About Us

About us

We are an informal global network of like-minded professionals from law, accounting, education, medicine, science, agriculture, engineering, ex-military and ex-law enforcement located in 72 countries.

We work pro bono attempting to make a difference to the world one person at a time for the betterment of humanity. 

Our work focusses on our unconditional belief in and support for The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

We specifically assist with matters affecting or associated with human rights, child rights, women’s rights, gender equality, the right to education, the right to healthcare and the eradication of poverty. Allied to this is our unwavering support for any project that can improve or save a life.

All of our work is free, thus helping us to avoid influence from governments or officials who might try to block individual progress or human rights, especially those affecting women, children, education or health. We do not charge for expenses.

We assist individuals and families. We do not assist businesses or companies.

We do not assist in the recovery of money owed or financial disputes or advise on matters pertaining to criminal activity.

We are working toward empowerment, for which we concentrate solely upon women. We see women leadership as the only positive future for this world to achieve goals for food security, personal well-being, education, healthcare and equality. 

Our policy is simple. We join hands with, work alongside, guide and support, people from all walks of life in the interests of humanity and a better life for the generations to come. 

If you feel that we may be able to assist you or your family, please contact us and we will respond as quickly as possible, usually within 48 hours subject to availability of a network member.  We ask that you should understand that a majority of our network members have jobs and are giving up their time to assist in the voluntary work of Proboco and that delays will sometimes occur. 

The process for qualifying for our help is simple:

1. We invite suitable applicants to send a summary of their needs by email. 

2. The application is reviewed for compatibility with our guidelines. 

3. If accepted, the application is made available to our network to consider and to offer their expertise. 

4. When the applicant receives a confirmed offer of assistance, we begin our work. 

If you are interested in working with us, please study our Code of Conduct, Gender Equality Policy and Child Safeguarding Policy. If you are confident that you can adhere to our strict code, please use the contact page to register your initial interest and one of us will respond, usually within 7 days.