Grant Projects Tagged With Community Health & Wellness

Read about grantees who have received funding from a Pollination Project grant .

Susan Adol – Building emotional resilience of conflict affected women and children in Juba city of South Sudan

2018-11-06T00:39:38+00:00

Building Emotional Resilience Among Conflict-Affected Women and Children in South Sudan addresses the emotional and psychological problems faced by South Sudanese women and girls in Juba city due to years of ongoing conflict and the current economic situation. Facilitated by a trained psychologist, this project will conduct group-based and individual [...]

Society of Refugee Healthcare Providers – Webinar Educational Series for Medical Providers Serving Refugees

2018-11-06T00:22:30+00:00

The Society of Refugee Healthcare Providers is a small start-up Medical Society dedicated to educating medical providers who serve refugees. Understanding the appropriate care of refugees is a necessity for those providing this humanitarian service. The Society will utilize funding to create a webinar educational series for medical providers throughout [...]

Maria Martinez – 13 Moons (Trece Lunas- re-encontrando nuestra sanacion )

2018-11-02T09:47:55+00:00

In modern-day Mexico, many women suffer from violence, discrimination, and oppression. Maria Martinez of Trece Lunas works to heal the female energy and the social elements. Her project will have monthly work sessions to help women awaken their knowledge and self empowerment through spiritual, health-related, and artistic workshops. She will [...]

Brigada de Salud Comunitaria 43 – Brigada de Salud Comunitaria 43 Manual de Primeros Auxilios

2018-10-16T07:45:31+00:00

The Brigada de Salud Comunitaria 43 is a grassroots community health organizing effort based in the municipality of Tixtla in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. The group organizes community-based health brigades and trains local community members to diagnose, treat and prevent the most common illnesses that are found in their [...]

Tehu Kuma Nok-Itomi – Tribz.Bio/ Okobi.Life Black-Turtle Provisions Co-op Project

2018-10-16T07:41:30+00:00

OKOBI.LIFE Black-Turtle Provisions Cooperative is a Free Operation Organic Distribution & Supply (F.O.O.D.S) initiative of The Tropical Rainforest Institute of Belize (TRIBZ.BIO). OKOBI.LIFE recognizes that for ultimate food security, it is important to watch food grow from seed to fruition. Their cooperative model facilitates opportunities for indigenous and marginalized women [...]

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