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Youth Led Projects November 2019

Global Changemakers has an unshakeable mission to support young people to create a positive change towards a more just, fair and sustainable world. One of the ways we do is through providing grants to youth-led projects. During the second funding cycle for 2019 we released 19 grants, adding to a total of 363 since the launch of our grants programme.

Check out more about the projects that received grants

Courtesy: FLIK

Be Dragons | Anna Safronova

Disrupting the cycle of neglect and isolation of orphans in Russia

Destination 30 | Lauren Asher

Creating access to crucial school materials and as well as develop key capacities such as digital literacy in Scotland and Ghana

Colour of Thoughts | Kiranjeet

Using art as a medium to promote healing and provoke critical discussion about refugee rights in Malaysia

Using visual and performing arts to educate and empower women in Pakistan

Courtesy: Free Helper

FLIK | Ravina Anand

Emboldening the next generation of women leaders in the social sector through support and resources in Canada

Free Helper | Gabriel Pinheiro

A platform connecting professionals with volunteer opportunities at non-profits in Brazil

Her Story | Mishal Shah

Sharing the stories of, and providing income generating skills training to marginalised domestic helpers in Pakistan

Courtesy: Her Story Pakistan

#KendaTogether | Jaiksana Jackson Jambu

Establishing a library and promoting a culture of quality education at Rhino Refugee Camp in Uganda

Kua Coffee | Darcy Small

Using coffee as a vehicle to inspire fair and circular consumption in Uganda

Leadership Convention Nigeria | Emeribe Anthony Chinedu

Providing mentorship, skills training and inspiration to high school learners in Nigeria

Cascade training to develop the next generation of female political leaders in Zambia

Menos | Joao Duarte

Simplifying the creation of micro-business through providing a whole eco-system of support in Portugal

Catalysing action on the climate crisis through sustainable infrastructure and education at schools in Chile

Save Her Pride | Aisha Kabba

Combatting violence against women and children in Sierra Leone

Empowering citizens to make informed choices about environmentally sustainable building materials in Australia

Training Our Communities | William Reyes

Reducing human loss in natural disasters by providing first aid training to communities in Guatemala

Courtesy: Zeta

Uzuri Women | Michael Kayemba

Making cervical and breast cancer screenings available to low income women in Uganda

Waste to Jobs | Meseret Molla

Using recycling initiatives to provide income generating opportunities for young girls in Ethiopia

Zeta | Changemakers Giada Crivelli & Damian Stähli

Working to break the cycle of stigma and silence related to mental health issues in Switzerland


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