Population Connection is proud to support a small but growing number of partner organizations working to increase access to public health and family planning services. Since 2016, we have served as grant makers to small, highly-effective organizations working on the ground in their local communities to offer programs and services that contribute to stabilizing global population.
Population Connection’s focus has always been, and continues to be, education and advocacy efforts. Successful outcomes ultimately rely on service providers to offer the family planning and community building programs that represent the “final step” in our shared work to make the world a more just and sustainable place for everyone. Their missions and program work align closely with Population Connection’s mission and values. We view our support of these partners as a natural extension of the work we do every day. If you have additional questions about this program, or the partner organizations featured below, please contact us at email@example.com.
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CTPH expands voluntary access to family planning to promote a sustainable balance between humans and gorillas in East Africa’s protected areas.Learn more here
WINGS is a non-profit organization providing quality reproductive health education and services, with a focus on low-income, rural, indigenous Guatemalans.Learn more here
Stretchers Youth Organization is a youth-led and community-based grassroots organization that works from the ground up to promote and educate participants on health rights, good governance, and gender equality among indigenous youth and women in underserved sections of Kenya.Learn more here
Turimiquire Foundation improves the lives of the marginalized rural populations of northeastern Venezuela by offering a range of programs focused on reproductive health and family planning, public education, rural livelihood, poverty reduction, and the environment.Learn more here
RUWDUC is a nonprofit organization that supports rural development programs in environmental conservation, health care, and women’s empowerment throughout the far-western region of Nepal.Learn more here
The Nasaruni Academy for Maasai Girls provides schooling for disadvantaged girls in rural Narok, Kenya.Learn more here
Lemur Love is a small non-profit organization that conducts research, biodiversity conservation, and small-scale development in Madagascar.Learn more here
Girl Up Initiative Uganda is building a vibrant movement of girls and young women through transformative leadership, sexual and reproductive health education, and skills development.Learn more here
Women for Conservation helps protect the unique biodiversity of rural Colombia by empowering women through family planning services, conservation education, and sustainable livelihoods training.Learn more here
The African Education Program (AEP) works to unlock the potential of Zambia’s youth and adults by building and growing community-led organizations.Learn more here
Nashipai Maasai Community Projects promotes education among Kenya’s Maasai community in Mosiro, Kenya, to create a society free from all forms of violence against women and children and to ensure every child is given a chance to thrive.Learn more here
Wuqu’ Kawoq, also known as Maya Health Alliance, works to deliver high-quality health care to Guatemala’s indigenous Maya people.Learn more here
Hope for Kenya Slum Adolescents Initiative (HKSAI) works to advance opportunities for low-income Kenyan adolescent girls living in slums through investments in their education, health, skills training, life skills and job prospects.Learn more here
Kakenya’s Dream invests in girls from rural Kenya through educational, health, and leadership initiatives to create agents of change.Learn more here
Manos Abiertas provides rural Guatemalan women with tools to make empowered and informed decisions about their health, thus serving as examples for their children, families and communities.Learn more here
Maasai Harmonial Development & Sustainability supports women’s health and girls’ education among the indigenous Maasai in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area of Tanzania.Learn more here
Based in Magu district in the Mwanza region of Tanzania, AHIRD promotes gender equality and the participation of women and girls in the socio-economic development of the rural communities they serve.Learn more here
Tareto Africa is a grassroots organization based in Narok County, Kenya, working to promote reproductive health and rights, and eliminate harmful practices including female genital mutilation, gender-based violence, and child marriage.
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Based in Guatemala, Seeds for a Future fosters rural community development that integrates permaculture, nutrition education, and micro-business opportunities.Learn more here