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ngo profiles, vol. 1

Up close and personal with the non-profits the explore team has visited on their travels. Young leaders in Beijing and Costa Rica that are inspiring environmental movements to reach beyond their own countries and generations; selfless women in Ghana, Ethiopia, and Tibet that are giving a home to needy children; and others who are preserving the remnants of ancient cultures and the freedom of wild dolphins.

  • grant: $250,000 - Abebech Gobena Orphanage and School

    Upgrading the health center into a medium level maternal and children's health hospital.

  • grant: $502,500 - China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda

    Lifetime adoption of twin pandas, a 'Panda Cam' at the Wolong Nature Reserve, medical research and programs, and a sculpture to increase public awareness of panda conservation.

  • grant: $100,000 - Museum of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang

    To provide general operating support to further the conservation and administration of site excavation and for the exhibition and interpretation of the findings, research on the sites' histories, and development of new technologies for conservation.

  • grant: $600,000 - EARTH University (Escuela de Agricultura de la Región Tropical Húmeda)

    To support education for the agricultural sciences and natural resources in order to contribute to sustainable development for agricultural production and environmental preservation.

  • grant: $25,000 - 12K Foundation

    The Foundation recommends that grant funds be used to support the Dickey Orphanage

  • topic: ngo profiles

  • location: addis ababa

  • location: beijing

  • location: chengdu

  • location: costa rica

  • location: guácimo

  • location: konkonuru

  • location: lhasa

  • location: shanghai

  • location: the bahamas

  • location: xi'an

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explore: ngo profiles, vol. 1

Up close and personal with the non-profits the explore team has visited on their travels. Young leaders in Beijing and Costa Rica that are inspiring environmental movements to reach beyond their own countries and generations; selfless women in Ghana, Ethiopia, and Tibet that are giving a home to needy children; and others who are preserving the remnants of ancient cultures and the freedom of wild dolphins.

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