Consortium for Sustainable Village-Based Development
Rating: 4 stars 1 1 review 258
International, Economic Development, Microfinance
PO Box 797 Fort Collins CO 80522 USA
Village Earth''s mission is to achieve sustainable village-based development by connecting communities with global resources through training, consulting and networking with organizations worldwide.
Village Earth works with rural communities throughout the world. Our approach is designed to transform entire regions through a clustering approach that seeks to connect rural communities to one another and to out side resources. Currently Village Earth has projects on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, with indigenous Shipibo-Konibo living along the Ucayalli River in Peru's Amazon basin, In Purulia India, Guatemala, and Cambodia.
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I moved to Fort Collins in 2008, and soon after I learned about Village Earth. I have experience doing the type of work they promote and so I was very curious to meet them. I did and was impressed by their open mindedness, humility and generosity with respect to grassroots work; specially their honest commitment to bottom-up development or more precisely, empowerment of everyday people who have been violently and unfairly disenfranchised and silenced. I built a closer relation and couldn't be happier when asked to join as a board member because of my experience in Colombia working with a similar organization, Jenzera (jenzera.org). Do check them out, get in their mailing list, and consider donating. I'm only giving it 4 stars because I don't believe anyone should get a perfect score ;)
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