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Teresa will buy 10 sewing machines for Kenyan women who are trained, unemployed seamstresses, so they can use their skills and start to work!
Bushra wants to set up a solar powered bakery and train underprivileged Bangladeshi students to bake, providing them with employment opportunities.
80% of Tanzanian girls don’t have access to sanitary products. Lucy wants to train 100 women to make and distribute hygienic, reusable pads.
Sharmin delivers menstrual health education to adolescent girls. $1,062 will enable Sharmin to educate 175 young women.
Meena is committed to providing girls in her community with effective strategies to cope with mental hardship. $870 will allow her to support 45 vulnerable young women.
A disability is considered a curse in many Maasai tribes. Elizabeth wants to provide ongoing education, treatment and dignity to the disabled children in one Maasai region.
Children in Mathare slum don’t have safe places to play or learn. Douglas wants to provide an education centre equipped with books and games for all kids.
Tuy Som coaches vulnerable kids in football and life. $1,086 will enable him to provide 15 more teenagers with skills, education and purpose.
In Mathera slum in Nairobi, people use coal and firewood stoves that are expensive to run and cause chronic and dangerous air pollution. Mercy has a solution!
Nicki is fundraising!
Sophorn provides counselling to some of Cambodia's most traumatised and impoverished people. $1,049 will pay for 180 one-to-one counselling sessions.
Lihle provides education and maternity healthcare to the most vulnerable members of her community. $1,038 will enable her to run her vital services for 6 months.
Eduardo is fundraising!
Wali is committed to improving education in Bangladesh. $1,030 will enable Wali to bring new libraries to three schools.
Benter and her friends spend hours a day collecting firewood and cooking on unsafe stoves. $918 will provide them each with a solution.
There are no doctors or clinics in Tanchi, Bangladesh. For $744 Mushfiqur can provide 85 children with health checks, medication and first aid training.
This slum community was relocated and given an empty school building. $820 will complete the school and get the eager students back to their studies
Last September, a powerful earthquake shook over 100 communities in southern Mexico. Indigenous women got organised - they want to rebuild their kitchens and their lives.
Many Bangladeshi parents do not have access to expert advice about maternity healthcare and parenting. Anika is determined to empower more parents through her blog.
Huong is committed to providing her students with a stimulating, quality education. $1,066 will enable her to equip her school with the materials to make this happen.
Srey Mao brings healthy food to kids living in the slum communities of Siem Reap. $1,200 will enable Srey Mao to feed 20 children for a year.
Vante runs a free school for Bangladesh’s most isolated children. For $1,015 he can provide his students with physical, technical and literacy skills
Beatrice provides home and care to new mothers previously living on the streets in Uganda. $980 will support Beatrice to support 9 mothers with safe shelter.
Rose is determined for women with disabilities and their caregivers to earn a sustainable income. With $1,042, Rose can run a business skills program for 50 women.
Patrick has dedicated his life to supporting children who have lost their parents in Uganda to break the cycle of poverty. $836 will enable Patrick to support 20 kids.
After the devastating effect that Typhoon Nina had on his village, Leodovico is committed to developing sustainable livelihood opportunities in his community.
Josephine received a clean cook stove that changed her life. $1,045 will enable her to provide 60 more teenage mothers with clean air and safe cooking solutions.
Having too many kids to care for can exacerbate poverty for already struggling families. For $870 Srey Roth can provide 20 women with family planning support.
Lauren and Matt are fundraising!
Beth has created clean water filters for rural Kenyans. $778 will enable her to supply 40 Maasai families with clean, safe drinking water.
Hong helps single mothers and abused women gain independence. $1,000 will allow Hong to support women to start their own businesses.
Thulile is reducing infant mortality in rural African villages. $1,218 will enable her to provide maternity healthcare to 32 women and their babies
Mary is preventing death by air pollution in urban slums. $992 will enable her to provide safe stoves and clean energy training for 50 young mums.