Latest News

Community Leader in Burkina Faso Stresses the Importance of Self-reliant Development

Yabre_Belemgnegre_001_cropped.jpg

After Yabré Belemgnégré participated in THP-Burkina workshops, she learned that development requires preparedness including a vision, a commitment and due actions. Yabré says, "If anything has to be done in our villages, it will have to be initiated and sustained by us, the local population, first and above all."

Read More

Building a Farm from the Chicks Up in Benin

Anagonou_Hounzavi_feeding_Chickens.jpg

Anagonou Hounzavi started with a dream two years ago, and thanks to planning, hard work, and a training program through THP, he has built a successful chicken farm starting with just six chicks in 2007. He is now expanding into rabbit breeding while supporting his family and proudly continues to train others on chicken farming.

Read More

India: Successful Fundraising and Strengthening Women's Representation in Government

Interaction with Mrs Sonia Gandhi (a).jpg

THP-India won a grant for the state of Madhya Pradesh. Federations of elected women were strengthened. And, over 30 participating organizations concurred that THP should maintain its role as facilitator and secretariat for the National Platform to Promote Decentralisation (NPPD).

Read More

Bangladesh: Promoting Transparent Elections and Empowering Women

Animators Gethering at Khalisha Chapani, Dimla, Nilphamari 001 (3)a.jpg

THP-Bangladesh made a notable impact on increasing transparency for recent elections with a large awareness campaign. Along with the promotion of good governance, grassroots mobilization and empowerment of women were prioritized during this period.

Read More

Bangladesh: Promoting Transparent Elections and Empowering Women

Animators Gethering at Khalisha Chapani, Dimla, Nilphamari 001 (3)a.jpg

THP-Bangladesh made a notable impact on increasing transparency for recent elections with a large awareness campaign. Along with the promotion of good governance, grassroots mobilization and empowerment of women were prioritized during this period.

Read More

Uganda: Positive External Assessment and Improving Health Resources

THP_Uganda_Staff.jpg

The work of THP-Uganda was acclaimed by an independent, external consulting firm, who undertook a pro bono impact assessment, which praised the organization's high-impact, low-cost strategies. Trainings continued with volunteers, animators and trainers of trainers, and access to health services increased.

Read More

Senegal: Two New Epicenters and Expanding Women's Program

Dinguiraye_Epicenter.jpg

Two epicenter buildings, Dinguiraye and Ndereppe, have been completed and stocked in the past six months, and microfinance loans disbursed to multiple groups and thousands of individuals. The Women's Empowerment Program (WEP), launched in November 2008, has been busy training volunteers and trainers.

Read More

Mozambique: Introduction of a Public Cell Phone and Innovative Farming Experiments

Chokwe_Epicenter.jpg

Progress continues to be made in building food stockpiles and providing literacy classes and health services through the epicenters. THP-Mozambique continues to build its partnerships with the Ministries of Agriculture, Education, Health and other local administrations.

Read More

Malawi: Providing Microfinance for People Living with HIV/AIDS and Building Partnerships

Malawi_in_field.jpg

This has been an exciting period of expansion and innovation for Malawi, with a new pilot microfinance program for people with HIV/AIDS, who tend to be discriminated against in terms of credit loans, and growing partnerships with NGOs and various government ministries.

Read More

Ghana: Eight New Epicenter Buildings Near Completion in Eastern Region

International Women's Day -Kwaboadi-2009 021a.jpg

As part of the scale-up program, the construction of eight new epicenter buildings is expected to be completed in June. More than 20,000 people were trained in THP Vision, Commitment and Action Workshops over the last six months.

Read More
Syndiquer le contenu