Footprints has completed 78 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 project will focus on women’s economic empowerment to support approximately 80 poor women to collectively implement small business enterprises.
Raised from 21,510 people
Reduce rural poverty by creating sustainable incomes from a 'goat bank'
Raised from 11,164 people
To improve the health and quality of life among rural poor communities in 1 village in Liquica District in Timor-Leste through integrated water, sanitation and hygiene education activities, and to advocate for increased quality and quantity output of the whole rural Water and Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector.
Raised from 15,248 people
This project will fund an Outreach Microsurgical Eye Camp where patients living in remote areas of Sindhu district, Nepal will have access to screening and surgical procedures, plus support for the Sindhu Community Eye Centre.
Raised from 10,062 people
Training a group of 40 key teachers to be teacher trainers to improve the education of more than 12,000 kids in over 130 schools in the Solu Khumbu Himalayan region of Nepal.
Raised from 7,723 people
Plan’s Youth Engagement project aims to enable youth in the Lautem and Aileu districts to realise their full potential through participatory activities which build life skills, leadership, capacity and knowledge.
Raised from 9,499 people
PEAK aims to bring affordable, safe, healthy, efficient and environmentally responsible solar/LED home lighting systems to the village of Jatoli and the hamlets of Dhoor & Libhurghur who are without access to electricity.
Raised from 5,670 people
Informal mentoring and training activities for young Indigenous people aged 10-18 in Kununurra and surrounding communities that focuses on increasing young people’s motivation and ability to make positive life choices, through a range of activities in order to improve long-term health outcomes.
Raised from 14,092 people
This project will provide funding for basic eye care services in rural and remote areas of Nepal, including day to day services and an Outreach Microsurgical Eye Clinic (OMEC) where hundreds of patients will have access to screening and surgical procedures.
Raised from 11,240 people
Training a group of 290 teachers that will help to improve the education of over 11,500 students in over 65 schools in the Khumbu region of Nepal in 2009/10.
Raised from 17,022 people
Build a concrete-wooden school with 3 rooms and a teachers house to improve education for 90 families in this remote farming village, Stung Treng Province.
Raised from 16,231 people
Improve the health of Nias communities through delivery of safe, clean water and sanitation through wells, springs, rainwater tanks and building public latrines and hygiene education
Raised from 4,288 people
Developing sustainable local capacity to strengthen blindness prevention work in the Eastern Cape of South Africa by training 12 ophthalmic nurses, 30 professional nurses and 210 community health workers
Raised from 13,815 people
To help 180 of the poorest families improve their livelihoods and get through the yearly ‘hungry season’ through training/mentoring in new farming methods, provision of seeds, livestock and equipment.
Raised from 8,210 people
Help equip and furnish two community pre-schools schools, build play equipment and develop culturally relevant teaching materials to improve education and create opportunities to break the poverty cycle.
Raised from 4,200 people
This project aims to save lives through a feeding program for vulnerable people such as children who are at risk due to the severe lack of food in Zimbabwe
Raised from 3,998 people
Running educational workshops & mentoring for indigenous kids 12-19 years to improve self esteem and increase long term positive health outcomes in Kunnunurra, East Kimberly region.
Raised from 11,700 people
Construction of an affordable and effective bridge to improve access to highland farmland & secure food sources, also allowing trekkers to visit the village and create eco-tourism income.
Raised from 1,926 people
Training about 190 Nepalis as teachers, greatly improving teaching and education standards, that in turn increase opportunities for more than 4,000 children about 70 schools, and also providing specific mentoring, education quality, and resource assistance to those schools.
Raised from 12,715 people
Build a concrete-wooden school with 3 rooms and a teachers house to improve education for 102 families in this remote farming village, Stung Treng Province.
Raised from 9,174 people
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