Grant Projects Tagged With Economic Development
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In Yambio, South Sudan, Sabit David Mborikino and Henry Michael are promoting quality of life and self-reliance through their project, Nambazia Community Centre. The center is founded using farming as a way to restore fair living standards, human dignity and improve the economic lives of those in the area. A
Rose Akinyi Onyango works out of Kisumu, Kenya empowering women and young girls to be economically independent through tailoring. Founded in 2008, the Faith Tailoring Center Project provides onsite training to women who do not get a chance to continue their education. Given the background of the female participants, Rose
We are developing greenhouses in the Dhorpattan Tibetan Refugee Camp. We provide agriculture technique farming to farmers so that they can increase their productivity and income. We realize that climate change resiliency and economics is heavily tied together. By expanding financial inclusion and increasing economic activity in mountain communities, we are seeing that climate change adaptive capacity is also enhanced. We are also promoting traditional ways of growing indigenous crops and raising livestock. We are directly engaging the community, especially the youth, to gain from this combination.
The project involves a free computer application training program for youth within the City of Buea. It will train 20 youth from age 17-28 in three shifts a day on basic computer application programs (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, internet, printing and scanning) for two months each for the next three years (2015-2019), training over 500 youth in total. Upon completion of the program, the trainees will add knowledge acquired/certificates to their regular school certificates to apply for jobs while others will be empowered to start ICT related micro businesses.
Kuchunguza is an educational institute in Uganda that focuses on tech and entrepreneurship. We teach individuals the computer and business skills, coupled with leadership, health, and human rights training, that enable them to change their own circumstances and become a change-maker in their communities.
This grant will help expand our outreach in the community and offer business classes, literacy classes and computer classes. We want to not only empower the women in our program but also others who want to learn and grow within our surrounding community. This grant will help expand our outreach in the community and offer business classes, literacy classes and computer classes. We want to not only empower the women in our program but also others who want to learn and grow within our surrounding community.
Grantee Name: Zachary Lager Project Name: Access to Water and Family Sector Farming Grant Location: Nguineia, Nhamatanda District, Sofala Province, Mozambi state Mozambique Funding Partner: Levi Strauss & Co. Project Description: Local Development Catalyst Network's (LDCN) sustainable agriculture and community food security project builds off our previous access to water project and promotes