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Started by Daniel Bassill. Last reply by Daniel Bassill Apr 20, 2013.
Started by Daniel Bassill. Last reply by Daniel Bassill Sep 7, 2011.
Now we are working on transposing our Robin Hood Brasil to Africa... you know our country have much in commom with Africa... but we on the begining, we need help from people that already have projects or contacts in Africa. We have partners in Ghana, Uganda and Kenya but we need sponsors.
We are developing an environmental education project for children and tennagers. We are looking for internacional partners, watch:
access our game blog: http://ehcos.blogspot.com
Jay van AmstelAmbiente em Movimento Institutehttp://pt.wiserearth.org/organization/view/c6f107f1ce89a1dd43dd44cc11529b7d/section/main#
I am running the Butterfly Project in Kampala and Lyantonde, which is developing young Ugandans, who can and are creating change in their schools and neighbourhoods.
In Feb 2011 we are also planning to launch a school for social enterprise, which will add three subjects alongside the other core subjects - social enterprise, ethics and international citizenship. We still need to raise some money for this - about £2,000 left to find (donations accepted on our web-site www.socialenterpriseafrica.org) - but we are also interested in finding partners and mentors for the new cohort from Kitgum and Lamwo starting soon. If you feel you can contribute to the new curriculum or help in any other way with the development of the school, then please contact me. There is plenty of other information about the Butterfly Project on-line, so browse to our web-site, if you are interested in hearing. If you have any questions, then mail me!
Thisweb portal, titled The Communications Initiative, might be useful for organizations serving Africa, Asia, etc. The link I'm pointing to is a table you can search, by country, for funding opportunities, specific to different categories, such as children, education, etc.
If any of you find it useful, please share your experiences.
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