This is the list of grants we awarded in January and February 2014.  11 grants, supporting education for children and training for adults across 6 countries, with a total value of £160,061

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Grants Awarded in january and February 2014 – 11 grants with a total value of £160,061:    


To contribute to the costs of the Young People Skills Project which will provide vocational training to 320 former street children and 180 teenage mothers in Mumias District, Kenya

£16,000 over 2 years

Children’s Future International

To support CFI’s Learning Centre in Cambodia – providing education and associated support to 230 orphaned and vulnerable children and young people aged 5 to 19

£20,000 over 2 years 

Ealing Green Church - with and on behalf of The Rehema Project

To contribute to the cost of school fees for 101 disadvantaged children attending The Rehema Project in Kisumu, Kenya.

£12,000 over 2 years 

Forever Angels Baby Home

To enable 50 disadvantaged families in Mwanza, Tanzania each to establish a self-sustaining business.

£10,000 over 2 years 

Magoola Primary School

To construct 2 latrine blocks for girl pupils at the Magoola Primary School, Bugiri District, Uganda, to benefit 854 children

£9,389 – one-off grant 

Microloan Foundation Zambia

To increase household incomes of 480 economically marginalised women in rural Zambia by providing detailed financial and business skills training to them

£16,388 over 2 years 

Mustard Seed Project Kenya

To construct 3 toilets to benefit disadvantaged children attending a school in Bombolulu, Mombasa, Kenya

£12,384 one-off grant 

Rural Organization for Social Education and Development – ROSED

To establish 10 education centres to provide science, technical, engineering and mathematics education to 700 disadvantaged children in Trichirappalli, India

£8,500 over 2 years 

Tools for Self Reliance

To build the livelihoods of 80 disadvantaged people in Ndola, Zambia by providing tailoring training and business support to them

£18,000 over 2 years 

UMECS: The Center for Peace, Education and Development

To contribute to the costs of the Northern Uganda Education Programme to provide education and educational support to 111 war-affected children and young people aged 13-23

£15,000 over 2 years 

In addition, in January 2014 a grant was awarded to an organisation with which the Marr-Munning Trust has a special relationship:

Marr Munning Ashram

To support the running costs of the Marr Munning Ashram’s Hostel Project for educating tribal children of Koraput District in Odisha, India


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