Grant Projects Tagged With Women & Girls

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

Women Development Centre (WODEC) – Eco-friendly re-usable sanitary pads

2017-12-08T07:28:52+00:00

The Women Development Centre (East Africa) Ltd (WODEC) is a women-led social enterprise in Eldoret, Kenya, which has firmly positioned itself to engage in the development of quality sustainable feminine hygiene for all. We are dedicated to addressing Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM), in urban areas and slums. Why? Because MHM [...]

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 [...]

Nyachwo Alibecca, Athieno Alice and Akello Teddy – Vegetable Growing using Drip Irrigation forPositive Mothers

2017-11-24T14:32:10+00:00

Vegetable Growing Using Drip Irrigation for Positive Mothers is a community based project designed by women living with HIV, residing within 9 villages of Kisoko sub-county. The project is intended to create a sustainable income generation as well as improved nutrition for 30 women and families who are living with [...]

Sophia Hanson – National Youth Foundation – Amazing Women’s Edition

2017-12-13T16:55:26+00:00

The National Youth Foundation (NYF), and founders Sophia Hanson, Jamee Joppy and Carolyn Crawford, created the Amazing Women’s Edition competition to promote diversity and gender equality in student literature. The Amazing Women's Edition calls upon students in grades K-8 to get to know extraordinary women in their communities and to [...]

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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