The Global Goals for Sustainable Development

International Projects

  • Improving Small Holder Farmer’s Participation in the Tomato Value Chain

    Manitoba Horticultural Association (MHA) | Country: Tanzania | Amount: $5,000 | Funded in 2014-15

    MHA is supporting the Tanzania Society of Agricultural Education and Extension to train fifty small holder farmers on improving agricultural practices and facilitating development activities for youth and women’s groups.

  • Increasing Capacity for Young Parents through Community Economic Development

    Marquis Project | Country: Tanzania | Amount: $12,000 | Funded in 2014-15

    The project seeks to partner with local partner (TSAEE) to improve the economic situation of 180 single teenage and youth parents in 6 villages by increasing local capacity through micro enterprise training, identification of tangible goals and the dissemination of improved cook stove technology use.

  • Innovation for Rural Prosperity

    IDE Canada | Country: Ethiopia | Amount: $22,201 | Funded in 2014-15

    The project seeks to contribute to improved livelihoods for 21,000 households by empowering 7,000 local farmers through sustainable value chains for dry season farming, training for local entrepreneurs and creation of market linkages.

  • Kids Hope, Ethiopia

    Canadian Humanitarian | Country: Ethiopia | Amount: $7,876 | Funded in 2014-15

    The project aims to contribute to improved literacy rates for over 345 children and young adults through education support centers and trades-skills training in Ethiopia.

  • Liberia Ebola Response

    World Renew | Country: Liberia | Amount: $67,500 | Funded in 2014-15

    This project is in collaboration with faithbased medical facilities under Christian Health Association of Liberia (CHAL) to provide medicines and medical supplies against Ebola for affected and at-risk clients. The project aims to assist 75,000 residents from 45 CHAL member institutions / catchment communities.

  • Library Project for Elementary School

    Bridges of Hope International | Country: Benin | Amount: $5,000 | Funded in 2014-15

    A library project that seeks to improve the literacy rate and computer skills for two hundred students in Ecole les Leaders in Allada, Republic of Benin.

  • Livelihoods for Life

    ADRA Canada | Country: Cambodia | Amount: $7,510 | Funded in 2014-15

    The project seeks to train at-risk youth in communities of Kampong Thom Province on safe migration and anti-human trafficking through an awareness campaign. It aims to equip 1600 youth with decision making power and economic tools to alleviate their vulnerability to trafficking, as well as provide sustained income generation activities for vulnerable households through expanded vegetable farm business operations (forty-eight households), chicken farms (fifteen households) and fish farming (four households).

  • Machinga & Zomba Districts Water & Sanitation Project

    Emmanuel International Canada | Country: Malawi | Amount: $7,647 | Funded in 2014-15

    The projects seeks to provide clean water and improved sanitation to 80,000 beneficiaries in 92 communities in rural Malawi by drilling 8 boreholes, digging 24 shallow wells, rehabilitating 60 water points, constructing 3,576 improved sanitation facilities, training 92 communities in hygiene and forming 92 water point committees.

  • Market-Led Improved Livelihoods in Eastern Amhara Region

    | Country: Ethiopia | Amount: $7,633 | Funded in 2014-15

    The project seeks to utilize a market-led approach to improve the livelihoods and food security for 8,000 smallholder farmer households (40,000 beneficiaries) in Eastern Amhara Region. MCIC funding will go towards the training of forty government specialists and development agents, and over 100 Cooperative members on business skills, marketing and agricultural business management.

  • Moving Forward after Typhoon Haiyan: Improved Access to Clean Water

    | Country: Philippines | Amount: $20,000 | Funded in 2014-15

    The project is a rehabilitation intervention seeking to drill new sealed water wells and provide well maintenance, leading to access to clean water and reduction of water borne or related diseases. It will assist 1,000 families transitioning into new homes from evacuation centers.