Advancing community-level change in East Africa.
Global Partners has remained committed to impactful, sustainable, locally-led initiatives for over 40 years. We believe community leadership is the key to responsible and sustainable development and that local people have the right to drive change in their schools and communities.
Since our inception, Global Partners projects have benefited more than 3 million people in East Africa.
These numbers represent our impact since we implemented a new M&E system in 2014.
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Climate Resilient and Environmentally Responsible Development
At Global Partners, we recognize that the climate is changing and that our partners in East Africa will be affected. We are committed to helping communities adapt, prepare, and engage with this reality. As part of a community-driven project selection process, local groups map how climate change affects their land and infrastructure, and this informs the project they ultimately choose. Our technical staff are trained in sustainable resource use and climate change mitigation and adaptation methods so that projects can make communities more resilient against the impacts of climate change whenever possible.
Help us further our mission.
CBO Partnership Program
Community WASH Program
Vineyards to Villages
Latest Podcasts from GPFD
Episode 7: Alex Counts Talks About Empowering the Poor Through Financial Access and Women Empowerment
Alex Counts is the founder of the Grameen Foundation and the author of Small Loans Big Dreams. In this podcast episode, Alex discusses how we can empower the poor, especially women, by providing the basic tools they need to grow and thrive.
Talia Milgrom-Elcott is the founder and Executive Director of Beyond100K, a national network focused on centering equity and belonging in their pursuit to prepare and retain 150,000 science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) teachers over a decade, by 2032.
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