Footprints has funded 7 projects
Thanks to thousands of your microdonations, all of these projects have now been funded. Footprints will ensure that the money gets to our project partners and will provide project reports as they get completed.
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 9,104 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 11,508 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 9,446 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 2,169 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 467 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
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
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