Making Relationships Happen
“Even the smallest actions can facilitate momentous change”
What happens when a Nepali girl isn’t in school? She is 3X more likely to be married before the age of 18, she stays home, she has children at an early age, and the traditional cycle of exclusion that keeps girls disengaged from leadership continues. A lack of education for these girls means a lack of options. LET’S GET GIRLS EDUCATED & GIVE THEM OPTIONS! To pursue children’s access to education, CCF partners directly with the Association For Craft Producers with the aim of helping children learn and thrive! We hope to encourage people to get involved and inspire a passion for making a difference in the world. Ultimately we want children to feel secure that they will receive a full education.
Nepal Earthquake Relief
Following the devastating earthquake of April 25th and its numerous aftershocks, the Conscious Connections Foundation is raising money to help communities in Nepal with emergency relief and rebuilding. These communities and producers are our family with whom we have worked for 30 years. CCF in partnership with Ganesh Himal Trading will help them to rebuild their lives, homes and their businesses. 100% of donations made to CCF for earthquake relief will go directly to Nepal.
The Deurali Community Service Center (Baseri Clinic)
Central to CCF’s mission is a dedication to transparency and accountability to all those who have a stake in the programs we carry out. To this end we are proud to announce the unveiling of our new and extensive 2016 report, which describes the work undertaken by CCF over the past year, including the programs implemented, impacts achieved, and the next steps we plan to take in the future.
Click here to check out both our full report and our abbreviated summary:
Undertaken over the course of 2015, this report evaluates the implementation and impact of the Conscious Connections Foundation’s assistance, and assesses individual projects in order to determine what worked well, what can be improved and how CCF projects can provide the greatest future value for donors, partners and beneficiaries. As of March 2016, the Foundation’s ERPs were valued at approximately $78,400. This report covers projects completed and those in progress. As this was the largest financial and logistical undertaking in the history of CCF, an evaluation into these ERPs was called for in order to insure transparency, reliability, and accountability to donors and beneficiaries alike.