2,009,051 people have helped raise more than $5,691,598 for 269 projects

Footprints has completed 261 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.

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Footprints has funded 4 projects, and is currently funding 4 projects.


Protecting Gorillas and Surrounding Communities Uganda, RUN BY: Wildlife Conservation Network

Protecting Gorillas and Surrounding Communities in Uganda, Run by: Wildlife Conservation Network Our goal is a world where gorillas and other wildlife are healthy and their habitats are secure, and where they co-exist with healthy communities.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 24,791

Raised from 3,879 people


Solukhumbu Women’s Health Project Nepal, RUN BY: Australian Himalayan Foundation

Solukhumbu Women’s Health Project  in Nepal, Run by: Australian Himalayan Foundation The Solukhumbu Women’s Health Project (SWHP) aims to improve women’s health across the Solukhumbu district of Nepal including access to women’s reproductive and sexual health services.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 30,006

Raised from 4,812 people


Protect sharks and rays in Panama Panama, RUN BY: Adventure Travel Conservation Fund

Protect sharks and rays in Panama in Panama, Run by: Adventure Travel Conservation Fund This project will improve the understanding, management, and stewardship of threatened sharks and rays in Panama’s biodiversity-rich Coiba Island and surrounding waters – a national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site and an important adventure travel destination – through the long-term engagement of local communities and the public in baseline research and conservation, and the promotion of engaged, conscientious and sustainable tourism.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

USD 20,002

Raised from 8,948 people


Improve teacher training and education in Nepal Nepal, RUN BY: Australian Himalayan Foundation

Improve teacher training and education in Nepal in Nepal, Run by: Australian Himalayan Foundation This project will focus on training teachers in the remote Solukhumbu district of Nepal with the goal to ensure that children have better opportunities in life through an inclusive, high quality education.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 20,002

Raised from 5,960 people


Providing access to quality education in Nepal Nepal, RUN BY: Australian Himalayan Foundation

Providing access to quality education in Nepal in Nepal, Run by: Australian Himalayan Foundation Teacher Training and Quality Inclusive Education(TTQIE)focuses on training teachers in the remote Solukhumbu district of Nepal with the goal of ensuring that children have better opportunities in life through an inclusive and quality education.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 15,014

Raised from 2,284 people


Supporting front line health volunteers in remote Indonesia Indonesia, RUN BY: SurfAid

Supporting front line health volunteers in remote Indonesia in Indonesia, Run by: SurfAid Capacity building of community health volunteers and village midwives to better promote antenatal care to pregnant women, good feeding and care practices among parents of children under five.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 30,001

Raised from 5,043 people


Providing critical education to children affected by conflict in Ukraine Ukraine, RUN BY: Save The Children Australia

Providing critical education to children affected by conflict in Ukraine in Ukraine, Run by: Save The Children Australia Children in Ukraine have had their education significantly disrupted by ongoing conflict. Save the Children is working to ensure all Ukrainian children can realise their human right to gain foundational literacy and numeracy skills through their Library for All program.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 25,006

Raised from 3,750 people


Empower Farmers for Sustainable Tourism in South India India, RUN BY: Kabani - The Other Direction

Empower Farmers for Sustainable Tourism in South India in India, Run by: Kabani - The Other Direction This project will facilitate community based sustainable tourism in Indian villages as a means to generate additional income for farmers. The proposed training program would empower villagers to meaningfully participate in community-based sustainable tourism.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 10,005

Raised from 3,245 people


Sea Turtles and Plastic Projects Costa Rica, RUN BY: SEE Turtles

Sea Turtles and Plastic Projects in Costa Rica, Run by: SEE Turtles SEE Turtles helps the sea turtle community connect, grow, and thrive by supporting community-based conservation efforts. This project supports the Sea Turtles & Plastic campaign which is designed to get plastic waste out of sea turtle habitats around the world, by supporting four local programs in Costa Rica.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 30,008

Raised from 4,934 people


Water for Ghana Ghana, RUN BY: The Hunger Project Australia

Water for Ghana in Ghana, Run by: The Hunger Project Australia This program helps solve water scarcity and hygiene issues by empowering rural communities to promote water conservation techniques and develop new water resources.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 30,004

Raised from 4,709 people


Eliminating trachoma and improving eye health access in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities Australia, RUN BY: The Fred Hollows Foundation

Eliminating trachoma and improving eye health access in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities  in Australia, Run by: The Fred Hollows Foundation Australia is the only developed country to have blinding trachoma. This disease is one of poverty that can be easily avoided through access to clean water, efficient housing, and education.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 25,035

Raised from 4,057 people


Help Save Green Turtles in Costa Rica Costa Rica, RUN BY: Sea Turtle Conservancy

Help Save Green Turtles in Costa Rica in Costa Rica, Run by: Sea Turtle Conservancy The Sea Turtle Conservancy is working to save the Green Turtles which are in decline, working within the community of Tortuguero in Costa Rica to introduce eco-tourism as an alternative to the “consumptive use” of sea turtles for meat, eggs and shell. Funds raised through the Footprints Program will help fund the project’s research coordinators, research supplies and equipment, provide food for station staff and volunteers, gas for project boats, and supplies for community outreach and education activities.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 30,009

Raised from 5,053 people


Support mother and child health in remote Indonesia Indonesia, RUN BY: SurfAid

Support mother and child health in remote Indonesia in Indonesia, Run by: SurfAid This project will encourage exclusive breastfeeding practices in Nias, Indonesia to help minimize the damage caused by the malnutrition-infection cycle. Training and coaching, supported by localized education materials, should stimulate uptake of exclusive breastfeeding and save lives.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 25,008

Raised from 7,018 people


Help prevent child marriage and gender-based violence in Bangladesh Bangladesh, RUN BY: Plan International Australia

Help prevent child marriage and gender-based violence in Bangladesh in Bangladesh, Run by: Plan International Australia An estimated 1 billion people around the world cannot officially prove their identity, and 47% of these are children (World Bank, 2018). Your birth certificate proves you exist. Without it, girls around the world struggle to prove their age, and can be forced into child marriage. Bangladesh has the fourth highest rates of child marriage in the world, with over 50% of girls married before their 18th birthday. Plan International has been working with the Bangladesh government to roll out OpenCRVS, to ensure all children are registered and receive a much needed birth certificate that can protect them from early marriage, child trafficking and child labour.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 25,004

Raised from 3,809 people


Implement small-scale irrigation systems to decrease malnutrition in remote Indonesia Indonesia, RUN BY: SurfAid

Implement small-scale irrigation systems to decrease malnutrition in remote Indonesia in Indonesia, Run by: SurfAid Improving irrigation will help to address persistent high rates of malnutrition - driven by poverty, insufficient access to water, poor knowledge about nutrition, and low agricultural production, exacerbated by climate change.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 25,001

Raised from 3,803 people


Help children affected by bushfires in Australia Australia, RUN BY: Save The Children Australia

Help children affected by bushfires in Australia in Australia, Run by: Save The Children Australia This project will support 50 children cope with traumatic experiences they had during the Australian fires as well as develop their natural resiliency and strengthen their social support networks.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 22,823

Raised from 6,471 people


Close the gap in eye health for Indigenous Australians Australia, RUN BY: The Fred Hollows Foundation

Close the gap in eye health for Indigenous Australians in Australia, Run by: The Fred Hollows Foundation For decades, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have experienced lower health outcomes than non-indigenous Australians. Through this project the Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to tackling significant eye health issues for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 20,002

Raised from 5,701 people


Protect endangered zebras and support female enterprise in Kenya Kenya, RUN BY: Wildlife Conservation Network

Protect endangered zebras and support female enterprise in Kenya in Kenya, Run by: Wildlife Conservation Network This project will connect wildlife conservation to income generation and health education for local women and school-age girls in Samburu County, northern Kenya.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

USD 18,406

Raised from 7,889 people


Safer Cities for Girls Solomon Islands, RUN BY: Plan International Australia

Safer Cities for Girls in Solomon Islands, Run by: Plan International Australia The Global Safer Cities for Girls Program's overarching goal is to build safe, accountable and inclusive cities with and for adolescent girls to prevent and address gender-based violence and sexual harassment. The program aims to increase girls’ safety and access to public spaces and transport and increase their active and meaningful participation in urban development and governance.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 18,296

Raised from 2,861 people


Support teacher training and education in Nepal Nepal, RUN BY: Australian Himalayan Foundation

Support teacher training and education in Nepal in Nepal, Run by: Australian Himalayan Foundation This project focuses on training teachers in the remote Solukhumbu district of Nepal, helping ensure that children have better opportunities in life through an inclusive, high-quality education.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

AUD 15,004

Raised from 4,525 people


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