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The Pollinate Energy Fellowship for Youth Outside India – An Opportunity to Experience and Support the Urban Poor

Deadline: 29 August 2014 306 million people in India live without access to electricity, which means they rely on fossil fuels, such as kerosene, for light. This is the 25% (1/4) of India’s population. Young People based outside India have an opportunity to help these people improve their living standard through Pollinate Energy Fellowship. The […]

Nike Foundation

Nike Foundation invests on adolescent girls. The foundation believes that the 250 million girls living in poverty can play a crucial role in solving the most persistent development problems facing the world today. The foundation states “When a girl in the developing world is enabled to realize her full potential, she isn’t the only one who escapes […]

Ford Foundation

Ford Foundation is working with visionary leaders and organizations to change social structures and institutions so that everyone has the opportunity to achieve their full potential and have a voice in decisions that affect them. Ford Foundation commits to social justice. Areas of Interest Gender, Sexuality and Reproductive Justice Human Rights Educational Opportunity and Scholarship […]

IKEA Foundation

IKEA Foundation funds programs run by large and small organizations around the world. One of the funding areas of IKEA is women empowerment. IKEA believes that women can be the most important catalysts for change in their children’s lives. By empowering women-through education, skills training, improved healthcare, or providing a loan to set up a […]

International Development Exchange

Empowering women, the most effective way of fighting poverty, is central to the mission of International Development Exchange (IDEX). It exists to effect systemic change, shift unequal power dynamics, influence giving to adopt egalitarian practices, balance learning between the global south and north, and facilitate connections. IDEX goes to the most remote and neglected places […]