Through our project, we aim to engage and sensitize all the stakeholders in the islands regarding the importance of the turtles and the need to conserve these charismatic animals.
Our project and organization seeks to counter loaded rhetoric, which creates a toxic atmosphere for many immigrants and leads to heightening anxiety. By providing culturally sensitive legal advise in a language they understand, we assist immigrants to assert their rights as they strive to become good and neighbors.
We provide accessible gardening space, free organic community produce, and education opportunities. In 2019, we will engage more than 1000 people in 224 community work days, and over 100 hours of diverse educational programs.
Through increasing access to free study facilities, textbooks, coaching, and tutors for poor children and young people especially girls, and skills training for poor youth and women, this project aims to give a concrete possibility of social and economic empowerment to the adults of tomorrow and to all their families.
I yearn for Indonesian people to recognize how blessed they are to live in an area rich of biodiversity and I want them to value that. I yearn for them to start to appreciate and value the diversity they have in their land.
Chiaga Eric, Thefa Mirabel, Vugar Chris – Fighting rural poverty, through sustainable market Gardeningjoshuabaer232019-04-13T07:22:26-07:00
My project empowers small holder farmers, particularly vulnerable poor women and unemployed youth in rural communities, through capacity building and startup support in sustainable organic farming and agro forestry technologies to boost soil fertility, improve household nutrition, and increase family income levels.
The main activity of the project is to raise awareness on women’s rights to own, use and control land. To accomplish the task, we trained 25 young women as Paralegals who were empowered with knowledge and skills on land legal issues.
Up until our coming together as Kitumba Women Development Association, we had a problem of being unemployed. Rather than sit and do nothing, we came together to identify opportunities to become financially independent and eradicate poverty though mushroom farming.
This project is designed to create an atmosphere where youth-at-risk, who struggle with relationships and authority, are able to accept a horse’s honest, non-judgmental presence and eventually learn to be honest with themselves as well as others.
Navigating Barriers to Reentry is an online resource designed to help ameliorate the collateral consequences of incarceration by empowering returning citizens to take control of their lives, their futures, and ultimately their financial security.
We recognize problems and challenges, such as widow inheritance, gender based violence, low income, illiteracy, and identify opportunities to be seized such as small businesses, education, salon, tailoring, pottery and other handcrafts, women’s constitutional rights to access land and other family possessions, and their right to take a lead in national development activities.
Turning Point Resolutions, addresses the lack of skills among children, youth, women and men in the communities of Uganda, many of which lead to unemployment and the inability to afford socio-economic needs. This project offers trainings in tailoring, art and crafts, basic financial management, and entrepreneurial skills to enable participants engage in livelihood activities to meet their socio-economic needs.