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Empower Future Leaders from Mumbai Red-Light Areas
by Kranti
Kranti empowers girls from Mumbai's red-light areas to become agents of social change! project reportread updates from the field
Cassava growing for food security in Kenya
Kenya is experiencing severe drought and acute food shortages. Michael Murigi, 3rd year PATHWAYS scholar, has made tremendous progress in introducing cassava growing to his community. Cassava is an indigenous crop that is fast growing and well adapted to the dry environment. His community would like to expand the project by purchasing a mill so that flour can be produced and food products made and sold. project reportread updates from the field
Give In-School Music Classes to Los Angeles Youth
ETM-LA serves over 6,000 disadvantaged students with weekly, yearlong music classes at no cost. We provide music teachers, instruments, and guidance for schools to sustain the program project reportread updates from the field
Planting 15000 trees in Madagascar
by Zahana
Zahana wants to plant 10 trees for each woman, child and man in our villages. Based on community feedback, the villagers will actively work as re-foresters and caretakers on this ambitious goal: planting 15,000 trees over the next few years. Drawing on our gardeners' years of experience growing seedlings and planting trees successfully, it is time to scale up our efforts and plant a new forest. project reportread updates from the field
Growing Healthy Families
Fresh food is healthy food. Unfortunately, access to fresh vegetables and fruits has grown out of reach for many people, especially low-income families with children and seniors to care for. Every year, Hidden Villa's Sustainable Agriculture program donates over 12,000 lbs of fresh produce to our Silicon Valley neighbors in need. That's 48,000 servings of fruits and vegetables a year! project reportread updates from the field
Philippine Flood Relief Fund
An average of 8 to 9 typhoons make landfall in the Philippine area each year. These relentless rains can cause widespread damage in the Philippines. This fund has provided emergency relief to the victims of the floods since 2011 and will continue to do so as assistance is needed. project reportread updates from the field