Volunteer Projects

The Peace Corps Partnership Program funds community-led projects around the world. Donate to a project, or give to the Global Fund and we'll send your money where it's needed most.
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  • Community Growth
  • Health
Imagine three women in labor in a one-room maternity ward designed to accommodate only one. The room is packed with visitors, luggage, and medical equipment. After giving birth, only one of them can sleep on a bed, while the other mothers must sleep with their newborns on the floor. What ...
Goal
$7,997.92
  • Community Growth
  • Health
  • Women & Gender
Florence is a year and two months old, named after her grandmother who currently is her guardian, is suffering from Marasmus. Losing her mother at at birth has developed many malnutrition problems and stress to her grandmother to provide the health she needs. They live 25 kilometers from the nearest ... Long term, KMC will have the knowledge and connections to the district offices for aid and development in future projects. Post-construction activities will contribute to the goals of improved maternal and child healthcare, the prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), and the reduction of HIV transmission. Community members, leaders, and stakeholders ...
Goal
$12,819.23
  • Health
  • Women & Gender
This project will involve the procurement of oxygen cylinders and pulse oximeter for expectant mothers and new born babies. The availability of this equipment will help save the life of new born babies who mainly die due to asphyxia as a result of inadequate oxygen. The activities that this project ...
Goal
$5,218.50
  • Health
The objective is to build a house in which a trained medical technician can live in and provide medical aid to the community as needed. Currently the only functioning clinic is located 24 km away, which has forced community members with Malaria and other ailments to make the long hike ...
Goal
$13,844.81
  • Community Growth
  • Education
  • Youth
Our school is understaffed, we have 14 teachers and over 800 pupils - with enrollment increasing every year. We have classes with over 100 pupils in one classroom at a time. If we had enough teachers, our school would be able to split grades into two or more classes to have ...
Goal
$17,241.67
  • Let Girls Learn
  • Youth
This money will be used to purchase materials to make chitenge pads at school on International Women's Day. The morning will start with education about menstruation then students will learn how to make reusable menstrual pads. The objective is that students will understand more about the menstrual cycle and ...
Funding Complete
Total Raised
$1,000.00