Partnership for Sustainable Development Nepal

2015 Summer Newsletter

When you donate to The Global Fund for Children, you protect children from slavery. You send girls to school for the first time. You provide healing care to children who have been to war and back. But you also do more than that. You support some of the most courageous community leaders in the world.


Young beneficiaries of Children of Tien-Shan, a GFC grassroots partner in Kyrgyzstan.

A Great Model for Central Asian NGOs

By: on June 25th, 2015

Located in Kyrgyzstan, Children of Tien-Shan runs an emergency shelter for vulnerable children, with the eventual aim of reuniting them with their biological families or placing them with foster families.

Jerish poses with some of her earnings. With her is Comfort Yikiru, coordinator of community health for RICE-WN.

How a Livelihood Program Changed a Rural Girl’s Life

By: on June 25th, 2015

Although the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) is no longer active in northern Uganda, the group’s violent actions have left a terrible legacy. GFC grassroots partner RICE-WN specifically addresses the needs of conflict-affected young people, especially girls.

Beneficiaries of a girls' education program run by Ghana Women's Voices Foundation.

In Ghana, Grassroots Organizations are Growing to Better Serve Children

By: on June 25th, 2015

Whether running a mobile library system or empowering girls through education, community-based organizations in Ghana are making great strides in serving vulnerable children and youth.


Keeping Kids out of Work … and in School

Posted: May 26th, 2015

2015 Maya Ajmera Sustainability Award winner CEPRIC serves hundreds of children in a neighborhood outside of Cusco, Peru, where child labor is common.

Building a Generation of Women Leaders in Pakistan

Posted: May 26th, 2015

Aware Girls, a 2015 Maya Ajmera Sustainability Award Winner, is doing revolutionary work in Pakistan to empower young women and girls.

Onda Solidaria: A Dream for the Children of Brazil

Posted: January 28th, 2015

Take a virtual tour of Onda Solidaria, a GFC grantee in Brazil with big plans for the future of Brazil–and it’s children.