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Project Name
Project
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Description

Photo
Multiple Countries
30000

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
Tanzania
1200

Raised to date:
These 4-foot-tall mesh fabric cylinders, filled with soil and punched with holes a few inches apart into which seedlings are planted to produce a dense vertical garden, are capable of growing 120 vegetables and herbs – all in a diameter of just 3 feet. This project is funding 40 garden towers for Maasai families in Tanzania.
TGUP Project: Garden Towers in Tanzania
Uganda
3585

Raised to date:
As part of TGUP's Classroom Club, two new classrooms will be built on an adjacent property for the Kangulumira Parents' School. The 150 students currently go to school in a crumbling building made from papyrus reeds. The project will build a latrine block with 4 stalls (2 for girls and 2 for boys) at the new school location.
TGUP Project: Kangulumira School in Uganda
Uganda
4625

Raised to date:
The project will provide 30 classroom benches with attached desks for the two new classooms that TGUP will build for the Kangulumira School. The desks will have a metallic frame and wooden tops. Each desk and bench will seat 5 students so this project will accommodate 150 students. The existing school does not have any desks.
TGUP Project: Kangulumira School in Uganda
Kenya
6315

Raised to date:
This project will build a set of latrines with 4 stalls for the 150 girls in primary and junior levels at the Honi School. This is one of four sets of latrines that TGUP will build: one for staff, one for boys, one for girls, and one for the nursery school students.
TGUP Project: Honi School in Kenya
Kenya
3879

Raised to date:
The Honi School has 330 students supported by 14 staff. TGUP will build four sets of latrines for the school: one for staff, one for girls, one for boys, and one for the nursery school children. The Ministry of Education has threatened to close the school down due to the state of the current latrines.
TGUP Project: Honi School in Kenya
Kenya
3879

Raised to date:
The Honi School started in 1988 with just a nursery school and has grown to 330 students (150 girls, 140 boys, 40 nursery school, and 14 staff). All of the latrines have been condemned and the school is at risk of being shut down. The new nursery latrines are one of four sets of latrines that TGUP is funding at the school.
TGUP Project: Honi School in Kenya
Kenya
6315

Raised to date:
The boys' latrines at the Honi School are at risk of collapse. This project will fund a new latrine building with 4 stalls plus one urinal and a washing station. The 140 boys will no longer need to go in the bushes due to the condition of the latrines. TGUP is also funding new latrines for the girls, staff, and nursery school.
TGUP Project: Honi School in Kenya
Nepal
1069

Raised to date:
The Amar Jyoti English Boarding School is a secondary school with 445 students and 30 teachers. They have close to half an acre that could be used for play equipment. The school has requested a badminton court as well as ping pong table. They plan to schedule the students in tournaments to increase social interaction and play.
TGUP Project: Amar Jyoti School in Nepal
Guatemala
24824

Raised to date:
There are four projects for the Monte Carmelo School in Peten including two classrooms, new latrines, solar power, and furniture for the new classrooms. The 87 children in preschool to 6th currently share classrooms in buildings that are falling apart. Each classroom will cost $12,412 and this project will fund two classrooms.
TGUP Project: Monte Carmelo in Guatemala
Nicaragua
2400

Raised to date:
TGUP’s partner, Seeds of Learning, works to better the educational opportunities in Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala. They work to build and equip schools, educate kids and adults, promote cultural understanding, and hold free computer literacy classes. This project will fund 6 HP laptops for a computer center in Nicaragua.
TGUP Project: SOL Computer Center in Nicaragua
Nepal
1541

Raised to date:
Moon Tara Awasiya Vidhyalaya is a nursery to grade 10 school with 568 students and 38 staff members. Their existing water source is unfiltered and causes water borne illnesses. This project will dig an 80 foot borehole. The water will then be run through a new Reverse Osmosis system and fed into four 1,000 liter water tanks.
TGUP Project: Moon Tara School in Nepal
Nepal
2568

Raised to date:
Gorakhkail Aawasiya Madhyamik Vidhalaya is an English private school with nursery to 10th grade. There are 430 students, 28 teachers, & 8 staff. They have a room to use for science but they lack the supplies and equipment to conduct proper experiments. This project will provide for installation of TGUP's Science Lab in a Box.
TGUP Project: Gorakhkali in Nepal
Guatemala
2880

Raised to date:
The El Naranjo Middle and High School Institute has 137 students and 9 teachers. The community, along with TGUP's Guatemalan partner, raised money to build two new classrooms. Funding was still needed for windows, doors, and to complete the flooring. This project will provide what is needed for the classrooms to be finished.
TGUP Project: El Naranjo School in Guatemala
Cameroon
1756

Raised to date:
Ebamuke Primary School has 178 girls, 160 boys & 6 teachers. 95% of the students come from families who live below the UN poverty level of $2 per day. Most of the families have been displaced by the internal civil war. This project will provide all 338 students with school supplies as well as chalk and tissues for the teachers.
TGUP Project: Ebamuke School in Cameroon
Cameroon
5075

Raised to date:
262 poor, needy and internally displaced children attend Royal Seed Primary School. The existing toilets are full so that the children are obliged to relieve themselves in nearby fields or streams. This is, obviously, a dangerous and unhealthy situation. This project will fund a new building with 3 latrines and 1 urinal.
TGUP Project: Royal Seed School in Cameroon
Guatemala
1974

Raised to date:
The new classrooms for the Monte Carmelo school that TGUP is funding will need furniture. This project will provide desks and chairs for the teachers, whiteboards, bookshelves, and 25 desk with attached benches for the preschool children. This is one of four projects for this rural school.
TGUP Project: Monte Carmelo in Guatemala
Nepal
2500

Raised to date:
Mahendra Gram Secondary School is located southwest of Kathmandu, and is a community school. They are 577 students and 18 teachers, 2 of whom are dedicated science teachers. There is a new building that was bulit by the Asian Development Bank that will house the science lab. This project will install a TGUP SLaB.
TGUP Project: Mahendra Gram School in Nepal
Nepal
2500

Raised to date:
Siddhi Mangal Secondary School is a community school not far from Kathmandu. They have 960 students and 22 teachers, 2 of whom are dedicated science teachers. This project will install a TGUP SLaB so the students have the supplies and materials they need to do practical experiments in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
TGUP Project: Siddhi Mangal in Nepal
Uganda
19920

Raised to date:
The Kangulumira Parents' School is a rural school run by the community. There are 150 students in a 4 room building made from papyrus reeds. They do not have any functioning latrines, water, electricity, or kitchen. TGUP will build them a new school. Each classroom costs $9,960 and this project will build two classrooms.
TGUP Project: Kangulumira School in Uganda
Uganda
4219

Raised to date:
A 120’ deep borehole will be drilled at the new Kangulumira school site. The borehole will provide water for the 150 students and the nearby community of 500 people. The school does not have any other source for water and the children walk to a borehole approximately 2km away from their current school location to collect water.
TGUP Project: Kangulumira School in Uganda
Guatemala
974

Raised to date:
This project will build a new set of pit latrines for the 87 students at the Monte Carmelo School in Peten. The current latrines are in such bad shape that most of the students relieve themselves in the bushes. This is not only unhygenic but creates a toxic environment. This is one of four projects for the school.
TGUP Project: Monte Carmelo in Guatemala
Guatemala
1731

Raised to date:
The project will provide resources to install a 600-watt solar power system, including two solar panels, a battery, solar charge controller, an inverter, wiring and light bulbs for the new classrooms at the Monte Carmelo School. This will allow for computers and projectors to be used and for lights when cloudy or dark outside.
TGUP Project: Monte Carmelo in Guatemala
Gifts
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
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
Tanzania
$20

Birthing kits
gifted to date:
Maasai women give birth in their homes often in unsanitary conditions. These $20 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 $10 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
Multiple Countries
$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. These 'shoes that grow' can expand through 5 sizes and keep children healthy and allow them to go to school and only cost $25 per pair.
TGUP Project: Shoes in Multiple Countries
Multiple Countries
$5

School suppliess
gifted to date:
Many school children in African countries are prohibited from going to school because they don't have the required basic supplies: pens, pencils, etc. This project provides one school child with the needed supplies so they can stay in school. It only costs $5 to give the required materials.
TGUP Project: Student in Multiple Countries