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Empowering thirty teenagers mothers, Congo

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Teenage mothers are very disadvantaged economically because they have to raise their children themselves. Otherwise, they do not any resource to sustain their livelihood. Mostly, they require assistance from their parents (since most of them are living with their parents at home.) For sake of...

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Microfinance for poor women in Cameroon

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Voice of Grace Foundation - Cameroon (VGFC) is a non-profit social and humanitarian organization founded in November 2006, and a member of the Women’s National Forum (WNF). VGFC's vision is to alleviate poverty by developing those who have been marginalized in the community into job creators and to...

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Life skills, food, & uniforms for orphaned children in Nairobi, Kenya

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Orphanshop (Orphans and Needy Students Hope Programme) is a community-based group registered in Dagoretti Division, Nairobi, Kenya which aims to support orphans and needy students by providing services, including provision of food, access to education, and vocational training and advice on HIV/AIDS...

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Empowering poor Dalit in rural villages in India through job skills training

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The Scheduled Castes (Dalit) constitute more than 70% of the total population of Orissa as per census 2011. Pana, Dom, Ganda, Ghasi, Hadi, Kandara, Bauri, Gokha, Dhoba are treated most socially and economical backward schedule castes in Odisha. These sub caste are socially untouchable, socially,...

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Agricultural Development Project in Uganda

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Agriculture is the backbone of Uganda. A large number of workers employed in Ugandan agricultural fields are casual labourers who work on the land of mostly absentee landlords. The productivity of these casual labourers is low, and they face job and food insecurity. Back home, they are usually...

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Fighting AIDS through income generating projects in Kenya

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Kenya is home to over 42 million people, and has the 6th highest HIV prevalence rate in sub-Saharan Africa. It has an HIV prevalence rate of 6.3%, and more than 1.4 million Kenyans are living with HIV/AIDS. The HIV/AIDS pandemic in Kenya has been disproportionately impacting women. Roughly 3 out of...

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Skill development training for Kushtia youth, Bangladesh

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Geographically Kushtia is located in Southwestern part of Bangladesh. The proposed district is 270 kilometers away from the capital city of Dhaka. More than 70% people are living below the poverty line. 40% of the total populations are illiterate and many of the young people are unemployed. Rather...

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Integrate ex-quarry workers in the community through development of social, economic standards, India

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The Association for Community Training - ACT is a non profit, non Governmental, secular Social work organization working for the cause of the weaker sections of the society for the past twenty three years in Villupuram District, India. ACT initially was promoted in the year 1983 by a Team of...

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Empower Girls by Entrepreneurship in Rwanda

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Rwandan girls who did not have a chance to continue their studies gain professional training which enables them to access employment and income generation activities in order to raise the living standards in families. This project is also about informing these young girls about sexual reproductive...

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Social Enterprise to Support Epilepsy Center in Lebanon Verified non-profit organisation

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The Association for the Care of People with Epilepsy in Lebanon (ECAL), an NGO established in 2001, is the only association that targets people with epilepsy living on the Lebanese territory. ECAL’s mission is to support patients medically and socially, help them become more active & financially...