Grant Projects Tagged With International

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

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 [...]

G-BAT Energy Saving Technologies Mayuge – Youth Empowerment Through Energy Saving Technologies

2017-11-30T06:29:20+00:00

G-BAT Energy Saving Technologies Mayuge is a stove making company, empowering the youth with skills of making energy-saving stoves to create employment for the growing majority of unemployed youth and school drop outs in Mayuge district, Uganda. It was initiated by Batambuze Girisomu. The growing number of unemployed youth are [...]

Kenne Kuete Virginie, Chia Vivian – Livelihood Support and Empowerment of Marginalised Widows in Belo-Kom

2017-11-28T14:08:04+00:00

Kenne Kuete Virginie is a passionate community leader, a long-time promoter of women's rights and the founder and coordinator of Open Arms Cameroon, an initiative that embraces the needs of the disadvantage marginalized poor in urban and rural communities in Cameroon. Her project "Livelihood Support and Empowerment of Marginalised Widows [...]

Harding Mac-Boima of Taia Development Programme (TDP) – 100 Rural Community Youths Empowerment Through Agricultural Corporative

2017-12-05T11:23:31+00:00

This project empowers rural youth to reduce urban and global migration. The number of growing youth is alarming. It is therefore crucial to take empowerment into consideration for global peace and security. This project is to provide support to empower 100 indigenous rural youth who have organized into an agricultural [...]

Michelle Carrera PR Relief – Chilis on Wheels Puerto Rico Relief

2017-11-28T15:14:42+00:00

In response to the devastation faced by Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria, Michelle Carrera traveled to the island to provide emergency food and support. With many vulnerable residents facing unprecedented shortages of food, water, and still lacking power in many places, Michelle and friends are providing nutritious vegan food that [...]

*Fabric of Life* Founder and Executive Director Daina Leigh, Director Silas Balabyekkubo, Mentor Charity Priscilla, Mentor Kebirungi Nina, and Leader Emilly Donia of the M-LISADA Foundation – Fabric of Life: My True Story Beyond Fashion

2017-11-20T08:28:59+00:00

Fabric of Life (FOL) co-creates community fashion “maker-spaces” that nurture indigenous talent, catalyse fashion enterprises, and unlock community potential in East Africa. Africa has its own story to tell, and FOL has used its grassroots educational fashion platform to bring together a dynamic collective of organisations to help young people [...]

Nabirye Christine, Harriet and Others – Jinja Single Mothers Development Group Tailoring Project

2017-11-10T12:39:03+00:00

Uganda is in a financial crisis, which often leads to challenging family situations and marriage breakdown, resulting in single parent families. Jinja Single Mothers Development Group recognizes that it is impossible for single mothers to succeed without income generating activities. Additionally, family members often lack the skills for self reliance [...]

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