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Capacity Building with Specific Gender or Ethnic Focus

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Emerging immigrant grassroots leaders
Name
Noe Paramo
Phone #
(209) 499-8637

The Immigrant Leaders Fellows Program (ILF) is a collaborative program of the Central Valley Partnership for Citizenship - a collaboration of community organizing, legal assistance, popular educati

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Primarily, women leaders from organizations in idustry, government, education, NGOs and entrepreneurial enterprises.
Name
Information
Phone #
(650) 556-8800

The Institute for Women's Leadership believes that a sustainable world is only possible through the full partnership of women and men in all sectors of society.

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Serves low and moderate income families, assisting them to fulfill the dream of homeownership.
Name
Information
Phone #
(202) 232-2915

The mission of Manna is to empower individuals, strengthen families, collaborate with stakeholders to rebuild neighborhoods, and foster sustainable communities in Washington, DC by creating quality af

Does the program serve a specific population
No
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
Name
Information
Phone #
(202) 457-0540

The mission of the Washington Council of Agencies is to strengthen, promote and represent nonprofit organizations in metropolitan Washington in order to help them better meet the diverse needs of thei

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
While CASA was established to meet the special needs of the Central American population, we serve immigrants from virtually every country in Latin America, as well as Africans, Asians and U.S. citizens, as needed
Name
Information
Phone #
(301) 270-7471

Organizational Mission: The mission of CASA of Maryland, Inc., is to improve the quality of life, social and economic well being of the Latino community.

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
To qualify, applicants must be organizers of color with at least 10 years of experience residing in the US or its territories. Beyond the basic criteria, the Program seeks applicants whose work: • attacks root causes of injustice by organizing those affected to take collective action • challenges the systems that perpetrate injustice and effects institutional change • builds their community’s capacity for self-determination and develops grassroots leadership • acknowledges the cultural values of the community • creates accountable participatory structures in which community members have decision-making power • contributes to building a movement for social change by making connections between issues, developing alliances with other constituencies and collaborating with other organizations
Name
Information
Phone #
(410) 327-6220

The Alston/Bannerman Fellowship Program advances progressive social change by helping to sustain long-time activists of color.

Does the program serve a specific population
No
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
Name
Information
Phone #
(831) 427-4975

The aim of the International Health Program is to improve the health of the world through research, training and consultation. The program focuses on these three core components:

Does the program serve a specific population
No
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
Name
Information

The mission of the Gates Foundation Global Health Leadership Institute is to reduce global health inequities by accelerating the development, deployment and sustainability of health interventions that

What are the desired outcomes of the program?
To raise physical, mental, social and spiritual health of American Indians and Alaskan Natives to the highest level.
Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
American Indians and Alaskan Native people.
Name
Rob Benson
Phone #
(301) 443-1083

The goal is to assure that comprehensive, culturally acceptable, personal and public health services are available and accessible to American Indians and Alaskan Native people.

What are the desired outcomes of the program?
To increase access to health care for uninsured, economically disadvantaged and underserved populations.
Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Underserved communities.
Name
Information
Phone #
(323) 295-9372

CHC works to increase access for uninsured, economically disadvantaged and underserved populations. Its goals are: - Increased access to quality healthcare.

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