(1) Inadequate Current Housing Facilities • Many different Affinity Groups, which are victims of Hate & Discrimination, face similar issues in various existing housing facilities, in some cases even at the hands of those meant to aid the victims.
(2) Broader Global Base of Resources
• There have been local and national patchworks of programs and services designed to assist various Affinity Groups; however, networking and integrating resources on a more global basis would allow for better use of the resources and assistance to a wider spectrum of Affinity Groups.
(3) Higher Accountability of Assistance & Funds Resources
• The deficit of some United Nations and other programs regarding delivery of actual assistance to specific Affinity Groups without enormous waste and unaccounted for funds, makes it clear something needs to change.
(4) Present Misappropriation of Housing & Treatment Facilities
• In some countries, housing & treatment facilities are poorly utilized and some out of operation due to poor execution and political corruption.
(5) Stronger Support Systemsfor Victims
• Some Affinity Group members DO NOT have family support systems and GA can provide support services through our Global Affiliated NGOs.
(6) GA Financial Resources
• GA can provide better accountability and direct use of funds.
(7) Synergy of Best Practices to Maximize Efficiency
• Applying solid business principles in "for-profit" and "non-profit" settings will guide the global efforts in delivering humane services in the most feasible manner for as many of the Affinity Groups as possible.