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Recently Funded Projects

These are projects that have recently been awarded funding by POST.  It’s an incredibly difficult decision to decide which applications to support from the many we receive each month, but we try to pick those that will have the biggest impact with what little money we can give.

November 2018

  • Divine Action Rural Dev
    450 GBP for education equipment in Uganda
  • Ecological Balance
    450 GBP for forest garden in Cameroon

September 2018

  • Action For Change, Cameroon
    500 GBP for textbooks & furniture for a school library
  • Youth and Women Initiative for Sustainable Development, Uganda
    500 GBP for new roofing for 6 classrooms

August 2018

  • Girl Smile Rwanda Association, Rwanda
    800 GBP for school vegetable gardens
  • Skilling for Rural Communities, Uganda
    600 GBP for 10,000 litre water tank
  • Foundation for woman and children empowerment, Liberia
    600 GBP for a women’s gardening and agricultural project

May 2018

  • Raise33, India
    600 GBP for repairing three bore hole wells
  • AWODES, Uganda
    600 GBP for boys and girls sanitary pad making and education in hygiene.
  • NAWODE, Uganda
    500 GBP for kitchen gardens for 50 women
  • OGBUERI, Nigeria
    333 GBP for poultry including vaccinations

March 2018

    500 GBP for the construction of a 3-classroom school building for the children of a poor farming community
    500 GBP to purchase 10,000 fruit tree seedlings to be planted throughout 10 villages affected by drought and global warming
  • MSICHANA MWAFRIKA AGENDA, a women’s group in Kenya
    500 GBP to construct a fodder silo and equipment for a dairy farm

January 2018

  • CCDR (Centre for Child Development and Research, Malawi
    950 GBP to fund the building of a classroom and provide teaching materials and a first aid box in Mponela district

November 2017

  • Sain Tus Center NG, Mongolia
    600 GBP for 30 families seeds and tool
  • PEAS (Peoples Educational Awareness Service) Trust, Tamil Nadu, India
    600 GBP for millet and pulse production
  • BARWODA (Bayira Rural Womens Development Association), Uganda
    600 GBP to set up a project for poor women to produce fuel briquettes