Partners & Supporters

Partners & Supporters

The JUMP! Foundation

MOVE92

The ultimate inspiration for MOVE92 came from 20 years of observation. Founders Hal Nathan and Therese Caouette had been actively involved in the effort to grant directly to local groups in Southeast Asia, and year after year, they saw that it worked. They had a shining example of how and why trust-based philanthropy is a potent way to do international aid.

MOVE92! Has supported DIYEP! Program and Livelihood Gender Gaps Program

Project Chance Africa

Children's Rights and Violence Prevention Fund

CRVPF is a regional intermediary organisation that provides grants and capacity development support to Community-Based Organisations (CBOs) and local Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) in Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia with a focus on advancing the safety and rights of children and adolescents.

The JUMP! Foundation

The JUMP! Foundation

The JUMP! Foundation is a non-profit social enterprise that uses experiential education to advance a world in which individuals, community leaders, and global citizens realize their passions and potential.

JUMP! has continually supported us to build capacity, create new net works as well as improve our evaluation methods.

JUMP! Has supported AdoleCHAT! Program and The Ruka! Leadership Program

Vizazi

Vizazi

Vizazi is an international expert centre for youth interventions. We offer high quality training and counselling services for at-risk youth living in informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya.

The Swahili word for generations is Vizazi. It stands for our belief that stabilizing youth directly effects the stability of communities and societies in a positive and sustainable way.

Project Chance Africa

Project Chance Africa

Project Chance Africa is a registered Canadian Charity addressing the needs of the children who live in poverty in the Mathare slum of Nairobi, Kenya.

Project Chance Africa has supported the implementation of AdoleCHAT! Program.

The JUMP! Foundation

Canada Mathare Education Trust

 CMETrust believes every child should be able to go to school. TheyThe believe that education empowers people to change their communities for the better. Yet, most children from Mathare, a slum in Kenya, cannot afford to attend secondary school. This is why since 2006, they partner with members of the Mathare community to advance education - one student at a time.

We have consulted for CMETrust as sexual reproductive health and rights facilitators for their school breaks program.