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Volunteers and funding needed to facilitate 4 projects to protect vulnerable children in Uganda East Africa

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Located near Kampala city along Gayaza Road, Can-Uganda is a not for profit community based organization initiated with the plight of transforming the most disadvantaged livelihoods and communities in Uganda East Africa. We aim to protect, rescue and prevent any form of children violence in Uganda....

Funding needed for education of the teenage pregnancies problem in Teso, Uganda

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The project idea is focusing to help the young girls still in school, but are threatened to drop out of school. The major issues the project is trying to address is the high teenage pregnancy rate which stands at 24.6 per cent. It is a result of harmful attitudes and practices like early/forced...

Funding for our Disaster Preparedness Training for Secondary School in Kenya

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In Kenya, there has been increasing losses on population growth, as a result of which the impacts are now felt to a larger extent among the youths. Young people are the most important resources in a country as they have the strength to build the nation. However the vulnerable to the disasters are...

Provision of Sanitary Towels to Primary School Girls in Western Kenya

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The Sheikkh Ndeda Kisanya is trying to help underprivileged young girls in primary school from Western Kenya. These girls are maturing and entering adulthood but often cannot afford to buy sanitary towels because they come from families that are too poor to manage providing a regular supply of...

Growing capacity - reshaping the lives of oppressed families in the slums of India Verified non-profit organisation

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Eddie and his team are encouraging, educating and empowering oppressed women who are now developing their own savings and micro-finance institutions, transforming their families and building productive futures. You will be amazed as your simple gifts of time release potential and grow incredible...

Fuding for Re-Usable Sanitary Pads for School Girls in Kenya

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About 65% of women and girls in Kenya cannot afford sanitary pads. Evidence suggests that the period around puberty is one in which many girls drop out of school or are absent from school for significant periods of time. Over 850,000 girls miss 6 weeks of school every year and women miss valuable...

Legal Aid for Indigenous People of Conflict Areas in Eastern Congo

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With this project, LISVDHE would like to help vulnerable people like sexual violence's and tortures victims, orphans, old people, internal war displaced, widowers, and refugees. The problem in Congo is that with all the different conflicts, there have been a large number of human rights abuses....

Provision of better educational facilities for poor rural schools in Zimbabwe

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I am trying to help children from poor rural schools in Zimbabwe who need proper facilities to carry out a successful education. The issue is that many children in Zimbabwe have classes under a tree or in dilapidated rural primary school with little school equipment and teaching resources. They...

Prevention of Adolescent Pregnancies and STDs in Zambia

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As a youth led youth focused organisation, we are concerned with the increase in percentage of adolescent especially girls practicing behaviors that continue to increase their risk of HIV infection. Our report shows that there are wide misconceptions on pregnancy, with 47.7% of male youths...

Better Education for Young Girls in Northern Uganda Verified non-profit organisation

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YAWARD wants to help girls and young women both at primary and secondary school levels who encounter problems to continue their education in Northern Uganda. Problems that affect young women’s education are: - Poverty among parents - Forced early marriages - Parents use children as source...