Grant Projects Tagged With Economic Development

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

Tororo Youth Organic Juice Production – Tororo Youth Organic Juice Production Project.


The “Tororo Youth Organic Juice Production Project” is a community-based project situated in Morwa zone. This project aims to support unemployed school dropouts to empower them through economic opportunities through the juice project. This project aims to reduce businesses such as, gambling, child prostitution, robbery, etc. Through the project youth [...]

Juma Chuta Mwinyi and Albert Juma – Organize Litter Bins to Reduce Litter Everywhere


The “Organize Litter Bins to Reduce Litter Everywhere Project” aims to reduce litter everywhere by empowering the community to manage litter at their homes and market places. Through this project, communities will learn about the negative effects in an effort to reduce the rate of litter everywhere and managing litter [...]

Mr.Birungi Sunday, Mrs. Candida Baguma – Empowering women and girls through passion fruit farming


The Passion Fruit Farming project aims to empower marginalized women and girls through building the skills to farm passion in Kiko Town Council, Kabarole District, Uganda. Through this project 50 women and girls will learn how to farm passion fruit as a viable source of household income and improve family [...]

Whitney Ceesay, Alhagie Senghore – SHINE Kololi Kids


“SHINE Kololi Kids project” is a fun, comprehensive, hands-on solar food preservation-training program for elementary school students in Kololi, The Gambia. Led by Whitney Ceesay and Alhagie Bun Abbas Senghore, SHINE (Solar Harnessing for Income, Nutrition, and Empowerment) program will introduce agricultural and solar-based solutions and the critical thinking skills [...]

Phyllis Trettien; Sharika Townsend – Opening Doors to Success: Navigating Barriers to Reentry


“Opening Doors to Success: Navigating Barriers to Reentry” is a Baltimore-based project envisioned to address legal barriers for reentering citizens. In partnership with The Center for Sustainable and Just Communities, a 501(c)(3), and Blake Trettien, a civil rights attorney and founder of Baltimore Resilience Project, they will develop a web-based [...]

Support Solutions Homeless Services – You’re Hired: From Pavement To Paycheck


Support Solutions is bringing a job prep program called “You’re Hired” to newly homeless people living in their vehicles in the city of Covina, CA. These "hidden homeless" individuals—still strong and capable—have not yet fallen into chronic homelessness, and can begin to get job interviews in as few as three [...]

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