The Global Goals for Sustainable Development

International Projects

  • Internships for Vocational training Graduates in the West Bank

    Canadian Lutheran World Relief | Country: Palestine | Amount: $15000 | Funded in 2013-14

    In the second year of implementation, this project will improve the market participation and quality of employment of 28 female and male graduates of the LWF’s Vocational Training Program through work experience (three month internships) and employability skills training with emphasis on female graduates, people with disabilities and holders of West Bank IDs. The current proposal relates to the second year of project implementation (March 31, 2014 -March 20, 2015).

  • Livelihoods for Life

    ADRA Canada | Country: Cambodia | Amount: $8943 | Funded in 2013-14

    The Livelihoods for Life project will equip at-risk youth in targeted communities of Kampong Thom province with decision making power and protective and economic tools to alleviate their vulnerability to trafficking, reducing poverty, improving economic self-reliance and empowering the predominantly marginalized populations.

  • Looking In, Speaking Out, Phase 2

    Crossing Communities Art Project | Country: Nepal | Amount: $5000 | Funded in 2013-14

    The project includes 6 video/discussion workshops for women and youth in Kathmandu and Patan. Participants will screen and respond to videos created by Women Foundation Nepal and Crossing Communities Art Project. Their perspectives will be aired on Himilayan Television and on the CCAP website.

  • Machinga and Zomba Districts Water and Sanitation Projects

    Emmanuel International Canada | Country: Malawi | Amount: $7895 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project will 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 non-functional water points, constructing 3,576 improved sanitation facilities, training 92 communities in hygiene, and forming 92 Water Point Committees.

  • Meeting the Needs of Vulnerable Youth in Tiuana and Ciudad Juarez

    | Country: Mexico | Amount: $10000 | Funded in 2013-14

    Safety and educational needs of at-risk migrant and local youth will be addressed through emergency shelter, counseling and family reunification, and targeted school oriented programming in response to community priorities.

  • Migrant Workers Children’s Community Health Initiative

    Winnipeg Chinese Lutheran Church | Country: China | Amount: $5000 | Funded in 2013-14

    China has 230 million domestic migrant workers. Migrants are rural people living unofficially in cities. They are denied access to healthcare, education, and social services. This project will mobilize volunteer health professionals to provide public health for migrant children in informal schools and will train parents as community health workers.

  • Organic Bio-Fertilizer to Improve Crop Yield and Famer Income

    Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) | Country: Peru | Amount: $82944 | Funded in 2013-14

    Use of organic bio fertilizers has increased coffee/cocoa yields by up to 50% in Peru. This project will assist Divisoria to scale up commercial production and sale of organic bio fertilizer to 850 female and male coffee/ cocoa farmers in the regions of Huanuco, Ucayili and San Martin.

  • Philippines Typhoon Relief and Rehabilitation

    Emmanuel International Canada | Country: Philippines | Amount: $45000 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project will assist victims of the November 8/13 Typhoon Haiyan, with a range of immediate relief initiatives (food, water, hygiene supplies) and tools and materials (wood, bamboo, native or iron roofing materials) for house repair/reconstruction. The objective is to help up to 2,500 families (approximately 20,000 people).

  • Potential Through Education

    Canadian Humanitarian | Country: Canada | Amount: $9079 | Funded in 2013-14

    Potential Through Education is a project that is focused on assisting orphaned and vulnerable children and youth in reaching their potential through education. As children and youth take advantage of education opportunities provided in this program, their ability to break out of the cycle will be enhanced.

  • Pre-School Enhancement Project in Nyamatala Village

    Rivers Kids Club Nursery School Inc. | Country: Tanzania | Amount: $5000 | Funded in 2013-14

    Children aged five and six in Tanzania may voluntarily attend two years of pre-school education. Improving the pre-school environment at Nyamatala Primary School in the Lake Zone through a provision of food program, classroom and sports supplies, and teacher capacity building, will encourage attendance and support literacy and numeracy during subsequent mandatory schooling.