Grant Projects Tagged With Training

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

Restoring Hope for the Girl Child – Restoring Hope for the Girl Child

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2017-10-12T01:06:16+00:00

Twehikire Baker and Grace Twehikire are the founders of Restoring hope for the Girl Child, an organization that educates vulnerable girl children in Kanungu District Uganda by equipping them with necessary marketable life skills for self reliance. The project, started in 2007, trains girls in tailoring, fashion and design, and [...]

Seyi Olojo – Barnard Columbia First Generation Writers Project

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2017-09-26T01:30:07+00:00

The Barnard-Columbia First Gen Writers Project is a year long program where first generation college students, some of whom are first generation Americans, explore the various narratives of their identities through literary creativity. This yearlong program which was created by Oluwaseyi Olojo, will feature an anthology that will depict the [...]

Charles Orgbon – Herramientas para jovens agentes de cambio

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2017-09-12T10:17:48+00:00

In order to protect Colombia’s biodiversity for generations to come, the country’s youth must be equipped with the know-how to create meaningful, local environmental projects. After having founded my non-profit organization, Greening Forward, at the age of 12-years-old and thereafter creating an award-winning blueprint for training young environmental leaders, I [...]

Heather Borders, Northeast Florida Guide to Farms, Local Food, and Sustainability

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2017-06-13T01:24:37+00:00

The Northeast Florida Guide to Farms, Local Food, and Sustainability eBook project was developed by Kimberly Ferguson, an undergraduate student in the school of public health at University of North Florida as part of a required 300-hour internship. Heather Borders, a Registered Dietitian and founder of Kailo Nutrition, facilitated and [...]

Olalekan Ayodele Sipasi, ProtectOzone

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2017-06-08T14:51:46+00:00

ProtectOzone was Co-founded by Sipasi Olalekan Ayodele and Olayanju Folasayo in Nigeria to mobilise citizen consciousness in protecting the ozone layer through trainings, advocacies, peer education, awareness raising, resources development, innovation and increase knowledge of civic responsibilities, thereby strengthening the capacity of young people to participate in combating climate change [...]

Stacia A. Miller, SSAMAC (Sailor, Soldier, Airman and Marine Access Center)

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2017-03-23T10:16:28+00:00

John and Stacia Miller founded the Sailor, Soldier, Airman and Marine Access Center (www.ssamac.org) to provide legal, employment and social services to active-duty and retired military, veterans and their dependents. One of their most valuable social services is the provision of group support meetings for those that suffer from PTSD and [...]

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