Footprints has completed 94 projects
Here is where you'll find the real stories about how these projects that have truly changed lives for people living in extreme poverty across the globe.
Multi-faceted project to enhance the educational outcomes for children in the Khati/Jatoli locality of the Kumaon Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India. Including provision of classroom resources for school kids, introduction of computers/printer that will also be available for general community use.
Raised from 2,166 people
This project will provide 400 children at a rural school in Papua New Guinea with toilet facilities, and clean water for drinking and hand-washing, to improve child health and school retention rates.
Raised from 15,566 people
Oxfam’s water, sanitation and hygiene program (WASH) program aims to increase the health of local communities through expanded access to safe water and sanitation and improved hygiene practices in 71 communities.
Raised from 9,476 people
Oxfam’s water, sanitation and hygiene program (WASH) program aims to increase the health of children in specific schools and deliver gender justice within WASH program in Kratie and Preah Vihear districts.
Raised from 8,122 people
Trachoma is a severely painful disease and the largest infectious cause of blindness in the world. This major project runs over several years and aims to eliminate trachoma in 10 Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory through a treatment strategy called S.A.F.E: Surgery, Antibiotics, Face washing, Environment.
Raised from 9,444 people
This program will support poor, rural farming families in Ratanakiri and Koh Kong Provinces through farmer training, provision of water and sanitation services, health programs and development of home gardens.
Raised from 11,523 people
Ensure that all children in Nele and Sotang, some of the poorest regions of rural Nepal, have access to a quality primary education through Teacher Training and creation of child-centred teaching processes.
Raised from 17,248 people
Give pre-school children in rural Ethiopian communities the best possible start in life through holistic support for their physical, social, emotional and cognitive development through creation and support of Early Childhood Care & Development centres.
Raised from 9,103 people
Oxfam Australia’s Timor-Leste food security and livelihoods program is working to reduce hunger and improve income, access to food and living standards for 1185 people (263 households) in Oecusse and Covalima districts in Timor-Leste.
Raised from 9,703 people
1 in every 7 girls is married before the age of 15. This project aims to prevent child marriage in Indonesia which has a massive negative effect on a girl’s life.
Raised from 4,272 people
This project will improve the existing water source and deliver clean water to a village tank and tap stands in Kinumbuk, South Pagai, Mentawai Islands.
Raised from 2,324 people
The Quality Education program in Nele and Sotang, some of the poorest regions of rural Nepal, will help to ensure that all children have access to primary education. This project builds on 4 years of grass roots educational support in the region.
Raised from 14,700 people
For every dollar donated, two turtle hatchlings will be saved. This conservation project provides financial incentives to Jiquilisco Bay residents for collecting eggs from highly poached nesting beaches to protected hatcheries.
Raised from 2,180 people
This project will provide children at a rural school in Papua New Guinea with toilet facilities and clean water for drinking and hand-washing to improve child health and school retention rates.
Raised from 9,445 people
Trachoma is a severely painful disease and the largest infectious cause of blindness in the world. This project aims to eliminate trachoma in 10 Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory through a treatment strategy called S.A.F.E: Surgery, Antibiotics, Face washing, Environment.
Raised from 11,161 people
This project will reduce the large environmental impact of the Sangam World Centre in Pune through the introduction of large scale worm farming (vermiculture), and in turn educate Indian staff about climate change and the role of composting.
Raised from 466 people
This project will train Village Health Workers in remote locations on using a new mobile phone/SMS tool to assist them in planning and delivery of community health education activities, and the ordering and supply of basic, essential medicines for communities.
Raised from 73 people
Improve the delivery of and access to childhood blindness services at the Dhaka National Institute of Ophthalmology and Jamalpur District Hospital including 400 sight-saving surgeries and 3,000 pairs of children's spectacles.
Raised from 11,226 people
The Fred Hollows “Sprinkles” program addresses the serious issue of early childhood anaemia by providing an easy to use dietary supplement that will significantly improve the health outcomes of Indigenous children.
Raised from 19,255 people
Creating solutions to hunger, HIV and poverty for people in the rural district of uMkhanyakude in KwaZulu-Natal through community veggie gardens. Quality nutrition can reduce HIV-related illness and AIDS-related deaths, and is vital for breaking the poverty cycle.
Raised from 14,963 people
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