Grant Projects Tagged With Women & Girls

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

Abiodun Adereni – HelpMum

2018-10-09T12:44:04+00:00

Every day, hundreds of mothers and babies in Africa die during childbirth. According to UNICEF “Every single day, Nigeria loses about 2,300 children under five and 145 women of childbearing age. This makes the country the second largest contributor to the under–five and maternal mortality rate in the world.” A [...]

Justus Nyongesa Wanyama, Rhoda Otieno – RICEP Korogocho

2018-10-09T12:40:34+00:00

Justus Nyongesa Wanyama and Rhoda Otieno are the founders of the project, Rescued and Improved Community Empowerment Programme(RICEP), located in Kenya. The project rescues, trains, and empowers teenage mothers and youth in Korogocho slums. They teach the youth skills in hairdressing and beauty, barbering, counseling, entrepreneurship, and management skills. The [...]

Solace For She And Child Care Initiative – Period Poverty Intervention

2018-10-08T02:58:05+00:00

Period Poverty Intervention is designed by a registered non-governmental organisation in Nigeria, Solace For She and Child Care Initiative. The project is to help women/girls have hygienic menstrual life through menstrual education and sanitary material supports. We teach how to make and manage reusable pads, which are less expensive and [...]

KOPOI PRIMARY SCHOOL – Construction of pit Latrine at Kopoi Primary School

2018-10-08T02:47:26+00:00

At Kopoi Primary School 102 girls do not have access to safe and sanitary toilet and bathroom facilities. This leads to many young women missing school while menstruating, and exposes them to dangerous and unsanitary conditions. For the women of the community this poses a serious barrier to education. Moses [...]

Angella Nankindu – Training Unemployed youth in weaving and entrepreneurship skills

2018-10-01T15:08:52+00:00

Angella Nankindu is the founder of the project, Training Unemployed Youth in Weaving and Entrepreneurship Skills, located in Uganda. The project has key people among the staff who will be directly responsible for implementation of the project and they include 6 volunteer mentors, experts, advisors, and consultants who are experienced [...]

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