The Kofi Annan School (KAS) Foundation committed to build a Junior Secondary School (JSS) in Ajumako-Afranse in the autumn of 2015. The Foundation in that village helped earlier to build a nursery school, a primary school, a technical workshop with a toilet block and a six-classroom school for further education.

Fashion Positive provides accreditation for five key areas of waste reduction in material health, material reutilisation, renewable energy and carbon management, water stewardship and social fairness.

The trainee used these ideas in set design and management in the film industry, which offers a world to win for circular use of materials.

IWPR gives a voice to citizens, journalists and human rights activists in war zones and countries in transition. IWPR trains and provides platforms for local reporters, strengthening the institutional capacity of local media and community groups, to create space for a locally constructive debate.

Its mission is to empower young reporters to become the voice of the community and to contribute to the living standards in informal settlements. NCMH helps youngsters from the slums to build up a career in the production of filmed content and supports them to obtain a sustainable source of income so that they can support their families.

Kuruwitu Conservation and Welfare Association was set up in 2003 by members of the community, concerned about the degradation of their seas. Over-fishing, climate change and uncontrolled fish and coral collection by the aquarium trade needed to be addressed before the marine ecosystem was damaged beyond repair.

In March 2015 the d’ONS and the country's Forest Management (LBB) from Suriname, launched a pilot project for volunteers, in addition to the regular game wardens, to protect the sea turtles on the beach of the vulnerable Matapica Wetlands.

The Ndlovu Youth Choir, a successful youth choir from South Africa, founded in 2009, is an opportunity for talented young people to escape the troubles in the townships.

Many of these children have been affected by the HIV / AIDS epidemic, their parents have died or they themselves are infected with HIV. Some have been raped, assaulted, drug addicted, victims of crime or become criminals themselves in order to survive.