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RESOURCES


Here you will find links to organizations, articles and other resources related to GRA's activities. Our work is informed and inspired by the communities we serve and the many like minded organizations and individuals all over the world seeking to end poverty and disease though natural, sustainable, affordable and often simple solutions.

If you would like to add a link to your organization or suggest another appropriate resource, please email Monica at globalresourcealliance@gmail

 

Partners

We feel fortunate and honored to collaborate with these organizations in achieving our shared goal of bringing hope, joy and abundance to communities shackled with poverty, malnutrition and disease.

Serving the Mara Region of Tanzania
since 2002

Abundant Living thru Sharing and Cooperation

 

Our Dedicated Network
of Partners

Please visit them...

 

Primary Partners

Rural Water Supply

These are Sites worth visiting

Global Water

Global Water is based upon the belief that the lack of access to safe drinking water is the primary cause of hunger, disease and poverty throughout the developing world. Founded in 1982, Global Water is a volunteer-based, international, non-profit humanitarian organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status in the United States. We’re focused on providing safe water supplies, sanitation and hygiene facilities, and related health programs for rural villagers in developing countries.

Fair Water

FairWater's mission is to rehabilitate abandoned handpumps in Africa, and promote reliable, cost-effective O&M solutions to maintain handpumps at low-cost. FairWater promotes Durable BluePumps and Water Filters for Africa.

No Water No Life

NWNL has chosen six case-study watersheds to illustrate current universal threats to freshwater systems and offer possibilities of sound management policies and solutions. They are North America’s Columbia, Mississippi and Raritan River Basins and northeastern Africa’s Nile, Omo and Mara River Basins.

Safe Water Today

By promoting and marketing low cost, low tech ceramic Home Water Treatment Filters, Safe Water Today provides a sustainable solution for the elimination of waterborne diseases in developing nations.

Permaculture, Organic Gardening and Trees

GRA's Resource Links

The Santa Barbara Permaculture Network

GardenAfrica

GardenAfrica currently works in Southern Africa, providing training and support for the most vulnerable and resource poor, enabling them to cultivate their own food rather than depending on aid, and to conserve important species to promote health and create plant-based livelihoods.

Quail Springs - Learning Oasis and Permaculture Farm

Permaculture College Australia 

Permaculture International

food water shelter inc

food water shelter Incorporated is a not-for-profit organization: an Australian, non-denominational, non-governmental organization that builds and manages eco-friendly children's villages with education, social and health facilities for vulnerable women and children in developing countries.

PermaculturePrinciples.com 

Permaculture Activist 

"Greening the Desert" - Geoff Lawton Movie 

Eden Reforestation Projects

Eden Reforestation Projects recreates healthy forest systems that restore hope, alleviate suffering, empower people, and build local economies in impoverished communities.

 

Alternative Health

Abha Light Foundation, Kenya 

ALF sets out to create a permanent infrastructure for the establishment of homeopathy and alternative medicine in Kenya; advocates for the full recognition of alternative medicine; and works towards educating traditional healers in modern sciences. To do all that, we have a number of activities.

Homeopathy for Health in Africa, Tanzania

The aims of Homoeopathy for Health in Africa are to
bring relief to HIV/AIDS patients through homoeopathic
treatment, to develop nutrition, farming and health
promoting programs, to support homoeopathic education,
to establish homoeopathic research and to spread
homoeopathy throughout Tanzania and Africa.

 

Sustainable Technology

GRA's Resource Links

Solar Cookers International

Solar Cookers International (SCI) assists communities to use the power of the sun to cook food and pasteurize water for the benefit of people and environments.

 Auroville Earth Institute

The Auroville Earth Institute  is researching, developing, promoting and transferring earth-based technologies, which are cost and energy effective. Auroville, the City of Dawn, is a place in south India where, for more than thirty years, an increasing number of people from all over the world have been quietly and painstakingly working on the construction of a new township, a new way of living, a new way of being.

Straw Bale House in Portugal

Chris Ripley and Vera Filipa Rocha Ripley and friends build a two story load bearing straw bale house in Central Portugal. Read their blog.

 

Malaria Prevention and Treatment

GRA's Resource Links

Natural Ways to Prevent and Treat Common Tropical Diseases, by Tara Blasco, Ph.D.

Leaflet on Homeopathic Neem
The effect of a homeopathic neem preparation for the prophylaxis of malaria – an exploratory trial in an at-home setting in Tanzania, N.M. Barlow-Benschop, MD, MScA, C.GambaB, S.P. Barlow, BScA, T. M. Blasco. PhD

Abha Light Foundation, Kenya
ALF sets out to create a permanent infrastructure for the establishment of homeopathy and alternative medicine in Kenya; advocates for the full recognition of alternative medicine; and works towards educating traditional healers in modern sciences. To do all that, we have a number of activities.

JimHumble.biz 
Jim Humble's website about Miracle Mineral Supplement, including common applications and proper use.

MiracleMineral.org 

Additional reading on MMS.

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Microfinance

More on Microfinance coming soon!

 

Education

Volunteer Thailand

Our volunteer travel programs are available at several destinations throughout Thailand; Phuket, Surin, Maehongson and Rayong. Starfish is growing 'non profitable' volunteer and gap year organization providing volunteer projects in the areas of health, childcare, wildlife conservation, community development and teaching.

 

FGM Prevention

More info coming soon...

 

Orphan's Support

GRA's Resource Links

food water shelter inc

Food Water Shelter Incorporated is a not-for-profit organization: an Australian, non-denominational, non-governmental organization that builds and manages eco-friendly children's villages with education, social and health facilities for vulnerable women and children in developing countries.

The Ark Foundation of Africa 

Vision: To create opportunities for vulnerable children from marginalized and underserved communities. To give children equal access to educational opportunities and other basic services. To invest in human development by empowering people to understand their challenges and priorities. To provide training that assist people in finding practical, realistic and sustainable solutions to solve their problems.

Little Dresses For Africa 

Little Dresses for Africa is a non-profit, Christian based organization which provides relief to the children of  Africa. Simple dresses are made out of pillow cases and distributed through the orphanages in Central Africa to plant in the hearts of little girls that they are worthy! 

 

Newsletters

Here you will find links to GRA's past newsletters. Our newsletter provides information on simple, sustainable, affordable, alternative and unique solutions to the world's most pressing challenges, as well as updates on GRA's activities.

Dec 2010 Year End Appeal & What We Did
October 2010 Nane Nane Newsletter
From the Mara Soil Event afterwards update
From the Mara Soil Event
May 2010 Permaculture Newsletter
March 2010 Neem & MMS for Malaria
Dec 2009 Year End Appeal & What We Did in 2009
Nov 2009 Solar Cooking
Sept 2009 Primary Water Wells

 
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