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PROJECTS DIRECTORY

On these pages, the Steve Sinnott Foundation provides the opportunity for online community members to raise awareness of their Millennium Development Goal education projects and provides other community members with the opportunity to offer their help in the form of cash, resources, ideas or just encouragement and support. Whether you are asking for help or offering it, if you can do something to get children into school, then build yourself a PROJECT page here

To add your project click 'New' in the top right corner. If you wish to add photo images, please email them to postmaster@stevesinnottfoundation.org.uk. Please do not upload photos directly. When you have added your project, we'll validate it, and then set the links to your new page.

To view details of a project, scroll down and click the project name. To say how you can help, or just give your support, use 'Add Comment' at the end of the Project page.
Our Protocol

The Foundation has an operating protocol for its work. We limit ourselves to promoting projects which appear to us to advance the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals for education, and we insist that projects are not inconsistent with the Foundation's own values. However within the broad scope of the Protocol, we ask contributors to decide for themselves what they wish to support. We strongly recommend that potential donors and supporters satisfy themselves, by direct contact with the project promoters, that these projects are genuine. Particular attention should be paid to orphanage projects to ensure that the orphanage is not being used as a cover for child slave labour or trafficking. Also the appearance of a project on these pages does not necessarily mean that the Foundation itself agrees with every aspect of the policies of the founders and managers of any particular project.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Any attempt to use the facilities on this site to make fraudulent appeals for donations is pointless. We ourselves make very few grants, and then only after extensive examination of the  validity of the projects we support. Any donor considering support for a project after seeing it described on this site will also make detailed enquiries. If we do discover fraudulent appeals, we will report them to the appropriate authorities.
We also ask contributors to register and sign on before adding comments to pages. Anonymous comments seeking money will be removed.

What to do...

Comment on a posted Project or add your own project to the Projects Bank

How to do it...

You need to register and sign in to use this facility.

Then follow the guidance on adding, amending and commenting on Projects which you can find in the Community Guide under the "PARTICIPATE" tab ...

... or, if you need a more detailed guide to adding a project, try the "Projects Tutorial".

Project highlights
Project Nepal
Will Thomas writes of his visit to Nepal in October 2009, to support Project Nepal and to teach English in remote hill schools.         Read MORE about Project Nepal and follow the link to read the Project Progress Report.
Matassa Hope Foundation
The Matassa Hope Foundation is a registered non-profit charity organization in Ghana, West Africa. It's main objective is to give rural children the hope of a better future by giving them education. MORE about Matassa Hope Foundation
Orphans on Wheels Cameroon
RUDEC’s Orphan Care Program in Cameroon needs motor bikes to carry out daily activities in the areas around their centre. Most of these areas are very hilly and accessible only with great difficulty. At present, two fieldworkers from the Orphan Care Program must walk up to three hours to reach some of the children in the Kom region. MORE about Orphans on Wheels Cameroon
Projects

         Foundation partnered projects

        Nepal

To offer help or ask questions about any of the projects listed here, use Add Comment at the end of the full article. If you can't see Add Comment, you need to activate this facility by a visit to the New Members Group forum.
To discuss a project, start or join a topic discussion in the online community.
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