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.
To deliver quality education resources for students and teachers in schools across Timor-Leste. This will in turn help to raise the people out of their current cycle of poverty.
Raised from 8,054 people
This project provides skills training and employment opportunities for girls and young women who have been vulnerable to exploitation and forced by economic necessity into early marriage.
Raised from 10,241 people
To improve access to Early Childhood Care and Development services through community and home-based programs for children aged 0-5, with a focus on those from disadvantaged backgrounds within the targeted areas of Cambodia.
Raised from 12,158 people
To increase access to water, sanitation and hygiene for the disabled living in one of the communities in the Pursat Province of Cambodia. Also, to increase awareness and improve the perception of the disabled within this community.
Raised from 9,532 people
The project aims to reduce illegal poaching of endangered leatherback and hawksbill turtles at Chiriqui Beach, Panama, through a rigorous monitoring and protection program overseen by Sea Turtle Conservancy and implemented by locally-trained indigenous community members.
Raised from 6,309 people
The project will promote education for children aged 0-8 in ethnic minority communities by focusing on their early childhood care and development with community-based care, early stimulation and preparation for primary school.
Raised from 8,716 people
Children in remote rural areas of Myanmar face high levels of malnutrition and limited access to health and education services. Plan is working with communities to ensure poor and disadvantaged children are able to grow up healthy and access quality education services, giving them a better start to life.
Raised from 8,692 people
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