Footprints has completed 109 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.
The Teacher Training and Quality Education program operates in one of the poorest regions of rural Nepal, the Lower Solu Khumbu, and helps to ensure that all children have access to a primary education.
Raised from 19,355 people
To provide the most vulnerable households and school children in South Sudan with food aid and support to sustain their livelihoods.
Raised from 22,638 people
Supporting girls to attend school full time through effective and affordable menstrual hygiene management.
Raised from 12,535 people
Due to continuing drought in the Masai village of Kakoi, there is a serious shortage of clean water. This project will lay water pipeline to a local school bringing clean water to a communal tap.
Raised from 1,849 people
To supply a number of households in remote villages in the Andes with solar lamps and solar panels (that charge effectively with cloud cover).
Raised from 504 people
To protect the beaches of approx 2000 sea turtles in Guanahacabibes National Park, Cuba through monitoring, scientific research, and education of local communities
Raised from 2,235 people
This project will enhance the health and quality of life of poor, remote, rural people living in a village in Manufahi District, by providing access to improved water and sanitation and by improving related hygiene practices.
Raised from 13,623 people
Training teachers from Vanuatu to use non-violent discipline methods with their students and providing them with practical tools to better manage classrooms. The program will roll out in Shefa and Penama provinces, Vanuatu
Raised from 16,610 people
To supply solar lamps to a number of remote villages in the Peruvian Andes, so these households can continue usual household activities (such as cooking and homework) once the sun has set.
Raised from 1,175 people
Teacher Training workshops that ensure the provision of child friendly education to primary schools in remote Lower Solu Khumb to increase attendance and retention to High school, and girls enrollment rates
Raised from 10,012 people
Many children in Cambodia go to school hungry or do not go to school at all because they lack the energy on an empty stomach. This project aims to increase the number of children going to school and help them to concentrate in the classroom, by providing meals for the children and their families.
Raised from 8,338 people
This project will procure foundation seed for the farmers, training the farmers and supporting poultry production and management in Chiredze, Chipinge & Mwenezi districts.
Raised from 11,930 people
Protection of a spring fed water source, installation of piping and tap stands in Sagitci Barat, Mentawai Islands to improve health and skills in building/maintaining water systems.
Raised from 2,168 people
This project will support some of the poorest and most remote ethnic groups in Phongsaly, Sekong and Sayabouri Provinces in Laos by delivering clean water systems, improved levels of nutrition and health, and generating new income opportunities.
Raised from 12,304 people
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 15,565 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
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