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G_foundation Social Cooperative Union

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Sustainable Development

Major group affiliation:
  • Children and youth
Affiliation with other organizations: 1. Hanbyul School in Ethiopia: G_foundation conducts child sponsorship project for about 30 students of Hanbyul School in Ethiopia's Dila region and providing tuition, school supplies, and uniforms. 2.Lehobot School in Ethiopia: G_foundation provides tuition, school supplies and sanitary pads for 400 students at Lehobot School in Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia. 3. African Leadership in Madagascar : G_foundation provides support for low-income families in Tamatave Madagascar for livelihood expenses, house repairs and medical expenses. 4. World Life in Bangladesh : G_foundation conducts child sponsorship project for about 50 students at Grace's School in Gazipur Bangladesh, and we're providing tuition, school supplies and uniforms.

Social Development

Affiliation with other organizations: Local NGO (LA JOIE DU TCHAD) in Chad, Africa :It is carrying out 'Saharan Green Project' through cooperation with local NGO (LA JOIE DU TCHAD) in Chad, Africa, to carry out agricultural development projects. It is carrying out agricultural supplies, fertilizer and other aid, and is contributing to the resolution of food shortages in Africa.
Publications: Fertilizer Donation to Solve Food Crisis in Africa/2019/1

Advancement of Women

Affiliation with other organizations: Lehobot School in Ethiopia: About 1,000 students are attending Lehobot School in the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia, and among them, sanitary pads have been allocated to girls over the age of 10 who need sanitary pads. A total of 415 girls were given seven sets of sanitary pads (70 units) in donations, which is said to be available for six months per child. This allows girls to concentrate on their studies without being absent during the menstrual period for at least six months from the time of distribution. Also, girls who cannot buy sanitary pads and used cheap cloth or unsanitary replacements because of poverty will no longer have to use replacement products, which will improve their hygiene.