MDG7: Ensure Environmental Sustainability

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SUPPORT THROUGH INNOVATIVE THINKING AND WRITING FROM A CANADIAN NURSE:

Imagine if your writing skills coupled with marketing techniques would help serve and save a life by giving to marginalized people any where around the world, especially at the extreme ends. To many, it seems almost difficult to impossible! But Nydia Khargie's experience to raise funds for LUYODEFO's pad project reveals that it is possible, practical and achievable.

One World Champion for LUYODEFO

Status: Needs urgent help
Step: 
1

LUYODEFO is seeking partnership with One World Children's Fund, and since we are not a501c3 in the US, we need to have someone living in the US who would qualify to be a champion for your organization.

We are looking for people living in the US who can become our champions. One Wolrd Champions are people in the US who volunteer to raise money and awareness about partners of One World Children's Fund. For more information and the process, visit the One World Children's Fund website http://oneworldchildrensfund.org/champions/champion-model

HOW TO APPLY:

Volunteers required

Status: Needs urgent help
Time needed: 
Two weeks or more
Step: 
1

The volunteer can help any or all of the following thematic area activities:-

(1). Educational Development program:
• Help with teaching and assist teachers during their lessons at primary and secondary schools we work with.
• Planning mobile libraries for village children/ schools, setting-up reading clubs and organizing reading competitions.
• Setup a program to offer after school classes, early childhood development (ECD) alongside adult literacy; this will also involve meeting with teachers and parents and home visits to ensure joint responsibility of children’s education.

Kinship Conservation Fellows Call for Applications

Applications Open for 2013 Cohort of Kinship Conservation Fellows

Program to run June 29 – July 26; applications close January 26, 2013.

Chicago, Illinois, November 1, 2012: Kinship Foundation has opened applications for its 2013 cohort of Kinship Conservation Fellows. Eighteen applicants will be selected as Fellows, awarded a $6,000 stipend and lodging for the month-long program, and gain membership into a global community of inspired leaders.

Please Like and Share our Facebook Page

Status: Just started

We invite you to join and like this page http://www.facebook.com/SolarHomeLightingProjectGayaza?ref=hl and help change lives in rural households. Tell a friend too and be part of the generous support.

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BREAK THE SILENT ISSUE OF MENSTRUATION: Use your talent to be part of the cause

Status: Needs urgent help
Time needed: 
Two weeks or more
Step: 
1

We are inviting talented artist to create pro bono information, education and communication (IEC) materials and also wishing to raise for $2,500 by 1st September,2012 to buy over 600 afripad menstrual kits to be distributed during the CLOTH PADS, SHARE THE BENEFIT”campaign to be launched 30th April, 2012. The aim is to reduce the stigma associated with menstruation through raise awareness, health education including counseling as well as distribute reusable pads.

You can be part of this campaign in any way you can afford ranging from:-

THE FIRST PHASE OF THE SECONDARY SCHOOL BUILDING PROJECT WILL BE COMPLETED SOON!

The first phase of the secondary school building will be done about in three weeks!

SLINT-Uganda Launches the Butikiro-Kiyuni Solar Home Project

On 8 June 2011 SLINT-Uganda in partnership with Operation Groundswell (OG) launched the Butikiro-Kiyuni Solar Home Lighting Project. The project aims at equipping at least 500 homes with solar-powered LED lighting technology as part of its mission to empowering people to secure an improved quality of life while protecting the environment (http://www.slint.org/solarhomeproject.html ).

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