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We are appelling development agencies, local authorities, individuals to evaluate and take sustainable development Solution / Resolution Actions on the Development Aid Support Requests we are collecting


Below you will find a list of aid agencies, which provide regional and international development aid or assistance, divided between national (mainly OECD countries) and international organizations

Multi National or International


Below you can find the information/Aid Support requests we have collected so far…


We are collecting information on current development situations on the ground. Consequently, we are writing reports and doing researches on local development issues and challenges available online to development organizations and responsible local and national bodies in order to improve targeted development interventions. To let the wider audience know as voluneteer reporter or observer of the current developmental needs and best practices at your community , please fill out this form here.It will automatically available on the requests page below within the 15 minutes. For a quick search, please use the seachbox (e.g. 2019).

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12/3/2014 14:40:30MrGalfato Gabiso GadaHawassa UniversityEthiopiaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentFarra kebele, Tabor sub city, Hawassa city AdiminstrationFarmers loose their product value because of low value chain functioning. more problem related with crop sells in their field because of they are lack of clothes and refund borrowed money. to that giving credit service during harvesting and collecting grain at harvesting to sell after good price for it may change life and food security problem of small scale farmers of Technology villages of Hawassa University. galfatogabiso@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationno any related to this pointLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsGoal EthiopiaDistrict Agriculture OfficeMinja HayessoTefera DerbewYeshttp://www.hu.edu.et
12/5/2014 10:01:55Mrmbegera jezreel KenyaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentTala Kangundo-Machakos Food insecurity in Tala Kangundo-Machakos County in Kenya and adjacent areas due to lack of sufficient trainings to farmer groups,poor quality of seeds,Inadequate rainfall coupled with Poor farming techniques and inadequate quality and quantity of arable land leading to low production of food to sustain the community
galfatogabiso@gmail.comNo100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of Guidancenot specified local governmentNO
12/9/2014 20:02:29MrJohn Waweru GakungaInterwaste R&D (EA) TrustKenyaEducationNairobiInterwaste R&D (EA) Trust programme projects will promte waste resources recovery education in universities in great lakes region; facilitate rural/ urban water, sanitation, and hygiene initiative in the region; climate change issues, solutions and campaigns in the region;infrastrusture/ facilities in the region including real estate; waste to energy for sustainable developments in cities in the region.Also facilitating research and developments activities in the areas listed above. Thank you.

Best regards

John Waweru Gakunga
Founder and Managing Trustee
Interwaste R&D(EA) Trust
P:+254 (0) 720549340
E:jwgakunga@gmail.com
Website:www.interwaste-ea.co.ke
galfatogabiso@gmail.comNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationNo supporting evidence like feasibility study etcLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsNoneInterwaste/UNEP Africa OfficeInterwaste/UNEP Africa OfficeInterwaste has a backing of Kenya Investment Authority, National Environment Management Authority and National Land CommissionNOhttp://www.interwaste-ea,co,ke
12/12/2014 9:51:06MrPaul GBALENEASSIDCameroonAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentDjomedjoh, LomiéPoor population in an remote area without access to water and basic sanitation infrastructures.
Difficut to access modern market, non transformation of forest and agriculture products.
No effective value chain developped despite abundant natural resources.
Indigenous people (pygmies) not involved in development activities and suffering of hunger and poverty.
galfatogabiso@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsLomié municipalityValère AkpakouaLeopold Sedar ZamgbowaPaul GbalèneNO
12/20/2014 10:08:31MrDesmond Lee NkosinathiSwaziland Association for Crime Prevention and the Rehabilitation of Offenders (SACRO)SwazilandSocial DevelopmentVillage, TownNewly release ex offenders find themselves with no option but to return to prisons due to lack of facilities to help them reintegrate back into their communities as useful citizens. SACRO has 40 workshops for leasing out to rehabilitated offenders mainly women and youth. We need equipment they can use that will ensure they put into practise that which they learnt during incarceration. We also realize that the officials doing the rehabilitation need trauma therapy but none is availed in the country hence this results in domestic violence. There is also the issue of orphans who have ended up in the streets which we try and reconcile with their families after they have suffered abuse either from step parents or relatives of a parent(s) who may have died due to the scourge of Aids which hit the country in a big way. We also need funding to advocate for a fairer criminal justice system in line with the UN Minimum Rules in line with international obligations which the country committed to. galfatogabiso@gmail.comNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationhttp://www.sacro-sd.comLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsSwaziland Government
UNICEF
Desmond Maphanga - Director SACRORegional Administrators Prince GcokomaCommissioner General His Majesty's Correctional Services and the Deputy Prime Ministers OfficeYeshttp://www.sacro-sd.com
12/21/2014 9:25:27MissJudith NalumansiMukono Lifecare Development CoalitionUgandaLabor & Social ProtectionMukonoFounded in 2012 as a non-governmental organization, Mukono Lifecare Development Coalition (MLDC) involved in networking, collaborating and implementing capacity building programs with various organizations, local and national authorities, local and central governments in Uganda at the grassroots.

MLDC is an umbrella of over 70 CBOs, NGOs and farmers' co-operatives now in Mukono District, going national next year. For the past two weeks, MLDC team has been reaching communities through CBOs and NGOs to monitor and evaluate their activities, considering the transparency and accountability process, where the central and local governments have been supporting to ensure proper service delivery at the grassroots levels. The findings will be compiled starting 22/12/2014, and reports are to be submitted to all concerned bodies including the governments.

This is a voluntary services initiated by the Director MLDC, to find out how these community based organizations and co-operatives in villages have been performing, since they were registered, what support they have received or not, and why not?, where the support is needed. This has been done through cross-exchange of ideas, knowledge and resources, questionnaires and interviews to their leaders, local leaders and community members. Exercise is ended 21/12/2014. Findings are that, these groups/community development organizations are their but some not functional, some operational but financially incapacitated, not because the government does support their ideas but due to corrupt leadership at national and local levels the services don't reach them. Some yes, since their founding, they haven't received any support be it material or financial, however though resources are limited. Full report will be generated by MLDC team later .....
galfatogabiso@gmail.comNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of ActionSelf-help project initiated by Mukono Lifecare Development Coalition volunteers team.

Community Development Officers, Mukono District, Local CouncilsChief Administrative Officer, Government Inspection Security Officers, RDCCentral Government, Policy makers and practitionersYes
12/23/2014 12:07:46MrRUKUNDO DieudonnéAssociation pour lutter contre les violences domestiques ALUVD en sigleBurundiUrban DevelopmentNGOZIL’étude est basée sur l’analyse de données existantes
et sur une série d’entretiens réalisés avec toutes les partiesprenantes, y compris les communautés locales
et les institutions, la société civile, le secteur privé, les
partenaires au développement, les universitaires, etc.
Cette consultation se conclue généralement par une
convention collective sur un certain nombre de priorités
identifiées et leur intégration dans le renforcement
des capacités proposées, ainsi que sur d’autres projets
qui ambitionnent tous de réduire la pauvreté urbaine.

Plus de 80% de la population burundaise vivent en milieu rural ou leurs maisons sont couvert de pailles. Elle est dispersée dans le milieu de colline. Mon objectif est l'installer dans les villages pour faciliter l'identification des problèmes qui se manifestent dans les ménages comme l'activité principale de notre organisation ALUVD en sigle
galfatogabiso@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsUNhabitatNIYONZIMA EgideYes
12/23/2014 12:17:57MrHerman Kizito Africa Intercultural Development Support TrustUgandaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentMukonoAfter having received training in India on Agriculture / Agribusiness and Sustainability on Eradicating Poverty in Rural Areas; we want to train as well as carryout community capacity building for young people aged 18 - 35 years to like agriculture and take it as a sustainable way of creating income and living.

AIDEST is requesting for Aid to support her establish a technical training centre to help young people become self-sustaining. We are currently running a life-skills training centre for the youth, targeting the unemployed, less skilled, school dropouts, orphans and ongoing students.

Africa Intercultural Development Support Trust (AIDEST) is a youth-led organization with a mission to give underprivileged Ugandan youth a chance for a better future by providing practical training and consecutive career guidance and improve their livelihoods. Youth cover nearly 71% of whom are unemployed due to lack of practical skills to become self-reliant. So AIDEST will continue covering this gap by empowering them with skills that they can reduce poverty among themselves in their home areas.
galfatogabiso@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/AIDEST/479416342129137?ref=hlLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsOne time grant from onepercentclub in the Netherlands in conjunction with Accenture and Elsevier.

Small grant expected from the Government of Uganda around January ending, to boost our activities.

Local CouncilsCommunity Development OfficerNGO Forum, Government, StakeholdersYeshttp://www.aidest.org
12/23/2014 16:45:11MrPATRICE OWUOR ADIKAOrphans home of graceKENYAEducationMilimani estates,kakamega townWe have been in existence as a charity home for orphans and vulnerable children since 1999.We started with 7 fatherless children of whom three girls have completed their education from primary,secondary to colleges and two working at the moment while one is graduating january 2015.Two boys are in universities while one is in college.The other boy passed away.In total we have 33 orphans at the moment.We rely upon willing individuals to assist with food,education grants and clothing.
We own a property but being faced with big challenges of continue support to enable the continuation of supporting the orphans.
galfatogabiso@gmail.comYes<100Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationcan send photos on request after reading our reportInsufficient mobilization of fundsAsian communities in Kakamega,few individuals in AustraliachiefCOUNTY CHILDREN DEPARTMENTC.C.I NairobiYesN/A
12/25/2014 13:57:26MrModibbo Amadou AboubakaryLEAD CameroonCameroonEnvironmentYaoundeReforetation project in the North of Cameroon.
LEAD Cameroon is an association morphing to NGO with the main objective to emerge a new breed of leaders versed with the stakes of environment and sustainable development.LEAD Cameroon helps implement the agenda of LEAD International,an NGO based in London and doing with sustaible development issues.
In a nutshell,our main activity is to recruit early and mid-career professionals from Government,Private sector and Civil Society organizations and train them in leadership skills and sustainable development topics that will help them to drive change in their communities.
galfatogabiso@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsMinistry of Forestry and WildlifeMinister of Forestry and WildlifeYes
12/25/2014 14:05:55MrModibbo Amadou AboubakaryLEAD CameroonCameroonEnvironmentYaoundeLEAD Cameroon is an association morphing to NGO with the main objective to emerge a new breed of leaders versed with the stakes of environment and sustainable development.LEAD Cameroon helps implement the agenda of LEAD International,an NGO based in London and doing with sustainable development issues.
In a nutshell,our main activity is to recruit early and mid-career professionals from Government,Private sector and Civil Society organizations and train them in leadership skills and sustainable development topics that will help them to drive change in their communities.
galfatogabiso@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsInternational OrganizationsRepresentatives of the International organizationsYes
12/27/2014 8:03:41MrPatrice Owuororphans home of graceKenyaEducationMilimani estates,kakamega This is orphans home of Grace,we are a charitable organization supporting orphans.Since 1999 we have managed to support needy orphans,two out of six have completed their training and atleast have been contracted and earning a leaving out their work.Four are in universities and colleges.We have 33 children in our facility who need help to continue with education.They too need clothes and medical support.Most of all the children have lost their parents and therefore the only place they know as home and safe is here at the center.We really want to have away of sustaining the organization to enable many fatherless and vulnerable children gain.If any donor can be found to help the organization run projects like poultry,dairy and general farming then we can achieve a lot.We also intend to start a computer,tailoring and carpentry center to help advance our children knowledge.galfatogabiso@gmail.comYes<100Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationwe can send photosInsufficient mobilization of fundsasian community and and australian friends.Chief of the locationChildren department county levelc.c.i NairobiYeselite-ovc.blogspot.com/.../kakamega-county-orphan-and-vulnerable.html
12/29/2014 9:11:00Mrfotis zygoulisMunicipality of neo iraklio attikis greeceGreeceEducationIRAKLIO ATTIKISCooperation with the Life-long Learning structure in the municipality's limits concerning the education of the immigrantsfotiszygoulis@gmail.comNo<100Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of GuidanceThere is a legal agreement between the Local Government and the National Ministry of Education regarding the education for immigrants. Municipality of Iraklio Attikis GreeceGreeceYeshttp://www.iraklio.gr
12/29/2014 12:19:23MrJoel MwenyaFemale Youth Peace Initiative DriveZambiaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentChingolaRural Agricultural Development At Kawama Village, Yam Cultivation and Processing Technology Development, Fish Farming Development and Conservation, Poultry Farming Development, Livestock Farming Rehabilitation, Dairy Production and ProcessingTechnology Development, Cassava Cultivation and Processing Technology Development, Plantain Cultivation and Processing Technology Developmentjoelmwenya11@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcHkN9f85v9Di_Tiaf34VsALittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsFarmers Support Initiative, a UK charity working in Africa and Asia to promote farming

http://www.farmerssupportinitiative.org.uk/
Kawama CoperativeDepartment of AgricultureMinistry of Agriculture & Water DevelopmengYeshttp://www.fypid.org/
1/6/2015 12:00:56MissPamela AgundaPopulation Services KenyaKenyaHealthKakamegaIn Kakamega County, in Western Kenya about half of the female Population cant access health care, due to price of medicine and level of Education in health seeking behavior. Most mothers cant access hospital , retracted by a lot of poor cultural practices that require a lot of IPC to change the attitude and behavior, PSI does a lot of work in health, in collaboration with the Kenyan public health, but funds are really inadequate to reach all mothers in the entire area.pagunda@pskenya.orgYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationHealth Records from MOHInsufficient mobilization of fundsUsaid and UKAIDThe County Health Director Subcounth health Officer County Health SecretaryYesMOH records through AMREF work on child health
1/6/2015 16:23:39MrJean-Marie NibiziSHINEBurundiEnergyBujumburaWe transform problems into economic opportunities that is why we started IZUBA Production and supertech: Three in One Social Community Entrepreneurial Businesses to solve the problems of CO2 emissions from kerosene lamps, candles and motors, poverty, lack of social infractures (schools, health centres, ..). We train, establish solidarity groups and empower them with solar lamps, supertech devices and moringa seedlings. They use the products, sell them and train others into their respective communities to do the same. We also help them export moringa seeds to Rwanda. IZUBA Production and supertech helps them to grow their network, get extra income, good health, improve their children school performance, night safet, while enabling them to contribute for constructing new schools, health centres and plant more trees.nibizijeanmarie@yahoo.frYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationPhotosInsufficient mobilization of fundsPhD Gifondorwa Daniel

Villageboom

SOLARIS
Niragira MelanceNijimbere JeanneNibizi Jean-MarieYes
1/6/2015 16:25:42MrJean-Marie NibiziSHINEBurundiEnergyBujumburaWe transform problems into economic opportunities that is why we started IZUBA Production and supertech: Three in One Social Community Entrepreneurial Businesses to solve the problems of CO2 emissions from kerosene lamps, candles and motors, poverty, lack of social infractures (schools, health centres, ..). We train, establish solidarity groups and empower them with solar lamps, supertech devices and moringa seedlings. They use the products, sell them and train others into their respective communities to do the same. We also help them export moringa seeds to Rwanda. IZUBA Production and supertech helps them to grow their network, get extra income, good health, improve their children school performance, night safet, while enabling them to contribute for constructing new schools, health centres and plant more trees.nibizijeanmarie@yahoo.frYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationPhotosInsufficient mobilization of fundsPhD Gifondorwa Daniel

Villageboom

SOLARIS
Niragira MelanceNijimbere JeanneNibizi Jean-MarieYes
1/13/2015 20:38:39MrsFlorence N Ndukuyuwomen without borders KenyaKenyaPovertyBungoma County kenya56% of the the total population in Kenya stay below the poverty line either feed once or nil in a day.Many of them stay in the rural villages whereby most NGOs do not reach them.
-the Government have laid own wonderful strategies but still the gap between the rich and poor widens.The marginalized will never be reached.In Bungoma you cant pass three homes without finding children loitering ,they never go to school neither have food.The baseline done by women without borders kenya says.
womenwithoutborderskenya@yahoo.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsA.E.D speak for the Child project and left.,Afyia plus through the Ministry of health but cant reach allGovernment departmentsSubcountiesCounty governmentYeshttp://www.povertyactionlab.org/evaluation/incentives-learn-mert-based-girls-scholarships-program-kenya,un.org/milleniumgoals/gender.shtml
1/14/2015 2:13:33MrsRuth Mulenga ChikasaFoundation for Better HealthZambiaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentLusakaYam Cultivation, Fish Farming Development and Conservation, Poultry Farming Development, Cassava Cultivation, Plantain Cultivation, and Corn Productionfbhzambia@gmail.comNo100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttp://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPOU_KbI_oC9jgIb0YPFPrQ/feedLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsNoneMinistry of AgricultureMinistry of AgricultureMinistry of AgricultureYeshttp://www.fbhzambia.org/
1/20/2015 3:46:26MrJoseph ChengoliJambo Africa Tourism Organization Network(JATONET Kenya)KenyaPovertyBungomaJATONET is a legally registered Community Based Organization in Kenya founded in 2007 with an extensive coverage in the entire Bungoma County through its 30 volunteers based group networks in the 9 Sub-Counties. As an award winning solution based organization, it focuses on Environmental Conservation, Eco-Tourism, social-cultural diversity and Green energy. JATONET collaborates with NEMA-National Environment Management Authority, County’s strategic planners on environmentally sustainable projects integrated with economic, social and cultural sustainability. It anchors its work and mandate on the Country’s new constitution, where the Bill of Rights mandates each citizen to enjoy their rights. In this regard JATONET with its dedicated team of professionals works with County Governments, rural families, women, children, community, self help groups, CSOs, donors and other development agencies to ensure the community rights are upheld and rights to basic services such as clean water, good health and sustainable livelihoods are available for even the rural poor and other vulnerable groups at an affordable cost. Other guiding threshold is contained in Rio 2000, Copenhagen, MDG Carbon and MDG 7.kenyajatonet@gmail.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttp://youtu.be/pLTTdEECxTM,http://youtu.be/80YMDtTAZ70Little or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIs1. Bungoma County
2. National Environment Trust Fund(Netfund Kenya)
3. World band
4. Friends of JATONET
5. In kind Contribution
6. Volunteers
Bungoma CountyNetfundNetfundYeshttp://www.jatonetkenya.org
1/20/2015 6:58:31MrsRhobai MusimbiKakamega women telecentreKenyaPovertyBukhaywa, Kakamega countyComputer Skills are being given to the poor women and girls of the community. (www.kakamegawomentelecentre.org) agriculture projects are running

We are in the process of giving sewing and knitting skils too.
rhobai67@yahoo.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsWe have not received any donation yet, we are looking for some.Administration officer - The Subchief of the sub-locationAdministration officer - Chief of the locationYeskakamegawomentelecentre.org
1/20/2015 9:02:01MrNgobi RonaldAbantu Women Development GroupUgandaPovertyKampalaWe have over 100 people in our location who do need help,They leave without full meals just because they depend on the little salaries given to the head families in police barracks.Therefore we would like to open a youth development project whereby we teach them how to save and we give them a revolving fund against what they have saved after a period of time,then we also give them skills on how they can keep chicken,goats and pigs own their own to fight poverty.ngobironaldo@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationN/ALittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsN/ALocal council 1District chairmanBoardYesN/A
1/20/2015 9:28:05MrAongat CuthbertCommunity Focus UgandaUgandaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentSorotiThe agricultural sector of Teso region in Uganda faces major challenges which includes low levels of productivity, declining soil fertility, low use of improved inputs, high output loses due to pests, diseases and poor post harvest handling, poor quality standards for traded food and agricultural products, inadequate infrastructure and access for value addition processes such as marketing, storage and distribution. These challenges are grossly evident in all districts of Teso including Soroti, Ngora, Serere, Amuria, Katakwi, Kumi, Bukedea, Pallisa and Kaberamaido whose potential has been heavily disrupted by the two decades of civil conflict; this initiative has been proposed to address some of these challenges in this, with a pilot phase in Soroti district.
Despite several initiatives by the Government of Uganda (GoU) and partners, agricultural productivity in these areas still shows declining trends (although the area under cultivation is increasing, the livelihoods and incomes of small holder farmers is still low). Specifically, the staple crops such as maize, ground nuts and bean value chains suffer from the challenges noted in the Agricultural Sector DSIP 2010/11 -2014/15 plan.
To tackle these challenges with a goal of increasing household incomes, employment, food and nutrition security, there is need to address the contributing factors of low productivity, undeveloped farming practices, lack of capital, poor access to markets and market information, poor post harvest handling practices, low prices for produce and above all, improving the involvement of women with a gender perspective of building their capacity to engage in market oriented agricultural production since women represent the majority of the rural poor-up to 70% especially where migration, marital instability, male mortality, single parenthood and gender based violence have left them as heads of households.
Realising the efforts to increase production and improve productivity but, without significant improvements in market functioning, such increases will be an opportunity lost. For agricultural development to be sustainable in Teso, it is necessary to connect production zones with input and output markets and to endeavor to improve the functioning of those markets. It is critical to address the fundamental production constraints to increase output by raising awareness among farmers on the value of adopting improved agronomic practices, conceptualise farming as a business enterprise, facilitate access to post harvest handling techniques that reduce farmer loses and enhance quality standards, support farmer organisational institutions for collaborative and collective bargaining through utilisation of infrastructure for collective bulking and selling, facilitate access to investment capital by promotion of farmer saving and loan associations and linkages with finance institutions, access to market/price information and information on techniques to improve post harvest handling (cleaning, drying, storing).
cofuganda@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of GuidanceNonSub County local government extension officersDistrict Production and marketing departmentMinistry of Agriculture Animal Industry and FisheriesYeshttp://www.cof-ug.org
1/20/2015 9:38:53MrMajaliwa MbogellaChildren Care Development Organization (CCDO)TanzaniaPovertyMkimbizi-Iringa Municipality,Iringa RegionChildren Care Development Organization (CCDO) is a Non-Governmental Organization working in Tanzania to promote children health care, education, governance, ICT, entrepreneurs and environmental conservation promotion just to cope with the MDGS and SDGs as our core post agenda for 2015.
CCDO believes that, the education of the world’s children is high on the global agenda. In the context of education for all (EFA), all children should receive free, good quality education. The reality is that millions of the world’s children are too poor to benefit from the declaration, unless there are special interventions that target their development. Unfortunately, such children do not form a special social category in poverty eradication intervention programmes. Thus, their inclusion in the achievement of the MDGS and SDGs Post 2015 Development Agenda appears to be a hit-or-miss phenomenon. Recognizing the central role of poverty eradication in wider global agendas and acknowledging the need to reach out to the poorest children with the objective to break the poverty cycle for them, HIV/AIDS INFO AFRICA embarked on a programme of education and poverty eradication.
The CCDO Project aims at solving the problems hidden by the fact that orphans and vulnerable children are invisible; yet by the very nature of their situation, they are included among those that are classified as disadvantaged and poor in Tanzania. Children are subsumed within the poverty categories most often referred to such as households, communities, people – which means that there is a high tendency to focus on adult-related poverty while child problems are ignored, partly because children have little power and influence within a group that contains adults. Thus, the project will be implemented in Iringa Region at Iringa District, at Nduli village but assist some OVCs in Iringa communities. Therefore, we are requesting any partner whom we can work together to promote our children and women rights living under vivid poverty, illiterate, unemployment and diseases.
childrencareorg1@gmail.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsAfrican Women Development Fund (AWDF)
United Nations Development Programmes (UNDP)
European Union Development Fund (EDF)
Enabling Support Foundation (ESF)
TravelGiver Organization from Australia
EuropaBook Organization
Tanzania Forest Fund (TFF)
Iringa District CouncilCommunity Development,Gender and Children DepartmentMinistry of Community Development,Gender and ChildrenYeshttp://www.envaya.org/ccdo
1/20/2015 10:25:59MrDeo BwireBuildMEUgandaSocial DevelopmentButalejja & Bugiri
For the rule of law to prevail in the democratic setting of Uganda people need to be civically informed. The scope and definition of civil rights in Uganda remains largely unclear to many Ugandans which greatly curtails the rule of law particularly in the rural settings. For several years the rule of law has been undermined with human rights variously violated. There has been a marked intimidation and harassment of journalists, human rights groups and opposition group members by the army, police and politicians.

In August 2003 police arrested a popular radio talk show host on grounds of sedition with charges based on criticism of the president’s leadership. During the same year, the Uganda People’s Defense Forces (UPDF) also warned media outlets against publishing and broadcasting classified information, subjecting abetting soldiers to punishment, including the possibility of court martial. In 2009 during the September Buganda Riots, the Kabaka was placed under house arrest, radio talk show hosts were arrested with 4 Radio stations closed for broadcasting news on the controversial Buganda kingdom’s cause and proposed visit of the king to Bugerere. Police in Uganda continues to vigorously involve in violating the freedoms of association and assembly with opposition political rallies routinely blocked and peaceful demonstrations violently dispersed. The Media and Civil organizations in Uganda has not been a guarantee for democracy despite the existing legal/institutional frameworks and international advocacies to guarantee their respect and independence in promoting and protecting human rights. On top of this, the enjoyment of civic rights and exerting civic duties in Uganda has often varied with gender, implying that men and women of different categories have been affected differently with respect to their civic rights and responsibilities. While most citizens are ignorant about their civic rights others are not even aware of the existence of these rights. But sovereignty resides within the people who then should be involved in determining who, how and by whom their resources are allocated.
deobwire@buildme.org.ugYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsInternational fertilizer Development CenterCommunity Development officers & PoliceCAO (Chief Accounting OfficerBuildMEYeshttp://www.buildme.org.ug
1/20/2015 14:26:43MissNoeline KiraboKyusaUgandaSocial DevelopmentKampalaUganda has a rampant school dropout problem, according to Stomme Foundation report 2013, 70% of students drop out before finalizing secondary level. Most leave school because they can no longer afford it. There are few alternative education pathways for youth and very few employment opportunities for school dropouts. Youth unemployment is 68% and since 70% of Uganda’s population is under the age of 20 years, this is one of the country’s biggest challenges. To solve it, there needs to be another option between traditional schooling and vocational or training programs.
Although the issue of school dropouts and youth unemployment is particularly damaging in Uganda, this issue is important world-wide. Governments, foundation and international organizations like the UN and the World Bank are working to find solutions. The program at Kyusa has been developed with scale in mind and can be easily replicated in other locations.
kyusa.uganda@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REimOKMhQO0Little or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsKyusa has so far been supported by Braille Without Borders Switzerland. They received a start up grant to run the pilot project.Its registered as an NGO under the Ministry of Internal affairsYeshttp://www.kyusa.weebly.org
1/20/2015 15:33:04MrDennis Ekwere Children and Young People Living for PeaceNigeriaHumanitarian AidKadunaThere is increasing wave of insurgence going on the northern Nigeria out of religious extremism. This violence atrocities has recorded high number of death, displaced people and children. These displaced people are camped and the camps are humanly unfit thereby posing serious health challenges to people especially pregnant mothers and children. The camp has no educational facilities and this will add up to high number of children out of school in Nigeria. The living standard in there is poor and hunger which has rendered young girls into prostitution, vulnerable to new HIV cases, forced labour and drugs. These internally displaced people are also becoming time bomb in our hands as they become susceptible to revenge and violence at any spark. The need help from us. youngpeopleforpeace@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsChildren and Young People Living for Peace DennisDennisYeshttp://www.cyplp.net
1/20/2015 16:40:40DrExecutive DirectorMGMDRCongoPovertySouth-Kivu and North-Kivu provincesTo the east of the DRC and poverty continues to make threats to our target groups .A organization called Mission of Evangelization for Marginalized Groups 'MGM' association that is a God's servants of the group had felt shocked, tormented and outraged by the harm inflicted on women - mothers, mothers- girls, girls who are victims of HIV / AIDS and sexual violence against women, in the marginal situation of survivors and children accused sorcerers abandoned to their fate by the community as the belief in the DRC especially in the East, a person can not die without have been bewitched .The group felt moved to help these people outside of the community but with insufficient means to meet their needs
Since 2004, MGM are girls and women in functional literacy; in various businesses such as hotels, dressmaking, computer training, paying school fees for children affected and infected by HIV / AIDS affected families and subscribe to infected or healthy for mutual health care .Since 2007, is committed to raising awareness on the Millennium Development Goals, MDGs .We needs your support to provide assistance to these people in dangerious without clothes, food or other needs first necessity
emgm202001mission@yahoo.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationanyInsufficient mobilization of fundsPACF,ICAE, UNESCO, Mbabaro at LuvungiMarcelin Chishambo / GouvernerJoseph KabilaYeswwwmgm-rdc.com
1/20/2015 17:52:01Mrssebanakittapentagon techinical servicesugandaAgriculture & Rural Developmentkampalawe are fabricators of post harvest and agroproccessing machinery. we are experiencing alot of post harvest loss in this part of the world . so our target is to help and elleviate this problem.ssebjoshua@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationcontacting local government authoritiesInsufficient mobilization of fundsmercycorps
technoserve
clusa.
district local governmentschief administration officersministry of agriculture , forestry, and fisheriesYes
1/20/2015 22:08:37MrJoshua KonkankohBetter world CameroonCameroon Agriculture & Rural DevelopmentBafut, Ndanifor Permaculture Ecovillage, Bamendauncontrolled urbanization is quickly wiping out the Bafut UNESCO World Heritage Center.
Culture matters! It’s widely accepted that people, not multinational's programs, drive the success of local communities and social sector organizations. Yet when it comes to investing in our sociocultural sector’s talent in youth, agriculture, and environmental protection, why do we overlook this?
foundation@betterworld-cameroon.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttp://youtu.be/XNMXqtc2brs, http://www.facebook.com/betterworldcameroon, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhjApLtJIfkInsufficient mobilization of fundsNdanifor Gardens UK Trust, Global Eco Village Network,
International Permaculture Convergence
Fon Abumbi IIMayor Langsi Ngwasoh AbelChemuta BandaYeshttp://www.betterworld-cameroon.com
1/21/2015 10:17:47MrNGUEKAM WAMBE ElieGestion Durable et développement des Initiatives LocalesCamerounEnvironmentLolodorfInsuffisance des techniques durable d'agriculture, d'élevage et de pêche
Déforestation
Manque d'eau potable
Analphabétisme
Manques des activités alternatives de dégradation et de déforestation des forêts
ggedil@yahoo.frYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationVidéo avec de mise en place d'une plantationInsufficient mobilization of fundsPas de bailleurs de fonds pour le moment sauf le gouvernement camerounaisMBPILE Jean BlaiseNEBIBANGA ElisabethNGUEKAM WAMBE ElieNO
1/21/2015 10:28:13MrJean Eudes David NoumegneFondation des femmes Actives pour la Promotion de l'Education de la femme et de l'Enfant (FAPEFE)CamerounEducationYaoundé, Komo, Maison rougeSanté des femmes
la justice sociale
l'égalité des sexes
la protection de l'environnement
la protection des droits de l'homme
la formation des femmes et jeunes filles en Informatiques et coutures
ongfapefe@gmail.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationEducation et les actions menéesLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsAfrique France solidarité
AIESEC
France volontaires
Jean eudes david NoumegneNGUEKAM WAMBE ElieJean Eudes david NoumegneYeshttp://www.fapefe.org
1/21/2015 13:10:20MrGodfrey SegirinyaKanabulemu Orphanage OrganizationUgandaSocial DevelopmentMagoba /Rakai Kanabulemu Orphanage Organization is a proposed project to cater for most of orphaned children and vulnerable children due to deaths of one or both parents due to HIV-AIDS epidemic and also due to poverty in that some parent can not afford to provide the basic needs to their childreninfo@kanabulemuorphanage.orgYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsNabuukera Jone ArandaNOhttp://www.kanabulemuorphanage.org
1/24/2015 13:48:12MrAINEBYONA RONALDafrican centre for peace and human lifeugandaPovertyNkungu,buwate, kirahelp HIV/AIDS and vulnerable OVCs in these local areas affected by poverty in their households and as result cannot go to school,have basic necessities of life,live in total neglect livesacfphl@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of Actionnonelocal concilwakiso district governmentYeshttp://www.acfphl.org
1/24/2015 14:00:30MrAINEBYONA RONALDafrican centre for peace and human lifeugandaEducationkasokosoeducation:lack of scholastic materials,fees,mobilization to go to school due to poverty caused by unemployment and previous armed conflictacfphl@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsno donors involvedlocal concilwakiso districtgovernmentYeshttp://www.acfphl.org
1/24/2015 22:41:19Mrsie kwasi owusu williamsBanda Ahenkro Widows AssociationGhanaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentTownThere are many projects in my town that need to done but due to lack of funds the project are there, in my town there is projects like African faith primary school and JHS student are under trees, methodist primary school are under trees both schools has no toilet and also no water and many more. bandaWidowhood@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to school, High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationBANDAWIDOWS FACEBOOK.COMLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsN/APastor Yeboahkumah Doayah PastorRechard Bango chairmanYesbetterplace.org
1/25/2015 0:27:18MrAbu IbrahimCentre for Communities Education and Youth Development (CCEYD)GhanaHealthNorthern Regoin -Tamale Karaga DistrictCLIMATE CHANGE CAUSES CHILD MORTALITY (MALNUTRITION)
Malnutrition has many cause here locally in the Karaga District. The technical definition used by specialist is “Nutrient insecurity,” that is when people have no physical and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs. There is also difference between food security and nutrients security. Food insecurity occurs when people are unable to meet their minimum requirement over a period of time due to poverty, lack of assets and inadequate access to productive or financial resources, climate/weather conditions.
Nutrition insecurity is the inability to meet minimum food nutrients or a balanced diet required over a period of time. Due to poverty, over-population, domestic/household feeding practices, sickness and ignorance. This means there is food available but either there is not enough variety or ignorance in how to prepare a balanced/healthy meal.
abuib2001@yahoo.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsPartnership for Child Development PCD, World Vision, and Spring CCEYDDistrict Health DirectrateGhana Health ServiceNOhttp://www.cceyd.org
1/25/2015 15:17:26MrMawazo YusufLake Albert Basin Kommunity Development Organisation (LAKODO)UGANDAHealthFishing Villages on the shores of Lake Albert - across five districtsThe districts bordering and sharing Lake Albert shoreline include; Nebbi, Buliisa, Hoima, Kibale and Ntoroko in the western Uganda, have large populations living in remote and hard to reach fishing villages. These districts have widespread HIV/AIDS prevalence among poor, vulnerable and marginalised lake dependent communities. Data from selected sentinel sites around fishing villages on Lake Albert indicate HIV prevalence rates in ranges of 21.9% - 34.9%, (NSP midterm review report, 2014) which is significantly higher than the national average prevalence of 7.3% (AIS, 2011). A number of issues are responsible for this increasing prevalence of HIV/AIDS, which include but are not limited to; 1) poor and in some cases non-existent, health and HIV/AIDS services, 2) high levels of mobility and interaction among lakeshore communities, 3) predominance of sexually active age groups i.e. the majority are young people, 4) fluidity of ‘marital’ relationships i.e. men and women engaged to many partners, 5) inadequate infrastructure i.e. isolated and inaccessible e.g. poor roads, 6) limited livelihood diversification (fishing is the main income), and 7) lack of support programs on HIV/AIDS prevention targeting the fishing communities, and 8) a lack of and non-availability of cheap and affordable financial service i.e micro-credit scheme, and 9) limited engagement, lack of information and organisation of communities into collectives of social transformation and change . While fishing communities have been identified by the National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan 2010/11-2014/15 as among the vulnerable and most at risk populations in Uganda, policies have not been put into practice and resources for HIV/AIDS interventions among these largely isolated communities have not materialised despite widespread recognition of high HIV infections and AIDS prevalence rates. This undertaking responds to priorities informed by LAKODO’s increased interactions and engagement with lake dependent communities operating in these hard to reach villages over the last three months since November, 2014. This undertaking should address this challenge by increasing knowledge, information and raising awareness on issues of HIV/AIDS, prevention, and rights; access to micro-credit, building capacity of community institutions to advocate for their needs and entitlements; raise awareness with service providers and local authorities regarding needs of communities; build organisational capacity of community institutions and LAKODO to engage in advocacy at multiple levels. These actions together will create a multi-level advocacy effort which will result in a community-owned response to HIV/AIDS including improved HIV/AIDS services.lakodo2014@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of Actionn/aDistrict Local Gov't -ChairpersonsDistrictAdministrateiv OfficersDistrict Health Officers Yesn/a
1/25/2015 16:42:52MrTapas ChatterjeeAction in Community and TrainingIndiaEnvironmentFaridabadImproper Waste Handling is making the dumps,drains & landfills overflow, in return, fly & mosquito breeding is rampant, causing diseases.
Reckless burning of wastes, specially plastics, is polluting the environment, also aiding diseases.
So called 'Wastes', which can be turned to 'wealth', providing Livelihood to many poor families are just 'WASTED'.
Which we can Transform.
act_ngo@yahoo.co.ukYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationHindustan Times 10th Nov. 2014Insufficient mobilization of fundsTetrapak
GEF - SGP
Tapas ChatterjeeTapas ChatterjeeTapas ChatterjeeYesD2 /462, Shiv Durga Vihar, Lakkarpur Village, near Badarpur Metro station
1/25/2015 17:26:23MrMohamed Nor OmarNAHDA Human Development Association Somalia Humanitarian AidHodan Mogadishu NAHDA is NGO works in south and central Somalia, the development of the country is very law due long lasted civil war effacted the whole edges the countrynahda.som.org@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundssome of UN agencies Somali Govermentregional administration of the governmentselected members of the communityNOnahda.som.org
1/25/2015 18:56:11MrJoseph MutaayaRural Youth Poverty Eradication InitiativesUgandaPovertyKampalaAt RYPEI, we believe that Agriculture and the youth are the backbone of many economies in Africa and Uganda is no exception. The sector is dominated by small scale farmers, majority of who are the rural poor. The farmers are faced with low productivity and production, unfavourable policy environment and low incomes. Their situation is made worse by the uncoordinated actions and conflict of interest by key organisations and government institutions leading to poor service delivery.

Rural Youth Poverty Eradication Initiatives (RYPEI) is one of the few civil society organisations in Uganda whose work increases youth ability to improve their livelihoods through promoting sustainable development by linking environmental conservation with living standards and a better quality of life.

We promote activities that alleviate poverty by supporting smallholder youth groups to undertake initiatives geared towards livelihood improvement and natural resources regeneration and conservation. Since 2006, RYPEI has enabled the youth to improve their livelihoods by equipping them with skills in sustainable farming practices, access to renewable energies, youth entrepreneurship training and access to ICTs for development. Through our growing numbers of youth groups, we reach over 5,000 youth in Wakiso and Mbarara districts in Uganda; 65% being the girls.

Despite the above achievements, we are experiencing a number of challenges. With your support and collaboration, we anticipate reaching more youth for enhanced food/income security and improved livelihoods. Please join us as we promote youth empowerment for sustainable livelihoods.
mjosey1122@yahoo.comNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsGORTA
UNOPS
Joseph MutaayaNOhttp://www.rypei.org
1/26/2015 4:55:45MrMd. Murad NabiForum for Development Association (FFDA)BangladeshHumanitarian AidBograFFDA is a non government, non profit, non political voluntary organization registered with Directorate of Social Welfare Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh in 2001. Basically FFDA is network of 27 local level NGOs of Bangladesh. FFDA has been implementing different development activities towards upgrading the socio-economic status of the disadvantaged, disabled and non-disabled poor communities through raising skilled development and awareness build up in the district and within the geographical boundary in Bangladesh. It aims to achieve this by strengthening good governance, protecting human rights, human rights education, formal and non-formal education, strengthening democratic institutions, empowering people to stand up for their rights and training the young to become effective change agents. FFDA brings citizen’s concerns to government, monitors policies and encourages people’s participations at community level as well as providing a wealth of training related to democracy, human rights and good governance. It has not political character and only working for the poverty alleviation of the poor people and establishes just societyffdassociation@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of GuidancenaGovernment of BangladeshNOhttp://www.ffdassociation.org
1/26/2015 6:20:51MrPARAMANANDANFOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (FRSD)INDIAHealthMADURAI RURAL Today, the drinking water comes from surface and ground water. Large-scale water supply systems depend on surface water resources, and smaller water systems depend on ground water.
The contaminants in drinking water are different and can cause a range of diseases in children, including cancer, and acute diseases such as gastrointestinal illness. Rural women and children are particularly sensitive to microbial contaminants because their immune systems are weaker than those of adults. Children are sensitive to lead, which affects brain development, and to nitrates which cause several disorders. Rural women are the worst affected in this regard.
The need of the hour is an environmentally sustainable, cost effective solution for potable water purification at home to benefit our communities drinking microbiologically contaminated impure water.

Main Goal: The project is aimed at rediscovering our ancient, traditional methods of sustainable water purification using locally available medicinal plants, seeds and tubers that cleanse water while retaining its natural benefits.
Long Term Goal: Our project aims to deliver time tested, low carbon, non chemical, traditional water purification technology practiced by our ancestors for the benefit of humanity. The traditional technology is scientifically proved and widely acknowledged by our contemporary researchers considering the urgent need for pure drinking water. The technology can be scaled up and can be delivered to rural and urban people in a large scale without much capital cost and time.
Objectives:
The primary objective of this research study is to overcome one of the limitations of the present water purification processes by demonstrating that traditional techniques using medicinal plants, seeds, tubers and trees can selectively remove targeted contaminants in water such as salts, metals, and acids. The following strategies have been planned by our Foundation:
(a) Developing simple treatment techniques (Green Technology)/Community water purification for providing safe, hygienic and potable water to rural people in rural areas with a focus on rural areas to mitigate drinking water crisis- a recent challenge.
(b) Conducting workshops on traditional water purifying techniques with practical demonstration on purifying water with natural filtration.(simple and rudimentary treatment techniques using herbs, seeds, tubers and branches of medicinal trees) so as to collect sufficient data on traditional water purification techniques used by rural people.(d)Introduce the method in all rural schools with the help of District Administrations to ensure schools break the cycle of unsafe drinking water to ensure students health and save them from waterborne diseases
frsdmdu@yahoo.co.inYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of Guidance1. Pollination Project, USA (US $1000)
2. O T F, Canada (US $335)
FRSDFRSDFRSDYeshttp://www.frsd.webs.com
1/26/2015 7:23:07MrDavyTsoro-o-tso San Development TrustZimbabweEducationSanqinyana, Ward 7, TsholotshoThe current Tshwao/San communities of Tsholostho and Plumtree inhabited the land 20 000 years ago, being continuously pushed to the outward remote areas by other stronger social groups. In 1928 they were moved from the main forest by the then government when the Hwange game reserve was created. This meant that the land which they occupied and used as a source of livelihood was drastically reduced. The then govt made promises to assist their adaptation to a sedentary lifestyle. As time went on Gvt promises were not fulfilled, and the Tshwao had to live a life that vacillated between sedentary and nomadic, maintaining permanent homes, while depending on nomadic livelihoods systems of hunting and gathering. Adaptation to the sedentary way of life proved difficult as they lacked the necessary knowledge, skills, resources and support to do so.

Continued nomadic lifestyles became increasingly difficult as due to the government laws on access and use of forest and wildlife resources. With increasing control on forest and wildlife resources through anti-poaching laws, dwindling forests, droughts and other socio-economic challenges, the Tshwao found themselves at the edge of survival.
TsorotsoSanDevTrust@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsOsisaVillage HeadRural District CouncilMinistry of Social WorkYesN/A
1/26/2015 9:23:28MrTimothy B. AchimpotaMorogoro Development Organization(MODEO)TanzaniaPovertyWami Sokoine Village at Morogoro CityMODEO support marginalized group ie. People with disabilities, Widows, PLWHA, Orphans affected with HIV/AIDS, women and girls living in poverty through education on entrepreneurship skills support, Life skill, HIV AIDS education, and social welfare.
The programme aiming to improve social well-being of people with disabilities in relation to the HIV/AIDS pandemic by intensifying education amongst them and providing them with sustainable means of income. Support economic empowerment by addressing income and social economic development issues i.e empowering on IGAs and forming income generating activities and increase number of school attendance among orphan’s children with disabilities and support them school materials.
morodev@yahoo.com or modeo@modeo.orgYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationSome project pictureInsufficient mobilization of funds1) The Government of Tanzania
2) The Foundation for Civil Society of Tanzania
3) African Women Development Fund
4) Abillis
Wami Dakawa WardMvomero District CouncilThe Ministry of Community Development Gender and Children.Yeshttp://WWW.modeo.org
1/26/2015 13:40:05MrOyewole Babatunde DavidLAND SUSTAINERSNigeriaPovertyAyedade village near Orile OwuEmpowering women oil-palm processors through hygienic methods that would add value to their products. The population of Ayedade village south west Nigeria falls in the 100-1000 bracket with a 60% women constituent. Oil-palm is the main occupation of women who have to rely on men for the more critical operations (harvesting palm bunches, transporting bunches to processing sites, digesting fruits etc) of the processing activities. The current practice of processing especially when women had to wade into digesting pits to skim off oil film on top of the slurry is very unhygienic. This process also gives the end product a peculiar odor which affects quality and consequently the market price. Intervention could start right from the field by replacing the already moribund palm plantation with dwarf palm variety and introduction of gender sensitive portable mechanical separators. Clean borehole water is already in place courtesy of a federal government rural water provision project, but powered through diesel supply and maintenance by a Church Organization. Empowering the women in Ayedade could lift the whole village out poverty which is now a most glaring feature.babatundeoyewole@gmail.comNo100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of ActionN/AAyedade LGAAgricultural DeptNO
1/26/2015 15:02:25MrMr Pradeep MahapatraUDYAMAIndiaEnvironmentBhubaneswarSince last one and half decades, UDYAMA has demonstrated few evidence based initiatives working directly with
community and engaging partner NGOs in flood & drought prone areas and carved out good learning on community
resilience process. Learning–Linking- Livelihoods is the core areas of UDYAMA that has scaled and replicated in coastal,
rural and tribal hinter lands. Founded in 1997, UDYAMA primarily aims towards strengthening and building capacities of
local communities towards rejuvenating human capital, ecological capital ,economical capital & well-being
improvement with a view to enhancing adaptation to vulnerability and changing the culture of dependency to a culture
of self-reliance harnessing resource base, blending with traditional and improved technology transformation, with well
articulated development communication.
We are focusing following activities:
• Eco-Logical Development towards responsive development in harmony with nature & culture, life style
• Community Livelihoods Resilience at Coastal, Rural and Tribal Hilly Regions
• Model building on Micro-Water conservation , Sustainable Agriculture ,biodiversity conservation, Crop Diversification,
• Inclusion of Women & children towards safe Sanitation, House Hold Nutrition and Hygiene, Environmental Education
• Life Skill Development , income diversification And alternate livelihoods of ultra poor
• Advocacy towards City Resilient program ,Green Energy
• Gearing Greening towards environmental sustainability
• Implementing & advocacy on Minimizing Adverse impact of Distress Migration at source and destination
• Citizen Action on climate Justice involving Women , Children and multi stakeholders
• Networking and mainstreaming DRR and Institution building,
• Result Based Management Training , Study & capacity building, collectives Grooming
Our approach aimed at to:
• Provide as a catalyst for efforts to support people in areas facing repeated disasters or Vulnerabilities
• Prepare for, plan to withstand and recover from stresses, shocks & drudgery
• Take in hand root causes of disasters , impacts and vulnerabilities with lasting solutions
• Adaptive Action Research and Innovation focused on the challenges and opportunities
Affiliations & Alliances: With our steady and sustained effort on disaster resilient development process, UDYAMA
has bagged UN-ECOSOC status, Accredited to UN-Global compact, UN-CONGO, UNISDRR,UNEP, UNFCCC,
UNCCD,UNURBAN GATE-WAY, Global Citynet, GFDRR and Global Water Partnership and members in stakeholders’
forum, National Institute of Open Learning for Vocational Training , India Gateway, Government of India (NPO) , Water
Climate Coalition, Global Network for Disaster Risk Reduction and WSP,WSSCC, End Water Poverty and SAMHITA, CDRN,
AADRR, SPHERE-India. Very Recently UDYAMA has received International Award for Environment from Kyobo
Foundation, Seoul and e-NGO 2012 Using ICT in Development. : http://www.udyama.org .
udyama.pradeep@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttps://youtube.com/watch?v=_m7LBF5iG1E , http://youtu.be/DYFDxDkl3eMLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsThe ICCO-The Netherlands
Tata Trusts, Mumbai
Chair manZilla ParisadaNITI AYOGYeshttp://www.udyama.org
1/27/2015 16:55:25DrLn.Dr.K.VENKKATRAJULUSRI SAI KISHAN FOUNDATIONINDIAHumanitarian Aidchennai/Trivellore/KancheevaramRespected sir, Our organization is a unit with core project to help the HIV/AIDS affected children and Ostracized children who were left on road-side without care and shelter is under our surveillance for both care and catering. we are doing these charity work on Humanitarian
aid under Community Base Rehabilitation. we are able to help only certain no of children with the megre revenue that we receive for these purpose from our beloved Donors and Philanthropist. we want to do it on HOME BASE REHABILITATION scheme for which we need more support and guidance both financially and advice too. we solicit your patronize and support for these noble cause and we hope our request will be consider wit sympathy.
srisaikishanfoundation@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilization----------Insufficient mobilization of fundson their personal request, we cannot reveal the names of our respected Donors and philanthropist names and their details
for which we regret on our part please.
LOCAL DONORSINSPIRE CONSULTANCY SERVICE/ CHENNAINOSCOM FOUNDATIONYeshttp://www.sainivaschennai.org.in
1/29/2015 1:42:10MrEdward ChakaPeoples Federation for National Peace and Development (PEFENAP)MalawiHumanitarian AidBlantyre, Chikwawa, Karonga DistrictsFloods victims are lacking shelter, food, clothes, and other medical attention because of heavy rains that fell a lot of houses. people are sleeping in Schools churches for their accommodation. household items were washed away by running water. Our intervention on the urgent issue will add value to what the governemnt and other NGOs have started doing on the same issue.pefenaporg@yahoo.co.ukYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationour Malawian flood case is world overInsufficient mobilization of fundsnone is funding our institution to intervene currently. other players are doing thier part like the Red Cross in Malawi.local governemnt MinisterLocal governemnt MinisterPeter Muntharika (President )NON/A
2/2/2015 18:33:40MrChristopher AnthonyNEED Charitable Trust - BangaloreIndiaEducationBangalore"WAY SIDE SCHOOL" FOR STREET CHILDREN

Introduction
The people about whom I am concerned are not the people in the abstract, nor privileged and the mighty. But those who are poor, small and are suffering. They are street children of Bangalore streets and pavements.

Project "Way Side School" will provide educationalsponsership, health care and recreational facilities for the street children (boys and girls) of project area. We do this in order to prevent them from being exploited, trafficked, and pushed into becoming anti-social, drug addicts and vulnerable to HIV and AIDS. The project is an effort to make street children responsible citizens of our country and contribute towards its development.

Project "WAY SIDE SCHOOL" will provide an alternate to following behaviors.
i. Idle wandering
ii. Rag-picking
iii. Child abuse & child sexual exploitation
iv. Gambling
v. Anti-social activities
vi. Drug addiction /trafficking
vii. Vulnerability to HIV

It will be bring about a level of functional literacy. The child will be able to read and write. Deserving student good in studies will be encouraged to go to school for which sponsorship will be provided, through constant medical attention more care will be given to sick, unhealthy children. Children affected by HIV will be taken care and referral services will be provided through PLHA network.
Organized games and recreation will prevent anti-social activities and help to reclaim the joy of children which they deserve as their Right.
cbrienanto@yahoo.comYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsWe are trying to raise resources for the cause of Children in difficult situation.But so far no commitment from Donors Department of Women and ChildDepartment of Women and ChildMinistry of Women and Child Development-IndiaNO
2/3/2015 0:19:44MrTETEYABAAGIRTOGOAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentvillagesLead group of woman to grown ontheir rural activities troth projects .agirtogo@yahoo.frYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsNoneKPASSANGOTCHATCHAMNAZATO KourahNON/A
2/3/2015 7:07:22MrGangi Reddy.VRural Reconstruction and Development SocietyIndiaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentNellatur village,Gudur rural Nellore dist,Andhra PradeshRRDS regd NGo working Rural Development Sector since 1991.RRDS working with unreached community,unorganised communitu education,health Livelihood,sustainable development .Our target community tribals,dalits small and marginal farmers,costal community and weavers.The samll and marginal farmerslackupdate knowlege about market and knowdlege about products.The Rual community not having employment and Migration to cities for emloyment The Women and children suffering with Lack Nutrition and preganat deaths common.The Climate change is another challenging issue.the millineum development goals and Sustainable Development Goals is Mjor challenging issue. We organise, educated and empowring community and formed Community Based Organisations.and working for above issues. We need support and Partnership our web http://www.rrds.org kindly view our website and respond
rrds111@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttp://www.rrds.orgInsufficient mobilization of fundsProgramme for Social Action, Andhre Hilfe,SDDTrust, CMandal Praj ParisadDist development AuthorityGovt of IndiaYeshttp://www.rrds.org
2/3/2015 15:22:03MrHerman KizitoAfrica Intercultural Development Support TrustUgandaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentMukonoFunding is needed to provide basic computer skills and ICT development among the less privileged youth to access knowledge thereby creating employment by themselves both in urban and rural areas, for the young farmers to receive knowledge and access online market for their produce. Show me how to grow cabbage, salads for instance, using appropriate technologies through learn-by-doing it yourself.africaidest@yahoo.co.ukNo100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsNoneNAADS, Ministry of Agriculture and GovernmentYeshttp://www.aidest.org
2/3/2015 15:43:02MrHerman KizitoAfrica Intercultural Development Support TrustUgandaEnergyMukonoDevelopment Aids Support is needed to provide biogas units to at least 200 rural households and/or farmers in Bukomansimbi District for them to access cheaper and sustainable energy source, to reduce spending on firewood and charcoal, cover electricity gap, protect environment and health benefits.africaidest@yahoo.co.ukYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of ActionThis particular proposed area not yet. Caritas run same project in Masaka.County & Sub-countyNAADSNAADS and Ministry of AgricultureYeshttp://www.caritas.org/where-we-are/africa/uganda/
2/4/2015 7:04:27MrRavi KumarAssociation of Relief VolunteersIndiaNatural DisasterGunadala, Vijayawada, Andhra PradeshMay people are suffering in the name development. Many projects taken up by the government in the name of development but no alternative mechanism is in place to compensate vulnerable communities. During natural disasters and after no proper action and plan designing by the agencies in many places.ravi2001arv@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of GuidanceHabitat for Humanity IndiaITDA project officerDistrict collectorMinisterYes
2/6/2015 12:28:48MrsBEATRICE AMOIT IBALAINEW COVENANT INITIATIVEKENYAEducationKITALEEDUCATION FOR ORPHANS AND VULNERABLE CHILDREN, PURCHASE OF SCHOOL PLOT AND BUILDING, HELPING WIDOWS,
BUILDING, DIGGING THEIR LAND AND SUPPLYING THEM INPUTS, LITTLE CAPITAL FOR BUSINESS FOR THE WIDOWS, WATER AND SANITATION. HELPING THE ELDERLY (FOOD, SHELTER AND BEDDING).
FISH FARMING,
POULTRY KEEPING,
RABBIT KEEPING FOR BOOSTING THE ORGANIZATION.
newcovenant200@gmail.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsNAANGLICAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICE (ADS)ANGLICAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICE (ADS)ANGLICAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICE (ADS)YesNA
2/7/2015 4:58:44MrMd. Murad NabiFFDA- Forum for Development AssociationBangladeshSocial DevelopmentDhakaA street child in Bangladesh is someone has become his or her habitual abode or source of livelihood; and who is inadequately protected, supervised, or directed by responsible adults. The street children do not go to school instead they sell things in the streets or do other jobs as their parents earn less money or do not work. It is estimated that there is Over 600,000 Street children living in Bangladesh, 75% of them live in the nation's capital, Dhaka. In a Country ranked 138th on the Human Development Index and where 50% of the population is living below the poverty line, these children represent the absolute lowest level in the social hierarchy. In the world's most densely populated nation. Nowadays the population in this country increased and the number of street children is also increased to four million.

The lives of the street children are hard; they do not have the ability to earn enough money by selling things as they are not educated. Some of the government organizations sometimes help them.

The street children in Bangladesh are unable to go to school and for that they do not get proper education. It is very important for them to study as they will find themselves spending the rest of their lives miserably. The non-government organizations help them to be educated.
ffdassociation@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsOwn FundUNICEFYeshttp://www.ffdassociation.org
2/8/2015 6:38:24MrsNIGHAT ZAHRA SHAHAL-ZOHRA WELFARE ASSOCIATIONPAKISTANEducationKARACHI (CITY)MORE OPPERTUNITIES FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR WOMEN IS NEEDED.ALZOHRA IS RUNNING A VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTER WHICH PROVIDES DIFFERENT SHORT COURSES TO A POPULATION OF MORE THAN 40000 WHO DO NOT HAVE ACCESS FOR CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT. SINGLE MOTHERS AND FEMALES IN GENERAL NEED TO HAVE A SKILL OR TRAINING TO BE ABLE TO PROVIDE FOR THEMSELVES OR THEIR FAMILIES.al_zohra_association@yahoo.comNo>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttp://www.alzohra.orgInsufficient mobilization of fundsinfaq foundation of pakistanits a grass root level org.NOhttp://www.alzohra.org
2/8/2015 8:33:46DrJ.Christopher Daniel,Ph.DGoodwill Social Work CentreIndiaEnvironmentMaduraiGoodwill Social Work Centre,Madurai,India has been taking up a Non-formal employment training for children and youth project in partnership with the Global Links Initiative,(www.glinet.org) United Kingdom with the fund from the legacy from late Mr.Robin Rowland,Founder and Chairman,GLI,UK. The programme components include 1.Preparing children and youth for non-employment training in vocational trades namely a)Computer Training programmes, b)Sewing and Embroidery (Dress making and designing) c)Zurdhosi(Needle craftwork)2. Providing life enrichment education 3.Family support services to children and youth in dysfunctional families. Our grateful acknowledgements to GLI, U.K for the generous financial support so graciously being extended to our organisation and for giving us a legacy from late Mr.Robin Rowland,Founder and Chairman,GLI,UK for the project.With a grateful heart we remember late Mr.Robin Rowland with gratitude for his greatness and kindness so graciously extended to our organisation. I invite you to watch our album at :
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chrisdangswc@gmail.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhkVeoo5mQE;http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPW8HTkKEMA,Insufficient mobilization of funds!.Global Links Initiative,United Kingdom
2.Art Venture,Singapore/UK
3.Thare Machi Education,United Kingdom
Dr.J.Christopher Daniel,Ph.DDr.J.Christopher Daniel,Ph.DDr.J.Christopher Daniel,Ph.DYesNo:5,South Street Extension,Singarayar colony
2/8/2015 13:48:52MrChristopher AnthonyNEED Charitable Trust - BangaloreIndiaUrban DevelopmentBangaloreBangalore is well developed city and people,family,youth and even children come to the city to eak out existence and in their fight for livelihood they are exploited as they have weak bargaining power.
Children land here because they have been living in utter poverty and they find their family in difficult situation.Children being highly vulnerable are exploited for child labour, trafficked into sex business,bonded for life in brick kilns,abused...ect.These needs to be stopped.
cbrienanto@yahoo.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsWe have approached Child fund but no response.Ward officerDepartment of Women and Child.Government of IndiaYesnot developed
2/8/2015 16:52:25MrKodimah Issifu MahamaASURED FOUNDATIONGhanaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentKusaleDeforestation as a result of poor farming practices. Farmers keep clearing new pieces of land by felling trees and abandoning it after cultivating for up to 4 years. This leaves a lot of bare land and with heavy rains, land degradation sets in resulting in loss of soil fertility. It is also affecting rainfall in the area.kodimah@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of Actiongovernment of ghana, agricultural extension agentdepartment of agricultureministry of agriculture and environmental protection agencyNO
2/9/2015 3:12:19MrJoseph Marquez AquinoNational Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC)PhilippinesUrban Developmentcities in Metro Manila, PhilippinesResettlement Action Plan (RAP) crafted by genuine Local Housing Boards (LHBs) with genuine participation of peoples organization through community people's plans/proposals on rights-based decent shelter and decent living based.oseaquino@gmail.comNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of ActionUNDPMayorHUDCC, PCUP, DILGNOnapc.gov.ph
2/9/2015 5:56:21MrImran Salim ShahidShine SocietyPakistanEducationUrban Slums of IslamabadNational and international terrorism, natural disasters (earthquake 2005 and flooding 2010 & 2011), socio-economic and political instability have severely affected the living of common people in Pakistan since past two decades. Unstoppable inflation and continued increase in fuel and utilities prices has adversely affected low and middle level families’ daily living. Energy crisis resulted in reduction in production of industries, agriculture sector that also caused reduction in job opportunities for common people. Crime rate in urban and rural areas is increasing day by day and good governance by government has become a big question mark.

Shine Society’s target area is 9 slums of Federal Capital Islamabad, where almost 95% inhabitants are poor and illiterate Christians migrated from rural areas of Punjab Province to earn their livings in metropolitan city. These 9 slums host about 80,000 low paid inhabitants working in government and private offices as cleaners and houses of rich people as domestic workers. They live in 7500 small mud and bricks houses without proper basic living facilities (clean drinking water, sanitation, electricity, gas, healthcare, education etc). The average family size is 8 and average family income is PKR 9,000 per month (US$100). In 80% cases only 1 family member is breadwinner and rest are dependent on him/her. Literacy rate at primary level is 50%, at high school level 15% and university level 4%. Selling drugs and liquor is day by day increasing in slums and attracting young boys as carriers of drug suppliers. Young children are vulnerable and seriously prone to social crimes. Target Community of Children Education Program Shine Society target communities are France Colony and Iqbal Town areas for children’s education Plan. In France Colony Total population of France Colony 850 families lives in 642 houses and total population is 6930. In some cases 2 or 3 families live in one house. Among 6930 there are 1217 (617 boys and 600 girls) children of 9-19 years age and 3163 children of 1-9 years age. Key focus of Shine Education Plan is 900 children of 3-5 years age. Like other slums, France Colony lacks education facility for young children. There is an urgent/ genuine need of providing education to children for their personality development and character building, better future and protection from social crimes (drugs etc.).
isshahid.shine@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationFacebook Page: Shine Society Insufficient mobilization of fundsSharing for Future (South Korea). Provides US$275 month as their support for Shine Society slum children education program since 2012.Capital Development AuthorityFederal Board of Education Federal Ministry of Education Yes
2/9/2015 15:33:01MrJonathan ContehVision for the BlindSierra LeoneHumanitarian AidFreetownThe Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak is proving to have a wider security, economic and livelihood impact in the entire Sierra Leone. Restrictions on movement out of, into and within affected districts have resulted in a shortage of availability of goods and services. Five out of the fourteen districts in Sierra Leone are currently under quarantine accounting for 2,448,297 people. Medical goods needed to respond to the outbreak and goods to meet basic needs (i.e. food and water) are in shorter supply due to transport limitations. In recent times there has been increased tensions and in some cases violent attacks on health personnel (burial teams, etc), which have been recorded from Kono, Port Loko and Freetown. Other major security issues include stick actions or demonstrations by health workers and volunteers. In almost all the districts, there have been demonstrations mainly over delay in the payment of hazard incentives and protection issues. The impact of these demonstrations across the country do not only purse a security treat but also militate against actions in containing the EVD virus. Many patient; both EVD positive and those with other health concerns are left un-attended when these strike actions arise. visionfortheblind2013@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsShain Foundation NLSusan ontehMomoh KoromaOsman KamaraYeshttp://www.visionfortheblind2013workpress.com
2/9/2015 15:34:41MrJonathan Conteh Sierra LeoneHealthSierra LeoneSierra Leonevisionfortheblind2013@gmail.com No>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of GuidanceMinistry of Health, Members of Parliament, Civil Society Groups and members of the international communityMinistry of HealthNO
2/11/2015 13:11:35MrRomuald RwechunguraFAITA-TRUSTTanzaniaEducationRuhanga VillageNeed for quality education supported by qualified teachers motivated to work in local environment, in the village. Well nourished students are critical. English language mastery is critical factor for quality secondary education. Need for conducive learning environment including hostels for students, female in particular, electricity, state-of-the-art Computer technology, library, toilets, equipped laboratories, standardized classrooms,playing grounds and compliant and ethical leadership. faita_trust@hotmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of GuidanceTanzania Social Action Fund - TASAF
Bukoba Development Foundation - BUDEFO
Ward Development CouncilMuleba District CouncilTAMISEMIYes
2/13/2015 15:10:41DrGoodwill Social Work CentreIndiaEnvironmentMadurai,Tamilnadu,IndiaProtection of environment has posed not only a major challenge but also a social and moral responsibility in the present society. Children like any other children of the world who live in villages and backward areas in and around Madurai, Tamilnadu, India need a decent, secure, affordable home which is fundamental to the realization of children’s rights. The quality of housing affects girls’ and boys’ health and overall environment. Their health and survival depends as much on healthy environments as on health services. In fact, these children are particularly affected by health related problems which are related to water and sanitation and they are susceptible to diarrhoeal diseases, intestinal worms and various eye and skin ailments. Inadequate living environments namely environmental chaos, stress and parenting, poor housing, absence of safe informal public gathering places, lack of easy access to opportunities for safe play, absence of constructive opportunities for young people, repeated exposure to violence in hazardous in rural and semi- urban environment etc impact the quality of life of children.

It is found that children who live in rural and backward areas have heightened vulnerability to a variety of exposures as a consequence of their developmental, behavioural and physiological characteristics. They receive greater exposures per unit of body weight than adults because – for their size – they eat more food, drink more liquids, and breathe more air than adults. Depending on their age, children's ability to metabolize, detoxify and excrete many toxicants is different from that of adults. Exposures at critical periods of development can result in irreversible damage to the growing nervous system, affect emerging behaviour patterns, cause immune dysfunction and have serious reproductive effects.Children's behaviour often places them at higher risk than adults to certain environmental hazards, because of their exploratory behaviour, frequent hand-to-mouth activity, and proximity to the ground - all of which result in greater contact with sources of contamination.

Knowing the importance of information dissemination in promoting the environmental health rights among children and providing opportunity for them to effectively participate in practice - based learning experiences, the Goodwill social work centre proposes to launch a CHILDREN’S ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RIGHTS’ centre to cater to the needs of children and young people in and around Madurai, Tamilnadu, South India and backward areas in and around Madurai, Tamilnadu, South India. The proposed project will provide education and training on children’s rights and environment, research on issues concerning environmental health rights, takes up advocacy, undertakes capacity building, work in partnership with local and international organizations, work with media and press and act a resources centre for children, youth, teachers and parents”. It aims to build harmonious relationship between the environment and children and young people. Our work will Centre on promoting greater access to justice and guarantee human rights for children who are victims of environmental degradation.

Children will be sensitized to environmental issues and provided with an opportunity to participate in media intervention campaigns, participatory training and field exposure programmes. They will empowered with information of the environment and will be ‘environmentally concerned’ about the health rights and the need to protect and promote their rights. They will be empowered to identify potential environmental risks and solutions. They will have greater opportunities to have access to Internet based ecology and environment information. Pre-assessment and post assessment surveys to measure the level of knowledge and attitudes among the children will assess the success of the project. Qualitative assessment of the participation of children in various participatory training programmes and activities will also serve an indicator for defining success of the project. Assistance to children and their parents who are victims of environmental degradation. Parents, teachers and local community based civil society organizations in the project areas will be empowered through Education, training and awareness building in human rights for children and environmental health rights
chrisdangswc@gmail.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPW8HTkKEMALittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsART VENTURE,SINGAPOREDr.J.Christopher Daniel,Ph.DDr.J.Christopher Daniel,Ph.DDr.J.Christopher Daniel,Ph.DYeshttp://www.goodwillsocialworkcentre.org
2/14/2015 14:43:45MrChukwudike AbrahamSociety Against Poverty and Hunger (NGO)NigeriaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentLagosThe people of Baga North east of Nigeria has been affected by the Boko Haram terrorist war of which thousands has been killed and many more displaced mostly, women, children and youths. The Society Against Poverty and Hunger (SAPH) wish to provide them with relief materials such as food, beverages, blanket, cloths, medicine, water etc. We therefore, humbly appeal to good spirited Organizations across the globe to support our gesture to give a new hope to the Baga people. societyagainstpovertyandhunger@yahoo.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationNoneInsufficient mobilization of funds USAID, DFID etcBorno State GovtBaba Local GovtFederal Govt of NigeriaYesNone
2/14/2015 14:51:45MrChukwudike AbrahamSociety Against Poverty and Hunger (NGO)NigeriaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentLagosFood waste, Nigeria looses over six million tons of food crops annually such as cassava, maize, cocoa yam, beans, vegetable etc. It is estimated that over Five Billion USD is been lost as a result of waste / loss of food crops in Nigeria as a result of lack of technology. The Society Against Poverty and Hunger (SAPH) wish to train some selected Nigerians on how to preserve food crops and machines needed to preserve both processed and unprocessed foods.societyagainstpovertyandhunger@yahoo.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationNoneLack of ActionFood and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Food Solved etc.Society Against Poverty and Hunger SAPHFederal Govt of NigeriaYesNone
2/14/2015 15:05:34MrNicodemus Siayi SokoCSYM HUDUMA TANZANIATanzaniaHealthSanu Barray Mbulu TanzaniaCSYM HUDUMA as Community-Based Organizations (CBO’s) remains to be very much useful and critical to  the work for successful HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment. In essence; as(CBOs) Community Based Organizations we are able to engage with better services to people infected and affected by HIV, and its impact; that they may be provided with essential Services, and address to eliminate Stigma,Discrimination and prevention efforts including- PMTCT-Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission,Death and Child Mortality in Communities we serve.CSYM HUDUMA* of Tanzania;is one of the CSO’s in Sub-Saharan Africa, which had vision to change the situation of the poorest of the poor and  improving their status by continuing to fight Poverty Ignorance and Disease and its obvious that the  'problem' should be solved.

CSYM HUDUMA would like to create awareness on AIDS/HIV to the project recipients; especially Women, Children and men and women of the reproductive ages. CSYM will strategize to eliminate hidden fears of stigma in families encourage testing to prevent HIV infection within the families. This project will also support positive living for those who are already infected by providing them with update information on HIV and help them fight against stigma.
siayians2008@googlemail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsThe Positive Action for Children Fund (PACF)a Uk based organization which aims to support and inform the Global effort to alleviate the impact of HIV and AIDS on Maternal and Child Health by supporting Interventions that engage Communities, and empowers those Communities to deliver projects that reach individuals at risk of HIV infection as well as provide support coping mechanisms of those already infected. PACF strongly believes that the Leadership and involvement of CSYM HUDUMA as Community-Based Organizations (CBO’s) we remain to be very much useful and critical to  the work for successful HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment. Not applicableNot applicableNot applicableYeshttp//:www.csmbtz.co.tz
2/14/2015 17:32:54MrAbdullahi Abdi MohamedSomali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) SomaliaHumanitarian AidBula-Hubei, Wadajir District, Mogadishu SomaliaThe incidence of suicide/Explosive Devices in Somalia has increased markedly in recent years, making suicide a major social problem. Between 2011 and 2015, the annual number of suicides increased from 35% to 65 %; the most dramatic increase occurred in middle-aged men, the group showing the greatest increase in depression. Recent studies have shown that prevention campaigns are effective in reducing the total number of suicides in various areas like, Gedo, Middle-Jubba,Lower-Shabele as well as Banadir in Somalia.
Such interventions have been targeted at relatively urban populations, and national data from public health and clinical studies are still needed. The Somali governments have not yet established the goal of reducing the annual number of suicides from 2011 to 2015 by thousand died; toward this end, several programs have been proposed, including the Mental Barrier Free Declaration, and the Guidelines for the Management of Depression by Health Care Professionals and Public Servants. However, the number of suicides has not declined over the past 6 years. Achieving the national goal during the remaining years will require extensive and consistent campaigns dealing with the issues and problems underlying suicide/explosive as well as simple screening methods for detecting depression. These campaigns must reach those individuals whose high-risk status goes unrecognized. In this review paper, we propose a strategy for the early detection of suicide risk by screening for depression according to self perceived symptoms. This approach was based on the planed symposium Approach to the Prevention of Suicide in Clinical and Occupational Medicine held at the 1st Conference of the Somali Youth 2015 agendas.
info@sydf,orgYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to school, High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hhVLdurpc2YLack of GuidanceSYDF as well as https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/suicide-explosive-prevention-proposal-for-young/x/9747085Somali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) Somali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) Somali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) Yeshttp://sydf.org/
2/14/2015 17:33:14MrAbdullahi Abdi MohamedSomali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) SomaliaHumanitarian AidBula-Hubei, Wadajir District, Mogadishu SomaliaThe incidence of suicide/Explosive Devices in Somalia has increased markedly in recent years, making suicide a major social problem. Between 2011 and 2015, the annual number of suicides increased from 35% to 65 %; the most dramatic increase occurred in middle-aged men, the group showing the greatest increase in depression. Recent studies have shown that prevention campaigns are effective in reducing the total number of suicides in various areas like, Gedo, Middle-Jubba,Lower-Shabele as well as Banadir in Somalia.
Such interventions have been targeted at relatively urban populations, and national data from public health and clinical studies are still needed. The Somali governments have not yet established the goal of reducing the annual number of suicides from 2011 to 2015 by thousand died; toward this end, several programs have been proposed, including the Mental Barrier Free Declaration, and the Guidelines for the Management of Depression by Health Care Professionals and Public Servants. However, the number of suicides has not declined over the past 6 years. Achieving the national goal during the remaining years will require extensive and consistent campaigns dealing with the issues and problems underlying suicide/explosive as well as simple screening methods for detecting depression. These campaigns must reach those individuals whose high-risk status goes unrecognized. In this review paper, we propose a strategy for the early detection of suicide risk by screening for depression according to self perceived symptoms. This approach was based on the planed symposium Approach to the Prevention of Suicide in Clinical and Occupational Medicine held at the 1st Conference of the Somali Youth 2015 agendas.
info@sydf,orgYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to school, High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hhVLdurpc2YLack of GuidanceSYDF as well as https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/suicide-explosive-prevention-proposal-for-young/x/9747085Somali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) Somali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) Somali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) Yeshttp://sydf.org/
2/14/2015 17:34:06MrAbdullahi Abdi MohamedSomali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) SomaliaHumanitarian AidBula-Hubei, Wadajir District, Mogadishu SomaliaThe incidence of suicide/Explosive Devices in Somalia has increased markedly in recent years, making suicide a major social problem. Between 2011 and 2015, the annual number of suicides increased from 35% to 65 %; the most dramatic increase occurred in middle-aged men, the group showing the greatest increase in depression. Recent studies have shown that prevention campaigns are effective in reducing the total number of suicides in various areas like, Gedo, Middle-Jubba,Lower-Shabele as well as Banadir in Somalia.
Such interventions have been targeted at relatively urban populations, and national data from public health and clinical studies are still needed. The Somali governments have not yet established the goal of reducing the annual number of suicides from 2011 to 2015 by thousand died; toward this end, several programs have been proposed, including the Mental Barrier Free Declaration, and the Guidelines for the Management of Depression by Health Care Professionals and Public Servants. However, the number of suicides has not declined over the past 6 years. Achieving the national goal during the remaining years will require extensive and consistent campaigns dealing with the issues and problems underlying suicide/explosive as well as simple screening methods for detecting depression. These campaigns must reach those individuals whose high-risk status goes unrecognized. In this review paper, we propose a strategy for the early detection of suicide risk by screening for depression according to self perceived symptoms. This approach was based on the planed symposium Approach to the Prevention of Suicide in Clinical and Occupational Medicine held at the 1st Conference of the Somali Youth 2015 agendas.
info@sydf,orgYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to school, High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hhVLdurpc2YLack of GuidanceSYDF as well as https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/suicide-explosive-prevention-proposal-for-young/x/9747085Somali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) Somali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) Somali Youth Development Foundation’s (SYDF) Yeshttp://sydf.org/
2/16/2015 18:49:07MrS Jacob ScherrNRDCUSAEnvironmentKebirichi -Ogembo, KenyaI am looking for more details re this project and the larger afforestation program in Kenya.


Kenya



Kebirichi - Ogembo Township



Afforestation



State in 130m tree plan for conservation. The government plans to plant 130 million trees countrywide this financial year for environmental conservation.According to the Senior Assistant Director of Kenya Forestry Services,five major water towers which have less forest cover would be target4d during the planting exercise. He cited Mount Kenya, Mau, Aberdare,Cherengani and Mount Elgon as the five forests whic need to be rehabilitated.
jscherr@nrdc.orgNo>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of ActionNo ideaNo ideaNOhttp://www.nrdc.org
2/20/2015 13:35:02MissMedrine Kagendo KanampiuDAS/KFDWBKenyaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentTurkwellTurkwell Irrigation Project: The Kenya Government to launch Turkwell irrigation project.The government is preparing a master-plan for a 700,000 acres irrigation project to be launched in 2015 along the Turkwell belt that stretches four counties to improve food production and enhance food security,create jobs and other livelihoods ,Deputy President William Ruto has said.The Deputy President has disclosed that Indian investors have expressed interest in the project aimed at providing the mainly pastoralist communities in West Pokot,Baringo,Keiyo,Marakwet and Turkana Counties with jobs,a ready supply of food for consumption and for sale to other food -deficient counties.He has stated that the plan is in top-gear and all county chiefs are being engaged by top government officials seeking for their support for the project that is aimed at helping locals transform their traditional practice of keeping livestock."we need to address the issue of cattle-rustling in the entire region once and for all,This nonsense that claims lives must come to an end.It is primitive and unacceptable in this era," he has said.kagendomedrine1@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsThe Indian InvestorskERIO VALLEY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY,SUB-COUNTY GOVERNMENTSCOUNTY GOVERNMENTSMinistry of Agriculture Fisheries and Livestock DevelopmentYes
2/25/2015 9:08:52MissMedrine Kagendo KanampiuDAS/Knowledge For Development Without BordersKenyaScience & TechnologySiayaMining: Siaya woos firms to exploit minerals.Governor Cornel Rasanga has complained over lack of technology to map,explore and exploit Siaya county's vast mineral resources.He has said Siaya is endowed with vast mineral resources,especially gold,which is found in almost corners of the county.Production is done by artisan miners,who work under poor conditions using rudimentary technologies that expose them to environmental and health hazards.''We invite prospective investors and partners to help us with appropriate technologies that we can use to exploit these resources''the governor said when launch of Law and Environmental Governance (ILEG) and Siaya Community Resource Center. Canadian High Commissioner David Angell said Canadian mining multinationals were willing to assist with necessary mining resources.kagendomedrine1@gmail.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsCIDASub-County GovernmentsCounty GovernmentMinistry of Mining and The National TreasuryYes
2/25/2015 9:24:33MissMedrine Kagendo KanampiuDAS/Knowledge For Development Without BordersKenyaEnvironmentNairobiEnvironmental management and Sustainability: Sh13 billion to upgrade major dump sites in Nairobi County.it will cost sh13 billion to convert the Dandora dump site into a fully-fledged waste recycling plant,Governor Evans Kidero has said.The project will be funded by Japan International Co-operation Agency(JICA) and have its final disposal point in Ruai.In the statement,the governor's office confirmed it had submitted an environment assessment report for the 43.5 hectares in Dandora and Ruai sites to the National Environmental Management Authority.'' The technology we intend to use poses a danger to in and out-bound airplanes,(the risk of) collision with birds will be completely minimized.It will also put measures to curb toxic gas emissions'' The project is also expected to create hundreds of jobs,reduce interdependence and revamp economic development in the household levels.kagendomedrine1@gmail.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsJICASub-County GovernmentsCounty GovernmentMinistry of Environment,National Environmental Management AuthorityYes
2/27/2015 13:59:33MrNicodemus Siayi SokoMMMM CSYM HUDMA TANZANIATanzaniaUrban DevelopmentSanu Barray Mbulu TanzaniaWe are seeking to see that family,youth and even children and their livelihood are having something to do in life. Learning from nearest town of Arusha there is a need to start an Industrial Corner at our township in Mbulu where young people would get jobs.Their existence and in their fight for livelihood they are exploited as they have weak bargaining power these are future leaders without power.Establishment of an Industrial Corner would support our cause to fight Poverty. Children land here because they have been living in utter poverty and they find their family in difficult situation. In this area children being highly vulnerable are exploited for child labour, trafficked into homes in towns and later used as sex business, young Girls do suffer cheap living and forced into sex without their will.When an Industrial Corner is established they get jobs.Local Government Authority had nothing in this matter as they knew what is going on.We look forward to your support.manyara.ecdnetwork@googlemail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationNot yet establishedLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsNo donors yet involvedMDCMDCLGAYeshttp//:www.csmbtz.co.tz
2/28/2015 3:24:04MrKrishna M. GautamAgeing NepalNepalSocial DevelopmentKathmanduThe percentage and proportion of older people in total population is increasing at unprecedented rate because of the decreasing birth and increasing life expectancy. But the government and society in general is not geared to address the issues of older people. For example (a) legal system that are biased against older people, (b) lack of trained human resources on Gerontology and Geriatrics care, (c) lack of data on the concerns of older people and so on. ageingnep@gmail.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsHelpage International ONLYVillage Development CommitteeDistrict Development CommitteeMinistry of women, children and social welfareYeshttp://www.ageingnepal.org/
2/28/2015 14:01:38MrJustus Lavi MwololoKenya Small Scale farmers Forum (KESSFF)KenyaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentNairobiKESSFF is a grassroot village based network of Small Scale farmers (SSFs) born out the UN World Summit on Sustainable Development (WWSSD02 ) held ij Jorgburg South Africa in August 2002.
We bring together SSFs to articulate issues affecting us namely domestic and global policies,
domestic and international market access, SSFs friendly credit all this is view of fighting poverty which is rampant amongst us.
We wish these issues address by Global Governments and all organisations that care about poverty eradication.
kkessff@yaoo.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of ActionWorld Vision, ActionAID, INADES Formation, OXFARM, UNDP, FAO, DFID, EU, USAID, AUSAID, SIDA, CIDA DANINDA AU, EAC, ACCORD, OWINFSCounty Goverment AgenciesCounty Government AgenciesKenya Central Goverment AgenciesNO
3/1/2015 11:35:03MrNgwa Wilson ForbiIntegrated Youth Volunteer Foundation (IYVF)CEMAC Countries PovertyRural and Urban Communities .CEMAC Children with disabilities (CCWD) are among the most stigmatized and excluded of children around the world; girls and adolescent girls with disabilities are among the most disadvantaged due to discrimination against their sex, climate change, gender inequality disability and other factors, such as poverty and ethnicity. Children with disabilities are likely to have poorer health, less education, less economic opportunity, live in greater poverty and deal with more inequalities than their counterparts without disabilities.
‘Disability’ is an evolving concept – it can be physical, mental, intellectual and/or sensory; some children are born disabled and others become disabled due to an accident, injury, malnourishment or disease. Disabilities can range from moderate to severe, some are permanent and others are temporary. Many are preventable and are linked directly to poverty (lack of health care and immunizations, poor nutrition, etc.)
It is estimated that over 1 billion people in the world today live with a disability, which includes about
80% living in developing countries and 20% of the world’s poorest and most disadvantaged people.
It is calculated that about 1 in every 10 children in the world copes with a disability and only 2-3% of disabled children in low income countries go to school. In general, data on people with disabilities, particularly children with disabilities, are lacking or underestimated. This is due to factors such as stigma, isolation, families hiding disabled children and not being counted in census reports.

While significant progress has been made – e.g. over 100 countries have ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities by governments and the international development community to support children with disabilities appear to be increasing – the CEMAC National Partnership on Children with Disabilities (CNPcwd) is a Call to Action to address the significant need for more effective coordination and cooperation .

While the Integrated Youth Volunteer Foundation (IYVF) are working together at the CEMAC Countries (Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of Congo ) ,global and national level on advocacy to enhance coordination and results amongst the local partners and establish new relationship in line with the overarching objectives which include:
1)-To integrate the rights of children with disabilities into the disability agenda and child-focused agendas; and
2)-To advocate for an inclusive approach to development that acknowledges children and disability.
-Identify what are the key challenges /opportunities at CEMAC level for children with disabilities.
-Agree critical CEMAC common objectives and specific plan, or framework of results, etc. and suggested time frame, resources needed to support children with disabilities etc.
-Leverage international cooperation in country level following Article 32 of the CPRD.
-Establish and seek legislative endorsement for a coherent policy and legal framework for children with disabilities within the CEMAC .
-To integrate children with disabilities into the disabilities agenda and child focused agendas 2015 in the CEMAC ;
-To provide a platform for CEMAC COUNTRIES to advocate for an inclusive approach to development that acknowledges children and disability.
-To establish National Partnership on children on with disabilities (NPcwd) within the CEMAC Region.
Partner and create opportunities with interested researchers to collect quantitative and qualitative results evidence and technical content in order to underscore the importance of partners and researchers needed for implementation (NPcwd) in the CEMAC REGION.


infoiyvf@yahoo.caYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationSee http://www.iyvf-cameroon.orgInsufficient mobilization of fundsUNICEF , Global Partnership on children with disabilities .

Disabled people organizations, civil society organizations, local stakeholders ,local chieves, divisional delegation of social affaires ,parents and single parents with children with disabilities ,Mayors counsellors etcCEMAC Head of States ,CEMAC Abassedors ,Researchers,local government officials . Yeshttp://www.iyvf-cameroon.org
3/1/2015 13:55:57MrNgwa Wilson ForbiINTEGRATED YOUTH VOLUNTEER FOUNDATION (IYVF)Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of Congo.PovertyRural and Urban Communities .The goal context in relation to poverty and development has evolved significantly since the millennium declaration .International development stakeholders are discussing possible post-MGD frameworks and beyond 2015 initiatives, this presents an important opportunity for National Partner on Children with Disabilities (NPcwd) and the Government of CEMAC Countries as disability advocate to influence the agenda and to call for critical inequality and discrimination to be address.
The NPwcd will mobilize advocacy efforts to ensure that future national development frameworks comprehensively and clearly acknowledge the right of people with Disabilities in line with the intentional convention on the Rights of Persons with disabilities. This national and international recognition would enable enhanced advocacy by, and empowerment of, people with disabilities and increased financial incentive for disabilities –inclusive programmes for children and people with disabilities.
In line with the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), the Convention on the Right of child (CRC), to the protection and welfare of persons with disabilities signed by the head of state, the partnership provides a platform for advocacy and collective action to ensure the rights of children with disabilities are included in and prioritized by both the disability agenda and child-focused agendas,

While the Integrated Youth Volunteer Foundation (IYVF) are working together at the CEMAC Countries (Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of Congo ) ,global and national level on advocacy to enhance coordination and results amongst the local partners and establish new relationship in line with the overarching objectives which include:
1)-To integrate the rights of children with disabilities into the disability agenda and child-focused agendas; and
2)-To advocate for an inclusive approach to development that acknowledges children and disability.
-Identify what are the key challenges /opportunities at CEMAC level for children with disabilities.
-Agree critical CEMAC common objectives and specific plan, or framework of results, etc. and suggested time frame, resources needed to support children with disabilities etc.
-Leverage international cooperation in country level following Article 32 of the CPRD.
-Establish and seek legislative endorsement for a coherent policy and legal framework for children with disabilities within the CEMAC .
-To integrate children with disabilities into the disabilities agenda and child focused agendas 2015 in the CEMAC ;
-To provide a platform for CEMAC COUNTRIES to advocate for an inclusive approach to development that acknowledges children and disability.
-To establish National Partnership on children on with disabilities (NPcwd) within the CEMAC Region.
Partner and create opportunities with interested researchers to collect quantitative and qualitative results evidence and technical content in order to underscore the importance of partners and researchers needed for implementation (NPcwd) in the CEMAC REGION.
infoiyvf@yahoo.caYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationSee http://www.iyvf-cameroon.orgInsufficient mobilization of fundsUNICEF(Global Partnership on Children with Disabilities).Disabled people organizations, civil society organizations, local stakeholders ,local chieves, divisional delegation of social affaires ,parents and single parents with children with disabilities ,Mayors counsellors etcCEMAC Head of States ,CEMAC Abassedors ,Researchers,local government officials .Yeshttp://www.iyvf-cameroon.org
3/3/2015 3:27:19Mrsie kwasi owusu williamsBanda Ahenkro Widows AssociationGhanaPovertyBanda AhenkroIn the Banda District of Ghana widows where treating bad, and female genital mutilation was exceeding in the district but since BAWA came to existence in 2009 all this has been come to an end through education and media programmes meeting chiefs and opinion leaders. bandaWidowhood@gmail.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationLack of GuidanceN/ABanda Traditional councilBanda District AssemblyRechard Bango chairmanYesbetterplace.org
3/3/2015 15:49:31MrANNOR DOUGLASPARTNERS IN DEVELOPMENTGHANAAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentBONSUA,OFFFINSO,ASHANTIWE HAVE IDENTIFIED LACK OF SUPPORT FOR THE RURAL YOUTH AND WOMEN AS A MAJOR SET FACING THE PEOPLE
OTHERS CHALLENGES ARE LACK OF CREDIT FACILITY,STORAGE,ACCESS TO MARKET,CHILDREN EDUCATION IS A PROBLEM,HEALTH FOR BOTH WOMEN AND CHILDREN IS PROBLEM,CLIMATE CHANGE IS A PROBLEM.
LACK OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY IS ALSO A MAJOR PROBLEM TO THE FARMERS
pardeve@yahoo.co.ukNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilization--Lack of ActionTHE LOCAL AUTHORITY ASSEMBLY
PARTNERS IN DEVELOPMENTAGRICULTURE DEPARTMENTFOOD AND AGRICUTURENO-
3/4/2015 12:21:53MissKabatabazi PatriciaCommunity based Impact Assessment Network for Eastern Africa(CIANEA)UgandaGenderKampalaGENDER; The roles and responsibilities of women and men and the relationship between them.
The way behaviors and identities are determined through the process of socialization.

Roles and expectations are:
Usually unequal in terms of power and control over decision-making, assets and freedom of action.
Change over time
Gender mainstreaming Is the process of assessing the implications for women and men of any planned action, including legislation, policies and programs in all areas and at all levels.

Gender mainstreaming:

As a strategy for making women’s as well as men’s concerns and experiences an integral dimension of the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies and programs in all political, economic and societal spheres, so that women and men benefit equally and inequality is not perpetuated.
The ultimate goal is to achieve gender equality by transforming the mainstream
kabatabazi1@yahoo.co.ukYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationno vedioLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsCommon wealth FoundatioCIANEACIANEACIANEAYeshttps://www.facebook.com/231011516980779/photos/pb.231011516980779.-2207520000.1420201407./231045553644042/?type=1&theater
3/4/2015 12:31:56MissAna TestingKFDWBAustriaScience & TechnologyWienTestingviskovicana1@gmail.comNo>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilization/Lack of GuidanceKFDWBKFDWBKFDWBKFDWBNOhttp://www.knowledgefordevelopmentwithoutborders.org/development-aid-tools/support/index.html
3/8/2015 1:50:54MrsREBECCA CHEPTOO CHIRCHIRKENYAAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentNANDI COUNTYAgribusiness mentorship of rural women for economic and social empowerment: Rural Women in Kenya lack access to resources due to low levels of education,lack of funding, low gender awareness, limited mentorship programmes, and low accessibility to information. This is due to the fact that women are responsible in the management of the family and the farm activities but does not decide on the the utilization of the outcomes of the farm.Access to education is limited and women‘s educational pursuits are often not encouraged. Instead, as mentioned above, early in life women are expected to take on the responsibilities of caring and supporting their family (for example, taking care of their parents or assisting in earning money to pay for the children's school fees). These responsibilities can be quite heavy and often deny women important experience and access to strategic information.Women often do not complete higher levels of education because they have children at a young age.Current laws in Kenya make inheritance and accumulation of wealth more difficult for women, hence severely limiting the ability to invest or save as their financial resources are a derivative of their lack of control or ownership of property. Men tend to control more of the family financial resources and can receive more financial support from the community. This therefore calls for support for mentoring these rural women by transforming their mindset from subsistence to entrepreneurship which then empowers them economically and socially. if this happens, dependency on the man's pocket is minimized hence improving their decision making on resource allocation and access to strategic information, and also be able to mentor the girl child.
jeptoorebecca@yahoo.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsAgricultural Sector development support programme, funded by SIDA(Sweidsh Government) and the Government of Kenya County Government of NandiMinistry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries NO
3/8/2015 2:44:03MrsREBECCA CHEPTOO CHIRCHIRKENYAAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentNANDI COUNTYAgribusiness mentorship of rural women for economic and social empowerment.Rural Women in Kenya
lack access to resources, have low levels of education
lack acces to credit,low gender awareness
Mentorship and guidance. In the Nandi community , women are economically and socially in-empowered. As a result of this, we have a crop of women who actually have un- exploited potential in the arena of rural development. If these women could be mentored to transform their subsistence activities to business then we could be sure of developing the community. children would be going to school, improved family nutrition and the general livelihood improved. The decision making ability and skills would also be enhanced as an empowered person.
jeptoorebecca@yahoo.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsAgricultural sector development support programmeCounty Government of NandiMinistry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries NO
3/8/2015 19:50:54MrAbdullahi Abdi MohamedSomali Youth Development Foundation (SYDF)SomaliaHumanitarian AidBula Hubei - Banadir-SomaliaThe incidence of suicide/Explosive Divices in Somalia has increased markedly in recent years, making suicide a major social problem. Between 2011 and 2014, the annual number of suicides increased from 35% to 55 %; the most dramatic increase occurred in middle aged men, the group showing the greatest increase in depression. Recent studies have shown that prevention campaigns are effective in reducing the total number of suicides in various areas like,Gedo, Middle Jubba,Lower Shabele as well as Banadir Somalia. Such interventions have been targeted at relatively urban populations, and national data from public health and clinical studies are still needed. The Somali government have not yet established the goal of reducing the annual number of suicides from 2011 to 2015 by thousand died; toward this end, several programs have been proposed, including the Mental Barrier Free Declaration, and the Guidelines for the Management of Depression by Health Care Professionals and Public Servants. However, the number of suicides has not declined over the past 6 years.

Achieving the national goal during the remaining years will require extensive and consistent campaigns dealing with the issues and problems underlying suicide/explosive , as well as simple screening methods for detecting depression. These campaigns must reach those individuals whose high risk status goes unrecognized. In this review paper, we propose a strategy for the early detection of suicide risk by screening for depression according to self perceived symptoms. This approach was based on the planed symposium Approach to the Prevention of Suicide in Clinical and Occupational Medicine held at the 1st Conference of the Somali Youth 2015 agendas.

Depending on sampling procedures and research methods. About 11% of all non natural deaths are suicide related. On average 9.5% of non natural deaths in young people are due to suicide. It is a complex phenomenon and risk factors are, therefore, multifactorial and multidimensional. Some of the most important ones UNDP attack, Hotel Shamoow, as Well as Presidential House as identified examples and several priorities and prevention possibilities for reducing suicidal behavior are recommended.

The outline and structure for such a national suicide prevention programme is underpinned by research undertaken locally and internationally.

It requires a comprehensive multi sectoral approach that involves both health care and non health care sectors and action at various levels utilising a framework based on a set of guiding principles and a range of strategies with specific objectives as a national priority within an interdisciplinary context through youth to youth wise management.
info@sydf.orgYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to school, High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhVLdurpc2YLack of Action1. http://www.eventbrite.com/e/to-mobilize-communities-and-children-for-the-incidence-of-suicideexplosive-divices-in-somalia-as-tickets-16074954622
2.https://www.indiegogo.com/campaigns/suicide-explosive-prevention-proposal-for-young/edit/#/
3. Local diasporas
Somali Youth Development Foundation (SYDF)Local Member of perlaiamentCommunity elites/ EldersYeshttp://sydf.org/
3/9/2015 2:59:20MrKrishna M. GautamAgeing NepalNepalSocial DevelopmentKathmanduThe number of 60+ population is increasing due to increased life expectancy over the last decades. This population remained in shadow in all development efforts of the past. Therefore the government, community and even families are not well equipped with the necessary policies. organizations, legal instruments, knowledge and skill to take proper care of this increasing section of the population.ageingnep@gmail.comNo>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationhttp://www.ageingnepal.org/?cat=49Little or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsHelpAge International ONLYAgeing NepalMinistry of Women Children and Social Welfare, Government of NepalYeshttp://www.ageingnepal.org/
3/10/2015 3:40:01MrSrinivasa Naidu BHOPE FOR THE HARVEST ORGANIZATIONIndiaPovertySATHUPALLY, KhammamTo remove poverty our organization prepared a plan of action.
1. To provide needy training in market demand courses to the unemployed persons to stand on their own legs.
2. To provide needy training to the farmers for agricultural development.
3. To provide needy income generation activities training to SHGs for their development.
hopefortheharvestministry@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationour survey reportLack of ActionNoMPDODist CollectorNoYeshopefortheharvest.biz.ly
3/10/2015 20:37:04MrBenard BanturakiReal Agency for Community DevelopmentUgandaEnvironmentEndiinzi, Bukanga, Isingiro-KampalaTo sensitize community to conserve the environment.banturakibenard@gmail.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationNIlLack of GuidanceNilDistrict Environmental officerDistrict Environmental officerNEMANOhttp://www.racd-uganda.org
3/11/2015 14:35:48MrLUKE KAPCHANGAEMONYO YEFWE INTERNATIONALKENYAEnvironmentMUJIThe Bungoma County has an area of 3,032.2 sq. Km and lies between 1,200 and 1,800 meters above sea level and experiences mean temperatures of 23 degrees centigrade. Its latitude stands at 0.57 with the longitude of 34.56. The population of Bungoma is estimated at 1,630,934 (as projected in 2009) of which female constitute 52% while male are 48%. Age percentage distribution stands at; 0-14 years 45.9 %, 15-64 years 51.4 % and over 65 years 2.3%.
The region has a population density of 453.5 people per sq. Km with a national percentage of 3.6%. Poverty level index stand at 53% while age dependency ration is at 93.8.
The ecosystem degradation caused by erosion, overgrazing, deforestation, growing of crops on sloping land, contamination, organic matter& nutrient depletion among others. Land degradation is a serious problem .Properly implemented EbA projects have the potential to deliver benefits for local communities including food security, shelter , risk reductions, freshwater and medicine supply and local climate regulation. Healthy revegated river banks, and road reserves defend against erosion and soil stability.To fight deforestation , reclaim degraded reserves, overuse of chemicals.
Engage in policy formulation & implementation for sustainable farming practices.
Improving water efficiency, support adaptation measures by all actors.
Raising awareness, promoting organic farming, encourage compositing , planting local tree species.
wanjalaluke1@gmail.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of ActionUNDP & UNEP.COUNTY MINISTRY FOR ENVIRONMENTMINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL RESOURCES.NO
3/11/2015 17:18:35MrJustine Toroitich KuruiKENYA COMMUNITY HEALTH NETWORKKenyaHealthEldoretKenya community Health Network (KCHN), is a National none partisan non-governmental organization registered on 17TH April 2003 with Non Governmental organizations Board of Kenya. It partners with stakeholders to promote development in rural, Peri-urban and urban Kenya.

We are committed to the increased access to quality health care for all people regardless of their economic or social background.

KCHN promote equitable access to and management of safe and adequate water, for domestic supply, sanitation, food security and environmental sustainability, to contribute to a world with equal access to resources and opportunities for development by providing financial support and exchange of knowledge with Primary focus being the prevention of disease and poverty reduction.


We call for good governance that works to alleviating poverty and human suffering.

Kenya Community Health Network chooses to focus grants on a few carefully selected health and Development issues to achieve more impact with the grants available. Resources are committed under seven vitally important areas of developmental concerns critical to overall well-being.
Our passion is with that of local community, the peoples well being is our main concern, we are an entry point into the community and we desire a strong and quality health care and development approach that is reachable and supportive to all .The often neglected people who cannot afford medicine and medical services should be addressed because ours is to close in the health care inequalities gap by targeting the poor.

We are working with partners to:

Bring health care to the community through our Health Access Programs,
Tighten the link between individuals and community health clinics through our Empowerment Program,
Address the root causes of poor health by strengthening ,empowering individuals and communities to be health through health education ,advocacy and leadership programs and,
Promote women’s and men’s equitable access to, and management of water ,for domestic supply, sanitation, food security and environmental sustainability

KCHN promote Disease prevention and service delivery through:

Information, Education and Communication. I.E.C/BCC
Reproductive health / family planning
Tuberculosis intervention programme
HIV/AIDS Advocacy, Awareness, Prevention and Support
Malaria Sensitization and Prevention Programme
Research, Lobby and Advocacy
Capacity building of other like minded community based organizations
Anti-Tobacco and Drug Abuse Advocacy/Lung Cancer
Mental Health Promotion/Advocacy
Lifestyle Diseases (like Hypertension, Diabetes, Choler etc
Optical and Dental Health promotion


Nutrition
We engage right expertise and practices that help prevent malnutrition, including demonstrating effective breast feeding, cultivating and preparing nutritious food, providing food as part of emergency relief efforts, and managing reward-for-work projects to help communities improve infrastructure

Economic empowerment and development
We Support economic activities for self reliance and development.

Water
Sanitation and Environmental Health – KCHN helps communities build and maintain clean water systems and latrines and educates people about good hygiene practice to reduce the risk of illness.

Agriculture and food security
We assist community to produce more food and increase their income while managing their natural resources and preserving the environment for future generations

Education and Research
We promote and facilitate discussion between stakeholders and other members of the community to overcome the barriers to education that can keep families in a cycle of poverty and engage in research that better improve the attainment of our overall objectives.

Supporting Education for Development
We have a dream to support grassroots educational initiatives that educate everyone including girls so that each individual can become an agent of change in the social and economic development of their own communities.
Development and the betterment of society are sustainable only when local communities build capacity to create their own solutions and in particular address the challenges of the poor and the orphaned.

Community Empowerment
The Community Empowerment Program aims at building capacities and resources for poverty reduction and disease prevention. Through this program KCHN mobilizes communities and work with existing community networks to create knowledge and awareness in order to bridge the gap between the society and authority (stakeholders) for improved realization of health, human rights and development.

Human Rights Documentation and Advocacy
The goal of Human Rights Documentation and Advocacy Programme is to document, influence and advocate for human rights and health law policies, plans, laws and best practices that impact and improve the social justice in health, access to medicines, and human rights in Kenya.

Other main concerns are:

Safety & Security
Conflict mitigation and management
Freedom from family and sexual violence
kchnkenya@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationN/AInsufficient mobilization of fundsN/ACounty GovernmentCountyGovernmentNational GovernmentYeshttp://www.kchn.weebly.com
3/11/2015 17:29:43MrNyamiye HermenegildeHuman Health Aid-BurundiBurundiPovertyBujumburaWe are looking volunteers for our project in WASH . This project targets to victims of flooding and landslides and would help for health and development issues. nyamiye@hotmail.comYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kcI-t4OMmQInsufficient mobilization of fundsWe are trying to mobilize funds form Humanitarian Innovation UK> We need volunteer to proof reading the proposal, those who are previously experienced in this activity and those who may accept the partnership for such project in BurundiNyamiye HermenegildeYes
3/11/2015 17:37:53MrJustine Toroitich KuruiKENYA COMMUNITY HEALTH NETWORKKenyaPovertyKerio Valley-Baringo County-kenyaCall to funding of initiatives to avert possible oil related conflict in Kenya
Kenya Community Health Network is working towards disease prevention, poverty reduction, and peace in respect to fundamental human rights in all communities. Our determination is to improve health and the socio-economic wellbeing of individuals, families, and communities.
I am making this critical call for financial support for our organization to carry out civic education and peace building engagement, sensitization, awareness, advocacy and dialogue in the marginalized Kerio Valley communities in Kenya where Oil and gas exploration is being undertaken as further extension oil blocks from Turkana, the communities of Kerio Valley,the areas currently under high level of oil exploration in Kenya is are at great unease .
Having very clear indicator of the over seventy percent percentage probability to strike more viable oil and gas according to Oil exploring companies, the people of Kerio Valley in Rift Valley because of lack of clear background knowledge on the potential conflict causes in the current conflict oil producing nations and its similarities to the underlying issues they are now raising that are greatest and probable contributors to fueling conflict in coming days is our great concern.
The gross violations of the rights of the marginalized and poor communities are currently taking shape in so many forms.
The violations include:
Denial of equitable access to socio-economic Justice and benefits
It is several decades that the people along kerio valley have been left deliberately by past government regimes from acquiring ownership of land and more in the indecent assault of their dignity by declaring their land wild life zones areas without asking for their consent and input and if any by compromised individuals who are paid to do so. Often the acceptance was out of intimidation and force to the people citing their poverty and inability to voice their rights because of their weakness. All leaders over the years have neglected and acted deaf to all calls to make the people settle rightly at their land of inheritance and let them be consulted and respected in providing lasting solutions.
There are allegations and strong believes by the local community that the state was aware since Kenya’s independence of the potential of the Valley and to pave was for scramble by the powerful political correct persons, development was intentionally retarded in these areas because of its vast mineral, oil and gas potential.
There was clear understanding of its touristic attractions and thus all avoidance to issue titles was to be time bomb. It is however sad that in places like fluorspar mining, powers took over community land which is now fully and powerfully owned by powerful companies run by powerfully political correct persons.
Because of Greed, resources is selfishly harvested or exploited to benefit the most powerful and the mighty few. The community due to the dictatorial systems of Governance found it difficult to bring forth their arguments, demand and rights in fear of punitive action against them.
Livelihoods and health is compromised and perpetuated poverty because land value and use is made ancient and unfruitful and dangers to human life have been increasing over years in many forms.
Wild life destroy personal property as plant, crops without compensation and actually the people became fully immersed into the wild as wild people and wild life.
The Trent recently repeated when oil explored traversed personal property without adequately compensating or failing to totally compensate which is a copy of the historical trend the community is subsequently subjected to.
Currently, under the openings in the new constitution, the people still are not aware of all avenues to access Justice and redress and if aware are less equipped with understanding of political, legal and social cultural approaches that are in line with the fundamental constitutional rights both national and international laws.
As a civil society organization, support to carry out clear sensitization, awareness and support clear possible legally acceptable documentation is our big concern. We need resources to facilitate our efforts and our mandate to help the people seek soci economic Justice from the government and all existing systems.
The Freedom of expression, Right to Protection by state, right to earn a decent living etc remain a futile dream if the communities right to air their views, to be heard and to be protected by the state is not respected. I am making my valid point that without organizations having interest on this cause will be a big loss and a backward move in the civil society sphere. It is a plea to all supporting bodies to reduce their bureaucratic channels and high level critiquing on proposal and check on our call on point of reason to avoid academic write ups in future that will never solve any problem that are currently underway that only require mitigation measures that are clear focused into future conflict avoidance by creating long term solutions now.
I make this plea simple and all those concerned and would like to support right processes by the state and all actors to come in aid of all communities who have their voices weakened by powerful systems.
With thanks,
Yours faithfully,
Justine T. Kurui,
Director of Programs
Kenya Community Health Network
kchnkenya@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationN/ALack of ActionN/ACounty GovernmentCountyGovernmentNational GovernmentYeshttp://www.kchn.weebly.com
3/11/2015 17:45:46MrJustine Toroitich KuruiKENYA COMMUNITY HEALTH NETWORKKenyaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentMarakwetCherangany hills complex requires urgent conservation campaign and a strategy to train the community conserve one of Kenyas five major water towers .
Unless the community livelihoods is enhanced,there will be merciless destruction of the forest that has helped peasants for generations.
We will address conservation and address livelihood promotion for health and poverty alleviation through interventions that are local innovations.
kchnkenya@gmail.comNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationn/aLack of ActionnoneCounty GovernmentCountyGovernmentNational GovernmentYeshttp://www.kchn.weebly.com
3/11/2015 17:56:57MrMohamed AbdiwaliCenter for Peace and Research in Puntland (CPR)SomaliaHealthBursalah, Goldogob district in Mudug regionThe aim of the project is to provide health assistance to vulnerable rural communities in Bursalah town and its surrounding villages. This will enable vulnerable communities in the remote areas to access their health rights and enjoy better health to participate their family and other human being obligations. By implementing this project the vulnerable women and children in the remote areas will get better treatment and health, nutrition and personal hygiene orientation. The project will also contribute realization of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) regarding health and applying to Sustainable development Goals (SDG).

Following interventions are needed.

• Operationalize the Bursalah Health Clinic to enable access to health facilities
• Improve the operation and the service delivery of the health center to the vulnerable communities, particularly women, children and elderly persons in Bursalah area
• Upgrading service delivery capacity of the clinic staff through short professional medical training on nursing, midwifery, laboratory and communicable diseases.
• Extend support on necessary activities including procurement of equipment consisting of laboratory apparatus and chemical reagents, clinic office equipment. Short
cpr.puntland@gmail.colmYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2b5ZOZggQs, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdqP7Qfktho, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AygEruFyeHMInsufficient mobilization of fundsFollowing organization are involved in Bursalah village

DRC Diaspora program
UNHCR
Nado Association
Center fro Peace and research
Somali Street children Assocation
Galdogob dirstrict authorityPuntland AuthorityNOn/a
3/13/2015 17:55:33MrDoumbouya IbrahimaDeveloppement Pour TousGuineaEnvironmentconakrylower Guineaongdevpourtous@gmail.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsGEF/PNUDfodé Bangoura Yes
3/16/2015 13:54:46MissMedrineKagendo KanampiuKenyaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentKisumuMore Pledges For Sugar Research In Kenya: EU pledges Sh300 million for sugar research.The European Union has pledged Sh300 million to improve sugar research in the country.Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Felix Koskei has said. Mr Koskei said that the Sugar Research Institute had also received an additional Sh80 million from the sugar directorate for seed multiplication and distribution to farmers.Speaking in Kisumu,he said the initiatives will help make the sugar industry competitive.kagendomedrine1@gmail.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsEUSub County GovernmentsCounty GovernmentsSugar Research Institute,Ministry of AgricultureYes
3/16/2015 14:15:17MissMedrineDAS/KFDWBKenyaNatural DisasterNairobiJapan Fund On Disaster Management: Kenya to tap into Sh360bn Japan fund.Kenya is among the countries that will benefit fromSh360 billion (US$4 billion) set aside by the Japanese Government to help countries cope with disasters. Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed said Kenya would benefit immensely from the wealth of knowledge and technology in disaster prevention and management that Japan has accumulated over the years. "Drought,famine and floods have been recurring disasters in Kenya,mainly affecting communities whose settlements and livelihoods are vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change,"said Ms Mohamed.The Cabinet Secretary was accompanying President Uhuru Kenyatta in the ongoing third United Nations Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction being held in Japan. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said his government had set aside US$ 4 billion to help countries cope with disasters."Japan will train over40,000 government officials and local leaders to play a leading role in national disaster risk reduction," said Mr Abe. Disaster risk reduction is the subject of the conference which was attended by over 15 world leaders in Tohuku,Japankagendomedrine1@gmail.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsJapan GovernmentSub County GovernmentsCounty GovernmentsThe National TreasuryYes
3/18/2015 14:25:31MissMerwa AbdelkaderSaudi ArabiaEducationJeddahHuman rights have been violated for years in many centuries and in various communities and cultures. Such violation contributed in building unbalanced societies where individuals were not able to practice their simple rights. In fact, human rights instead should create a platform where tolerance, equality and justice are main concepts and where discrimination, abuse and violence have no place.
Education on the other hand is an essential human right for creating a powerful opportunities in terms of jobs creation, ending poverty and enabling individuals to participate with their opinion freely.
Individuals have some needs and requirements that fall under specific rights, if such rights are not provided then these needs will not be met. Such issue can create potential possibility for conflicts creation within societies. In order to overcome these conflicts, roots that cause such issues have to be first addressed and held.
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela.
Human rights education is not only a weapon, it is also a symbol of light for guiding people regardless of their age, religion, gender or ethnicity; to know their rights and defend these violated ones. It plants the sense of responsibility towards the individuals and serves the public interest.
The 26th universal declaration of human rights states that everyone has the right to be educated and education shall be accessed free for everyone. Such education enables humanity to create a culture where human rights are the main concerns and it involves values and skills to promote human right protection. These concepts and values that are held formally under education could be transferred further to be considered first informally among individuals within the societies and later institutionalized and taken for granted on daily bases.
Education in general is seen as one of the main human rights. One of the Millennium Goals is to achieve universal primary education, and to insure that by this year “2015” children everywhere and specifically in South Asia and Africa will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling. Since MDGs were lunched in many developing countries, they have successfully completed campaigns towards universal primary education.
By recognizing the importance of human rights education there has been a great progress and promising future for the generation. As a result, when society’s individuals are aware of their rights they will be responsible and active participants in their societies which will drive them to avoid violence and discrimination. Moreover, to live in a harmony while respecting other rights as the way they want their rights to be respected.
marwa.alamer@gmail.comNo100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsU.S.-Saudi Women's Forum on Social EntrepreneurshipSchool Yes
3/19/2015 7:45:19MrJames Ombeo Omwega,BCOM,PHAPDevelopment Aid Support/Knowledge For Development Without BordersKenyaInfrastructureKebirchi,Boochi,OgemboSUGAR FACTORY AT NYANGWETA IN SOUTH MUGIRANGO- Investors to build Sh20b factories in Kisii County: Indians to set up sugar factory and South African firm eyes recycling ventures in Kisii County Government with good investment climate,political stability,land for industrial development and ready labor and manpower.Investors are putting up factories worth Sh20 billion in Kisii this year.The investments include a sugar factory and a waste management plant. According to Kisii Trade Executive Mr Samuel Osoro Mogeni,an Indian investor will set up the Sh20 billion sugar firm at Nyangweta in South Mugirango.The sugar factory will be a boost to the sugarcane dependent region,which has been struggling due to poor prices and cheap imports that stifles sugarcane sector development. Mr Mogeni said more than 60 acres have already been identified and investors have started construction work.The factory is likely to directly employ at least 600 employees and hundreds of others indirectly as the county moves to address rising unemployment levels in an averagely populated County.The youth constitute a sizable critical component of the unemployed."Already machines have been shipped in from India and will be hauled to the construction site in the next few weeks" Mr Mogeni said.Early in the week,the County minister led a high-powered committee on investments to inspect the site."I can assure,we are through with mapping works,beacons have been erected and everything is rolling on well according to plan," he said.jamesomwega2008@yahoo.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsIndian InvestorsSub County GovernmentsCounty GovernmentsThe National Treasury and Relevant Governement Agencies.Yes
3/19/2015 8:14:17MrJames Ombeo Omwega,BCOM,PHAPDevelopment Aid Support/Knowledge For Development Without BordersKenyaEnvironmentKebirchi,Boochi,OgemboWaste Management Plant:The Kisii County Trade Executive Mr Samuel Osoro Mogeni,has further revealed that he is set to lead a highly powerful and well meaning delegation to Italy to explore how Enersi,an Italian Consortium,manages waste.The firm is set to launch operations in the County."There are tons of garbage that may become a headache later if we do not manage it well and timely," he said.Enersi has rolled out a similar project in South Africa."We want this firm to process fertilizer,which will lower the cost of the input and boost high yield to lessen the gap of food insufficiency in the County.In addition,,they can generate power by recycling the garbage,boosting power output," the minister authoritatively said.Mr Mogeni also said an invest conference will be held in April 2015 to showcase investment opportunities and potentials in the peaceful and economic development oriented county to lure more investors to the region."A committee has already been formed to work out modalities ahead of the key conference which will be held in Kisii,"Mr Mogeni said.Though the event was scheduled for an earlier date, the county did not have cash to hold it. A predominantly rural economy,Kisii County poverty level currently stands at 49.3%,above the national rate of 47%. Only 2 % of the burgeoning population is in formal employment while 56.5% are engaged in the largely unregulated informal sector,Governor James ongwae recently said the county needs to revamp the decaying infrastructure.Most bypass roads constructed six years ago have peeled off,highlighting the challenge that Mr Ongwae is grappling with."The rehabilitation of roads is an urgent priority,first within the Kisii,first within the Kisii town then the rural areas,"the governor said.Mr Ongwae said regular maintenance of roads and expanding the existing network will allow farmers to access their clients easily and at an affordable cost."We are targeting 500 kilometers of roads in the next two years" he said.jamesomwega2008@yahoo.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsEnersi of ItalySub County GovernmentsCounty GovernmentsThe National Treasury and Relevant Governement Agencies.Yes
3/19/2015 9:04:13MrJames Ombeo Omwega,BCOM,PHAPDevelopment Aid Support/Knowledge For Development Without BordersKenyaTradeKebirchi,Boochi,OgemboMombasa Port Development Project (Phase 2):Japan International Cooperation Agency - JICA provides Financial Assistance for the infrastructural development by applying Japanese technology to construct at the largest international port in East Africa to expand intraregional trade.The signing of agreement by the Japan International Cooperation Agency(JICA) and the Kenya Ports Authority(KPA) to provide a Japanese Official Development Assistance (ODA) Loan for the project of Mombasa port Development (phase 2) marks a major milestone in regional trade promotion.This ODA loan of up to 32.116 billion yen ( approximately KES. 24 billion) is the largest financial support since JICA commenced cooperation with Kenya in 1963.The project will construct Bert 22 to expand the new container terminal and provide cargo-handling equipment at the port of Mombasa,in response to the increasing demand for cargo volume. It will also make port management more efficient. Container traffic has been on the rise recently with the volume handled at the port tripling over the past decade from 300,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units)in 2002 to 1 million TEUs in 2014,with a projection of more than 2.6 million TEUs in 2005. JICA is now implementing Mombasa Port Development Project,phase1 under an ODA loan to construct a new container terminal expected to be completed by march 2016. Advanced Japanese Technology and management methods will be applied to the project (phase 2) as well as phase 1.Because the foundation where the terminal is being built is soft,there are difficulties in construction which will be addressed using special steel materials and ground engineering,outstanding technologies of Japan. In addition to the port development,there are other projects that JICA is supporting in Mombasa area.The construction of Dongo Kundu Bypass/Bridge and the study of SEZ master plan are now on-going.Revision of Mombasa port master plan is also being carried out,which will see a comprehensive port investment plan including the Freeport at Dongo Kundu area.Japan has just started the Assistance to support Mombasa County to formulate a City-wide urban master plan on the Northern Corridor.All these projects are critical and complementary to each other.At the 5th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD V), the Government of Japan set "Accelerating Infrastructure and Capacity Development" as a prioritized agenda,and is focusing on corridor development to contribute to economic and industrial development of the the continent.These projects will support the function of the gateway port to the hinterland landlocked countries,linked by the Northern Corridor,as well as Kenya itself.It is hoped that these projects will contribute to the social and economic development of Kenya and the region at large and we are looking forward that the Government of Kenya will host TCAD VI soon to promote our cooperation and friendship further.jamesomwega2008@yahoo.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsJICA - Japan International Cooperation AgencySSub County GovernmentsCounty GovernmentsThe National Treasury and Relevant Governement Agencies.Yes
3/19/2015 9:32:11MissMedrine Kagendo KanampiuDevelopment Aid Support/Knowledge For Development Without BordersKenyaInfrastructureKinoro,MeruMeru County To Build 300km Roads Cheaply: New technology has reduced the cost of tarmacking 1Kilometer from Sh70m to Sh30m. Construction of roads using cheap technology from Malasyia has started in Meru County.While a kilometer costs Sh 70 million to tarmac at the current market rates,Probase Standard technology reduces the cost to Sh 30 million.The Malasyian Government will give the County a Sh880 million loan to fund the construction.A 10 kilometer pilot project is complete and won President Uhuru Kenyatta's praises when toured the Meru County.Meru aims to tarmac 300 kilometers using the technology.Of the 4,000 kilometer road network in Meru,only 550 kilometers are tarmacked.President Kenyatta witnessed Kianjai-Miathene-Mikunduri road being tarmacked using the technology.The tchnology,launched in 1998,is currently being used in 13 countries in the world,including Uganda.Governor Peter Munya,his roads executive Newton Itobi and Probase Manufacturing SDN Company boss Seow Cheng soon will meet President Kenyatta to explore the possibility of spreading the technology to other parts of the country."The President requested we meet him to share more details technology," Mr Itobi told the Nation.Unlike the normal road construction where two lawyers of road are paved,the new one layer is compressed until no water can penetrate."The pavement structure is improved to between 150mm-200mm which reduces costs by three times,"Mr Itobi said. The county is waiting for the President's approval before it can get the loan from Malasyia's Exim Bank to construct 250 kilometers."The President inquired about the lifespan of the road,its defect liabilities and bearing capacity and was impressed,"Mr Itobi said.Mr Munya said the development of an extensive road system is at the heart of his development agenda."My government is banking on major constructions,especially roads for employment of hundreds of jobless youth,"Mr Munya said.kagendomedrine1@gmail.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsMalasyia Government

Exim Bank of Malasyia
Sub County GovernmentsCounty GovernmentsThe National Treasury and Relevant Governement Agencies.Yes
3/25/2015 13:18:32MrOnward ChirondaMy AgeZimbabweHealthMasvingoChild marriage is a major development threat in the lives of girls and young women worldwide. It fuels adolescent pregnancy, forces girls out of school and perpetuates a recurrence of poverty through disempowering girls and impairing their economic resilience. Today one out of nine girls is forced into marriage before age 15 worldwide and births to girls under age 15 are projected to nearly double in Sub-Saharan Africa in the next 17 years, from 2 million a year today to about 3 million a year in 2030. This projection is set to be a reality in the next few decades unless adequate actions are taken to address practices that drive adolescent pregnancies, particularly child marriage.
Zimbabwe has a dual legal system that allows for child marriage in customary law and yet speaks against it in statutory law. This duality has caused disproportionally high rates of child marriage in rural areas and corresponding high rates of teenage pregnancy. Child marriage persists in rural areas chiefly because of prevailing religious and cultural norms that allow it to take place as an acceptable practice. These norms include arranged marriages, pledging girls to families to appease ancestral spirits, and poverty driven trade-offs in which girls are sold off in marriage by poor families in exchange for livestock and money. Child marriage will continue legally in Zimbabwe under customary law if action is not taken from traditional leaders who judge and enforce laws in the rural areas.
An analysis carried out by a Zimbabwean research unit on child marriage, identified that governments are often either unable to enforce existing laws, or rectify discrepancies between national laws on marriage age and entrenched customary and religious laws. This is because of the “official tolerance of cultural, societal, and customary norms that shape and govern the institution of marriage and family life”. This problem is further compounded by the fact that the family is the custodian of culture, and some cultural practices - such as the payment of bride price - often expose the girl child to other harmful cultural practices like child marriage.
As a result, the median age of a first marriage in Zimbabwe has been declining from 19 years for women currently aged 45-49 years to 16 years for those aged 15-19 years. Additionally, 32 percent of the women aged 20-49 years old who are currently married or in a union were married before 18 years of age (rural areas 39%, and urban areas 21%). Consequently, the adolescent fertility rate has increased to 115 births per 1,000 women aged 15-19 years - up from 99 in 2005/6. Rural teenagers, those with less education, and those from the poorest sections of society, tend to start childbearing earlier than their urban, educated, wealthier counterparts.
myagezimbabwe@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgOuiP0QjVE, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hV9cq0jd6CwInsufficient mobilization of fundsn/aMoreblessing MavhikaNyasha SitholeOnward ChirondaNOFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/yedu4development/
4/7/2015 19:36:44OtherRAPHAEL OWUSUEZONE AFRICAGHANASocial DevelopmentKUMASIWe are an organization, promoting Youth Development through Sports using soccer/athletics as the vehicle to raise awareness of the powerful role that sports can play in the lives of the most vulnerable.
We organise gathering of people and inculcate into them unadulterated informed education, most especially the upcoming youth on how to make insightful right choices, psyching them through the dividends of their thinking to uphold on themselves commitment and take responsibilities of their own reactional choices and positive attitude towards the road of making effective change in order to help themselves and other people around to benefit so as to erode the sense of poverty in and around our deprived communities in Ghana.
We organized seminars’ and counselling session for business entities as well as corporate and governmental and non-governmental institutions and individuals who are passionate about touching lives through informed education.
The concept of our initiative is to the optimum fact that, most of Our up-coming youth in the rural communities are much equipped with talents, but due to the lack of adequate resources and help, they rather give up and render their lives to alcoholism, smoking, stealing from people`s farms and at the verge of indulging themselves into pre-marital sex, increasing productivity and its risk before their respective given time.
These abnormality changes begin right after they’ve noticed that they couldn’t make it through school because of:

1. Financial constrains
2. Less knowledge in academics
3. Lack of parental guidance
4. The hostility of their living environs
However, there are some crucial areas in their lives which perhaps could be assisted to be developed.
And with our feasibility study and some interviews of most young and old of our rural communities, expressed their concerns and which subjected to the fact that sports is the most adhere virtue of their youth which needs to be looked at because most of these young ones are very talented to play but since there is no further assistance and help, they rather entreat themselves into hostiles lifestyles such as:

1. Smoking 3. Pre-marital Sex
2. Excessive taking of alcohol 4. Stealing and other disloyal attitudes
5. Domestic violence
And if proper care is not taken to prevent these habits, we therefore endanger our lives and the nation at large when these sorted habits developed.
All these negative deeds contribute to the downfall of a nation which must critically be observed and prevented. This could be done by helping to develop the potential attributes of these young ones by showing interest into their capabilities.
And with this document, we are seeking for an assistance and partnership with you to help educate, informed and to develop their God given potentials which one way or the other is dying in them because of the lack of requisite nurturing and assistance.
We are an organization, promoting Youth Development through Sports using football as the vehicle to raise awareness of the powerful role that sports can play in the lives of the most vulnerable.
ezoneafrica.org@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationbosomtwe socceracademy/youtubeInsufficient mobilization of fundsezone africa
bosomtwe soccer academy
district assemblydceRaphael OwusuYeshttp://www.ezoneafrica.org
4/14/2015 11:52:07MrOKECH MCADAMUGANDA GREEN CHARCOALUGANDAEnergyAYAGO-PAROMBO, NEBBI DISTRICTUganda green charcoal is concerned with the global environment that has drawn attention on different platforms, highlighting the devastating effects as unfriendly actions continue to exert pressure on the green nature.

In Uganda, only 10% of the populations have access to electricity while the rest use firewood for cooking and other power requiring activities (NEMA 2013). As a result, deforestation is occurring at an alarming rate of 1% approximately 90,000 acres of forest cover annually at the center of deforestation is the lucrative trade, commonly known as "black gold". This problem is compounded by the high population growth rate of more than seven live birth per adult female. As a result, the country has been plighted with deforestation at a magnitude beyond comprehension.

To this, realizing the environmental challenges affecting our country, we the founder members resolve to form a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) known as UGANDA GREEN CHARCOAL
ugandagreencharcoal@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsNONESUB COUNTY LEVELLC 5MEMBER OF PARLIAMENTYes
4/22/2015 15:10:56MrNicodemus Siayi SokoMMMM CSYM HUDMA TANZANIATanzaniaPovertySanu Barray Mbulu TanzaniaYour organization had its headquarters in Vienna you also mentioned that you are working to empower local Citizen to know, understand, secure and enforce their roles, responsibilities, and engagements for the success of the MDGs and forthcoming SDGs.When will this happen,and how many have been given support.The time for literature wa in 1970;but now is the time for action.Give examples and even where you have given what you said so through our field Operations -Would please what is the outcome of our request which more than three now.?siayians2008@googlemail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationNLLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsNOVAMDCLGAYeshttp//:www.csmbtz.co.tz
4/30/2015 15:29:06MrOKECH MCADAMUGANDA GREEN CHARCOALUGANDAEnvironmentAYAGO-PAROMBO, NEBBI DISTRICTUganda green charcoal is concerned with the global environment that has drawn attention on different platforms, highlighting the devastating effects as unfriendly actions continue to exert pressure on the green nature.

In Uganda, only 10% of the populations have access to electricity while the rest use firewood for cooking and other power requiring activities (NEMA 2013). As a result, deforestation is occurring at an alarming rate of 1% approximately 90,000 acres of forest cover annually at the center of deforestation is the lucrative trade, commonly known as "black gold". This problem is compounded by the high population growth rate of more than seven live birth per adult female. As a result, the country has been plighted with deforestation at a magnitude beyond comprehension.

To this, realizing the environmental challenges affecting our country, we the founder members resolve to form a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) known as UGANDA GREEN CHARCOAL
ugandagreencharcoal@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsLOCAL COMMUNITY DONATIONSHONOURABLE OMWONYAYes
4/30/2015 16:58:34MrJoanes toulac JangChild Aid Development Foundation InternationalCameroonEducationSanta, BamendaLivelihood of the people in Santa is based on agricultural production under the subsistence farming system. By the year 1980s, the area’s economy was based on coffee production which was affected by the coffee wilt and dissolved completely and this problem contributed a lot towards the economic backwardness of the community and parents therefore, become chronically poor and passive.

Many people in the area have been strongly infected /affected by the HIV/AIDS and other diseases like Malaria. As a result of the pandemic, a big number of children are orphans mainly with care givers who mostly cannot provide them with the basic school requirements.

The school has outdated classroom block which was constructed and the roofs is currently leaking heavily and the walls with cracks possess serious risk to the lives of the boys and girls. This block accommodates four classrooms and during rainy season, classes are conducted under tree shade or the nearby Church which is also too old. This building in its current condition is not a healthy environment for learning and requires immediate attention to save the boys and girl’s life and this provides a good learning environment.

The poor learning environment with; Lack of enough improved classrooms, Lack of good latrine for boys, Lack of bathrooms especially the girl child, Lack of adequate seating facility and other has led to reduction in the number of children and hence growth in school drop out .

The low incomes due to the existing HIV/AIDs infections and crop diseases, very few parents/care givers can afford the fulfillment of School requirements and to solicit funds for school’s improvement and therefore, the existing outdated classroom block and failure of the parents and community to put in place other important structures, contributes a lot towards the dropouts of children, main in upper classes and again, the situation is very dangerous for the young people who come for learning. Therefore, there is a greater need for financial support to construct new permanent structures in order to improve the School’s learning environment and to avoid the risks.

This project attempts to address the situation mentioned above, with the overall aim of creating an enabling and conducive quality learning environment to both children and communities.
There is therefore, a very urgent need to provide support to the School by constructing new classrooms, a new VIP Latrine and provision of desks to reduce the high ratios and sustaining the boys and girls in school.

The project will facilitate a participatory process where committee members consisting of children, parents and communities will be identified and equipped with basic skills to manage the school facilities. Technical support will be sought from the District Water and Education offices to contribute to the construction and the maintenance of the school facilities for sustainability.
joanes@childaid-cameroon.orgYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of ActionNone for nowChild Aid Development Foundation InternationalDivisional OfficerMinistry of Basic EducationYeshttp://www.childaid-cameroon.org
5/11/2015 23:26:35MrHERBERT BAGYENYI KAJOKIONE VILLAGE UGANDAugandaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentNYAKAHITA, NYABUSHABI, KABALEOne village Uganda project is a non profit organisation which helps the community or helps to transform poor/needy communities into a better life living through agriculture,education, tourism and the word of Christ for sustainable development.
We are therefore looking for funds for training in formal of education to peasants, supply of inmproved dry seeds and vegetables, medicines for crop care and prevetion as well as agriculture equipments.
onevillage2013@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of GuidanceNo donor organisations involvedlocal community council chairmancommunity development officerministry of local governmentYeshttp://www.onevillagetours.com
5/14/2015 8:02:47MrNgobi RonaldAWODEG-Abantu Women Development GroupUgandaEducationkirembo,KaseseGeneral Need
We need to promote the capacity of individual citizens and community people to utilise social services,engage in eonomically productive income generating activities and contribute to social development in line with the MDGs.
Purposes needed agently.
Mainly this is the increase of the percentage of girls and boys who enroll in primary 1 at the age of 6 from 53% to 63% nationally and from 46% to 56% in districts of additional emphasis.
The application of child friendly and gender responsive procedures for all girls nd boys in contact with the law (Child victims,witnesses and offeders) by justice systems in all focus districts in order to ensure service and protection in line with national and international norms and stardards.
Increased youth acess to vocational training opportunities including IT Maintenanc,solar power installation and maintaince,online training opportunities.
Learn how to read and write increase in percentage of children on a 21st Century education system.
ngobironaldo@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsUNICEFOpoka JamesBen BalukuNakatte AnetYeshttp://WWW.AWODEG.ORG
6/3/2015 11:53:18MrBogere AliHelping Hands 4 AfricaUgandaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentIgangaHelping hands 4 Africa is a Community Based Initiative that started way back in 2011 with the plight of transforming the disadvantaged livelihoods in eastern Uganda live a better life. We are situated in Jinja district, which lies 80kms East of Kampala city, Uganda's capital working with the rural poor communities in our country.
Uganda as a developing country is among other problems, afflicted by Civil wars, hunger, economic stagnation, extreme poverty, low literacy levels, and the AIDS pandemic that continues its deadly foray into every village. This calls for innovative actions that are designed and implemented to bring about change. Helping hands 4 Africa is actively pursing this at the grass roots.
As development partners, non-governmental organizations are proving to be more effective at grass roots where government hands cannot reach. Helping hands 4 Africa is one of the few grass roots organization based in the Eastern Uganda offering educational, medical and nutritional services to the rural communities as well as helping to facilitate their social, spiritual, Educational and economical well being.

We derive our support from the valuable services of volunteers, friends, sympathizers, well-wishers, Christian and non-Christian resources as well as our dear partners in-country and abroad who offer financial, moral, educational and material support to facilitate our activities.

The founders of the initiative are much concerned about the increasing poverty levels, high prevalence rate of HIV/Aids, increasing number of orphans without any assistance, high unemployment, lack of respect of human rights and high illiteracy levels within the community. This was realized after carrying out a baseline survey in Bulamagi sub-county as a sample project in August 2007 and the following were realized;

Eight-nine out of every 10 homes have been affected by HIV/Aids such as increased number of orphans and family members without any assistance.
The most vulnerable and affected are the women and children because of the African family setting yet they are the core of the households, at the centre of hunger, malnutrition, diseases, illiteracy and all other effects of poverty.

Four out of every ten of school going age can not attend school even when there is free universal primary and secondary school seemingly because they lack scholastic requirements such as books, uniforms, school fees, meals, etc
Even the free universal schools are few, in long distances, congested and poorly facilitated.
Most of these disadvantaged livelihoods often fall sick but don’t get proper medical treatment because they cant afford the medical bills in the recommended hospitals/medical centers, which are often in long distances despite the fact that the roads are in poor conditions and the means of transport is expensive.
The old going age (Elderly) is also in the centre of poverty, hunger, diseases, malnutrition, and all the other side effects of poverty as they are totally dependants.
Four out of every ten homes are single mother/children/widow/grand headed families without any support.

Eight out of every ten persons with disabilities (PWDs) are seen as a curse to the community/family, neglected under certain circumstances and even themselves are not aware of their rights as citizens of their mother country.
The rate of HIV/Aids tend to increase because of the high poverty levels within the communities for instance young innocent girls are enticed with smaller items like snacks/chapattis in exchange for sex.
Even older people going for sex end up going for unprotected sex because they can not afford to buy condoms, ignorant about condom use and the government free aided condoms are poorly distributed.
Eight out of every ten youth have lost hope and continued being vulnerable as they are un employed, uneducated, lack life skills, lack capital to set up businesses hence resorting to agriculture which is domestic and un productive due to poor soils, poor markets of their agricultural produce, landless, etc
Children’s rights are not properly observed in the rural communities due to ignorance of these rural livelihoods about their rights such as forcing young girls to marry at tender ages.

WAY FORWARD
We at Helping hands 4 Africa have realized the need to mitigate the social, economical and political causes of their vulnerabilities, so as to enable them live better lives through a way of providing and advocating for proper medical care, better nutrition, basic support, educational support, human rights, spiritual and moral support.

VISION
We envision at a self sustainable, healthy, educated and poverty free community with increased capacity to sustain themselves.

MISSION
To mitigate the social, economical and political causes of their vulnerabilities so as to improve on the life of the disadvantaged livelihoods in the community.

GOAL
To extend specific services to the disadvantaged livelihoods in the community.

OBJECTIVES.
To fight poverty through education of orphans and other disadvantaged members in the community.
Improve and support community based initiatives for reduction of poverty, illiteracy, HIV/Aids and any other as the situation as the situation may arise.
Initiate, promote and support community based initiatives for reduction of poverty, HIV/Aids, illiteracy as the situation as the situation as the situation may arise.
To identify and carry out community based initiatives for reduction of poverty.
To implement income generating projects aimed at creating sustainable income sources for vulnerable women and youth groups, the activities will involve: - high value crop production, bee keeping, piggery, poultry farming, fish farming, food processing (i.e. addition of value to agro-produce) and animal traction.
To train and support local communities in the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS through advocacy, prevention, support and care, home base care, training counseling aids and peer educators and information dissemination awareness to reduce its social economic effects.
To support orphans of AIDS, girl-child and vulnerable children through provision of educational facilities namely: better schools at rural based, vocational rehabilitation centers, school fees, scholastic materials, uniforms etc.
To promote respect for human rights among members especially promoting awareness of rights of children, women, disabled persons, youths and marginalized groups in the society.
To promote advocacy and networking between the various development partners and carry on consultancy in all fields for learning.
To promote the preservation and the protection of the environment, and to raise funds from donations, grants and investments to further the objectives of the organization.
To improve rural livelihoods of the communities through enhanced adoption of improved agricultural practices and modern technology as well as encourage addition of value to agricultural produce in order to improve the social economic status of the people through increased productivity, enhanced human resource development and natural resource management.
To improve the standard of living of the people by enhancing proper use of natural resources as will be indicated by the ability to meet their basic needs in life namely - adequate food, decent housing, clothing school fees, medical bills etc.
To support and foster improved life skill training and knowledge on Sustainable Organic Agriculture among local communities for improved nutrition and household incomes.
Provide participating farmers with improved seeds, improve market research for the processed and unprocessed produce, practice-improved technology such as irrigation systems, small-scale agro-processing industries, processing food using solar dryers to promote increased income at household as well as organizing.
Establishing and adopt micro credit and saving scheme among rural community to maximize income at grass root with the overall goal of fighting poverty.
To mobilize, sensitize and involve vulnerable youths and women in project activities and adopt rural micro entrepreneurship; increase opportunity for the homeless to acquire affordable housing, decent clothing, etc.
To carry out capacity building training as strategies to improve the performance and output of the members



bogere.hh4africa@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsThe Humanitarian services of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day saints Church.Local CouncilsDistrict Community Development Officers and district agricultural officers.Ministry of Agriculture and the ministry for Labor, gender and developmentYeshttp://www.hands4africa.webnode.com
6/3/2015 11:56:39MrBogere AliHelping Hands 4 AfricaUgandaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentIgangaHelping hands 4 Africa is a Community Based Initiative that started way back in 2011 with the plight of transforming the disadvantaged livelihoods in eastern Uganda live a better life. We are situated in Jinja district, which lies 80kms East of Kampala city, Uganda's capital working with the rural poor communities in our country.
Uganda as a developing country is among other problems, afflicted by Civil wars, hunger, economic stagnation, extreme poverty, low literacy levels, and the AIDS pandemic that continues its deadly foray into every village. This calls for innovative actions that are designed and implemented to bring about change. Helping hands 4 Africa is actively pursing this at the grass roots.
As development partners, non-governmental organizations are proving to be more effective at grass roots where government hands cannot reach. Helping hands 4 Africa is one of the few grass roots organization based in the Eastern Uganda offering educational, medical and nutritional services to the rural communities as well as helping to facilitate their social, spiritual, Educational and economical well being.

We derive our support from the valuable services of volunteers, friends, sympathizers, well-wishers, Christian and non-Christian resources as well as our dear partners in-country and abroad who offer financial, moral, educational and material support to facilitate our activities.

The founders of the initiative are much concerned about the increasing poverty levels, high prevalence rate of HIV/Aids, increasing number of orphans without any assistance, high unemployment, lack of respect of human rights and high illiteracy levels within the community. This was realized after carrying out a baseline survey in Bulamagi sub-county as a sample project in August 2007 and the following were realized;

Eight-nine out of every 10 homes have been affected by HIV/Aids such as increased number of orphans and family members without any assistance.
The most vulnerable and affected are the women and children because of the African family setting yet they are the core of the households, at the centre of hunger, malnutrition, diseases, illiteracy and all other effects of poverty.

Four out of every ten of school going age can not attend school even when there is free universal primary and secondary school seemingly because they lack scholastic requirements such as books, uniforms, school fees, meals, etc
Even the free universal schools are few, in long distances, congested and poorly facilitated.
Most of these disadvantaged livelihoods often fall sick but don’t get proper medical treatment because they cant afford the medical bills in the recommended hospitals/medical centers, which are often in long distances despite the fact that the roads are in poor conditions and the means of transport is expensive.
The old going age (Elderly) is also in the centre of poverty, hunger, diseases, malnutrition, and all the other side effects of poverty as they are totally dependants.
Four out of every ten homes are single mother/children/widow/grand headed families without any support.

Eight out of every ten persons with disabilities (PWDs) are seen as a curse to the community/family, neglected under certain circumstances and even themselves are not aware of their rights as citizens of their mother country.
The rate of HIV/Aids tend to increase because of the high poverty levels within the communities for instance young innocent girls are enticed with smaller items like snacks/chapattis in exchange for sex.
Even older people going for sex end up going for unprotected sex because they can not afford to buy condoms, ignorant about condom use and the government free aided condoms are poorly distributed.
Eight out of every ten youth have lost hope and continued being vulnerable as they are un employed, uneducated, lack life skills, lack capital to set up businesses hence resorting to agriculture which is domestic and un productive due to poor soils, poor markets of their agricultural produce, landless, etc
Children’s rights are not properly observed in the rural communities due to ignorance of these rural livelihoods about their rights such as forcing young girls to marry at tender ages.

WAY FORWARD
We at Helping hands 4 Africa have realized the need to mitigate the social, economical and political causes of their vulnerabilities, so as to enable them live better lives through a way of providing and advocating for proper medical care, better nutrition, basic support, educational support, human rights, spiritual and moral support.

VISION
We envision at a self sustainable, healthy, educated and poverty free community with increased capacity to sustain themselves.

MISSION
To mitigate the social, economical and political causes of their vulnerabilities so as to improve on the life of the disadvantaged livelihoods in the community.

GOAL
To extend specific services to the disadvantaged livelihoods in the community.

OBJECTIVES.
To fight poverty through education of orphans and other disadvantaged members in the community.
Improve and support community based initiatives for reduction of poverty, illiteracy, HIV/Aids and any other as the situation as the situation may arise.
Initiate, promote and support community based initiatives for reduction of poverty, HIV/Aids, illiteracy as the situation as the situation as the situation may arise.
To identify and carry out community based initiatives for reduction of poverty.
To implement income generating projects aimed at creating sustainable income sources for vulnerable women and youth groups, the activities will involve: - high value crop production, bee keeping, piggery, poultry farming, fish farming, food processing (i.e. addition of value to agro-produce) and animal traction.
To train and support local communities in the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS through advocacy, prevention, support and care, home base care, training counseling aids and peer educators and information dissemination awareness to reduce its social economic effects.
To support orphans of AIDS, girl-child and vulnerable children through provision of educational facilities namely: better schools at rural based, vocational rehabilitation centers, school fees, scholastic materials, uniforms etc.
To promote respect for human rights among members especially promoting awareness of rights of children, women, disabled persons, youths and marginalized groups in the society.
To promote advocacy and networking between the various development partners and carry on consultancy in all fields for learning.
To promote the preservation and the protection of the environment, and to raise funds from donations, grants and investments to further the objectives of the organization.
To improve rural livelihoods of the communities through enhanced adoption of improved agricultural practices and modern technology as well as encourage addition of value to agricultural produce in order to improve the social economic status of the people through increased productivity, enhanced human resource development and natural resource management.
To improve the standard of living of the people by enhancing proper use of natural resources as will be indicated by the ability to meet their basic needs in life namely - adequate food, decent housing, clothing school fees, medical bills etc.
To support and foster improved life skill training and knowledge on Sustainable Organic Agriculture among local communities for improved nutrition and household incomes.
Provide participating farmers with improved seeds, improve market research for the processed and unprocessed produce, practice-improved technology such as irrigation systems, small-scale agro-processing industries, processing food using solar dryers to promote increased income at household as well as organizing.
Establishing and adopt micro credit and saving scheme among rural community to maximize income at grass root with the overall goal of fighting poverty.
To mobilize, sensitize and involve vulnerable youths and women in project activities and adopt rural micro entrepreneurship; increase opportunity for the homeless to acquire affordable housing, decent clothing, etc.
To carry out capacity building training as strategies to improve the performance and output of the members



bogere.hh4africa@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsThe Humanitarian services of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day saints Church.Local CouncilsDistrict Community Development Officers and district agricultural officers.Ministry of Agriculture and the ministry for Labor, gender and developmentYeshttp://www.hands4africa.webnode.com
6/4/2015 10:51:23MrJames Ombeo Omwega,PHAPKnowledge For development Without BordersKenyaSocial DevelopmentBoochi-Kebirichi,OgemboCyber Crime in Kenya - africa Perspective

Kenya is experiencing a growing number of cyber crimes that threaten national security, Information, communications and technology infrastructure as well as citizens privacy. The country losing an estimated 2 billion shillings ($23.3 million) annually through cyber crime.
What is cyber crime?
Cyber crime is a crime dealing with computers and networks whereby a computer is the subject of the crime e.g hacking or used as a tool to commit offense e.g child pornography.
Cyber terrorism.
Cyber terrorism is defined as a politically motivated crime. The government’s inability to protect vital systems makes the internet a battlefield.
Cyber space.
This is the domain generated from the interconnection between the computers and telecommunication networks in order to store modify and exchange data via networked systems and associated physical infrastructures without regard to physical geography.
Cyber security.
Cyber refers to the technologies and processes designed to protect computer networks and data from unauthorized access, vulnerabilities and attacks delivered via the internet by cyber criminals.
Cyber bullying.
Cyber bullying is the use of electronic communication to bully a person typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.
Cyber criminal.
A cyber criminal is an individual who commits cyber crimes, where he/she makes use of the computer either as a tool or as a target or as both.
Types of Cyber Crimes.
There are many types of cyber crimes, some of them include;
Hacking: This is a type of crime where a person’s computer is broken into so that his/her personal or sensitive information can be accessed. In this case the criminal uses a variety of software to enter a person’s computer and the person may not be aware that his/her computer is being accessed from a remote location.
Theft: This crime occurs when a person violates the copyright act no.12 of 2001 and downloads music, movies, games and software on the internet.
Cyber Stalking: This is a kind of online harassment where the victim is subjected to a barrage of online messages and emails. Typically, these stalkers know their victims and instead of resorting to offline stalking, they use the Internet to stalk.
Identity Theft: This has become a major problem with people using the Internet for cash transactions and banking services.A criminal accesses data about a person’s bank account, credit cards, Social media, debit card and other sensitive information to siphon money or to buy things online in the victim’s name.
Malicious Software: These are Internet-based software or programs that are used to disrupt a network. The software is used to gain access to a system to steal sensitive information or data or causing damage to software present in the system.
Child pornography and abuse: This is a type of cyber crime where cyber criminals solicit minors via chat rooms on various social media networks for the purpose of child pornography.
Causes of Cyber Crime
When the rate of return on investment is high and the risk is low, you are bound to find people willing to take advantage of the situation. This is exactly what happens in cyber crimes thus accessing sensitive information and data and using it means a rich harvest of returns and catching these cyber criminals becomes difficult. This has led to a rise in cyber crimes in Kenya and the rest of the world as well.
History of Cyber Crime
When computers and networks came into being in the 1990s, hacking was done basically to get more information about the systems. Hackers even competed against one another to win the tag of the best hacker. As a result, many networks were affected; right from the military to commercial organizations. Initially, these hacking attempts were brushed off as mere nuisance as they did not pose a long-term threat. However, with malicious software being used a lot during the same period, hacking started making networks and systems slow. As hackers became more skillful, they started using their knowledge and expertise to gain benefit by exploiting and victimizing others.
Cyber Crime in Modern Society.
Today, cyber criminals that indulge in cyber crimes are not driven by ego or expertise. Instead, they want to use their knowledge to gain benefits quickly. They are using their expertise to steal, deceive and exploit people as they find it easy to earn money without having to do an honest day’s work.
Cyber crimes have become a real threat today and are quite different from old-school crimes, such as robbing, mugging or stealing. Unlike these crimes, cyber crimes can be committed single handedly and does not require the physical presence of the criminals. The same systems that have made it easier for people to conduct e-commerce and online transactions are now being exploited by these criminals.
The attacks are sometimes a combination if amateurs and seasoned hackers who might just be doing it for fun, to prove a point or with a criminal intent.
Categories of Cyber Crime.
Cyber crimes are broadly categorized into three categories, namely crime against
1. Individual
2. Property
3. Government
Each category can use a variety of methods and the methods used vary from one criminal to another.
Individual: This type of cyber crime can be in the form of cyber stalking, distributing pornography, trafficking and identity theft.
Property: In this case, they can steal a person’s bank details and steal money to make numerous purchases online, set up a scam to get people to part with their hard earned money, use malicious software to gain access to an organization’s website or disrupt the systems of the organization.
Government: Although not as common as the other two categories, crimes against a government is also referred to as cyber terrorism In this category, criminals hack government websites, military websites or circulate propaganda. The perpetrators can be terrorist outfits or unfriendly governments of other nations.
How to Tackle Cyber Crime.
Cyber criminals tend to work together to improve their skills and even help out each other with new opportunities. Hence, the usual methods of fighting crime cannot be used against cyber criminals. Efforts to arrest and prosecute suspects are being hampered by lack of effective laws and the methods used by cyber criminals and technology keeps changing too quickly. The Kenyan government and firms should therefore keep up with the current technologies and incorporate them in the fight against cyber crime.
jamesomwega2008@yahoo.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsGovernment of Kenya - The National Treasury and Parent Ministry of Information,Communication and TechnologySub County GovernmentCounty GovernmentThe National treasury and Ministry of Information,Communication and TechnologyYes
6/4/2015 11:04:52MissMedrine Kagendo KanampiuKnowledge For development Without BordersKenyaPublic SectorKinoro,MeruKenya arrests 77 Chinese nationals in cybercrime raids
Police find equipment capable of infiltrating bank accounts and cash machines in raids on homes in upmarket area of Nairobi
An M-Pesa store in Nairobi, Kenya. The mobile banking system was targeted by the cybercrime gang, say police. Photograph: Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Agence France-Presse in Nairobi

Friday 5 December 2014 08.23 GMTLast modified on Friday 5 December 201409.04 GMT
Kenyan police have arrested 77 Chinese nationals on suspicion of running a cybercrime centre from homes in an upmarket area of the capital, Nairobi.
Officers believe the gang had been preparing to hack the country’s communication systems.
The Daily Nation newspaper said equipment capable of infiltrating bank accounts, Kenya’s M-Pesa mobile banking system and cash machines were discovered after a series of raids. “The suspects are being interrogated to establish their mission in the country and what they wanted to do with the communication gadgets. They have been charged in court,” said the director of Kenya’s criminal investigation department, Ndegwa Muhoro.
“We want to do a thorough investigation over the matter and we are currently working on their travel documents,” added police spokeswoman Zipporah Mboroki. Police said many of those detained appear to have been in the country illegally.
A detective close to the case said the raids were triggered by a police investigation into a house fire in which one person died. The source said the charges levelled against the 77 include “being in the country illegally and operating radio equipment” without the necessary permits.
According to the national Standard newspaper, the Chinese nationals were living in military-style dormitories.
Kenya’s foreign minister, Amina Mohamed, “made it clear that the Chinese government should fully cooperate on this matter”, the communications minister, Fred Matiang’i, said. “China promised to send investigators to work with ours on this matter.” China’s ambassador Kenya has been summoned to explain if his government was aware of the group’s activities.
The Standard said preliminary investigations had revealed that the group was making microchips for ATM cards, and that it also “ran a command centre whose activities are yet to be established”.
The homes were reportedly in the northern Nairobi suburb of Runda, close to Gigiri, an area that is home to the UN headquarters, US embassy and other political organisations.
The affair is a rare sign of tension wtih China, a major investor in Kenya’s infrastructure and communications networks. President Uhuru Kenyatta previously described the country as “an honorable partner” for east Africa’s largest economy.
kagendomedrine1@gmail.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsGovernment of Kenya - The National TreasurySub County GovernmentCounty GovernmentThe National treasury and Ministry of Information,Communication and TechnologyYes
6/4/2015 20:23:19Mrsie kwasi owusu williamsBanda Ahenkro Widows AssociationGhanaPovertyBanda AhenkroBanda District is farming community and all the people living in the District are farmers so as if we get assistance like tractors the members can expand their farms and increase income for livelihood. bandaWidowhood@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationBANDAWIDOWS FACEBOOK.COMLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsN/ACommunity leadersLocal Goevernment N/AYesbandaahenkro.org
6/4/2015 22:21:24MrHellem BodayaFédération Internationale de la Diaspora Afar FIDA asblBelgiqueAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentWoreda DaweProjet d’accès à l'eau potable et au développement de l'agriculture familiale afin d’améliorer les conditions de vie, de la santé et du bien-être de la population démunie de trois villages de la région Afar en Ethiopie.hellemmes@hotmail.comYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsIl n'y a pas de donneurs pour le moment.Woreda DaweZone Administrative 5Afar regional and national stateYeshttp://www.fida-afar.org
6/8/2015 6:08:28Mrali AliLiaqat Corp.PakistanScience & Technologyattawawe are the founder technologist for the saving of post harvest saving technology since 1975 and provide common ,dried processing facilities to the rural community for the saving of agri-losses/food security/rural development and thr innovative technology have been acknowledged ,internationally,due to unique ,practical saving of losses in horti/diary/livestock etc,we are now willing to up grade our 40 year old dried common processing facilities and seeking facilities in shape kinds etcliaqatcorp@yahoo.comNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationDocuments may be providedLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsliaqat corp
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Gujranwala
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liaqat ali/Talha saeedDCOMINSTRY OF agricultureYeshttp://www.liaqatcorp.com---underconstruction
6/8/2015 9:44:07MissMedrine Kagendo KanampiuKnowledge For Development Without BordersKenyaScience & TechnologyKinoro, MeruCybercrime In Kenya:

Kenya arrests 77 Chinese nationals in cybercrime raids
Police find equipment capable of infiltrating bank accounts and cash machines in raids on homes in upmarket area of Nairobi
An M-Pesa store in Nairobi, Kenya. The mobile banking system was targeted by the cybercrime gang, say police. Photograph: Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Agence France-Presse in Nairobi

Friday 5 December 2014 08.23 GMTLast modified on Friday 5 December 201409.04 GMT
Kenyan police have arrested 77 Chinese nationals on suspicion of running a cybercrime centre from homes in an upmarket area of the capital, Nairobi.
Officers believe the gang had been preparing to hack the country’s communication systems.
The Daily Nation newspaper said equipment capable of infiltrating bank accounts, Kenya’s M-Pesa mobile banking system and cash machines were discovered after a series of raids. “The suspects are being interrogated to establish their mission in the country and what they wanted to do with the communication gadgets. They have been charged in court,” said the director of Kenya’s criminal investigation department, Ndegwa Muhoro.
“We want to do a thorough investigation over the matter and we are currently working on their travel documents,” added police spokeswoman Zipporah Mboroki. Police said many of those detained appear to have been in the country illegally.
A detective close to the case said the raids were triggered by a police investigation into a house fire in which one person died. The source said the charges levelled against the 77 include “being in the country illegally and operating radio equipment” without the necessary permits.
According to the national Standard newspaper, the Chinese nationals were living in military-style dormitories.
Kenya’s foreign minister, Amina Mohamed, “made it clear that the Chinese government should fully cooperate on this matter”, the communications minister, Fred Matiang’i, said. “China promised to send investigators to work with ours on this matter.” China’s ambassador Kenya has been summoned to explain if his government was aware of the group’s activities.
The Standard said preliminary investigations had revealed that the group was making microchips for ATM cards, and that it also “ran a command centre whose activities are yet to be established”.
The homes were reportedly in the northern Nairobi suburb of Runda, close to Gigiri, an area that is home to the UN headquarters, US embassy and other political organisations.
The affair is a rare sign of tension wtih China, a major investor in Kenya’s infrastructure and communications networks. President Uhuru Kenyatta previously described the country as “an honorable partner” for east Africa’s largest economy.
kagendomedrine1@gmail.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsGovernment Of Kenya - The Ministry of Interior and Coordination.Sub County GovernmentCounty GovernmentThe Interior and Coordination MinistryYes
6/29/2015 10:44:29MrGonzaga Kabura FortunateTooro Development Initiative(TDI)UgandaSocial DevelopmentKyenjojoTooro Development Initiative is an indigenous NGO. It has been formed to bring together all Categories of people including the women, youth, men, and the disabled people to mention but a few. The organisation will be working to break the tradition that tended to treat them as objects of charity. This will initially be done through:
1 Advocating for equalization of rights and opportunities amongst them.
2 Uniting women, youth, men and the disabled through formation of groups and associations.
3 Promoting effective service delivery for the women, youth, men and the disabled people.
gonzagafortunate@yahoo.comYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsCurrently Tooro Development Initiative has now donors but members do the work as volunteers using money from personal savings.Bro Twin Twaha Musa- MayorHon James Byamukama LC5NonYesnon
7/1/2015 7:40:50MrJames Ombeo Omwega,PHAPKnowledge For Development Without BordersKenyaEnvironmentKebirichi,Boochi, Ogembo TownshipIBM’S APP TO HELP NAIROBI CLEAR GARBAGE:

System will collect data of the five million residents in the city, map garbage collection routes and connect them to a mobile application that is monitored from central server.
A tech firm has designed a solid waste management system to help solve Nairobi’s mounting garbage menace.
The IBM Research Africa project could be launched in a year, as the city steps up garbage collection programme that costs an estimated Sh1 billion per month.
IBM researchers will collect data of the five million residents in Nairobi County, map garbage collection routes and connect them to mobile application monitored from a main office server.
“This signifies how IBM as an American Company is investing big in Africa with a focus on enterprise and job creation. The sectors we are assisting in the country are transport, technology and agriculture” said IBM Research Africa Vice-President Dr Kamal Bhattacharya.
Before embarking on the project, IBM conducted a research that revealed Nairobi as one of the most congested cities in the world. This is partly the reason why garbage collection has been headache to the county. The county government data shows that over five million people live in Nairobi currently.
Nairobi County Executive Committee Member for Environment Evans ondieki,who is playing a key role in the roll-out of the new garbage collection plan, says the initiative will give the city a new, gleaming face.
“Our plan is to attract foreign direct investments through a clean, well organized city that knows how to manage solid waste and has proper planning” said Mr Ondieki.
An effort to organize the city’s garbage collection in 2010 through Japan International Cooperation Agency (Jica) funding failed. Jica, through the county survey, cited insufficient funds for the city’s failure t implement the clean-up plan. The agency also stresses the need for a legal framework for the public-private partnership investments. Jica outlined what must be done to make Nairobi “as neat and functional as other global capitals”
jamesomwega2008@yahoo.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsIBM Research AfricaSub County GovernmentsCounty GvernmentsThe Treasury and Ministry of Devolution and PlanningYes
7/2/2015 6:20:44MrJames Ombeo Omwega,PHAPKnowledge For Development Without BordersKenyaScience & TechnologyKTOUGH NEW RULES FORCE ALL INTERNET USERS TO LIST THEIR GADGETS:
Kenyans using Wi-Fi to connect to the Internet in public places will be required to register their mobile devices with the Kenya Network Information Center (Kenic), under new rules aimed at fighting cybercrime.
The customers will be required to provide their telephone numbers and identity card details, which can be used to track them down should they use their gadgets to commit cybercrimes such as fraud or hacking websites.
The gadgets that must be registered include laptops, mobile phones, iPads, e-readers and any other devices that can be used at a public Wi-Fi hot spot such as hotels and restaurants.
This implies that addition to registering the SIM cards in the gadgets with either safaricom, Airtel or Telkom Kenya, people who use Wi-Fi will be required to register their devices at the point where they access the Internet, be it in hotels, restaurants, offices and public transport vehicles. The director-general of the Communications Authority of Kenya, Mr Francis Wanguisi, gave the new directive after taking over as the new chairman of Association of Regulators of Information and communications for Eastern and Southern Africa (Aricea), the organization mandated to fight cybercrime with the Comesa region. “We will license Kenic to register device owners using their national identity cards and telephone numbers, the identity of a device will be known when it connects to Wi-Fi” Mr Wangusi said at the annual general meeting held in Nairobi.
Failure by any establishment to adhere to the rules will compel Kenic to withdraw the Wi-Fi services used by the defaulting institutions.”In case a crime is committed, we will then be able to trace people using national identity cards that were registered and their phone numbers keyed in during registration” said Mr Wangusi. The Communications Authority is also setting up a forensic laboratory to detect and neutralize impending cyber attacks.
Mr Wangusi said the authority will conduct a detailed study on the extent of web hackings in Kenya. According to him, cybercattacks were on the rise, with the banking sector being the biggest victim followed by government institutions.
The new rules will also require all Kenyan companies to host their websites in the country rather than outside. This would help avoid extra costs associated with sending data out to a different location and back again to the website owner.
Dr Abu Dafalla, the Comesa Director for Infrastructure, said that Kenya now leads in pushing the cybercrime agenda in the region. “Criminals are carrying out illegal activities on the web and we must protect the region even as we focus on trade. A secure cyberspace will retain revenue loss. Credit card fraud alone is estimated at $37 billion annually in the region” he said.
Mrs. Devi Chand, the outgoing Africea chairman, said the proposed regulations will ensure reliable, affordable and effective Internet services within the 19 Comesa countries.
jamesomwega2008@yahoo.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsCOMESA MEMBER COUNTRIES

COMMUNICATION AUTHORITY OF KENYA

Sub County GovernmentsCounty GvernmentsThe Treasury and Ministry of Information Communicatin and TechnologyYes
7/2/2015 20:11:39MrsDenen, grace MbaverenPlateau State University, Bokkos-JosNigeriaPovertymbawerthe people lack farm inputs, leading to failing farm yields, culminating into extreme poverty and squalor. This has adverse impact on health, children's education needs and many other low-lives.gracegbishe@yahoo.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of ActionFor now, only the ChurchThe Catholic ChurchLocal govt authorities, in terms of fertilizer-Yesyet to be developed
7/22/2015 7:05:04MrMesay Tadese, CEOResilience Ethiopia EthiopiaSocial DevelopmentEthiopia, South, Gedeo, Koti Priamry School1. Education (Integrated Transformational Functional Adult Literacy, Inclusive Education, Pastoralist Education, Access Education, Educational Fostering, Mobile Education and Assertive Tutorial Classes)

2.Health ( Reproductive Health & Ethics, Family Planning, Malaria, Tropical Disease Control/Tsetse Fly Control, Non-Communicable Disease, HIV and AIDS, Environmental Sanitation & Personal Hygiene, Latrine Dev’t, Water Borne Disease, Maternal and Child Health Care, and Harmful Traditional Practices,)

3. Ecology (Bio-Ethics, Eco-Employment , Carbon Trading ,Responsible Mining, Conservation Agriculture , Watershed Dev’t , Field Gene Bank Dev’t, Climate Change Mitigation & Adaptation ,Environmental Protection & Rehabilitation, Buffer Zone , Homestead Dev’t , Organic Farming and School Greening)

4. Alternative, Sustainable & Clean Energy Development (Biogas Development, Solar Energy Development, Metrological Centre Dev’t, Bio-Latrine Dev’t, and Dry & Wet Waste Management and Recycling)

5. Water (Spring Dev’t, Water Point Dev’t, Public Shower Dev’t, and Remote School Roof Water Harvesting)

6. Livelihood (Bee-Keeping, Intensive Farming, Poultry, Animal Raising, Rural Credit, Marketable Livelihood Skill Training, Improved Seed Multiplication, Fair Trade, and Post Harvest Lost Mgt)

mesaytd@yahoo.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationnoLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsAmbassadors and Spouses Mission in Ethiopia Mr. Misle AbebeMr. Misle AbebeMr. Sisay Teshale NOunder development
8/26/2015 20:34:46MrKhamis OmarSkills for Life KenyaKenyaEducationBarani village, Mtwapa - MombasaLack of access to Early Childhood development (ECD) for children between 3 - 10 years leading to poor enrolment in public schools thus propagating the cycle of poverty due to lack of skills for labour marketing leading to high poverty levels, crime, drug and substance abuse, early marriages and child abuse.maitha@skills4lifekenya.orgYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsNo donor organization has been involved so far. Its through community initiatives.Community social organizationsCounty governmentMinistry of educationNOhttp://www.skills4lifekenya.org
8/27/2015 12:42:51OtherRAPHAEL OWUSUEZONE AFRICAGHANAHumanitarian AidBOSOMTWE DISTRICT(KUNTENASE--ONWI)Our continent has a youthful population and it is estimated that Africa will have the world’s leading population according to statistics. However, despite the exponential increase, we are yet to witness actions and policies that will cope with the projected situation. Thus if much is not directed to equipping these youth with the needed skills and training at organisational, societal and national levels, its consequences on society could not be quenched.

Ezone Africa-ghana is a non-government organization that promotes youth development through Sports using soccer/athletics as the vehicle to raise awareness of the powerful role that sports can play in the lives of youth with deprived communities as our focus.
We organise gatherings and inculcate into teenagers and young adults unadulterated informed education, on how to make insightful choices, psyching them through positive thinking to embrace challenges and take responsible choices in pursuit of necessary change for individual and societal good.
The concept of our initiative is to the optimum fact that, most of our up-coming youth in the rural communities are much equipped with talents, but due to the lack of adequate resources, support and guidance, they rather give up and render their lives to alcoholism, smoking, stealing and all forms of social vices that mar their promising future which, in the long run poses a burden and threat to their families, communities and nation on to the continent at large.
Through no fault of theirs, we have realised that they resort to such vices when they are unable to climb further the academic ladder owning to but not limited to:

1. Financial constraints
2. Poor academic performance
3. Poor parental care and guidance
4. Unavailability of mentorship programs
5. Hostility of living environment







In our interactions and survey, we realised that great talents abound in these deprived communities. Our impression and information gathered was that sports is a powerful tool to organize, mentor and train the future leaders who otherwise would not be inspired and guided to unleash their potentials with slimmer chances of breaking this undesired vicious cycle.
We engage the hearts and minds of the youth with active sports not only to make them fit but create a platform where they could envisage a better future and reach for them while having fun in the process because we are aware the devil finds work for the idle hands.
OUR VISION
• To become a social enterprise committed to equipping the youth in deprived communities practical skills through sports and IT to be responsible future leaders
• To provide basic education for street kids and youth.
• To provide equal opportunity for both educated and non-educated children and youth.
• To provide humanitarian services to deprived and slum communities.
• To render support to help the poor and to reduce the extreme poverty through self-help projects and skills training.

OUR MISSION
• We exist to engage the hearts and minds of the youth while having fun
• To reduce unemployment, eradicate child mortality, school drop-outs, street children and child trafficking in the communities.
• To use all means to improve the environment to be habitable by all.
• To educate and challenge the youth on how to learn and teach others on most positive notes and pursue entrepreneurship

OUR AIM AND OBJECTIVES
• To discover and develop young energetic youth right from school while giving them the needed exposure to grow and build useful talents and partnership.
• To encourage creativity, interpersonal skills and knowledge in young adults.
• To promote vibrant peer entrepreneurial networks to encourage synergy and cross fertilization of ideas.
• To reduce incidence of school drop outs, streetism, child trafficking and youth unemployment in our communities.
• To bring together mentors and mentees (our students) to share experience and urge them on to greater heights.
• To educate and challenge the youth on how to learn and inspire others.
• To help educate and train up physically challenged youth on both technical and vocational skills to be productive.
• Eroding the philosophy of incapability and promote the moral of “I CAN DO SPIRIT” in the lives of the people in deprived communities.
OUR TARGET GROUP AND OPERATIONAL AREAS
Our substantial focus leis relatively to support the less privileged youth within our rural communities in Ghana. Oftentimes youth from these communities frequent the urban cities in search of non existing jobs where they engage in societal vices to make ends meet. We shall focus on persons between the ages of twelve to nineteen {12-19} as that is a crucial time in transition process.
We shall work in communities that fall under the district level as those areas mostly lack amenities and infrastructure to excite the youth and provide them the needed platform to exhibit what they can do to help themselves and their district or communities. The Bosomtwe District where we have first worked and have established a sorting academy consists of fifty-Six {56} towns and villages in its` surrounding borders and our project of services extended to all without leaving any and with no prejudices.

ACTIVITIES and FORM
In line with our vision and object of our existence, our team will engage the youth with active and popular sports and teach hands on IT training. Where necessary we will work with other entrepreneurs and institutions in the field of vocational and technical training that will make the youth job creators other than job seekers.
Since we have already advanced strategies into such a project pertaining to this kind, we have the qualified knowledge of how to organise and to maintain progress right from start to the finishing line productively.
Working with a team of competent and knowledgeable persons, we therefore leave no pace for lapses. We work to product absolute result within a giving time in accordance to plans without delay.
This project aims to establish SOCCER ACADEMIES / RECREATIONAL CENTRES at every district in Ghana.

We use sports to touch lives and educate the upcoming youth on these areas:
• Career Guidance/Life Choices
• Entrepreneurship and Skills Training
• Adolescence And Dealing With Its Related Issues
• Domestic violence
• Moral Rights Of A Citizen
• Leadership Training
ezoneafrica.org@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationhttp://www.youtube.com,bosomtwe socceracademyInsufficient mobilization of fundsEZONE AFRICA
BOSOMTWE UNION OF TERTIARY GRADUATE STUDENTS(BUTGS)
Mrs.AGEI(DCE)district chief executive(dce)Ministry of youth and sports/ministry of rural developementYeshttp://www.ezoneafrica.org
9/18/2015 16:24:52Mrsie kwas owusu williamsBanda Ahenkro Widows AssociationGhanaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentBanda AhenkroBanda widows need assistance for tractor which will help us expand our farms to increase more income for our livelihood and our children education. bandwidwhood@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationfacebook.com banda ahenkro widows AssociationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsN/ACommunity supportDistrict AsemblyN/AYesbandaahenkr.org
9/25/2015 23:57:22MrM Shamim KhandakerSocial Development Programme (SODEP)BangladeshAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentShariatpur DistrictWe, SODEP (microfinance institution in Bangladesh), have been working in Microfinance Project for emancipation of our poverty in Bangladesh in cooperation with commercial banks. We are working with 3 thousands beneficiaries and our loan outstanding is BDT 30.00 million and their savings outstanding is BDT 3.00 million. We are situated in Poverty Zone according latest Poverty Map. Presently we have been facing high financial cost (16%) of our bank loans. It is the main barriers for us to achieve our goal. We will extend our program another areas but seeking necessary funds. If you have any opportunity to provide loan for us please explain detailed. We are looking’s any financial supporters.sodepbd@yahoo.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsBRAC Bank Limited and
Mutual Trust Bank Limited
Microcredit Regulatory Authority of GovernmentYes
9/30/2015 13:34:33MrJames Ombeo Omwega,PHAPKnowledge For Development Without BordersKenyaSocial DevelopmentKebirichi,Boochi, Ogembo TownshipNAIROBI, Kenya, September, 28th 2015

Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) are now urging world leaders to commit themselves in implementing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) launched in New York on Saturday.
They specifically urged states and governments to implement the new Global Goals which seek to end poverty, inequality and tackle climate change.
“The world is getting better. In 1990, almost 13 million children died, almost all of them from preventable causes. This number has dropped by more than half. And the rate of improvement is actually increasing. In Sub Saharan Africa, for example, child mortality is going down five times faster now than it was 20 years ago, “Melinda Gates, Co-Chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation said ahead of the summit that adopted the SDGs in New York.
“One reason for this progress is that the MDGs helped align the world behind a few key priorities. The SDGs are our best chance to build on this momentum and help the poorest keep building better futures,” she added.
In Kenya, Save the Children Campaign Manager Bill Kembo urged ordinary people to also come forward in supporting their governments address poverty.
According to Kembo only through commitment to implement that the 17 SDGs that will benefit people.
“We all came together to LightTheWay and call on leaders to turn the Goals from words on paper into real change.
To do this, world leaders must make bold commitments at the UNGA to implement the Goals” added Kembo.
Meanwhile, the Global Compact Network Kenya has commended UN General Assembly for adopting the 17 SDGs that now replaces MDGs.
“The global goals will provide a powerful aspiration for improving our world laying out where we collectively need to go and how to get there.” said Network Representative and KAM Chief Executive, Phyllis Wakiaga.
In her view the 17 goals have encapsulated an important framework that will address poverty, inequality, injustice and the protection of the planet over the next 15 years.
“The Global Compact Kenya is dedicated to translating the SDGs for businesses locally and helping companies understand how they can leverage these goals to drive good practices and growth opportunities,” she added.
She further emphasized on the need for an inclusive approach which engages private sector players closely to ensure a comprehensive approach that will support implementation of the 17 goals
jamesomwega2008@yahoo.comYes>1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsNGOsSub County GovernmentsCounty GvernmentsThe Treasury and Ministry of Devolution and PlanningYes
10/11/2015 22:45:45Mrmarcus matthewcaafghanaHumanitarian Aidho,volta regionSupporting the sick,homeless aged and orphans with free food and health care services alongside research and development for cure to natural cure to chronic diseases... We need support to support this issues as the aged are neglected because of cultural belief system in the rural areas.info@caafafrica.orgYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationonly picsLack of ActionNonelocal village chiefdistrict chief executivesmembers of parliamentYeshttp://www.caafafrica.org
10/14/2015 12:46:39OtherFemiNAPTINnigeriaHumanitarian Aidnew bussa,kainji,niger stateDear All,
Almajeri,are children of various of ages,not in school,begging for foods,alms,all about.
It is my believe that we, can do something to stop,this ugly trend,by showing that we care.
by helping their parents solve the problem of poverty.
Thank you knowledge for development without borders,for your help.
Kind regards,
Femi Durojola
08061236852
durojolafemi@gmail.comNo>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationnone,for now,pleaseInsufficient mobilization of fundsnilEngr Abdulengr AbdulEngr abdulNOhttp://www.napting.com
10/25/2015 9:48:45Mrhassan musa yaroDiscovery Learning AllianceNigeriaHumanitarian AidKanoOur people are very vulnerable poor is every where owing to lack of education or skills to earn a living.This same people have families and children to take of.Most thing they only choose support only boys education since the children are many without to abilities and interest of the children..Gender awareness and stopping stereotype is needed to change attitudes.hassan.musa@discoverylearning.orgNo<100Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationnoneLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsDFID/esspinSUBEBUBECNOgoogle
10/25/2015 9:50:49Mrhassan musa yaroDiscovery Learning AllianceNigeriaGenderKanoOur people are very vulnerable poor is every where owing to lack of education or skills to earn a living.This same people have families and children to take of.Most thing they only choose support only boys education since the children are many without to abilities and interest of the children..Gender awareness and stopping stereotype is needed to change attitudes.hassan.musa@discoverylearning.orgNo<100Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationnoneLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsDFID/esspinSUBEBLGEA, KumbotsoUBECNOgoogle
11/6/2015 9:48:15MrOMER KABELU BUDIBUENDEODD/JAMII BORAD.R. CongoAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentBUKAVU, South Kivu, Eastern of DRCStruggle against poverty and the social exclusion by:
- Strategic workshops with every local basic committee (Total: 20)
- The access of the poor people to the micro finances (building of local capacities and setting-up of the VSLA), -- Chain Value development of the agricultural sectors(networks) of production (organization, the access of the poor people to the market of their products,
- fights against the violence based on the gender,
- fights against the extreme vulnerability
omerkabelu@gmail.comNo>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of Action
Omer KABELU-BUDIBUENDE, NAMEGABE MULANGAAlbert TAMBUE WA NTAMBUEYeshttp://diku-dilenga.org/category/activites-terrain/
11/6/2015 9:54:06MrOMER KABELU BUDIBUENDEODD/JAMII BORAD.R. CongoAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentBUKAVU, South Kivu, Eastern of DRCStruggle against poverty and the social exclusion by:
- Strategic workshops with every local basic committee (Total: 20)
- The access of the poor people to the micro finances (building of local capacities and setting-up of the VSLA), -- Chain Value development of the agricultural sectors(networks) of production (organization, the access of the poor people to the market of their products,
- fights against the violence based on the gender,
- fights against the extreme vulnerability
omerkabelu@gmail.comNo>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLack of Action
Omer KABELU-BUDIBUENDE, NAMEGABE MULANGAAlbert TAMBUE WA NTAMBUEYeshttp://diku-dilenga.org/category/activites-terrain/
11/14/2015 19:09:09MrRichard L SulumetTazama Wafugaji na Watoto Mijini{ TAWAWAMI }United Republic of TanzaniaSocial DevelopmentIlemela Mwanza RegionTAWAWAMI is an non political,domination,and Governmental Organization with the registration number 00NGO/00003697.

TAWAWAMI is intended to provide its services to the national level.Our mission is to devoted to bring about behavioral Change and to enhancing lives of the Orpahns and youth from pastoralist Communities in Tanzania.

and Our aim is to Increase the opportunity for the orphans and youth from the pastoral Communities to develop themselves in a proctective and educative environment, in which they have the ability to attain full potentials in their lives.

We need to see A developed a pastoral Community in Modern development Activities and free from negative norms and customs.

TAWAWAMI guides with the following principles Good leadership,openness, responsibility,Involvement, Fairness and respect.
mtawawami@yahoo.comYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationNoneLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsLocal Friends,Contribution from its Members and Individual Friends from U.S.AWard extension LeadersNetworkingCommunity Development Government and M.P.I Cooperation.Child and Gender Department Cooperation. Yeshttp://www.tawawamiproject.org
11/14/2015 19:24:37MrSifiso Dlamini Caniassd business networkSouth AfricaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentkatlehongHi I'm Mr Sifiso Dlamini who work
As volunteer in center for children with disability I already planting vegetables and trees and share with nearby schools and churches community to teach them about climate change and saves water we are in need for funding in tools and computer lap laptops I was already plant Barley now is eating by rats and. Birds I was waiting for tractor since now I also use my pro
Fit I selling textile perfumes and more we will also do seweng internet access to as
Share knowledge and do solar panels Diy we will also development nearby places like old hospital is good building to recude youth and teach them to fight poverty crime he
Terrorist zinophobia and secure around community also do workshop for climate change and smart agriculture ect I will appreciate for help
dlaminiesifiso54@gmailYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsSD business networksd business networkYes
11/14/2015 23:27:48Mrsie kwas owusu williamsBanda Ahenkro Widows AssociationGhanaPovertyBanda AhenkroN/Abandwidwhood@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsN/Achief and eldersnonenoneYesbandaahenkr.org
11/15/2015 11:43:56Mrikopi moleko gabriel marcelNGO CONSTRUISONS ENSEMBLE LE MONDEDRCEducationBASOKOMany children at school age in the Territory Basoko not go to school because the parents have no means to pay the fees or because the school is found near the village.gamolik@yahoo.frYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of Action-the government ;
-all agencies or organizations that support child-focused organizations such as:
International -plan;
-childfund alliance;
-save the Children;
-SOS Children's Village;
-world vision
MAKER MWANGUYes
2/5/2016 19:59:18MrsYlldise BrahimajReginal Development AgencyAlbaniaPrivate SectorTiranaI am volunteer since 2014 but no news , I would like to be part to work as Socio-Economic and SME Development Expert in one of the Development Country because and I am coming from development country and I know how I have to work therevlorerda@gmail.comNo<100Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsI don't know Not jetNot jetNoNOhttp://al.linkedin.com/pub/ylldise-brahimi/23/30a/423;
5/21/2016 5:33:58MrRAJ SINGH TAXAKBABA BHAGWAN DASS EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY MOTHUKAIndiaEducationMothuka, Post Fatehpur, Tehsil Bansur, Alwar RajasthanDear Concern,
My name is Raj Singh Taxak and I am from India. I have started an small NGO in northern part of Rajasthan state where I was born. The main concern of our NGO is to work with Empower students with Education, Awareness program`s, Empowerment of Women, Health and Hygiene, Skill Development program, Environmental issues.

We have a facebook page G.M.School Mothuka where you can find some information that we are able to update.

Having a small reality and huge expenses we are limited to rest of the world.

I request you to let me know what can be done? I have invested my life and all resources to this project where still I need to build a small maternity home and small first aid center.

Please let me know whenever possible as I need to complete the project its already 11 years completed and educated more then 900 students.

I hope to hear from your end soon,

warm regards,

Raj Taxak
rajtaxak@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsMs Barbara Coaro ITALYBlock Development OfficerCollector ALWARPlanning Commission of IndiaYeshttps://bbdesngo.webs.com
5/30/2016 9:07:28MrMUSILIU ADEBAYO ABIODUN ADEBAYO WELFARE FOUNDATIONNIGERIAAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentLAGOS STATEOUR ORGANIZATION IS WORKING ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE RURAL AREASinfo@aaw-foundation.orgYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (CDA)ADO-ODO OTA LOCAL GOVERNMENTAGBARA COMMUNITYABIODUN ADEBAYO WELFARE FOUNDATIONYeshttp://www.aaw-foundation.org
10/11/2016 12:10:04MrIssah IssifuGhanaSocial DevelopmentTown, NyankpalaNo toilet facilities: In my town the residence are face with the problem of toilet facilities. Women, children and men do their own thing in the bush. the worse part it is in the raining season when some residence fence land to do farming leaving no space for defecation. The problem is so serious that, I could see a woman in broad light defecation in the open.
The problem is that people do not have funds to construct toilet facilities in their homes.

My humble wish is that this problem will be solve for residence to have their dignity, especially, women and children.
yussifissah@yahoo.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsCentral GovernmentTolon District Assembly Local Goverment AuthorityYes
10/11/2016 13:50:59MrLuke KapchangaEmonyo Yefwe InternationalKenyaEnvironmentBungomaUnsustainable use of wetlands undermining their capacity to mitigate climate change impacts , Unsustainable use of natural resources ,high poverty levels.
Communities have limited access to communal services ,absence of awareness, education, and advocacy of climate change impacts and adaptation measures Lack of information generation capacity to inform decision-making .
Absence or lack of information and knowledge management to support adaptation to climate change .
No systematic recording of climate and socio-economic data to inform decision-making .
wanjalaluke1@gmail.coNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationcan send laterLack of ActionNALuke KapchangaMinistry of Natural resources/NEMANational Environment Management AuthorityNO
10/11/2016 17:53:17MrMohammad Shahidur RahmanProjonma AcademyBangladeshHumanitarian AidBrahmanbaria, ChittagonjDisaster Recovery, Climate Change and Human right issue in Community levelpacademy89@yahoo.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsGIZMd Zayedul ShaheenSumaiya BegumMohammad Shahidur RahmanYes
10/12/2016 8:26:47MrNkeshimana JeanTERRE DES JEUNES BURUNDIBurundiSocial DevelopmentBujumburaLa consolidation de la paix par :
La formation des jeunes à la Non-violence par l’organisation d’activités diverses : camps de jeunes, chantiers, échanges internationaux, stages de formation, séminaires, accueil et envoi de jeunes du service volontaire européen, festivals, interventions dans les établissements scolaires et toute activité qui contribue à l’éducation pour la paix et à la défense de l'environnement.
La résolution de conflits par la non-violence. Notre objectif est de renforcer une culture de paix par l’éducation en donnant les moyens aux jeunes d’apprendre à résoudre les conflits par la non-violence.

Le projet de Jeunesse et Non-violence est fondamentalement éducatif et reste indépendant en tant qu’organisation de toute activité politique ou idéologique.
tdj_burundi@yahoo.frYes100 - 1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationhttp://www.terredesjeunes.org/burundiInsufficient mobilization of fundsFondation HeinekenMr Michel NDABASHINZEYes
10/12/2016 8:33:19MrsEspérance NTIRAMPEBASOLIDARITE DES FEMMES BURUNDAISES POUR LE BIEN ETRE SOCIAL ET LE PROGRES AU BURUNDIBurundiGenderCibitokeLa consolidation de la paix par :
La formation des jeunes à la Non-violence par l’organisation d’activités diverses : camps de jeunes, chantiers, échanges internationaux, stages de formation, séminaires, accueil et envoi de jeunes du service volontaire européen, festivals, interventions dans les établissements scolaires et toute activité qui contribue à l’éducation pour la paix et à la défense de l'environnement.
La résolution de conflits par la non-violence. Notre objectif est de renforcer une culture de paix par l’éducation en donnant les moyens aux jeunes d’apprendre à résoudre les conflits par la non-violence.

Le projet de Jeunesse et Non-violence est fondamentalement éducatif et reste indépendant en tant qu’organisation de toute activité politique ou idéologique.
La vision de la SFBLSP
Son rêve est la réalisation d'une société juste et équitable favorable à l'épanouissement des femmes /filles sur les plans physiques, juridiques, moral, politique et intellectuel pour un développement durable.

La mission de la SFBLSP
Sa raison d'être est de favoriser le regroupement des femmes pour la défense de leurs droits et intérêts contre toutes formes de violences et de discrimination pour une participation effective des femmes au processus du progrès.




But ultime de la SFBLSP
Regrouper, organiser et de sensibiliser les femmes en vue de créer une prise de conscience pour leur mobilisation et leur participation effective et efficace à leur propre autonomisation socioéconomique
Les objectifs de la SFBLSP sont :
• Mobiliser les ressources financières pour faire avancer les droits des femmes;
• Appuyer financièrement la mise en œuvre des initiatives de ses groupements communautaires membres ;
• Œuvrer au respect des droits des femmes;
• Promouvoir - protéger et défendre les Droits humains des Femmes/filles,
• Lutter contre toutes les formes de violences faites aux femmes ainsi que les pratiques traditionnelles rétrogrades et néfastes faites aux Femmes/filles particulièrement l'excision, les mariages aux enfants, ...
• Informer, former et éduquer les femmes sur leurs droits,
• Encourager les femmes à prendre conscience de leur rôle et leur place dans le développement socio-économique et politique du pays,
• Combattre toute forme de discrimination à l'égard des femmes (testes, attitudes, décisions, comportement etc..),
• Lutter pour l'intégration effective des femmes aux instances de prise de décision à tous les niveaux,
• Valoriser le rôle social de la femme et sa contribution économique dans le foyer et dans le pays,
• Diminuer la propagation du VIH/SIDA et du Paludisme,
• Sensibiliser la population en général et les femmes en multiples partenaires en particulier et des femmes enceintes et allaitantes.
• Prendre en charge des femmes et des enfants vivant avec le VIH/SIDA
• Appuyer les femmes dans leurs efforts de promotion et d'auto- développement économique à travers les activités génératrices de revenus,
• Enfin veiller à l'application correcte des lois et textes non discriminatoires à l'égard des femmes et d'instruments internationaux ratifiés par le pays.
sfblsp_burundi@yahoo.frNo>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to school, Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to school, High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttp://www.iwacu-burundi.org/englishnews/backstreet-abortion-a-reality-in-burundi/?utm_source=International+Campaign+for+Women%27s+Right+to+Safe+Abortion+membership+list&utm_campaign=f24ac44da7-FEATURE_Denial_of_abortion_in_legal_sett7_13_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c9f67cdfa6-f24ac44da7-64320509Lack of GuidanceSAAFAndréHannaYeshttp://www.iwacu-burundi.org/englishnews/backstreet-abortion-a-reality-in-burundi/?utm_source=International+Campaign+for+Women%27s+Right+to+Safe+Abortion+membership+list&utm_campaign=f24ac44da7-FEATURE_Denial_of_abortion_in_legal_sett7_13_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c9f67cdfa6-f24ac44da7-64320509
10/12/2016 18:09:14MrWillie SirleafUNOKLAYALiberiaHealthTownKlay in Klay District, Bomi County in Western Liberia remains the only District Headquarters without a medical facility. With a population 23,397 people Klay District holds the second largest population in Bomi county. There are not more than 2 health clinics in this District and are far from the District Headquarters which is centrally located. Also, Klay host a major intersection linking Liberia to Sierra and a major travel route. In 2014, some Ebola cases were noticed in Klay at the security check point but referral had to be made to the only Government Hospital in Tubmanburg, Bomi County. To have such a great population center without a Health center in close proximity needs the concern of every humanitarian. Klay actually needs a fully serviceable health center that will address the health needs of its population and travelers.klaytboy@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationNot available due to internet connectivityLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsNo Donor commitment at this pointBoima GbellyBoima ZinnahWeata Anderson BogarYesNot available
10/14/2016 19:57:22MrGregory OmorogbeOrganizationNigeriaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentVillagePoverty due to food shortage, economic instability, political crisis, high rise in inflation due to lack of production, corrupt leadership system, youth negligence, epileptic policy structure, High rate of poverty, expensive education fee. this and many more to be mentioned are currently the issues facing youth development and improvement in Nigeria and these has to change.ethicalyouthint@gmail.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationLack of ActionNoneLocal GovernmentState GovernmentFederal GovernmentYeshttp://www.eyi.com.ng
10/15/2016 11:49:32MrFRED BANDAKALOMBOKA COMMUNITY CENTREZAMBIAEducationKALOMBOKA VILLAGE/LUSAKA CITYwe are the kalomboka community centre in the kalomboka village, the organization started in 2012 in the lusaka city and expanded to kalomboka village,direct in the village.the interest of the kalomboka community was to have the community school because the government schools were very far from the area and during rain season was very difficult for children going to school.
the community come up with idea of a school in the community,which can cater about 1000 - 2500 pupils and 500 - 1000 for skills training departments in different areas. we are registered to save the children and the widows for sustainability and train them as entrepreneurs.
kalombokacommunity2012@gmail.comYes>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationWE ARE REGISTERED WITH THE GOVERNMENT AND WE CAN PICTURESLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsWE DO'NT HAVE ANY DONORCOMMUNITYREGISTRAR OF SOCIETIESEXAMINATION COUNCIL OF ZAMBIAYeshttp://www.fredyobe1.com
10/19/2016 18:53:58MrVINCENT MARK ABEDIVIMAS WASH ENTERPRISEGHANAEnvironmentNSAWAM -ADOAGYIRIEXPORT OF NON TRADITIONAL PRODUCT LIKE PINEAPPLE,MORINGA,GARDEN EGGS,OKRO,YAMS,PLANTAIN,COCOYAM,AND FISH FAMING AND NEED A STRONG EXPORT LINK AND ENCOURAGE YOUTH IN THE AREA INTO FARMING,ALSO TO PRODUCE PINEAPPLE ,MANGO AND ORANGE NATURAL DRINKS AND FOR LOCAL CONSUMPTION AND FOR EXPORT AND ELEVATE THIRD PARTIES FROM THE GROUPabedi_m.vincent@yahoo.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationWILL SEND IT YOU YOU LATER THIS WEEKLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsFORMALLY IT WAS WORLD BANKTHE FARMERSFORMALLY FARMAPINEGHANA EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCILYes
11/22/2016 10:29:31MrIssahIssifuGhanaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentNyankpalaLack farm Inputs: The people of Nyankpala are per-dominantly farmers. They cultivate their crops during the raining season between April to June. During this period tractor service and other farm inputs become difficult, leaving most them to fall out from the short raining season.

It is my wish that tractors and other farm input will made availble to the people to have access during the raining season. Also an irrigation facility could be created for them.
yussifissah@yahoo.comNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsDistrict AssembleMinistry of AgricultureYes
2/11/2019 5:17:22MrNaman ObuyiLake Region Research and Community Development LinkKenyaPovertyBondoFarmers have no funds to purchase farm inputsnamando009@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationFrom government agebciesLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsNonArea chiefAssistant County ConmisionerMinistry of DevolutionYeshttp://www.larrcodlink.org
2/17/2019 13:40:53MrNtomnifor Richard FruOrganization for Community Tourism and Nature Conservation ( OCOTONAP)CameroonEnvironmentVillage, settlement and townThe development goals around the Mankon Sacred Forest encompass contributing towards environmental conservation and the sustainable management of forest (natural) resources for the improvement of livelihoods.
The Mankon Sacred Forest is the largest Sacred Forest in the North West Region of Cameroon. Located in the neighborhood of the fast growing Bamenda City Council, the threatened forest plays a vital role in preserving and enhancing natural carbon sink in this urban area thereby offering a great opportunity to increase carbon sequestration and mitigate against climate change on land.
Further, the Mankon Sacred Forest Reserve which is one of the last patches of Sub-montane forests in the Bamenda Highlands area (North West Region) of Cameroon and one of the WWF identified biodiversity hotspots, functions as a watershed and a tourist attraction. It is very vital for nature tourism and bird watching. In a rapid ecological baseline monitoring survey carried out in 2006 by the Netherlands Development Organization (SNV), 112 bird species (12 of them endemic) were identified alongside 103 plant species. This is an indication that the forest is rich in biodiversity and ecotourism potentials. The forest has in recent years experienced a lot of habitat fragmentation and massive deforestation resulting to reduction in the size of the forest, soil erosion, land degradation and the destruction of biodiversity. This has also led to shortage in water supply for agriculture, household use, livestock rearing, scarcity in Non -Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) and acute poverty. The watershed found in the forest no longer provides enough water for market gardening and living organisms it harbors such as frogs, tortoise, snails and fishes. Besides, there exist no projects in this forest area to take care of community needs (water, fuel wood, NTFPs etc) hence the rationale for this project.
It is also difficult to have a simple management plan (SMP) of the forest because the exact size of this forest is not known let alone its conservation status. More over land use management is not also possible, that is why the population is encroaching into the forest without control. As a means to protect the forest, conserve biodiversity and promote ecotourism, we intend to carry out mapping, complete inventory of birds and plant species in the forest and reforest most of the deforested area. Equally, empowering the surrounding population with modern farming techniques and renewable energy uses.
ocotonap@yahoo.conYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationLittle or no engagement by donor agencies / IFIsOrganization for Community Tourism and Nature ProtectionMr. Ntomnifor Richard Fru, Executive Director, OCOTONAPMinistry of Forestry and WildlifeNOhttp://www.mankonkingdom.org and http://www.facebook.com/ocotonap
2/17/2019 15:35:59MissEva Ndamono ShitaatalaNamibiaHealthWindhoekThe Namibian’s public health system, in particular, the environmental health service delivery, is characterized by a limited evidence on the impact of environmental health-related services on the reduction of diseases attributable to environmental exposure. This is mainly because the country’s environmental health systems are paper-based, which limits the opportunity for trend analysis from service related data. As results limiting the link of environmental health related services to the country disease burden and the geographical pattern of enterprise compliance. . Apart from a limited access to public hygiene related enforcement records, evidence on the business owner’s level of awareness and understanding of statutory requirements affecting business operations is also limited. However, the current status of hygiene and increased trends of occupational injuries reported in local media suggest a gross level of negligence. Which is further exacerbated by limited inspection coverage at the country level. The situation is further aggravated by a lack of clear enforcement strategies, technical guidance notes for environmental health professionals as well as by an outdated public health legislation, and a legal system that does not support the enforcement of public health legislation.evene38@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationInsufficient mobilization of fundsnoneLocal authorities, SMEs, and JusticeYes
2/18/2019 8:02:35MrDesalegn Dargaso DanaWolaita Sodo UniversityEthiopiaPovertyWolaita Sodo, EthiopiaAlmost half population migrated due to poverty and unemployment cause. desdargaso@gmail.comNo>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationYou may search on Google (Wolaita Sodo, Southern Ethiopia))Insufficient mobilization of fundsWorld visionKebele chairmanDistrict managerPoverty reduction coordinatorYeswsuniv@ethionet.et
2/18/2019 8:50:49MrGeorge Henry OkumuOrganisation KenyaEnvironmentTown and cityPeople need knowledge to understand our social responsibility, careless littering is not allowed, and cutting off tree without planting should be discouraged in our communities. smashhitpro@gmail.comYes100 - 1000High e.g. Most of the populations in the village go to schoolGood: Previous action, guidance, engagement and mobilizationWe have videos and photos on our page, ubuntu rave kenya Insufficient mobilization of fundsBusia county Government Office of area Mca Department of environment and youth, sports and culture Ministry of environment Yes
2/24/2019 14:38:04MrATABONGLEFAC CLAUDELEWOH STUDENT ASSOCIATION BUEACameroonHumanitarian AidBUEAFast forward to the current crisis, and the “Anglophone problem” resurged in October 2016 when lawyers went on a strike in an effort to force the government to stop appointing Francophone magistrates who spoke no English and had no training in common law to preside over courts in the Anglophone regions.

While the march mobilised by the lawyers was peaceful, police forces violently dispersed the crowd, and manhandled some lawyers. Teachers soon came out in support of the lawyers, and university students joined the rallies leading to violent clashes with police and army as the government’s response was to militarise the region.

The current crisis has increased support for a return to the 1961 federation and power-sharing agreement among the Anglophone population, and reinforced support for secessionism among others. In light of the past October elections, President Paul Biya, who is 85 and in power since 1982, has to contend with the need for change that is sweeping across the nation.

It is difficult to imagine a credible dialogue to calm the tensions unless the government takes conciliatory measures, unlike before, and sets out institutional reforms that decentralise the country.

Also a firmer response from the international community, such as the African Union, could help to avoid the conflict from deteriorating into Africa’s next civil war.

The crisis has revealed the gap between the concerns of the Anglophone and Francophone population, as well as a disparity between the elites and common folk, especially as Francophones share some Anglophone grievances.
jeanjacquesaten@mail.comNo>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationhttps://youtu.be/ct_SLnAGDuMLack of ActionLewoh students Association BueaAtabonglefac ClaudeNkenglefac DoretteJean Jacques ATENCHONGYes
3/11/2019 5:12:48MrFoday Haroun SankohSierra Leone Students Games AssociationSierra LeoneEnergyVillageGreetings,my village is darkest village in my country.(1)development issues is the light which is very important to us,my village lack light and I am crying for help in the international organization to help so that we can able to do move developmental activities in the village.There are so many so many other developmental area but light is my main concern because it will help us alot to do many things.Uthharoun@yahoo.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationNo video for nowLack of ActionNonnonNonNonNonNONon
3/13/2019 23:24:51MrObi Peter Daniel OnyeigweYouths for Peace Building& Development in AFrica ( YOUPEDA)NigeriaAgriculture & Rural DevelopmentEbba and Badna VillageNigeria under democratic rule has witnessed repeated sullen and weak successes and breakdowns in governance structures, systems and institutions due to the prolonged lack of citizen’s democracy, lack of citizen participation and inequities in resource distribution, contested values and consequent limited sense of national identity, community and nationhood. Following numerous years and journey of democracy and transitional administrations, Nigeria took giant stride towards stability with the re-birth in 1999 of a democratically elected government with the promise of addressing the challenges foreign debts, economic recovery and national development. In rebuilding institutions of governance and promoting democracy, there has been much focus on political party reforms, legislative capacity building and judicial reform, at the expense of programs to promote home- grown or peoples’ centered democracy and participation in governance. Most Nigerians – the majority of whom reside in rural communities and are illiterate – still lack basic knowledge of their rights and responsibilities; unfamiliar with ways of participating actively in decision-making at the local level and holding their elected officials accountable. This includes tens of thousands of marginalized rural youths including women, men and the elderly farmers and traders. Also, there is a general lack of communal feeling and patriotism, as well as adequate understanding of the provisions of the Nigerian constitution. The problem is further compounded by the lack of initiative and/or political will by the government (national, state and local) authorities in stimulating citizens’ participation in local governance.
I propose to examine the key Democracy and Human Right question-“How can True Citizens and home-grown Democracy save Nigeria: an alternative to Democratic setbacks” This topic is importantly chosen to put the government and elected leaders on their feet to fulfil the social contract they signed with the citizens. The high level of poverty among the citizens, Hunger, corruption and bribery are serious issues affecting the average citizens who do not have a say in the system of government; because they do not know to engage them (the Government) effectively. Indeed, this topic is important in order to raise a new crop of strong willing voices of the citizens in Nigeria through citizenship empowerment, strengthening of individual, civic engagement with capacity to demand political accountability.
A country of over 180 million, my project goals include being the architect of a foray through methodological expertise needed to conduct cutting edge research and investigations that will bring democratic and citizen driven turn around in Nigeria.

dobipeters@yahoo.comNo>1000Low e.g. None of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilization https://www.primepost.ng/2019/02/06/nasarawa-community-appeals-for-basic-infrastructure/, https://nnn.com.ng/politics/2019/02/21/badna-community-nasarawa-appeals-for-basic-infrastructure/Lack of GuidanceWorld Faith, NY and YOUPEDA members donations in NigeriaMaikefi Moses JonathanDanjuma Musa and Yakubu AudiObi PeterYeshttp://www.youpeda.org (Being reconstructed)
4/11/2019 20:10:01MrEgeke Chiemeka Eric Wuse District Hospital Abuja NigeriaHumanitarian AidNyanya, AbujaLack of healthcare facility with dilapidated medical equipment that can not function effective, as a result leading to increase to infant mortality rate of the dwellers that cannot afford money to attend the big hospital meant for the big menegekeeric@gmail.comNo100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationNil for nowLack of ActionI wouldn't know the donors for nowHospital management board Federal capital territory Health and Human Service Secretariat Ministry of Health NONil
5/18/2019 19:40:57MissJuliet fumpaNipaZambiaPovertyLusakaPovertyFumpajuliet0@gmail.comYes100 - 1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=k-7XmIMimXUInsufficient mobilization of fundsUnited nationsThe governmentCouncilorsCentral govermentNONA
5/19/2019 13:20:49MrNoah Mushinka VARUN Zambian EducationNdolaEducation quality mushinkanoah@gmail.com No>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolWeak: no action, no guidance, no engagement or no mobilizationNo new schools have been belt to decongest existing ones.Insufficient mobilization of fundsGovernment Government Government ministry Government ministry NOmushinkanoah@gmail.com
6/3/2019 7:53:54MrChisomo Thezhi KanthemaTME Education/ Dolphin MalawiScience & TechnologyBlantyreWe teach electronics and electronics systems designs in Malawi, targeting youth in rural areas to have exposure to current technological trends and how they could use electronics knowledge to design system for sustainable development. we also teach about UN Sustainable Development Goals and encourage participant to design system based on these goals. these workshop have helped us to understand levels of challenges faced by most youths in colleges and our program is helping changing realities of many youths.

our goal is to ensure that most electronic devices are made locally, from designing, fabrication of pcb's and assembly. the most painful fact here in malawi is that we import almost every electronic devices from china including chargers, Bluetooth speakers to sophisticated medical devices and robotics. we hope to train more youth to use computers and 3d printer with their untapped ideas we can create magic to our nation
kanthema73@gmail.comYes>1000Middle e.g. Some of the populations in the village go to schoolFair: some action, some guidance, some engagement or some mobilizationhttps://m.facebook.com/groups/145694206273463?refid=46&__xts__%5B0%5D=12.%7B%22unit_id_click_type%22%3A%22graph_search_results_item_tapped%22%2C%22click_type%22%3A%22result%22%2C%22module_id%22%3A2%2C%22result_id%22%3A145694206273463%2C%22session_id%22%3A%22436324783668da17c352adce312377ef%22%2C%22module_role%22%3A%22ENTITY_GROUPS%22%2C%22unit_id%22%3A%22browse_rl%3Aacfae3ff-e971-4287-ad08-f23db1f47d26%22%2C%22browse_result_type%22%3A%22browse_type_group%22%2C%22unit_id_result_id%22%3A145694206273463%2C%22module_result_position%22%3A0%7DLack of GuidanceTME Education/ Chisomo Thezhi Kanthema/ Sanga Kanthemahisomo Thezhi Kanthema/ Sanga Kanthemahisomo Thezhi Kanthema/ Sanga Kanthemahisomo Thezhi Kanthema/ Sanga KanthemaYeshttp://www.tmeeducation.com

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