Grant Projects Tagged With International

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

Lekshmi R and Dr.R. Rajamanikam, SEECO – Biodiversity awareness campaign for rural schools

2018-06-07T13:35:01+00:00

Lekshmi R and Dr. R. Rajamanikam run the "Biodiversity Awareness Campaign for Rural Schools" project located in Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, India. The project involves biodiversity education and participatory butterfly gardening at 10 rural schools. The project organizers noticed that the rural students were not getting proper backyard biodiversity education since [...]

Rural Women and Youth Fund Uganda (Ruth Fund) – Building Confidence of Elderly in Kyengera: Skills Training.

2018-03-28T07:13:10+00:00

The Rural Women and Youth Fund Uganda (Ruth Fund) provides support to rural and urban communities that are marginalized and live in poverty. The Ruth Fund created the “Building Confidence of Elderly in Kyengera: Skills Training” project to help support elderly and the challenges they face. This project inspired elderly [...]

COMMONSTUDIO – STRAINS

2017-12-06T10:12:35+00:00

Working in the complex hydrological ecosystem of Bangalore, India, STRAINS seeks to demonstrate the potential impact of simple in-stream urban wastewater remediation strategies that can be implemented inexpensively from the bottom-up. The project will build a pilot intervention to show proof of concept! The STRAINS project is a interdisciplinary partnership [...]

Comprehensive Agriculture & Rural Development Initiatives (CARDI-Uganda) – Youth and Women in Agricultural Sustainability To Improve Livelihoods and Sustainable Natural Resources

2017-12-05T09:30:17+00:00

Comprehensive Agriculture & Rural Development Initiatives (CARDI-Uganda) is a rural community based organization. It was established in 2008 by a group of community development volunteers and led by Jingo Joseph Nkumbi, an international youth worker and professional agronomist. CARDI-Uganda is working directly with rural poor and marginalized unskilled communities at [...]

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