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Fund a Project

Would your church, business, workplace or school like to fund a project?

You can transform a community with a gift of £5,000 or more.

 

Project Timeline

 

The Grant 6 Months 18 Months
Project Start Progress Report Final Report
Once we received your grant, we will make a decision with our partners as to the project, its location and its timeline depending on where the need is greatest. Our partners regularly report to us about the project’s progress. We will then report to you about the community and the project’s progress.   A final report detailing the completion of the project and the number of people it has helped will be sent to you along with photos of the completed project and community.

 

Types of Projects

Here are some examples of the kind of projects that we do in the different communities we work in. When you fund a project, we will pair your donation with a community’s need depending on the amount given.

  • Ventilated Pit Latrines
    Ventilated Pit Latrines

    These are disability-accessible toilet buildings with emptiable, deep, concrete chambers for waste disposal

  • School Kitchen Garden
    School Kitchen Garden

    We provide the seeds, equipment and training for school pupils to learn and grow their own produce, that provides a daily school meal

  •  Menstrual Hygiene Management
    Menstrual Hygiene Management

    The provision of hygiene education and reusable menstrual hygiene kits for girls to enable their empowerment and attendance at school

  • Small Business Training
    Small Business Training

    Entrepreneur, management and finance training to enable individuals diversify and increase their incomes to provide for their families

  •  Drilled Well
    Drilled Well

    A deep well, drilled through hard rock to reach fresh aquifers

  • Hand Dug Well
    Hand Dug Well

    Where there is a high water table, a shallow hand dug well is all that is need to reach fresh aquifers

  • Rainwater Harvesting
    Rainwater Harvesting

    Rainwater is collected on rooftops and then filtered to create fresh drinking water

  • Farmer Training
    Farmer Training

    Training in improved, sustainable farming methods and management of their natural resources

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