International Projects

  • Critical Child Protection in Post-Typhoon Haiyan

    Save the Children - Canada | Country: Philippines | Amount: $60000 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project aims to provide critical child protection services to children in the cities and municipalities in the province of Leyte, the area most severely hit by Typhoon Haiyan. Approximately 1500 children and 1500 adults (through extended psychosocial support) will be reached through this project.

  • Cultivators to Market

    HOPE International Development Agency | Country: Congo (DR) | Amount: $10892 | Funded in 2013-14

    HIDA is working in the Ubangi region of northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo to contribute to local self-reliance by establishing a cultivator-profitable value chain. The goal is to increase and improve farm production and its sale. Farmers will be supported by inputs of seeds, tools, training, and market logistical assistance.

  • Education for Orphans and Less Fortunate

    Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada/Namwira Folks / World Mission Good Seed | Country: Congo (DR) | Amount: $5000 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project’s aim is to offer 68 children an opportunity to go back to school. Some of these children are war orphans and others have either been abandoned or have fled from their families due to extreme poverty.

  • El-Shaddai Community Centre

    EMAS Canada | Country: Haiti | Amount: $13454 | Funded in 2013-14

    In this construction project, Haitians are learning how to ‘Build Better than Before’. In addition to the construction of much needed safe buildings, this project is teaching workers hurricane and earthquake resistant construction techniques and the quality and quantity of materials needed to build better buildings. This educational construction project is also providing employment and economic stimulus to the neighbourhood through the purchasing of construction materials and wages for workers. All of the construction work is being done by Haitians.

  • Emergency Protection and Non-Formal Education Opportunities for Syrian Refugee Adolescents and Youth

    Save the Children - Canada | Country: Jordan | Amount: $15000 | Funded in 2013-14

    Save the Children work inside Syria and in the neighbouring countries, we are working to meet the enormous humanitarian needs of children, youth and their families. This project will address the immediate and critical needs of a rapidly growing number of young people seeking refuge in the Za’atri Refugee Camp in Jordan. STC will establish Multi-Activity Centres (MACs) to ensure that approximately 3,000 Syrian adolescents and youth refugees will be provided with safe spaces to access learning and recreational activities, informal education and psychosocial support.

  • Enhancing Sustainable Livelihood Opportunities for Returnee Youth in Mannar District, North Sri Lank

    Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund | Country: Sri Lanka | Amount: $17195 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project will increase the sustainable livelihood opportunities for war affected youth in three villages of Manthai West DS Division, North Sri Lanka, through skill training and provision of inputs for aquaculture fishing and smoked fish production, market accessibility and business management training.

  • Facilitating Rural Youth in Lake Zone of Tanzania to Increase Marketing Intelligence through Agro-ba

    Marquis Project | Country: Tanzania | Amount: $12000 | Funded in 2013-14

    The economic situation of rural Tanzanian youth requires intervention to (1) facilitate their participation in the local market economy, (2) increase market intelligence, and (3) build self-employment skills. TSAEE will act as a catalyst to increase local capacity through a combination of micro-enterprise and agro-production training, mentorship, and micro-credit development.

  • Hetosa Food Security and Market Linkages through Value Chain Development

    Canadian Lutheran World Relief | Country: Ethiopia | Amount: $23155 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project aims to alleviate food insecurity and increase incomes for 1,026 households in eight sub-districts (kebeles) of Hetosa District in Oromia Region, Ethiopia, by strengthening agricultural extension services, promoting small-scale irrigation agronomy, linking small scale farmers to local micro-finance institutions and enhancing the value chain participation of small scale farmers from input services to market.

  • Humanitarian Response to Syrian Refugees in Zaatari Refugee Camp

    Canadian Lutheran World Relief | Country: Jordan | Amount: $30000 | Funded in 2013-14

    Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR), in collaboration with long-standing partner Lutheran Welfare Federation, LWF Jordan, will help meet the basic human needs of 2750 Syrian female and male refugees (75% women and children) living in Zaatari Refugee Camp in Mafraq Governorate, Northern Jordan by distributing shoes, summer clothes, and hygiene kits to the camp’s most vulnerable refugees.

  • Innovation for Rural Prosperity

    IDE Canada | Country: Ethiopia | Amount: $29143 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project will support 7,000 farmers involved in dry season farming, helping them establish sustainable markets for their products. Local entrepreneurs will also be supported in providing goods and services to farmers, with the expectation that this supply chain will ultimately function without NGO intervention.