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The Veolia Foundation assists children with disabilities to access education in Calcutta


Two Indian NGOs, Calcutta de la Rue a l'Ecole, and Tomorrow's Foundation, have received a grant from the Veolia Foundation that will enable them to install a mobile education unit on a bus which crisscrosses Calcutta every day.

ExxonMobil supported initiative for women and childrens's health and education in Angola


In 2007, the ExxonMobil Foundation supported Save the Children and Africare, together with the Angolan Ministry of Education to address the education and health needs of women and children in Kibala, in the Kwanza Sul province of Angola.

HSBC and Bandhan help family to purchase rickshaws


Shukla's husband was a rickshaw puller. He rented a rickshaw for 25 to 30 rupees per day and earned around 2,200 rupees per month. After learning about microfinance loans provided by Bandhan, a microfinance institution, Shukla approached them for a loan of 5,000 rupees which she received.

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: Casa Famiglia


The Hong Kong Jockey Club sponsors the running costs of four Casa Famiglia houses run by the Hong Kong based NGO, Hong Fu, a charity that provides services and support for people with both physical and mental disabilities.

SELCO makes solar-lighting accessible to poor families in India


SELCO India is a Bangalore‐based social enterprise that makes solar lighting technology accessible to economically impoverished people in India.

IKEA Foundation provides a $3.8million grant to Refugees United


Refugees United, a non-profit that has developed the world’s first online, mobile phone-enabled tracing service to help reconnect individuals separated by war or natural disaster, announced today it had received a $3.8 million grant from IKEA Foundation. The two year partnership will enable...

Partnership to help farmers in Africa increase crop yields and hope for the future


In 2005, Millennium Promise launched with a vision to end extreme poverty in our lifetime. As the leading international nonprofit organization solely committed to supporting the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, Millennium Promise believes that innovative partnerships and an...

Uganda: Kampala to get Sh480 Million to Ensure Success of a Sanitation Project


The Ministry of Water and Environment and the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ), have launched a public-private initiative to improve access to sanitation for the urban poor in Kampala. The project will be implemented in partnership with Crestanks and Poly Fibre, private companies that produce and...

L'Occitane Foundation offers support to equine training programme for the visually impaired


The Fondation L'Occitane is offering support to ARAC, a French NGO that works with visually impaired people to develop riding and associated skills.

A to Z Textile Mills: A Public Private Partnership Providing Long-Lasting Anti-Malaria Bed Nets to the Poor in Tanzania


Malaria, transmitted through mosquito bites, kills a million people worldwide each year. In 2004, A to Z Textile Mills of Tanzania became the sole African producer of long-lasting insecticide treated bed nets, able to kill mosquitoes on contact for five years without retreatment and resistant to...