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Today’s Featured Grantee is:

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Peter Adeeko – War Widows Development Scheme

Soulace Africa War Widows Development Scheme is a community based veterans widow's empowerment initiative in Ibadan, Nigeria. This program is designed to advocate for social inclusion, sustainable income generation, and decent employment of veterans widow's in the community.

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  • Selassie Tay

“It’s time to stop limiting women’s potential”: Selassie Tay takes on training women to be independent in Ghana

For Selassie, the sight of Grace’s dilapidated house and weary expression was not unfamiliar—as the son of a single mother and brother to two sisters, Selassie knew the heartbreak of this situation well. From his experience with his mother, he also sensed that, despite the bleakness of Grace’s situation, that she wanted—and was capable of—more.

  • Savannah Dodd facilitates a workshop on photography ethics for a small charity in rural southern Uganda. January 2018.

Collective Rising

TPP grantees always connect youth to the programs, projects and visions they hold for a better world. In order for change to last, we must provide [...]

  • Selassie Tay

“It’s time to stop limiting women’s potential”: Selassie Tay takes on training women to be independent in Ghana

For Selassie, the sight of Grace’s dilapidated house and weary expression was not unfamiliar—as the son of a single mother and brother to two sisters, Selassie knew the heartbreak of this situation well. From his experience with his mother, he also sensed that, despite the bleakness of Grace’s situation, that she wanted—and was capable of—more.

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