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Where We Work

Senegal

  • Andando Foundation
  • Center for Renewable Energy and Appropriate Technology for the Environment (CREATE!)

Ghana

  • Vibrant Village Ghana - Field Office

Peru

  • DESEA Peru

Tanzania

  • Africa Bridge

Uganda

  • Bega kwa Bega
  • Environmental Conservation and Agricultural Enhancement Uganda
  • The Water Trust

Ecuador

  • Vibrant Village Ecuador - Field Office

Malawi

  • Action for Environmental Sustainability

Indonesia

  • SurfAid

Guatamala

  • Adopt-a-Village Guatemala
  • Garden's Edge
  • Trickle Up

Haiti

  • Haiti Children
  • Oxfam America
  • Sonjye Ayiti

Cambodia

  • EGBOK Mission
  • Planet Water Foundation

Cameroon

  • Community Action for Development
  • Enterprise Development & Governance Facility

Coted'Ivoire

  • MAP International

Kenya

  • Noomayianat Community Development Organization
  • The BOMA Project
  • Vibrant Village Kenya - Field Office

Zimbabwe

  • Local Initiatives in Development
  • Ntengwe for Communty Development

Nicaragua

  • Green Empowerment
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Our Work

We directly manage our own programming through field offices and make grants to organizations working on the ground to improve food security, family health, financial wellbeing and education in communities around the world. 

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Field Offices

Ecuador

Our Ecuador field office, located in Paragachi near Otavalo in the Northern Andes, employs 11 staff. We focus on promoting organic household gardens to improve family nutrition and generate additional income. We also support arts education for youth and a nutrition program for elders.

Ghana

Our Ghana field office, located in Fielmuo, Upper West Region, employs 9 staff. We are focused on constructing and repairing potable water sources and training families and students in sanitation and hygiene practices. With a focus on women as agents of change, the Ghana field office also supports small business development activities, such as soap making and community gardening.

Kenya

Our Kenya field office, located in Esabalu, near Kisumu in Western Kenya, employs 27 staff. Our flagship Farm Input Program provides small agricultural loans and training for farmers in the region.We also coordinate an innovative Education Learning Volunteer program to support youth who are struggling in school.The program engages high school-age youth who tutor elementary school children.

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Grantees

In addition to the work carried out in our field offices, we provide one- to five-year grants to small, community-based organizations and larger international development agencies focused on improving access to water, sanitation and hygiene, food security, livelihoods and economic development, community health, and education.

Current grant opportunities are by invitation only.  

Amman Imman
Niger, Azawak Region
$54,093
2017
6 Months
General Operating support
Food Security, Livelihoods, Education, Sanitation & Hygiene
Andando Foundation
Senegal, Kaolack Department
$160,000
2017
1 Year
Support women's cooperative gardening, infrastructure improvements to local schools and community health clinics and other community projects.
Food Security, Livelihoods, Education, Community Health
Artichoke Music
USA, Portland, Oregon
$16,197
2017
1 Year
Provide an afterschool guitar class through the SUN Program at Parkrose Middle School in NE Portland.
Arts
Center for Renewable Energy and Appropriate Technology for the Environment (CREATE!)
Senegal, Guinguineo Department
$150,000
2017
1 Year
Provide water, training and support for cooperative gardens in rural villages.
Food Security, Livelihoods
DESEA Peru
Peru, Calca Province
$65,100
2017
1 Year
Provide training for community health workers and distribute biosand water filters for households in the Andean mountains.
Community Health, Sanitation & Hygiene, Water
EGBOK Mission
Cambodia, Siem Reap Province
$5,000
2017
1 Year
General Operating support
Youth
Garden's Edge
Guatamala, Baja Verapaz
$58,000
2017
1 Year
Provide nutrition screening, monitoring and education for mothers with children under five who suffer from malnutrition.
Nutrition