Volunteer Projects

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  • Health
  • Women & Gender
The Rural Health Center currently serves between 14,500 and 15,000 individuals from 12 different catchment areas and over 30 different villages. Four of the current catchment areas are over 20 km from the clinic. Based on population, annually, the clinic expects to have 610 births or about 51 births monthly. …
Goal
$9,833.54
  • Health
  • Community Growth
  • Women & Gender
Every year, more than 600 mothers give birth at the local Health Center. The catchment area spans 5 square miles. When expecting mothers go into labor, they are carried on a locally made gurney by family and friends - on foot - to the health center, which could be more …
Goal
$7,412.79
  • Health
  • Education
  • Water & Sanitation
“Let's Play: Promoting and Developing Physical Activities for Girls” is a grant proposal that aims to promote gender-equitable life skills and to develop physical activity among girls, boys and youth at our public middle school and in our community. An aggregate survey of 109 girls and boys from our school …
Goal
$9,881.62
  • Health
  • Community Growth
  • Water & Sanitation
This project proposal is to construct a new well water pump within the village for the citizens to have year-round access to clean water. This project is not only necessary because water is essential for life, but the installation of a pump in the village will save massive amounts of …
Goal
$12,580.58
  • Health
  • Education
  • Youth
The main objective of our project is to empower our students to become confident community leaders through learning first-aid and resuscitation and having leadership training. These training sessions will be for students in our 10th and 11th form and will occur during the school day as a required subject for …
Goal
$4,584.61
  • Health
  • Environment
This project aims to provide community and capacity building, along with environmental awareness, and community leadership. Through this project the community developed an ecological group with an executive team. This group meets monthly to create, plan, and implement events that help raise funds that the group can use for future …
Goal
$3,813.25
  • Health
  • Environment
  • Community Growth
In this rural agricultural community located in Panama, most houses use wood-burning stoves to feed their families. These open-fire stoves are inefficient, consuming large quantities of wood and thus contributing to deforestation in the community, releasing copious amounts of smoke, contaminating the air and posing health risks. The project “Eco-Stoves …
Goal
$3,925.82
  • Health
  • Environment
  • Community Growth
The Eco-Stove project has two main goals: to provide a stove that will reduce smoke production and in turn significantly reduce smoke intake by women and their families, as well as reduce the quantity of wood used while cooking to lessen the environmental impact of a wood-burning stove. In addition, …
Goal
$3,277.30
  • Health
  • Environment
  • Community Growth
This grant will fund the construction of twenty seven (27) ecological cook stoves in the local community in Panama. This project will directly benefit 25 families, in addition to community members that use the casa comunal as a meeting space and the students at the K-6 school. All projects participants …
Goal
$5,535.80
  • Health
  • Environment
  • Community Growth
The local community's first "Ecological Stove" project seeks to bring more efficiency and reforestation to the community. The ecological stove group consists of ten families that wish to construct family stoves and out of the group, two individuals intend to build stoves for their separate churches. Each family is striving …
Goal
$2,878.70