egyptian children face almost daily violence.2 Many schools still view corporal punishment as an acceptable option. Around 93% of children say that they have experienced violence in their homes and at school.3
AnimalsEgypt lies at the intersection of several zoogeographical regions, reflecting the country’s diverse variety of animals.1 These rare environmental conditions have led to the flourishing of over 350 types of birds and 190 variations of fish. Egypt’s wild animal species also include jackals, gazelles, and cobras. Common domestic animals are buffalo, camels, donkeys, sheep, and goats. Many animals found in ancient Egyptian artwork, including hippopotamuses, giraffes, and ostriches, can no longer be found in Egypt.2 Crocodiles remain only south of the Asw?n High Dam.3
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PWI provides up to 50% off on marketing services (websites, apps, graphic design, social media, seo, marketing campaigns, video, etc.) to Registered Nonprofit Users who have subscribed on projectworldimpact.com. The discount is determined by the standard amount the PWI charges nonprofits and for-profit organizations who are not currently on the site. The amount of the discount is not guaranteed and is determined solely by and at the discretion of PWI.
An event platform for Registered Nonprofit Users to post, promote, and track events for their organization, and includes ticketing. PWI is not responsible for the number of tickets available. PWI will not be held liable for ticket validity. When a Registered Nonprofit User does ticketing, they will be charged standard credit card processing fees. PWI does not keep any percentage of the money raised by ticket sales. Event attendees are solely responsible for researching the validity of the event. PWI shall not be responsible for any misrepresented event details listed by a nonprofit. All tickets purchased are nonrefundable.
PWI Swipe is a software product for Registered Users to donate the spare change from their daily purchases (credit or debit card) to Registered Nonprofit Users. Money will be donated to the PWI Foundation at the beginning of every month based on the previous month’s change recorded on the cards they have submitted in the app. The change donated by a Registered User will be directed to the PWI Foundation, an approved 501c(3) organization. At the end of the quarter, donations will be aggregated and distributed by PWI Foundation to the Registered Nonprofit User selected by the Registered User.
PWI Foundation will keep a one time setup fee of $2.50 for each Registered User. This one time setup fee is still considered a donation (to PWI Foundation), but will reduce the amount passed on to the Registered Nonprofit User.
PWI Foundation will email Registered Users monthly with a report on the amount contributed. At the end of the year, PWI Foundation will distribute appropriate tax receipts to the Registered Users.
It is possible for Registered Users to designate a nonprofit organization that is NOT a Registered Nonprofit User (a “Non-subscribing Nonprofit”). For Non-subscribing Nonprofits, PWI Foundation will retain 10% of the funds received related to PWI Swipe to help cover additional costs incurred for project management and associated fees.
The donation will be distributed by PWI Foundation to the designated Registered Nonprofit User and Non-subscribing Nonprofit on a quarterly basis once the total raised is above $25.
Dedicated Team Members
If a Registered Nonprofit User subscribes at the appropriate level, they will have access via a ticketing system to PWI team members to help better use the available software and tools, as well as to help maximize visibility on projectworldimpact.com. Although PWI Team members will have Registered Nonprofit Users as their prime priority, there is no guarantee as to the amount of time (hours) PWI team members will spend working on any individual Registered Nonprofit User. PWI team members will not interact with Registered Users that are connected to nonprofits or Registered Nonprofit Users, but are not Nonprofit User Admins.
Dedicated Apps & Programs (white-labeled products)
If a Registered Nonprofit User subscribes at the appropriate level, they will receive dedicated branding on specific PWI apps and programs (Convene, Storyteller, Fund, and Swipe). This means that the apps and programs will be white-labeled (appear to come directly from the Registered Nonprofit User) and the users will not be as exposed to the PWI brand.
PWI App - Access projectworldimpact.com from a smartphone mobile device.
Registered Users and Registered Nonprofit Users agree to adhere to all of the same terms and conditions as the regular projectworldimpact.com site.
DONOR ADVISED FUNDS AS COMPONENT OF THE PWI FOUNDATION
Donor Advised Funds established at the PWI Foundation (PWI Foundation) are component funds of PWI Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation. All contributions to PWI Foundation’s funds are treated as gifts to a public charity and are generally tax-deductible, subject to individual limitations. Contributions of property other than cash and marketable securities may be added to a fund only with the written consent of PWI Foundation. PWI Foundation does not provide tax or legal advice; we recommend consulting a professional advisor with questions about a gift to PWI Foundation.
INVESTMENT OF ASSETS
In making a gift to PWI Foundation, donors give up all right, title and interest to the assets contributed. In particular, donors cannot choose investments, investment managers or brokers after their gift has been made, with the exception of a recommended customized investment approach as stated below. The Board of PWI Foundation have the right to make any or all investment decisions regarding gifts received, except that fund advisors have advisory privileges with respect to fund investments. All assets contributed to funds will be managed in PWI Foundation’s investment pools, subject to certain approved exceptions. Investment allocations among PWI Foundation’sinvestment pools can be changed. All income and capital gains or losses will be allocated to the fund on a monthly basis.
A donor may recommend a customized investment approach through an outside investment advisor for funds carrying a significant balance. PWI Foundation’s Board must approve the recommended advisor, the advisor’s proposed investment strategy and underlying investments. For current investment fees, please contact PWI Foundation (pwifoundation.org..
USE OF THE FUND
All distributions shall be for charitable, educational, scientific, literary, or religious (including any combination of such purposes) and for administrative purposes, all in furtherance of the purposes of PWI Foundation. Grants must be for charitable purposes, and those grants may be recommended to any 501(c)(3) organization or verified charitable entity located in the United States or any nongovernmental organization outside of the United States having a verifiable charitable purpose.
Grants may also be given for charitable purposes to non-501(c)(3) organizations if the charitable expenditure can be verified through a process called expenditure responsibility.
Expenditure responsibility is required for any organization not described in IRS Section 170(b)(1)(A), including for-profit companies, private operating foundations and new public charities that do not yet have 501(c)(3) status and disqualifying supporting organizations.
Grants given within the United States must be for a minimum of $100. Grants to organizations outside of the United States or grants requiring expenditure responsibility within the United States must be for a minimum of $1,000.
PWI Foundation shall assume responsibility for check writing, bookkeeping, investment management, tax reporting, auditing and evaluation of projects, and for making available to the fund advisors and fund representatives reports of fund income, expenses and grantmaking, as appropriate.
RESTRICTIONS ON GRANTS
In compliance with the Internal Revenue Code, grants are not permitted, for non-charitable purposes; for political contributions or to support political campaign activities; or for any purpose that would provide benefits, goods or services to a donor to the fund, the fund’s advisor(s) or other related parties. A fund advisor is subject to IRS penalties if the fund’s donor(s), advisor(s) or other related parties receive benefits, goods or services in connection with a grant recommendation. This includes grants to satisfy pledges made by any person, including a fund advisor, and non-deductible (or partially tax-deductible) memberships, event tickets, sponsorships, registration fees in tournaments and cause-related marketing activities. Grants are generally not allowed to private non- operating foundations, unless certain exceptions are met. Please contact PWI Foundation if you have questions about the exclusion of benefits from grant recommendations and/or multiple-year payments.
FEES AND MINIMUMS
While there is no set-up fee to open a donor advised fund at PWI Foundation, with certain exceptions, gifts must meet specific initial gift minimums, which vary by fund type. A list of current fees, management fees, and initial gift minimums is available upon request. PWI Foundation reserves the right to change its fee or minimum policies at any time.
PWI Foundation’s annual operating budget is supported by the fees we receive from managing the assets of Donor Advised Funds. Supporting fees cover the costs of the Foundation’s core services, including philanthropic advising, grantmaking, gift and grant processing, investment and charitable asset management, planned giving services, new fund development, civic leadership activities, communications and non-profit capacity building. Subject to change, supporting fees are calculated as follows:
Please note: the minimum annual fee for money that is not immediately distributed is $500/year.
Funds invested in several of our funds incur costs related to third-party investment management and consulting and bank custodian servicers. PWI Foundation’s investment fee is a blended rated based on the asset values and current fees charged by our underlying investment managers and custodians; returns are net of those fees.
ROLE OF ADVISORS
Donors establishing an advised fund may designate any person over 18 years of age to be an advisor on the fund. A fund can have more than one fund advisor. If a fund is advised jointly, upon the death of one fund advisor, the remaining fund advisor(s) retains the privileges associated with the fund.
The donor and any fund advisor may designate any person to be a successor advisor to exercise the privileges and duties of a fund advisor. Successor advisors may assume the privilege to advise the fund only after the deaths or resignations of all initial fund advisors named on the fund. The successor advisor(s) may be required to provide written notification and sufficient proof of the donor’s or fund advisor’s death prior to assuming the privileges and duties of a fund advisor. Successor advisors may appoint further successors. If the successor advisor is a minor, PWI Foundation’s Board of Trustees reserves the right to require that grant recommendations be made by the minor’s legal guardian.
All requests to modify advisor appointments or appoint additional advisors and successor advisors to a fund must be communicated to PWI Foundation in writing. In addition, a written acknowledgement must be received from PWI Foundation confirming that the request has been granted. If PWI Foundation has not received the name(s) of an additional advisor(s) or successor advisor(s) to the fund, or other special instructions,in writing, PWI Foundation will use the fund’s balance to support PWI Foundation’s ongoing internal growth and management.
The following Fund Advisory Privileges and Fund Relationship Definitions further explain the role of advisors and other interested parties to funds at PWI Foundation. These terms correlate to the Fund Agreement forms and will determine the fund’s contacts and advisors.
FUND RELATIONSHIP AND FUND ADVISORY PRIVILEGES DEFINITIONS:
Primary Contact: One person per fund who should be contacted first for anything concerning the fund. This individual may or may not have fund advisory privileges.
Fund Advisor: Individual has full advisory privileges over a fund, including grant recommendations, investment recommendations, naming the fund and appointment of other fund advisors and successor advisors. (This is the highest level of authority.)
Secondary Advisor: Individual also has full advisory privileges over grant recommendations but has no other fund administration advisory privileges. (This is an intermediate level of authority.)
Fund Representative: Individual has access to fund information but no fund advisory privileges. (This is the lowest level of authority.)
Successor Advisor: The second generation fund advisor; he or she has no advisory privileges until the cessation to act of all initial fund advisors. (Primarily for donor advised funds, committee advised funds and scholarship funds.)
PAYMENTS FROM AN ADVISED FUND
PWI Foundation does not permit expense reimbursements, loans, compensation or other similar payments from an advised fund to any donor, fund advisor or related party. All expenses must be paid by PWI Foundation directly after appropriate review of the expenses and their payees, and all expenditures must be pre-approved by PWI Foundation prior to being incurred. The expense submitted for review must be charitable in nature or support a charitable purpose.
PWI Foundation may consider permitting a fund to raise money. All fundraising activities must be pre-approved by the PWI Foundation. Fund advisors must allow at least 30 days for approval. Use of PWI Foundation’s name on any fundraising material is expressly prohibited without prior written approval by PWI Foundation. PWI Foundation cannot reimburse the donor, fund advisor or related parties for expenses related to fundraising activities. All contributions raised in support of the fund must be made payable to PWI Foundation with the specified name of the fund in the memo line. PWI Foundation is not responsible for the success of fundraising activities.
As required by law, all assets contributed to funds become irrevocable gifts to the PWI Foundation, and legal control and responsibility for the funds rest with the PWI Foundation. All funds established at PWI Foundation are subject toPWI Foundation’s variance power, subject to individual limitations, as set forth in PWI Foundation’s bylaws. Variance power gives PWI Foundation the authority to modify any restriction or condition on the distribution of funds for any specified charitable purposes or to specified organizations if, in the sole judgment of PWI Foundation’s Board, such restriction or condition becomes unnecessary, incapable of fulfillment or inconsistent with the charitable needs of the community served.
Designated funds can only be established for the benefit of one qualified public benefit organization. If that organization ceases to exist or dramatically changes its charitable purpose, PWI Foundation will use its variance power to find, if reasonably possible, a similar organization that matches the donor’s general intent. Should the donor request that the organization be changed, all remaining assets will be granted to the original organization and a new fund must be established.
PWI Foundation does not require a fund to receive contributions into it nor to make distributions from the fund every year. However, if a fund advisor is no longer willing or able to advise the fund’s distribution, and no successor advisor is named, PWI Foundation’s Board will assume responsibility for grantmaking.
Dormant Fund Policy
The PWI Foundation annually reviews all of its donor advised funds for inactivity. An inactive donor advised fund is defined as a fund in which there is an absence of contributions to the fund or grant awards issued from the fund for a period of three years.
After a three year period of inactivity, PWI Foundation staff will contact the donor advisors and/or successor advisors (via letter, email and/or telephone) to educate them on how to make grant recommendations through the PWI Foundation. If there is no response from the donor advisors to PWI Foundation’s outreach, and there has been five years of inactivity, PWI Foundation will begin to initiate grants from the inactive funds. If the fund balance is equal to or in excess of the minimum fund size (currently $25,000), then the Board-approved spending policy for the year in question will be applied to the fund balance and grants will be issued in support of PWI Foundation’s grant making. If the value of the fund is less than the current minimum fund size, then the fund will be terminated and the remaining balance will become available for PWI Foundation grantmaking. After seven years of inactivity, the entire balance of the fund will become available for PWI Foundation grant making as directed by PWI Foundation’s Board.
If a donor or successor advisor chooses to become involved in the activity of the fund, then the privilege to advise on the fund reverts back to them, as long as the fund was not fully liquidated. The three year rule for inactivity would resume from the last time of activity in the fund.
CLOSING A FUND
A fund advisor may recommend closing a fund by granting up to 100% of the fund balance to a qualified charitable organization, including any of PWI Foundation’s funds (e.g., field of interest funds,endowment funds, operating funds). Such recommendations must be received in writing, and, if approved, funds will be disbursed in accordance with PWI Foundation’s current grantmaking policies and applicable laws and regulations. Closing a fund by recommending a grant to another qualified charitable organization that is approved will occur as follows: 80% of the current balance will be granted within 10 business days of the request date, barring any issues with the organization’s status as a qualified public charity or equivalent. The remaining balance of the fund, including any residual net earnings, will be granted within the following 45 days. Endowed funds are permanent and may not be closed.
CONFLICT OF TERMS
In the event of an inconsistency between these terms and conditions and any terms and conditions appearing elsewhere in connection with any fund, these terms and conditions, as interpreted by PWI Foundation, shall govern, and PWI Foundation reserves the right to take any actions at any time which, in its discretion, it deems reasonably necessary or desirable for the proper administration of any fund at PWI Foundation or to comply with applicable law.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is a donor advised fund?
A donor advised fund is not a separate legal entity like a trust or a corporation. It is a fund defined by the IRS that a sponsoring charity, like PWI Foundation, creates through a written agreement with a donor. The donor contributes assets to the PWI Foundation, and the PWI Foundation agrees to treat those assets as a separate fund on its books. The donor retains the privilege of recommending charitable grants from the fund and the way in which PWI Foundation should invest the fund’s assets.
Who owns the assets once the gift is made and the fund is opened?
The law requires PWI Foundation to make clear in the agreement, and to obtain the donor’s written acknowledgement, that the assets in a donor advised fund are the property of PWI Foundation and that PWI Foundation has discretion and control over the use and investment of the donor advised fund’s assets.
In order for a donor to take advantage of the tax benefits that flow from a charitable gift, the gift has to be complete—that is, the donor has to part with control over the donated assets. The appearance of donor control could put the donor’s tax deduction in jeopardy. Therefore, fund advisors cannot make pledges on behalf of the fund and can only make non-binding recommendations about grants; they cannot control when and how PWI Foundation will make grants nor control decisions about which grantees will receive funding.
What are the limits on donor benefits in connection with donor advised fund grants?
Donors, fund advisors and related parties (such as family members or business interests) may receive only “incidental” benefits from a grant or investment of a donor advised fund. If a donor, fund advisor or related party receives more than an incidental benefit in connection with a donor advised grant, the IRS can assess a penalty of 125% of the amount of the improper benefit. The penalty may be assessed against either the person who recommended the grant or the person who received the benefit. (There is a separate penalty if a donor, fund advisor or related party receives a direct distribution from the donor advised fund, such as compensation or an expense reimbursement.)
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