This is the list of grants we awarded in the year 2018/19.  

So far we have awarded 4 grants  supporting education and livelihoods projects with a total value of £128,508.

 

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Grants Awarded in 2018/19  

The Glacier Trust 

Mandan Deupur AgroForestry Resource Centre (M-D AFRC) Enhancing the resilience of three vulnerable communities to climate change risks through promotion of more sustainable and profitable livelihoods

£55,658 over three years

www.theglaciertrust.org

Green Shoots Foundation 

Agri-Tech Centre for Rural Development:

Setting up and running a vocational training centre aiming to improve skills and techniques for horticulture and rural development in Northern Cambodia.

£14,000 over three years. 

www.greenshootsfoundation.org

 

Fundi Bots  

Accelerating Learning Outcomes for Science Students In Uganda:

This project will support the opening up of two regional centres in Northern and Western Uganda; training 225 science teachers from 50 schools to use enhanced science teaching aids; establishing technical and soft-skills training for youth and; scale a parallel Fundi Girls program focused on equitable access to education and career development for 750 girls. This will directly improve and accelerate learning outcomes in sciences for 5,700 students across Uganda and, indirectly, we will provide better learning tools for 22,500 students.

£28,850 over one year. 

www.Fundibots.org

 

Xavier Project   

Catalysing Refugee Income Growth and Integration through an Innovative Farming Social Enterprise in Refugee Settlements:

Funding to support a farming social enterprise model that supports refugees in protracted situations, through access to skills and networks, and improvement in market conditions. The Farming Enterprise aims to train thousands of refugee small-holder farmers in Rwamwanja Settlement in Uganda, while improving market structures in the area for refugees to become self-reliant and able to contribute to the local economy. This model will scale to other camp and settlement settings in East Africa.

£30,000 over one year. 

www.xavierproject.org

 

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