All posts tagged with: NGO

An Opportunity to excel

Publié 2 avril 2014 no picture Pontso SA

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Age category winners - a scholarship with $25, 000 for each winners education costs along with many other prices

Lien: http://www.fundsforngos.org/cambodia/students-1318...

Dear VOY The minute I saw this I thought of you young people as an opportunity to showcase your abilities and be rewarded, it is open for all young people around the world so please grab it and shine. Best of luck.


YOUTH Innovation: Cheap, green solar bottles light up Kenyan slum

Publié 21 février 2014 no picture Cadmus Atake-E

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When I came across this article I was so glad that youth are actually taking it upon themselves to provide a sustainable and renewable energy source in Kenya. NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – It’s a hot afternoon in Nairobi’s Kibera slum, but 32-year-old Michael Matare is comfortable in his tiny room. The house is brightly lit by two plastic water bottles jutting out of the ceiling. Between them hangs a 100-watt bulb, but it isn’t needed. "Since I got these sola...


NGOs In India- Touching lives everywhere

Publié 17 février 2014 no picture Madhuvanti_GEMConnect_Chennai_India

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Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) are those organisations that are neither part of the government nor for-profit businesses. They can be classified into different types. Each NGO orientation depends on the type of activity they wish to undertake such as human rights, environment, education, etc. NGOs can be local, regional or national. · Vazhai, a local NGO in Tamil Nadu, strives to provide equal educational opportunities to rural children. Workshops are conducted with c...


COMMUNITY GRAIN BANKING - Changing the lives of farmers

Publié 13 février 2014 no picture Bharath_GEMConnect_Chennai_India

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It is a well-known fact that food is the most basic necessity for survival. Then, come the other needs. So, ensuring food security for all the people in the world is the need of the hour. Now, let us look at a case study from the Kashipur District of Orissa, India where establishment of community grain banks by an NGO has changed the lives of the farmers living there. Initially, the people living in that area were heavily dependent on the borrowings from the moneylenders for buyi...