Ngerengere River Eco Camp couldn't be successful without the essential support of other
NGOs and companies. Our most sincere appreciation and gratitude to all for helping us
deliver resources and hope.
Happy Bricks Foundation in the UK focuses on the lives of
disadvantaged children globally, raising money to fundamentally
improve the quality of the environment they live in. The foundation
supported us in order to build up Happy Bricks Primary School.
We are very glad to get their help and work together.
Read International is a student-led NGO created in 2004. Its main goal is to collect
textbooks throughout UK and send them to various schools in Tanzania and Uganda in
cooperation with the Ministry of Education of each country.
A group of volunteers set up this website in 2004 in order to make opportunities more
accessible and bring together projects and volunteers around the world.
It distinguishes itself from other similar organizations due to only list projects that
charge low or no fees (other than reasonable food and accommodation costs).
Paper for All is an NGO created in 2006 to help children learn in better conditions in
Burkina Faso, one of the most illiterate countries in the world. The organization provides
academic resources to improve the learning conditions of children (6-14 years old) in five
elementary schools (2,500 children) in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
Omprakash wants to support grassroots social projects around the world. Omprakash is a
free network that connects volunteers and donors with over 100 "partner" projects in more
than 30 countries. Omprakash Partners address issues in the sectors of health and
education, and they generally seek support in the form of volunteers, material
resources, and financial donations. There are no administrative fees associated with
volunteering, and Omprakash offers competitive Volunteer Grants to defray travel
costs for prospective volunteers.