Four new projects approved in June 2023

29 June 2023

The Foundation will provide funding to CHASE Africa for a second project, building on and consolidating achievements of the previous initiative. The project aims to improve access to and uptake of youth friendly health services in Narok West sub-county.

The Legacy of War Foundation will receive funding from the Foundation for the first time, for a project that will establish 2 new climate-smart agricultural cooperatives in Gasabo District, Rwanda, for 60 vulnerable women farmers, enabling them to become the legal owners and managers of the land they are farming.

Powering Potential will be supported for a project that will enable 446 girls and 350 boys (ages 13-16) in two Tanzanian schools to have access to information technology, computer studies, global information resources, and training.

The Foundation will provide funding to Wild Survivors for a project in the Arusha region of Tanzania, that will establish a women-led beekeeping and honey production enterprise to mitigate human-elephant conflict.