Over the years we have worked with a number of partner programs, many of whom have become self-sufficient and no longer receive funding from GoPhil.
GoPhil provided funding to ASSADE to support their Dental Clinic, Oral Health Project, and their Women's Reproductive Health Program from 2016-2021.
GoPhil and Centro Maya worked in partnership from 2016-2021. The GoPhil community has contributed to the enhancement and expansion of Centro Maya programs.
GoPhil provided a one-off grant to Clean Energy Nepal in 2017 which focused on raising awareness of air pollution and Air Quality Monitoring (AQM) in Nepal.
GoPhil partnered with CCFO in 2017 and provided a small pilot grant to support a series of in-depth job readiness workshops for young adults.
Dadagaun is a small yet impactful community partnership, investing directly in the potential of Nepalese villagers through school and community projects.
GoPhilanthropic partnered with Maya Traditions in 2019 through a pilot grant to create and deliver critical literacy education and leadership training for the artisans of several Mayan villages.
M-LISADA (Music, Life Skills, and Destitution Alleviation) is a nonprofit organization in Uganda working to protect, heal, empower, and support disadvantaged children and youth through music, life skills, and education.
Opportunities of Development thru Art (ODA) is a grassroots nonprofit organization in Cambodia established in 2003 by Leng Touch, a local activist and Khmer Rouge survivor.
Primeros Pasos is the only comprehensive and affordable source of local health care in Xela and provides a wide range of medical, dental, and lab services to both adults and children.
Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE), which means “Let’s protect ourselves” in Nepali, is a grassroots organization, run by and for survivors and those at-risk of human trafficking.
TOIT believes that all Nepali children, irrespective of gender, ethnicity, or economic standing, deserve access to high-quality education.