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Malipai Livelihoods Philippines
  • Category: Education, Life / Vocational Skilling, Micro-enterprise
  • Grant: $75,001 - $150,000
  • Target Group: Any
  • Gender: Any
  • Age: Adolescents
  • Country: Philippines

Malipai Livelihoods Philippines

Upon leaving school, many clever and capable young minds are deprived of their career ambitions due to a lack of education and employment opportunities.  Despite working 6 full days a week in menial labour, they earn barely enough to maintain a subsistence lifestyle.

Mathematics and Physics Workshops
  • Category: Education
  • Grant: $25,001 to 75,000
  • Target Group: Any
  • Gender: Any
  • Age: Adolescents
  • Country: South Africa

Mathematics and Physics Workshops

In the rural midlands of South Africa, schools are under resourced and ill-equipped to reach their fullest potential in secondary education.  This project has been launched in recognition of the need to address poor quality teaching and learning of Mathematics and Physical Science throughout impoverished townships in the area.

Micro-enterprise
  • Category: Education, Life / Vocational Skilling, Micro-enterprise
  • Grant: $10,001 to $25,000
  • Target Group: Any
  • Gender: Any
  • Age: Any
  • Country: Sri Lanka

Micro-enterprise

Despite Sri Lanka’s remarkable social progress in literacy, life expectancy and infant mortality, success in generating economic growth has somewhat lagged behind. Underemployment and underachievement has arisen in rural areas where opportunities for higher education and career advancement in modern industries are few

Micro-Enterprise Training and Loans
  • Category: Micro-enterprise
  • Grant: $10,001 to $25,000
  • Target Group: Displaced people, Marginalised people
  • Gender: Any
  • Age: Any
  • Country: Congo, the Democratic Republic of the

Micro-Enterprise Training and Loans

Despite strong financial growth associated with a rich store of natural resources, the benefits of trade and investment from the international sphere has not been distributed evenly within the Democratic Republic of Congo.  Turning to self-sufficient innovation, a centralised service centre has been set up to upskill marginalised Congolese as they take out small loans to commence micro-enterprise ventures.