Footprints is currently funding 9 projects
These projects will help change the lives of people living in extreme poverty across the globe. They are being funded through thousands thousands of microdonations from online business and their customers who believe that you're never too small to make a difference.
To improve community-based early childhood education and health in 44 rural villages in Myanmar.
Raised from 630 people
The project aims to contribute to improvements in eye health in Vietnam by supporting local health authorities to strengthen eye health services across 11 provinces.
Raised from 120 people
This project provides vocational training and opportunities to disadvantaged youth in rural Cambodia.
Raised from 2,591 people
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 11,233 people
To provide the most vulnerable households and school children in South Sudan with food aid and support to sustain their livelihoods.
Raised from 14,908 people
This project aims to improve support for teen mothers in three rural locations on Efate, Santo and Ambae in order to improve their health and that of their children.
Raised from 3,173 people
To enhance the health and quality of life of poor remote rural people living in a village in Liquica District, through the provision of access to safe water, toilets and hygiene practices.
Raised from 18,700 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 3,265 people
This project aims to strengthen the local district Geta Eye Hospital’s (GEH) ability to provide quality, affordable eye health services with a focus on poor and marginalized groups in Kailali, Dadeldhura, Baitadi districts in remote Western Nepal
Raised from 3,486 people