Village Earth

Village Earth helps reconnect communities to the resources that promote human well-being by enhancing social and political empowerment, community self-reliance and self-determination. We do this by strengthening intermediate and grassroots organizations through fiscal sponsorship, networking, training, research and advocacy.
Support Menstrual Hygiene for 5000 Nepali Girls
With every $100 raised, we will distribute disposable sanitary napkins to rural school girls in order to develop their menstrual hygiene. Along with sanitary napkins we will be distributing the "Menstrupedia" book for menstrual awareness and dustbins for proper disposal. This ensures the hygienic practice of menstruation in rural area as well as minimization of menstrual taboo in local level through awareness book. For the proper disposal of napkins, dustbins will also be provided.
Encourage Creativity in Cambodian Kids Through Art
Public school in Cambodia consists of route learning with creativity being stifled. Our art classes at Human and Hope Association aim to address this, with weekly lessons using encouraging the students to think outside of the box and let the creative juices flow. This program increases their confidence and their originality.
Provide Medical Support to 20 Rural Communities
Our target group is 20 native indigenous communities who are semi-nomadic and live in extreme poverty. These communities are far removed from urban centers and mobilizing these people is very difficult and expensive due to how remote they are. Therefore, it is very difficult for them to access medical centers. This project provides mobile medical care to 20 communities who otherwise would not have any access to this care.
Help Farmers Fight Hunger & Child Abuse in LIberia
This project will help develop the next generation of Gbeah's Town age farmers by training 10 farmers on sustainable development in District 2, Gbeah's Town. The strategy will be based on traditional Gbeah's Town values and leadership principles and for group facilitation, advocacy, organizational leadership, and community mobilization. They will then be organized to initiate a sustainable model they are passionate about in their town.
Reclaim land for buffalo and Lakota lifeways
Knife Chief Buffalo Nation, a grassroots project on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, works to reclaim 1800 acres of ancestral lands for restoring buffalo, and Lakota culture and lifeways. project reportread updates from the field
Training and Support for Grassroots Organizations
Village Earth seeks to transform the traditional aid system from one driven by donors and implemented by foreign NGO's to a system driven by the needs and desires of local people and implemented by their own organizations. We accomplish this by strengthening intermediate and grassroots organizations through networking, training, research and advocacy. project reportread updates from the field
Support a Cambodian community to overcome poverty
We aim to empower Cambodians to create sustainable futures for themselves. We achieve this through education, vocational training and community support projects for our community in Siem Reap, Cambodia. project reportread updates from the field
Lakota Lands Recovery Project
The Lakota Lands Recovery Project began in 2003 to support Tribes and Individual American Indians in South Dakota to utilize their land base. Currently, of all the farms and ranches on South Dakota Reservations, less than 35% are operated by American Indians. The LLRP is working to reverse this statistic by providing grants to support Native land-based enterprises, providing technical support and outreach to Tribes and their members, educating the public and advocating for policy change. project reportread updates from the field
Provide Preschool Class to 10 Kids in Cambodia
This project will provide vital education to impoverished five year olds in Siem Reap, Cambodia. By teaching them Khmer, letting their creativity shine through art, playing games and educating them on hygiene practices, they and their parents will see the importance of education so they are enrolled in public school at age six. project reportread updates from the field
Solar panel=clean energy for an indigenous villag
This project will enable essential communication and bring clean energy in a Kamayura village in the Brazilian Amazon. The radio (vital to communicate medical emergencies and get life-saving help), a couple of computers and a small internet satellite dish for the school could be powered with solar panels. Currently, the radio is not working and the internet/computers work only when there is gasoline available (rarely). The generator pollutes the air and makes a lot of noise. project reportread updates from the field

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