Grant Projects Tagged With Training

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

Justus Christine Oteng’o, Young Mothers Empowerment Group

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Young Mothers Empowerment Group is an initiative to support teenage mothers emotionally, through counseling and group therapy, and economically, through training in hair dressing and agriculture, so they can earn a living and sustain themselves and their families (including their children and parents).

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



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 [...]

Brandon Guzman, Bambou Soutenir

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Brandon Guzman, Frandly Seney, and Louben's Jean-Paul started Bambou Soutenir in Northern Haiti to help promote local development and self-sufficiency. Haiti has been studied countless times over the last few decades and erosion is causing so many hillsides and farms to fail. Brandon Guzman came up with the idea of [...]

Olalekan Ayodele Sipasi, ProtectOzone

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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 [...]

Trauma Assessment Project

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The Trauma Assessment Project, a nationwide organization helping veterans and active service military who are victims of military sexual trauma, will produce, publish, and utilize the manual in trainings, both in webinars and in person, for first responders: clinicians and clergy, and other first responders who treat victims of military [...]

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

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John and Stacia Miller founded the Sailor, Soldier, Airman and Marine Access Center ( 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 [...]

Ann Gloria Njoki Nyawira, Able Hands

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Able Hands is a project of Deaf Outreach Program, which is a young disability organization that works toward promoting inclusion of persons with disability in development. This project will train 40 persons with disabilities on tailoring skills combined with entrepreneurship skill. After the training, the project's beneficiaries will be given ownership [...]

Teresia Wambui Ngugi, Tunza Talanta Foundation

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Tunza Talanta is a foundation that is located in Nairobi, Kenya and its main aim is to bring ttogether youths who are interested in sports. The Founder, Wambui Ngugi is a development practitioner who believes in promoting activities that will lead to socio-economic gains for the youth. The organization's key interest is [...]

Tiphereth Harris-Banks, Consious Nativ

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Conscious Nativ is a nonprofit that supports underserved youth in the Bay Area between the ages of 15 and 24. Conscious Nativ provides a studio space where therapeutic art workshops are held. In these workshops, the youth instructors will work closely with the students, teaching them how properly use the [...]

Delaney Marie McDermott, Making Waves

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Making Waves is a program started by three sisters, Michaela, Cameron, and Delaney McDermott. It is a surfing program created for young girls to promote healthy living, mentally and physically. The goal is to create a positive and supportive environment for girls to be themselves, share memories, and learn to [...]

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