Kampala Educational Development & Feeding
Mondetta Charity Foundation | Country: Uganda | Amount: $3,500 | Funded in 2010/2011
Kampala Educational Development & Feeding supports the MCF’s efforts at Kampala City Council School to continue its nutrition and educational programs and undertake renovations to its building. A result will be foldable walls needed to create more classrooms.
Medan Addis Ababa HIV/AIDS Project
| Country: Ethiopia | Amount: $10,411 | Funded in 2010/2011
Medan Addis Ababa HIV/AIDS Project seeks to close gaps in the continuum-of-care by bridging the efforts of other organizations to enable holistic and comprehensive care. This includes free HIV voluntary testing and counselling, home-based care through volunteer networks, income generation for infected clients, and community education on HIV prevention.
IDE Canada | Country: Mozambique | Amount: $25,508 | Funded in 2010/2011
This Micro-Irrigation project is improving the livelihoods of poor farmers by increasing agricultural productivity and income. This pilot project will increase the income of smallholder farmers in Maputo province through the adoption of micro-irrigation technologies.
Microfinance Development Impact
Tearfund Canada | Country: Liberia | Amount: $15,661 | Funded in 2010/2011
The Microfinance Development Impact project offers its partner groups opportunities for microfinance development, and training in governance, board and staff development and management of human and financial resources.
Nungua Community Library
Osu Children’s Library Fund | Country: Ghana | Amount: $8,919 | Funded in 2010/2011
The Nungua Community Library project will purchase twelve computers and furnish that library’s new computer lab. With the necessary equipment available, community members will have access to government delivered training, become computer literate, and use these skills in finding gainful employment.
Partnership for Research on Ugandan Women with Disabilities
Canadian Centre on Disability Studies | Country: Uganda | Amount: $5,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
Partnership for Research on Ugandan Women with Disabilities is a project that gives voice to local Ugandan women with disabilities and builds the capacity of the National Union of Women with Disabilities in Uganda to practice evidence-informed project development and policy formation.
Primary Health Care in Conflict & Flood-Affected Communities,
World Vision Canada | Country: Pakistan | Amount: $120,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
In Primary Health Care in Conflict & Flood-Affected Communities, World Vision is aiming to improve access to and availability of health care services, safe water and sanitation for people in the post-conflict and flood-affected Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan. They will also deliver programs in community awareness and adoption of better health practices.
Protecting Children and Youth against ICT Enabled Sexual Abuse & Exploitation
| Country: Brazil, Thailand | Amount: $120,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
Plan’s Protecting Children and Youth against ICT Enabled Sexual Abuse & Exploitation project, will work with partners in Brazil and Thailand on child protection issues by addressing on-line sexual exploitation of children in the context of Information and Communications Technologies.
Providing Emergency Relief to Children & Families Affected by Japan’s Massive Earthquake & Tsu
Save the Children - Canada | Country: Japan | Amount: $100,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
Providing Emergency Relief to Children & Families Affected by Japan’s Massive Earthquake & Tsunami provides basic non-food items, school-based support and the establishment of child-friendly spaces to children and families in the wake of the Japanese disaster.
This project was part of $200,000 received from the Government of Manitoba, designated specifically to respond to the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Provision of Emergency Assistance to People Affected by Floods
| Country: Pakistan | Amount: $50,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
Plan’s Provision of Emergency Assistance to People Affected by Floods helps 13,000 families in the provinces of South Punjab and Sindh, Pakistan, providing food, shelter, health services and psychosocial support on a priority basis.
This project was part of $200,000 received from the Government of Manitoba, designated specifically to respond to the July 2010 flooding in Pakistan.