About Us

For millions of young people around the world, aspiring to leave behind poverty, discrimination and inequality, the skills of mental health and inner wellbeing are critical to positively transform their life trajectories.

At WorldBeing, we believe that inner wellbeing is key to global wellbeing.

Inner wellbeing supports a girl in completing her education. It can strengthen a young man’s resolve to advocate for gender equality.
And it will help the next generation forge a path forward for their communities, in the face of the climate crisis.

At WorldBeing our goal is to support marginalized and vulnerable youth, particularly girls and young women in low- and middle-income countries, to build the skills to access their inner wellbeing. By working with the youth of today, we sow the seeds of a better world for the generations of tomorrow.

Why We Focus on Inner Wellbeing

Research has shown that successful cultivation of mental health and inner wellbeing is the product of skills such as self-discovery, agency, and resilience—and that these skills can be learned and harnessed to unlock the aspirations of young people so they can change their circumstances and thrive.

Our evidence-based programs provide marginalized, economically disadvantaged, and underserved youth the skills that support them to flourish, despite the significant societal and socioeconomic challenges they face.

Innovative Training. Rigorous Research. Measurable results.

Research can change the ways in which we – and others – see and interact with the world and with one another. It helps us explore ways to make wellbeing accessible to all, no matter who you are, where you were born, or what your circumstances are.

It allows us to support synergies among individuals, communities, academics, governments, donors, and more – all towards the same goal: learning what strategies can support wellbeing not only individually, but communally, structurally, and globally.

Our 15 years of innovation and rigorous research has led to well-documented impacts on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) such as SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being, SDG 4: Quality Education, and SDG 5: Gender Equality.

Meet the team

At WorldBeing, we’ve built an experienced, global team committed to the potential within each of us to transcend and transform poverty, conflict, and oppression.
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The WorldBeing Model

WorldBeing offers a trans-disciplinary, integrative approach to developing and supporting mental health and inner wellbeing in vulnerable and marginalized youth and young women.

Our programs draw upon practices from fields including Resilience, Positive Psychology, Restorative Practices, Social Emotional Learning (SEL), and Attitudinal Healing.
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Our network

Locally and around the world, WorldBeing works together with individuals, non-profits, donors and universities to implement, document and share our tools and practices.

Via a network of partnerships with local NGOs, government policymakers, the funding community, academia, and schools around the world, WorldBeing works to integrate our mental health and inner wellbeing programs and training into school and community-based programming.
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