"Now I understand that there is still hope."

— Monique Nyinawimbaraga

Who We AreWhat We DoOur VenturesWhere We WorkOur ImpactOur InsightsMore


WORK FOR LIFE: Providing Clean Water to Fight Disease

As you can see, I am handicapped, and I pass a lot of my time at home... This project has been very, very helpful. I do not have a child to come and drawn water for me. I do not even have a grandchild that can help – she is still too small. In this way, the project is very helpful.

— Immaculee Mukankusi, 68 years old

LET US BUILD OURSELVES: Literacy and math training for vulnerable women

Before, I was not able to fully do my job in the market. I work for someone that sells clothing. Before I would only collect the shirts that we made and give them to the boss. With the training I have, I can now give a report of the number of shirts that were made by each person. So the training that I am getting helps me to manage the finances of my home, like my children's school fees. Also, I can now relate to my children and their lessons from school. Before I could not talk to them about their studies, but now I can.

— Zahara Muzirankoni, 39 year old widow

WISHING YOU TO STAY ALIVE: Using Theater and Film for HIV/AIDS Prevention

Before, I had the perception that when someone was infected, it was like the end of the world. Now, I understand that there is still hope. Also, I didn't know how to treat people living with HIV before, and after I realized that there is another way of treating people with HIV that can give them hope to live.

—Monique Nyinawimbaraga, 39 years old

GlobalGiving vetted Organization 2016

Global Grassroots
1950 Lafayette Road, Suite 200, Box 1  |  Portsmouth, NH 03801 USA
Tel (+1) 603.643.0400  |  info@globalgrassroots.org

Contact Us    Facebook    Twitter    You Tube    Global Giving

© 2018 Global Grassroots 501(c)(3) Non-Profit