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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  • Let Girls Learn
"Everyday Hygiene, Health and Success at School” will create an enabling environment for education for all students at a secondary school in Kampong Thom Province, Cambodia through the establishment of a reliable water source for 12 latrines, construction of 8 new hand washing stations and improved hygiene behaviors of staff ...
Goal
$5,159.50
  • Let Girls Learn
The our village is situated in the Leribe district in Northwest Lesotho. Students in this school are mainly boys. This is guaranteed by the fact that out of 198 learners of the school, only 73 of the number are girls. This means that only 36 percent of students are girls ...
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$4,034.81
  • Let Girls Learn
Currently girls and boys in Georgia are raised in a conservative environment, facing traditional gender norms on a daily basis. Girls not having much opportunities to show up their full potential, if at all. While boys are faced to rigid gender norms that they are imposed from early childhood. Considering ...
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$3,340.53
  • Let Girls Learn
This is a small high school in rural Lesotho, with few modifications since is founding in 1979. Student enrollment has decreased in recent years as a result of few facilities and low test scores. This project is intended to meet these needs by transforming a former classroom turned storeroom to ...
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$3,191.39
  • Let Girls Learn
  • Women & Gender
  • Youth
Water is necessary to all forms of life, not only for drinking, but also to be able to clean our environment, to maintain a hygienic and healthy life, to grow our food, and more. These issues are a part of the objectives of the Well Project. As such, the completion ...
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$11,705.59
  • Let Girls Learn
  • Youth
As Georgia continues to grow and thrive, the needs of the country from its population shift. Greater civic engagement for thoughtful reform and policy-making is important in a new global age. Critical thinking skills to solve large national problems and small community problems is needed to unite the different valuable ...
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$2,478.75
  • Let Girls Learn
The Northern and Upper East Regions' Girls Leading Our World (GLOW) and Boys Respecting Others (BRO) youth development camp will provide a safe environment for youth to learn about themselves, to build self-confidence, and to gain leadership skills that will allow them to excel in the classroom and become leaders ...
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$8,142.22
  • Let Girls Learn
The Western and Central Regions' Girls Leading Our World (GLOW) and Boys Respecting Others (BRO) youth development camp will provide a safe environment for youth to learn about themselves, build self-confidence, and gain leadership skills that will allow them to excel in the classroom and become leaders in their communities ...
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$5,550.45
  • Let Girls Learn
  • Women & Gender
  • Youth
In our school, there are 156 girls between 7-17 years of age and 30 women employees. We have a lack of practicing physical exercise by girls and women in our community, a presence of low self-esteem in girls, and high levels of stress in our female professors. In order to ...
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$6,042.97
  • Let Girls Learn
PCVs in Timor-Leste’s Aileu District are working closely with local and national counterparts to host the inaugural Camp GLOW (Girls Leading Our World). The three-day camp will invite 30 young women between the ages of 13-17 to engage in conversations and skill building activities focused on gender equality, health ...
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$2,309.50