Organizations Seeking Partnerships
Organizations frequently contact Peak Proposals requesting that we fund their projects or partner with them to submit proposals. Unfortunately, we have to turn down these requests. Our mission is to provide information and training on how to find funding, write grant proposals, and manage the grant process. We do not provide funding, and we are not in a position to partner with organizations.
To help organizations reach potential partners (e.g., volunteer grant writers and project partners) and possibly even attract the attention of potential funders, we've created a space for organizations to post information about their missions and partnership needs.
The organizations below contacted Peak Proposals and requested help finding partners. If your organization is interested in partnering with another community-based organization to submit a grant proposal, or if you are a grant writer interested in volunteering your time to help organizations write proposals, we encourage you to review the list below. If you are interested in working with one of the organizations, please contact the organization directly. (Before reaching out to an organization, please read the disclaimer at the bottom of this page.)
If you would like your organization to be listed, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “partnership listing” and provide us with a brief description of your organization's mission, what kind of partnership you are seeking, and your contact information.
To date, the list includes organizations from the following regions and countries (click on country name to be taken to profiles):
REPUBLIC OF BENIN
ONG EDUCATION ET DEVELOPPEMENT (ONG ED)
ONG ED promotes the culture based on the sustainable and full development of human beings. Its mission is to serve the neglected people in the countryside communities composed of poor peasants in rural areas; to improve the health of poor individuals; to educate people about the protection of the environment; to help the jobless and educated youth to work in the farming business so as to stop migration; to promote social welfare and to alleviate poverty; and to promote the peaceful co-existence (peace-building activities on the mass media and meetings with pupils to prevent from criminality, terrorism, and extreme violence). To reach those goals, ONG ED intervenes in the domains of education, literacy, culture, health, environment, farming, handicraft, microloans, an orphanage, and peace culture.
ONG ED is seeking to partner with associations or organizations, foundations, individuals, and corporations from anywhere in the world as well as with local and international volunteers with whom it can share experiences and jointly implement projects. ONG ED’s specific needs include volunteer grant writers, English-French translators, a webmaster, fundraising volunteers, and foreign representatives to join ONG ED so as to enable it to reach potential partners.
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +229 90 94 43 62 / +229 62 93 61 93
Mailing Address: 03 BP 1516 Jericho, Cotonou République du Bénin (West Africa)
Physical Address: Chez Houessilo SODJI, Village de Kpodaha 1, Arrondissement d’Ayomi, Commune de Dogbo, Departement du Couffo; République du Bénin (West Africa)
ONG ED’s registration number is N° 03/009/PDCM-C/SG/STCCD of the 16/02/2007 at the Préfecture in Lokossa published on page 282 of the JOURNAL OFFICIEL DE LA REPUBLIQUE DU BENIN N° 07 on April 1st, 2007 edition.
With a new technology system, ONG ED healed about 164.000 sick peasants from various diseases in Djougou, Materi, Tanguiéta and Aplahoué. It has fought against tobacco use and alcohol consumption in villages in Dogbo, Aplahoué, in quarters in Cotonou and Parakou. ONG ED needs to continue these programs to serve the needy. Unfortunately, ONG ED is victim of a burglary which caused damages of more than USD $600,000! The case is at court. Due to the burglary, ONG ED lacks the resources to serve those in need. Let us remember that, through a microfinance program, ONG ED gave microloans to 3654 women in suburbs areas and in countryside. You could help poor and neglected people in the Benin countryside. ONG ED plans to construct medical and social center for those in need that you can help with too.
AFRICAN YOUTH ALLIANCE COMMON INITIATIVE GROUP
Our mission is to empower women and girls to challenge unjust policies affecting their lives and improve their skills through training on women’s rights, sexual and reproductive health and rights, menstrual hygiene, gender-based violence and livelihood support activities for income generation.
We have so far created a network of 12 clubs in six communities of North West Cameroon. We focus on their socioeconomic empowerment and reach out directly about 700 women and girls on a monthly basis with our programs. In the various African Youth Alliance clubs, we have already supported women and girls with various trainings on income generating activities like powder soap, medicated soap and body lotion production, arts & crafts trainings. We have also implemented two agricultural projects that benefited directly over 200 rural women for food security and the protection of the environment.
We have successfully reached out to over 2,650 women and young girls, 90% of them in rural remote communities of North West Cameroon.
The African Youth Alliance would like to partner with organizations for the sponsorship of community-based projects on:
1. Education on menstrual hygiene management, sexual and reproductive health and rights for rural women and girls
2. Education of women’s rights, female leadership
3. Socio economic empowerment for rural women and girls: life skills trainings and establishment of petty businesses
4. Organic agriculture and climate change control for rural women and girls
Phone: (+237) 678 27 21 03
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 953 Bamenda, Cameroon
Physical Address: 3rd Floor, Njindom Cooperative Credit Union Building, Entrance to Fon’s Street, Bamenda, Cameroon
Social Media: Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/africanyouthalliancegroup/
We encourage women and young girls to come together into clubs. The women and girls meet twice a month in their clubs, which are safe discussion spaces where they can freely talk about the issues affecting them in their communities, support each other and find solutions. In the clubs, we empower them on women’s rights, leadership skills and train them on income generating activities (powder soap/arts and crafts production). Most women/girls in rural communities practice farming activities for subsistence. We therefore also implement organic agricultural projects to improve on their access for food security and for climate change control.
We have a monthly calendar of trainings on women’s rights, gender based violence, leadership, basic bookkeeping and accounting, etc. for all our groups. We reach out to the groups with various trainings and we encourage the women to support each other.
ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT & GOVERNANCE FACILITY (EDGF)
Promotion of Sustainable Community Development Strategies
EDGF seeks project sponsorship. This could be sponsorship of one-off projects, or longer term, two-to-five year projects for community projects in the following activity programmes:
1. Small cooperative group grants to train and mentor women, entrepreneurs, and especially single mothers and widows in impoverished areas to improve and develop small businesses
2. To enable children from poor families to attend school, obtain primary education, and pay fees and school supplies
3. Vocational training of at-risk/disadvantaged girls/single mothers age 13 to 25 years on occupational/crafts skills for improved food security and community welfare
4. Water Environment Sanitation and Hygiene workshops and gravitational ground water construction projects
5. Adult literacy workshops and training in the communities
6. Improvement of farming systems, bee farming, agro-forestry, tree crop farming
7. Services to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) most especially women and youth
Point of Contact: Gideon Njini, Chief Executive Officer
Phone: +237 677 439 468
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 5011 Nkwen Bamenda, North West Region, Cameroon, Africa
Physical Address: Ghana Street 2nd Storey building from Mrs.Ngen Junction Nkwen Bamenda, North West Region Cameroon
To see some of EDGF’s field project activities, please visit their website photo album at https://www.flickr.com/photos/76650892@N05/
ILLUMINATING RURAL WOMEN AND GIRLS FOUNDATION (IRUWAGFO)
Illuminating Rural Women and Girls Foundation (IRUWAGFO) seeks to inspire and empower rural woman and girls.
Illuminating Rural Women and Girls Foundation (IRUWAGFO) is seeking to partner with local or international organizations with whom they can share experiences
and best practices and also those organizations with whom she can jointly execute projects with.
Point of Contact: Elizabeth Tanyi, Chief Executive Officer
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (+237) 677-809-876 or (+237) 243 638 441
Whatsap: (+237) 677 809 876
Address: Tali, Cameroon
YOUNG VOLUNTEERS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT THE GAMBIA (YVE)
YVE strives to develop leadership and eco-citizenship in young people. YVE’s core values include promotion of sustainable community development, encouragement of responsibility through volunteerism, and ecological diversity justice. YVE’s thematic areas of focus are energy and climate change development, natural resources, management, and youth and eco-citizenship. We support local communities and women groups.
YVE seeks an organization dealing with environmental development for sustainable community development and youth development for a better future in the world we are living.
Phone: (00220) 7968963
YVE The Gambia is a registered, youth-led nonprofit organization created in 2012 in Banjul, The Gambia. The organization has local branches and school clubs.
HOPE ON AFRICA PROGRAMME (HOAP)
Hope on Africa Programme (HOAP) was formed to reverse the further spread of HIV/AIDS and to reduce poverty among our people.
HOAP envisions a country where its citizens will be able to access educational information and healthcare services by the year 2030, positively contributing to the national development goals.
HOAP’s priority areas are:
Orphans and vulnerable children
HOAP is looking for volunteer proposal writers and fundraisers and for donor organizations willing to partner with us in any of the above five areas for projects in Kenya.
Point of Contact: Benjamin Kigan Mugara, Executive Director
Phone: landline ++254552030247; mobile +254723091853/+254735221199/+254771178050
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2079 50200 Bungoma, Kenya
CHIPEMBERE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (CCDO)
CCDO exists to promote interventions that build the well-being of underprivileged people through capacity development, advocacy, and impact mitigation.
CCDO seeks partners from anywhere in the world in the areas of health, agriculture, youth, education, children, and environmental conservation.
Phone: +265 882861482
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 46, Makwasa. Thyolo, Malawi
Physical Address: Along Makwasa-Thekerani, Mafunga Building, Opposite Makwasa Filling
Social Media: Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/ProsperityInEveryCommunity/
CCDO’s vision is a community free from poverty, where every individual enjoys good health, freedom, and rights. CCDO is a grassroots community organization established by concerned individuals from Thyolo district in 2005. It was registered with the Malawi government under the Trustees incorporation act of 1962 (chapter 5:03) in 2010. The organization is also registered with the NGO Board. It is a local nonprofit organization created to promote good health and sustainable social and economic development to the marginalized or under privileged; work on climate change resilience and food security; and to alleviate poverty and mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS and chronic illnesses through provision of educational, recreational, and lifelong learning opportunities for orphans, vulnerable children, and the youth.
ARIJE COOPERATIVE GROUP FARMING SOCIETY LIMITED (a.k.a. Arije Investment Industries Nigeria Limited)
Develop new ideas to create jobs and growth for Africa development
Joint partnership in which partners shall work on and co-manage projects in return for sharing profits
Point of Contact: Mr. Abdullahi Arije, President
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Arije Cooperative Group Farming Society Limited, No. 48c Shofiulahi Kamaldeen Complex, Eyenkorin, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria.
Website: http://www. konbitayiti. globalinnovationexchange.org/ organizations/arije- investment-industries-nigeria- limited
Social Media: Facebook, https://web.facebook.com/abdullahi.arije
PARTNERS IN RURAL INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION-SIERRA LEONE (PRIDO-SL)
PRIDO-SL is dedicated to improve the status of the disadvantaged rural population through value-system based, inclusive and participatory development initiatives where duty bearers will be transparent and accountable to right holders.
PRIDO-SL seeks to partner with organizations to promote women, children, youth development initiatives and empowerment activities, and poverty reduction in rural communities, through the following thematic areas:
Women and girls economic empowerment promotion
Girl child right and access to quality education
Environmental conservation and management
Food and livelihoods security
Promote civic education and democratic ideas and values
Sanitation and hygiene education
Point of Contact: Mr. Joe Musa, National Coordinator-PRIDO-SL
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 5 Loya Street, Makeni, Northern province of Sierra Leone, West Africa
Partners in Rural Integration and Development Organization-Sierra Leone (PRIDO-SL) is an Indigenous Local registered non-governmental and nonprofit organization based in the Northern Province of Sierra Leone. PRIDO-SL prime motto is capacity building and services delivery to the deprived and marginalized people of the society.
In 2010, a group of educated, dynamic, and like-minded people working in the development sector got together to established an organization to address the most urgent and pressing needs of the poorest-of-the-poor marginalized community people of Karene district (formerly Bombali), Northwest Province of Sierra Leone. True to this spirit, the organization was named Partners in Rural Integration and Development Organization-Sierra Leone (PRIDO-SL).
BILAN AWDAL ORGANIZATION
The Bilan Awdal Organization is committed to gender advancement and focuses on female development to ensure gender empowerment educationally, socially, and economically.
The organization’s objectives include:
Promoting gender development concerns in the interest of the women’s community
Upgrading the living conditions of low-income women and agro-pastoralists through income-generation and diversification activities
Providing learning opportunities for young women and adolescent girls through an informal education system
Establishing vocational training centers for women’s literacy and skilled trades
Arranging for the improvement of women’s financial situations through revolving credit facilities and similar mechanisms
Enhancing women’s roles in politics and leadership at all levels
Seeking assistance with grant writing and securing funding
Point of Contact: Hassan Nuur Ahmed, Executive Director
Phone: 00252634109859 or 002522634406043
Physical Address: Awdal and Hargeisa, Somaliland
Bilan is a non-political, nonprofit, and voluntary organization established for the interest of women’s development. The organization is registered in the Ministry of National Planning and Coordination and the state attorney general’s office.
AQUA HEALTH ORGANIZATION (AHO)
Aqua Health Organization’s (AHO’s) mission is to address and protect the community from violence; to develop water and sanitation facilities in schools, thus enabling higher enrollment; and to contribute to sustainable livelihood and health improvement by reducing maternal mortality from waterborne and preventable diseases.
AHO’s focus areas include:
Water, sanitation, and hygiene in schools
Gender-based violence (GBV)
Food security and livelihoods
AHO seeks financial contributions to maintain its programs.
AHO is a registered nonprofit organization based in South Sudan with a head office in Juba and satellite offices in all the three states of South Sudan. The organization works directly with the underserved and in the hard to reach rural regions of the country. Its programs target women, schools, children, and communities in remote areas of the region. Programmatic areas include GBV, child protection, water sanitation and hygiene, livelihoods, and other humanitarian response.
SOUTH SUDAN COMMUNITY CHANGE AGENCY (SOSUCCA)
SOSUCCA exists to build capacity and empower communities through providing health HIV/AIDS services, peace building, civic education, protection, and livelihood for sustainable development.
SOSUCCA is seeking partnerships to implement projects jointly to further our mission. We seek organizations whose work aligns with our work, which includes:
HIV/AIDS, TB prevention, care and treatment
Sexual reproductive health
Hygiene and sanitation
Malaria program (awareness and distribution of mosquito nets)
Peace Building: In this sector we do trainings on conflict resolutions and management; trauma healing and reconciliations; sports for peace, which focus mostly on youth and children; drama; and radio programs that promote peaceful co-existence.
Civic Education: Provide training on democracy and human rights, access to justice, good governance, and civic education. Topics covered include civic responsibility and protection of the environment.
Protection: Gender-based violence, early and forced marriage, and child protection.
Livelihood and Food Security. In this sector, we provide emergency assistance as well as agricultural inputs. Emergency assistance includes provision of food rations and non-food items to internally displaced persons, returnees, and communities affected by the human and natural disasters. We also provide seeds, tools, and extension services to improve local people’s access to food. SOSUCCA also implements projects that empower women and young persons. These include entrepreneurship and training in business skills, micro-finance, community-based livestock, poultry and animal health services
Capacity Building:. SOSUCCA includes local capacity in all its activities as a key strategy for local ownership and sustainability of projects.
Point of Contact: Mr. Festo Bali Christopher, Executive Director
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +211 916732186 or +211 928338350
Physical Address: SOSUCCA Head Office, Juba and Yei office at Across Compound, Yei Municipality, along old mission road and Field office in Mundri
SUPPORT BRIDGE FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES (SBSD) TANZANIA
To support social and economic empowerment for students with disabilities through research, trainings, and collaboration with the government and other stakeholders.
Partnerships between donor organizations and recipients
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +255659436265 or 0765309148
Address: P. O. Box 2821, Urafiki Flats along Morogoro Road Plot, No. 29363 Block L Room No. 09, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
SBSD works in the areas of health, education, livelihoods, and disability rights. To learn more about their work in each of these areas, please see the attached document.
TANZANIA RURAL EMPOWERMENT ORGANIZATION (TAREO)
Our mission is to bring hearts and minds together to end poverty in rural Tanzania, starting with girls and special needs groups up to the village level. Our purpose is to empower our beneficiaries, including communities and young people, with knowledge that will enable them to gain basic and advanced skills. Our approach includes raising awareness and providing training, workshops, counseling, and access to education and information technology.
We are interested in collaborating with other groups to conduct projects or pursue funding opportunities (see additional information for more details).
Potential partnerships would be collaborative, strategic alliances that involve sharing information and decision-making power and coordinating efforts. Each partner would have significant autonomy. The partnership would be for a defined scope, with no expectation of permanent organizational commitment or combined services. Other features of potential alliances could include joint programming and administrative consolidation, with could result in changes to organizational structure and oversight. Potential partnerships could also involve coming together to share a large grant or donation or to create a recipient or donor relationship.
UNITY IN DIVERSITY FOUNDATION (UDF) TANZANIA
UDF is a service delivery organization that is empowering people with diverse minds and expertise, persons with disabilities, and youth in poverty alleviation and economic development. We help young people ages 3 to 35 in different sectors including education, disability, water, entrepreneurship, environment, and agriculture.
UDF seeks to be connected with donors who can fund our projects.
Mailing Address: P.O.Box 6404, Mbeya, Tanzania, East Africa
Physical Address: Mbeya region, Mbeya city, Ilomba ward, Ituha area. Tonya street, Tanzania
FRATERNITE QUE VIVE L’ENFANT
Fraternite que Vive L'Enfant works in the areas of sanitation, environment, education, health, income-generating activities, children and orphans, the elderly, improverished women, agriculture, social and humanitarian activities, professional training, and HIV/AIDS.
Seeking funding for program areas and partnerships with other organizations
Point of Contact: K. Azanlédzi LOMH, Director
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 22890166231 ou 22897820321
Address: FRATERNITE QUE VIVE L'ENFANT, 17 BP 266, Lomé / Togo
Fraternite que Vive L'Enfant is an NGO officially recognized by the Togolese State, which issued the organization recognition of association under the N ° 853 / MID-SG-APA-PC dated June 23, 1995, a certificate of official recognition of the quality of development NGO under N ° 352 / MDAT / 2006 dated March 17, 2006. The NGO also signed a program agreement with the government in April 2012.
AFRICA FOUNDATION FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (AFCOD-Uganda)
AFCOD-Uganda’s mission is to promote freedom and sustainable development, address challenges facing humanity, and transform communities from low skilled and low income to modern-skilled communities. Program areas include:
Democracy and Governance
Justice and Rule of Law
Transparency and Accountability
Policy Research and Advocacy
AFCOD-Uganda seeks funding, donor support, and potential partners to collaborate with for the betterment of local communities.
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +256 772789171 or +256 752889171
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 5297 Kampala, Uganda, East Africa
Physical Address: Plot 2 Kadhali Road, Kirowa Zone, Northern Division, Iganga Town, Eastern Uganda.
Social Media: Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/Afcoduganda; Twitter, https://twitter.com/AfcodUg
AFCOD-Uganda was established in 2012. It is a nongovernmental, nonprofit, non-political and independent civil society organization legally registered by the government of Uganda (registration number S.5914/11762). AFOD-Uganda’s vision is to be a model organization that believes in protection of rights and societal development and change through equipping communities with modern development tools and knowledge resulting from modern research techniques. AFCOD-Uganda’s brochure is available to view and download.
ALLIANCE OF WOMEN ADVOCATING FOR CHANGE (AWAC)
To strengthen a unified, vibrant, national and sustainable sex workers’ movement calling for an enabling environment and scale up of access to health, social and economic wellbeing for female sex workers and adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) at high risk in Uganda.
The Alliance of Women Advocating for Change (AWAC) is a female sex worker-led initiative established in 2015 by champions of the sex-worker movement in Uganda. AWAC is seeking a partner organization to collaborate with to apply for funding opportunities and implement programs. AWAC's programs promote the meaningful involvement and coordination of remote and peri-urban based (e.g., slums, townships, landing sites, border and transit routes) grassroots initiatives led by female sex workers and adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) at high risk. Program initiatives work to overcome all forms of marginalization and vulnerabilities related to sexual and gender-based violence; criminalization; stigma; discrimination; poverty; and other forms of human rights violations fueled by criminalization and harmful cultural norms at individual, community, and national levels.
Phone: +256(0)392 8 81 454/+256(0)774 603 754
Mailing Address: P O Box 31762, Kampala-Uganda
Physical Address: Katwe along Entebbe Road, next to Gapco Petrol Station,
Website: http://www.awacuganda.org; Word press; https://awacuganda.wordpress.com/
Social Media: Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/awacuganda; Twitter, https://twitter.com/awacuganda
CHRIST IN TOUCH FOUNDATION
The mission of the Christ in Touch Foundation is to create an enabling environment that makes Uganda a better place for everyone through spiritual and socioeconomic transformation. We believe in building a country we all deserve.
Information and communication technologies and literacy-on-wheels project
Child sponsorship project
Early childhood development project
Adult education project
Vocational studies program
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH)
Water extension and treatment in hard to reach areas
Menstrual hygiene promotion in primary schools in slums and rural communities
Toilet and latrine construction
Sanitation and hygiene promotion
Health and nutrition
Sexual reproductive health and rights
Mechanized commercialized agriculture
Youth and women empowerment
Social protection for elderly and pro-poor household
Missions and Evangelism
Missions and evangelism
Point of Contact: Kabagambe Eric, Executive Director
Email: Christintouch@gmail.com, email@example.com
Mailing Address: P. O Box 28223 Kampala, Uganda
Social Media: Facebook, @christintouchfoundation
As a result of our work in the major focus areas of WASH, education, health and nutrition, poverty alleviation, missions, and evangelism, we have improved the lives of the most critically vulnerable persons and most importantly, given them a new purpose and meaning of life. Women, youth, and children have been empowered to tackle their challenges and attain their dreams. As a result, many are changing the world around them with a new perspective. We have increased productivity by lowering the healthcare burden for poor families, which has improved their standards of living through investment in small-scale businesses through the money that would have been used for healthcare bills. We have also formed village loan savings associations with the aim of accumulating assets since the majority are living below the poverty line due to chronic poverty. The foundation has reduced the high dependency rate of our youth, which has been largely caused as a result of unemployment due to lack of skills. Through its work, the foundation has equipped youth with marketable skills through its vocational program, and many youth have become entrepreneurs. In our HIV program, we are nearing the realization of zero cases of new HIV infection, zero discrimination, and zero related HIV/AIDS mortality. We have also mobilized and identified fistula patients and restored dignity because we believe that no life should be lost while giving a life. We have increased the demand and uptake of sexual reproductive health services and rights through the formation of safe spaces for both women and youth.
COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR GENDER DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (COFGEDI)
To establish an independent, poverty-free community that supports the development and independence of its members.
COFGEDI’s vision is a society where women, widows, orphans and other vulnerable children, youths, and people living with HIV/AIDS are healthy and self-reliant.
The organization is seeking partnerships in the area of resource mobilization to help it identify donors and find funding to support its programs.
Youth livelihood support
Phone: +256781430537 or +256782645976
Physical Address: Butangasi Trading Centre, Butangasi Prish, Buhehe Sub-county, Busia City in Busia District.
COFGEDI services include psychosocial support counseling to orphans and other vulnerable children; youth livelihood support; community empowerment, especially youths and women; sensitization of youths and women to begin income-generating activities; and sensitization of youths and the community to join VSLAs.
INTEGRATED FAMILY CARE SUPPORT UGANDA (IFACASU)
To improve the people’s livelihoods through participatory integrated interventions.
IFACASU is interested in identifying partners to meet fundraising needs.
Email: Mutagubya Godfrey, Executive Directo at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +256 712297479 or +256 702184516
Mailing Address: P.O. BOX 908 Mukono
Physical Address: Room 25, 2nd Floor Mukono Commercial Building, Next to Satellite Beach, Central Division, Mukono District
Integrated Family Care Support Uganda (IFACASU) is a local NGO initiated in 2002 as a Village Self Help Group (VSHG). In 2003, it registered as a Community Based Organization (CBO) with the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Community Development under Reg.No.MG/2003/14/005. In 2006, it registered as a an NGO with Ministry of Internal Affairs Kampala under Reg. No. 5830. In 2009, it incorporated as a Company Limited by Guarantee Non Profit making with the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Kampala, under Reg. No. 110634.
IFACASU works in the following areas:
Education supporting OVCs, youth, women, human rights
Water, hygiene and sanitation
Agricultural development and poverty alleviation
Social economic empowerment for youth in and out of school, adolescents, women, PWDS, PLHAs, KPs/PPs, minorities, and vulnerable and other marginalized groups of people in hard to reach and underserved areas in Uganda
To learn more about IFACASU work and history, please see the attached document.
To improve the quality of the life of vulnerable/disadvantaged people by enabling them, their families, and communities to meet their basic needs and to increase their ability to participate in and benefit from their societies.
We are looking for partners that can apply for funding on our behalf and source the same (funds) to our organization in Uganda. At the same time, they should be able to fine-tune our project proposals to make them fundable. We should be able to implement the projects in partnership, etc. We are focusing on water and sanitation, rural development, youth and women empowerment, girls' education, income-generating activities, environment, poverty eradication, and infrastructure development, etc.
SAVE COMMUNITY CARE FOUNDATION
Save Community Care Foundation (SCCF) is an indigenous non-governmental organization focused on children, young mothers, and youth. SCCF’s mission is to promote innovative solutions in the areas of community self-help, youth skills programs, educational opportunities and scholarships, HIV/AIDS, TB, child health, clean water and sanitation, human rights, food security, gender, sexual and reproductive rights, maternal health, gender-based violence, environmental protection, women’s empowerment, family economic empowerment, institutional capacity building training, and institutional strengthening and development.
We are looking for volunteer grant writers, fundraising volunteers, board members, an executive director, members/friends, well-wishers, coordinators, and foreign representatives to join our organization.
Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Physical Address: Industrial Area, Lumbuye ward, Kaliro Town Council, Kaliro district, Busoga sub-region in Eastern Uganda
Social Media: Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/www.savecomcarefdn.org/; Twitter, https://twitter.com/KiiryaGodfrey
SCCF was created on 28th August, 2015. Charitable number S.5914/11824, Registration number 11516
SCCF aims to improve rural community livelihoods through development-oriented programs attained by strengthening referrals, networking, collaboration, and coordination with district- and community-level stakeholders. SCCF’s activities include WASH, family economic employment, support for children and orphans, education, primary healthcare, sexual and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, TB, income-generating activities, youth skills programming, vocational training, sustainable energy solutions, human rights, food security, gender equality, and advocacy for young mothers.
UGANDA VOLUNTEERS FOUNDATION (UVF)
Uganda Volunteers Foundation’s (UVF’s) main aim is to help change the lives of vulnerable communities in Uganda through volunteerism and empowerment.
UVF was founded as a result of the increasing plight of marginalized people who could not afford basic needs like shelter, food, clean water, and education. Our vision is to empower vulnerable marginalized communities of Uganda through volunteerism, education, and empowerment.
Our major strategies and activities are centered around the following imperatives:
Empowering communities through volunteerism, education, and sustainable life skills;
Encouraging communities to engage in development programs; and
Advocating for improved social services to disadvantaged communities, which could involve construction of wells and latrines and improved access to primary health services.
UVF would like to:
Connect with representatives of children’s education organizations. UVF has 500 children wishing to attend school full time, but because of limited funds, we can’t send them all to school. With funding, UVF can build a school and tertiary institute and educate all these children and fight poverty. In the past we have been able to educate only 50 children.
Meet focal persons in women’s empowerment organizations who can help UVF find funding for women programs. UVF has thousands of women in need of our programs, but due to limited resources, we can only help 150. If given funding we will be able to support and empower more women.
Partner with international volunteer organizations to supply of volunteers to help in our programs. The UVF team is really small. We have had volunteers from the UK, Ireland, Australia and Canada. The same volunteers have been the ones fundraising for our projects with the little they sent we did what we could. Our organization has been depending on volunteer small funding
Identify team leaders for trainings and workshops, including providing women with practical and sustainable skills.
Phone: +256752711564 or +256773711564
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 955 Ssisa Namuzi zone, Kajjansi town council
Social Media: Facebook https://web.facebook.com/ugandavolunteersfoundation, Twitter https://twitter.com/@ugandavoluntee6, LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/uganda-volunteersfoundation, YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgvdHIcBn2fBJQ34JIQ17Jw
UVF was founded as a result of a growing demand from mostly marginalized women and children whose rights were being violated and who were facing an increase in poverty rates. UVF provides assistance through education, empowerment, and healthcare provision. By 2018, UVF had improved the livelihood of 500 homesteads. Through UVF’s services, 300 children have had their basic needs met and received educational instruction at the UVF School.
Some of UVF’s projects include educating 300 children; and distributing donated food, clothing, shoes, and medicine to needy families. We have assisted women in establishing small businesses to raise them from poverty and enable them to provide for their families’ basic needs, including education for their children. UVF as helped women gain skills to generate a sustainable income such as learning how to craft baskets, bags, and paper-beads. UVF has also found housing for two homeless women and their children, put up water tanks to help communities access free water, and built a dormitory at Entebbe road primary school to provide children with a place to sleep.
NEW HOPE WAVES
The mission of New Hope Waves is to empower children, young people, and their extended families with the skills, knowledge, and opportunities to improve their living conditions for a hopeful future and to protect their environment.
New Hope Waves is looking for partners, organizations, individuals, and corporations as well as local and international volunteers who are passionate to empower vulnerable children, young people, and their extended families. Specific needs include:
Fundraise/donate to our Education and Skills Development Centre, which needs $20,000 to purchase the property before the end of February 2019. New Hope Waves plans to renovate and turn the property into a centre of education and skills to provide free education and skills to impoverished communities in Livingstone and Kazungula.
International and local volunteers to teach, train, and mentor the children and young people in the school and skills development centre
Grants and partnerships for the following in other projects
Sports and recreation
Information communication and technology for development
Care and support for the elderly
Social Enterprises (microfinance and credits)
School feeding programs
Health care program
Gender and women support programs
HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other disease prevention, care, and support programs
Contact Person: Auldridge Chibbwalu, President and Founder, New Hope Waves, Plot No. 334/2071, 5th Street, M.A., Maramba, Livingstone, Zambia
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Skype Name: auldridge.chibbwalu1
Mailing Address: P.O.Box M35, Livingstone, Zambia
New Hope Waves is a local, small, and young NGO. The organization registered in 2015 and is based in Livingstone, Zambia and is working to empower vulnerable communities (children, young people, and their extended families) in Livingstone and now Kazungula, both in the urban and rural areas, through education, health, agriculture, sports, hands-on skills development, and arts and creative activities projects and programs.
PURITY CARE INVESTMENT (nonprofit organization)
Our organization's mission is to serve the neglected people in the community and in rural areas, including the disabled, the elderly, and at-risk children. We promote access to agriculture, water, and sanitation to those who cannot afford it. We support the rights of all people. Our beneficiaries include people living with HIV/AIDS, malaria, and TB.
We are looking for donors or funding organizations that can come on board to fund our organization or be a partner with our organization. You can assist us in any way you feel like helping us.
Physical Address: We operate in Lufwanyama District, Copperbelt Province, Zambia
WELFARE CONCERN INTERNATIONAL (WCI)
The mission of Welfare Concern International is to improve the welfare of our community members. We exist to provide empowerment in education and literacy, women’s empowerment, and youth skills .We only support people living in extreme poverty and encourage sustainable projects, not handouts. WCI believes that educating children and empowering women and young people will help alleviate poverty in Zambia.
We seek partners to come on board to support our work financially and/or materially.
Contact: Moses K Chibanda, Director
Phone: +260 978 937 905
Examples of our activities and programs include:
Education: Our activities are focused on providing school fees, books, uniforms and other school supplies to children living in extreme poverty to help them access basic education. We have recently embarked on a literacy campaign called “Literacy for Better Zambia” to reach all children in Livingstone who cannot read and write. We hope to reach 15, 000 children and women by 2030. The organization has established a local library to provide children with books to improve their reading and writing skills. We have partnered with the US-based organization A to Z Literacy Movement, which is sending us books. We intend to open more community libraries if resources allow.
Women: WCI works with the households of poor women by empowering them through training in income-generation activities so as to promote financial independence as members of the community. After their training, seed funds are given in form of loans to women groups.
Skills Development: We also run a skills training center where we teach skills such as carpentry, tailoring, agriculture, IT, bricklaying, and so forth .This is done to help the young people become self-sustaining members of their communities.
EDEN GARDEN FOR DESTITUTE
Seon Ashram is a residential and rehabilitative centre for the mentally challenged, mentally ill, physically handicapped, aged, orphan school-going children, and infants.
Eden Garden for Destitute is seeking a financial partner to support their programs. For information on their programs and funding needs, please see the documents linked below under "additional information."
Phone: +91 8197780884 or +91 9740181028 (Office)
Mailing Address: Gandibagilu Post – 574 228, Belthangady, Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka State, India
Physical Address: The Ashram is situated in a rural place called Gandibagilu in BelthangadyTaluk of Dakshina Kannada District in Karnataka State. It is around 90 Kilometers to the East of Mangalore, the district headquarters– reachable via Chickmangalore Road.
Eden Garden for Destitute has provided three documents about their programs, which you can review online or download. The documents are: Goals and Objectives, Project Proposal, and Review Report (2012 - 2017).
JIGGERHOLICK FISHING COMMUNITY (JH Fishing)
To develop community potential by doing integrated rural and coastal community development and by creating opportunities to empower rural and coastal people to transform their community into a productive community.
Supporting partners include:
1. Ministry on Marine Affairs of Republic Indonesia
2. Indonesian Police Force
3. Satellite provider XL Axiata
4. National TV network – TRANS7
5. Local government network
6. Local and national community network
We are seeking funding for several initiatives, including empowering coastal fisherman to make a better living through a program of 4–5 years in length that will:
Provide tools and equipment for poor fisherman (60 units: small jukung fiber boats, engine, fishing net, fishing gear)
Educate fisherman in the use of technology like GPS, marine maps, and marine applications to increase the quantity of catch and raise their income
Transform the coastal women’s community by helping housewives to secure side jobs to increase the household income
An additional program would include providing grants for poor children to continue their education. The funding source for this program has not yet been identified (project plan available). According to official government publication, there’s approximately 10.000 fisherman in West Bali. We are hoping this project will provide jobs for at least 200 to 300 head of family (fisherman), with up to 1.000 person directly benefiting from the project.
Legal Entity Notary: I Putu Julia Putra. SH., M.KN. No 08 date 24 October 2016 - Bali Ministry of Law Republic Indonesia. No AHU-0079818.AH.01.07 on 01 December 2016 – Jakarta (nonprofit organization)
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