2015 IIDPaCT RePOfT: ParTnerSHIPHIGHLIGHTS A few accomplishments by Nourish student interns and partner organizations working together abroad.
Georgia Tech, UGA and Hope College students partnered with Uganda Rural Development and Training Programme to build a ferrocement tank at a local school.
UCLA and UC-Santa Cruz sent six interns and invested $6,000 with ByoEarth and Guatemala City to develop sustainable agricultural practices.
Eight Syracuse University students worked alongside Global Health Network in Uganda to promote and preserve health care practices.
Two students from Rice University partnered with Project Amazonas to develop a local solar infrastructure and ease access to water resources.
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College of Charleston - R.I.P.E. (Repurposing Imperfect Produce Effectively) R.I.P.E. was created and pitched at Summer Institute �015. The students of College of Charleston partner with local farmers to reduce food waste within the community. Through the obtainment of low-cost produce (that otherwise goes uneaten due to its appearance), the students create healthy juices to sell to the local community.
San Diego State University - Kind Campaign Students at San Diego State University provide handmade, one-of-a-kind bracelets for a donation ranging between $3 and $10. A customer receives two of these bracelets with the donation - one for his or herself, the other for a stranger that they witness completing a kind act. This campaign is a way to spread kindness and awareness through generous acts and fashionable rewards.
2015 IIDPaCT RePOfT: HIGHLIGHTS
9 Countries 27 Partnerships 60 chapters $108,000 invesTed 1 NOUrISH MOvement
IMPACTING POVERTY WITH INGENUITY
Published on Jun 1, 2016
Summer 2015 was a major accomplishment for the Nourish movement. Students on 60 campuses and community leaders in 28 partner communities ben...