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La Terre Notre Planete (TNP) is a French NGO that works in Cameroon aiming to create employment opportunities for young people, particularly those who have left university and are unemployed.
The Hunger Project (THP) is a global, non-profit, strategic organization committed to the sustainable end of world hunger. In Ethiopia, THP has set up a number of "epicentres", through which integrated rural development programmess are delivered. Current projects include a savings and credit...
Association Osodi Social work for Integrated Development (osodi asbl) is an NGO in the Eastern Congo that works for women and children who have been victims of violence. To date, the organisation has opened a centre where women can learn sewing and tailoring, organised awareness raising on HIV /...
Mother Trust is an Indian NGO that cares for the poorest in society and aims to empower them in regard to development and self-reliance through education.
SolarGrid Energy Inc. (SGE) is a Canadian company engaged in providing green energy solutions based on the current and future needs of its clients. SGE specializes in the integration of Wind Power, Solar PV and Solar Thermal to provide the optimal and most cost effective solution to clients.
The Association of Deep Sea Going Artisanal Fishermen (ADSGAF) is an association that works with the artisanal deep sea fishermen in Thoothoor, Tamil Nadu, India. The Association promotes sustainable fisheries and mainstreaming environmental protection with development activities in the region....
Enactus Strathclyde is a social enterprise set up by students in Scotland. The organisation has a microfinance team, and in addition, works on technology development in order to assist small businesses in less developed countries.
Our approach is to help the 3 billion potential large population which, still up to this day, do not have access to clean energy and still cook on open fires. We have found a technology which we strongly believe will not only stimulate small business growth in the Less Economically Developed...
Business School provides women with no formal education or who have dropped out of school the essential financial and business tools needed to successfully start or expand their own businesses. Many rural women in Cameroon are either uneducated or are pulled from school at a young age. To address...
The women in South west region, Cameroon trained through our Teenage Mothers Institute have many ideas for improving their lives and educating their children, but lack of access to capital prevents them from implementing their ideas. With access to small loans of US$ 100 they can buy sewing...