The unrelenting vision of Splash is to secure clean water in 2,000 schools (420,000 kids) and 1,000 child-serving institutions - orphanages, hospitals, and shelters (250,000 kids) in Kolkata. In 2018 we will implement full water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions at 150 schools! Additionally, we will continue forging ahead with hygiene education in partnership with the Indian government by training 1,800 teachers with Splash curriculum.
The project aims at providing a training program to Brazilian youths from the poorest suburbs of Sao Paulo. This will allow them to find a job in fields such as computing, HR assistant and administrative assistant. Basic English is also taught. The goal is to provide the students sufficient knowledge to find a job or set up and run a small business (salon, barbershop, small shop etc.). Courses take place in Sao Paulo at Associacao Danyann: Aprender e Evoluir (Learn and Evolve (ADAE).
With so much at stake and so much opportunity, your donations will support the creation of printed, interactive and mural Green Maps in communities across China. Interpreted in Chinese, our award-winning social mapping platform, icons, and adaptable resources engage professional, youth and grassroots leaders in mapping the way to a more sustainable future.
This innovative project teaches underprivileged children in Argentina about coding and programming so they can create their own future. It provides them with the tools to operate at the speed of digital, to innovate, and to ignite social change. It does not just close the digital gap, but it empowers them to create a whole new reality for those currently marginalized. An equal whole world of creativity will be unleashed.
Sami's Project will plant 5,000 fruit and nut trees with young children in 96 participating Moroccan schools and villages. HAF's staff along with local teachers and community leaders will discuss with students the social and environmental benefits of tree planting, raising awareness of their value. By providing environmental skills and knowledge to rural school children, they are empowered to protect their local environment and improve their livelihoods.