One heart, one world,
one more story.

Glocal Aid exists to contribute education and healthcare to people in need, in order to increase their quality of life and create long lasting change.

Our senior partner

Zinzino Charity

What Glocal Aid
is doing today

Since 2016 the focus of Glocal Aid has been on India and education for children and youth. Glocal Aid works together with local schools, providing education for several hundred elementary and high school students in the Uttar Pradesh province.

Map of Ebenezer School in India
Uttar Pradesh, India

Ebenezer

The school year started late spring 2016 and so the support of the project began. We were thrilled to see 285 students start the new year, out of a maximum capacity of 500 students. For the future we aim to fill this schools capacity, and expand to new areas.

500
students
sponsored
201
Girl
students
390
Families
impacted
Map of Kukurah School in India
Bihar, India

Kukurah

In north-east India you find the Kukurah village. It has about 90 000 people living there, in a very poor area. In April of 2018, Glocal Aid with partners decided to start up a new school to help more families in the region. The school now has a total of 105 students.

120
students
sponsored
38
Girl
Students
62
Families
impacted

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Brief history of Glocal Aid

Glocal Aid was founded in 2012 with a strong desire to contribute help to people in need. The importance of engaging globally to bring help and sustainability to vulnerable areas became clear to us, and from there the road to action was short.

Past projects

Tuinuane women project

In 2013 Glocal Aid supported a microfinance project in Kenya called Tuinuane. The main focus in 2014 for this project was sustainability and supervision, and we saw the poverty in these areas decreased as women and families became better at business and management.

26000
Participants
450
Workers counseled
280000
People helped

Anti female genital mutilation

In 2014 we had 90 volunteers working together with schools, authorities, churches and local leaders to stop the horrible practice of female genital mutilation. The project reached out to thousands of people, and the number of young girls forced to marriage decreased.

90
Volunteers
612
Women celebrated

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3000.30.20645
IBAN: NO1230003020645
SWIFT: SPSON022

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