Country

Project Name
Project
Cost

Description

Photo
Multiple Countries
25000

Raised to date:
More than 20 million girls drop out of school every year because they can't manage their period. It is probably the greatest preventable loss of human potential in the world. TGUP’s Save a Girl Project addresses this by providing kits of washable, reusable, sanitary supplies. Each kit is given free of charge to the girls.
TGUP Project: Menstrual Kits in Multiple Countries
Nepal
1182

Raised to date:
Saraswati Secondary School in Bagmati is over 60 years old. The school has 562 students in 12 grades with 22 staff. This project funded a water filtration system including new piping, water reserve tank, and faucets/taps. This will ensure the students and staff have access to safe and clean drinking water throughout the day.
TGUP Project: Saraswati School in Nepal
Nepal
1830

Raised to date:
The Narayan Jan Secondary School, in the suburbs of Kathmandu, has 428 students and 22 teachers. They have a nice science lab but were lacking the necessary equipment to perform the required experiments. This project is reserved for Automation Anywhere Customers. Thank you, AA!
TGUP Project: Narayan Jan Secondary in Nepal
Guatemala
2040

Raised to date:
TGUP recently funded two new classrooms for the Las Flores School in Peten. With our partner, Seeds of Learning, we built a playground for the 107 students. The playground includes swings, a slide, and a climbing structure. Research has shown that children perform better in school when they are given time and a place to play.
TGUP Project: Las Flores School in Guatemala
Nepal
1560

Raised to date:
Global Vision English Boarding School was opened in 2004 and has 700+ students and 23 teachers. There was no potable water at school so the students had to bring water from home or go without. We installed a water filtration system and a large storage tank so there will always be clean drinking water for the students and staff.
TGUP Project: Global Vision Boarding School in Nepal
Nepal
2634

Raised to date:
The Takshishila Academy is located in Kathmandu. It holds classes from nursery school to high school. They offer programs in science, management, and humanities. This we expanded the existing hall so it can now be used for both academic and community meetings. Little Sisters Fund, our Nepalese partner, covered 50% of the cost.
TGUP Project: Takshishila Academy in Nepal
Kenya
16271

Raised to date:
Mwiyogo Mixed Day Primary School is a public school that started with 5 pupils in 1966. Enrollment increased over the years to more than 400. However, because of the crumbling infrastructure, the school has had to limit the number of students to 327 (157 boys and 170 girls). This project will build a new 28' x 28' classroom.
TGUP Project: Mwiyogo School in Kenya
Kenya
12128

Raised to date:
Mwiyogo Mixed Day Primary School is a public school that started with 5 pupils in 1966. Enrollment increased over the years to more than 400 but because of the crumbling infrastructure, the school has had to limit the number of students to 327. This project will build a new 28' x 28' classroom, including electricity.
TGUP Project: Mwiyogo School in Kenya
Uganda
1255

Raised to date:
Balite Lwogi Primary School is an integrated school for children with special needs. The school has 626 pupils, 45 of whom have special needs. They have kindergarten to 7th grade with 9 teachers. One of the teachers is blind and is in charge of the pupils with special needs. This project will install electricity to the school.
TGUP Project: Balite Lwogi School in Uganda
Cameroon
3000

Raised to date:
Bolifamba High School in Buea has 576 students but NO science lab. The students had to go to another school nearby to do experiments. Once TGUP offered the Science Lab in a Box, the school took it upon themselves to renovate a room to use as the science lab. The new lab will allow for the students to succeed in the sciences.
TGUP Project: Bolifamba in Cameroon
Kenya
1322

Raised to date:
A new kitchen is currently being built at the Mwiyogo School. This project will provide for roof gutters to be installed and connected to a 5,000 liter water tank. This will ensure a steady supply of water for the kitchen for cooking and cleaning. Jikos (cooking vats) and electricity will also be installed as a separate project.
TGUP Project: Mwiyogo in Kenya
Gifts
Kenya
$300

Water Tanks
gifted to date:
$300 will purchase and install a 3,000 liter water tank and roof catchment system in a drought stricken area in Meru, Kenya. For every 3rd tank funded, the community contributes a 4th one. The tanks allow for individual and community gardens, particularly important during period of water insecurity.
TGUP Project: Meru Community in Kenya
Multiple Countries
$6

Save a Girls
gifted to date:
$6 provides one adolescent girl with washable reusable sanitary supplies so she can manage her period and stay in school. Each kit lasts for three years and is given free to adolescent girls along with education on the use of the kit, feminine hygiene, self defense, and both male and female biology.
TGUP Project: Menstrual Kits in Multiple Countries
Kenya
$50

Feed 100 childrens
gifted to date:
According to Unicef, Kenya is in the midst of a crippling drought where 1 in 3 children are suffering from acute malnutrition. Every 50 cents donated will feed a Kenyan child one midday meal of githeri, which is a mixture of maize and beans. Most schools provide one meal but often do not have enough for everyone.
TGUP Project: Maize and Beans in Kenya
Tanzania
$100

Smoke-reducing stoves
gifted to date:
$100 will fund the construction and installation(done by Maasai women) of a smoke-reducing stove for a Maasai family in Tanzania. The stoves benefit the health of the entire community, but particularly the children for whom the smoke causes lung problems, burns, and even death.
TGUP Project: Maasai Stoves in Tanzania
Kenya
$90

Beehives
gifted to date:
A $90 beehive provides pollination to boost crop yields 2–4x. Each hive comes with a personalized plaque naming the person honored and will be installed on a farm, at a school, or in a village in Kenya. The honey from hives is sold to support local farmers, schools, and the hive upkeep.
TGUP Project: Beehives in Kenya
Kenya
$10

Clay stovess
gifted to date:
$10 will provide a Kenyan family with TWO energy efficient clay stoves. The amount of wood that used to only last 8 hours will now last one full week. Women only need to spend about 1/20th of the time they used to collecting wood, many fewer trees will be cut down, and the air in the homes will be much cleaner.
TGUP Project: Energy Efficient Clay Stoves in Kenya
Tanzania
$20

Birthing kits
gifted to date:
Maasai women give birth in their homes often in unsanitary conditions. These kits are given free to pregnant women, and include a plastic drape over which the birth takes place, razor and clamps for cutting the cord, antibiotics for cord stem and eyes, wash basin & soap, blankets, gloves & gowns for midwives and washcloths.
TGUP Project: Safe Birthing Kits in Tanzania
Uganda
$10

Hygiene kits
gifted to date:
These hygiene kits are given to school children in need in Uganda. Each kit contains a toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, nail clippers, soap, wash cloth, and tube of vaseline. All the items are contained in a mesh carrying bag.
TGUP Project: Hygiene Kits in Uganda
Uganda
$25

Shoess
gifted to date:
Over 1.5 billion people suffer from soil transmitted diseases worldwide. Without shoes, children are especially vulnerable to diseases and parasites that can cause illness and even death. These 'shoes that grow' keep children healthy and allow them to go to school.
TGUP Project: Shoes in Uganda