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Earth Rights Institute loves to collaborate and support others doing good around the world!   It is our honor for us to offer through our fiscal sponsorship program, a way for you to receive the benefits of being under a non-profit organization. If you are just starting a program or tired of struggling to get your efforts supported, we are happy to have you join our community of sponsored organizations to launch you into becoming a charitable program. To do this, your program/project must fit well under our mission statement and be in agreement with our ERI principles and goals.  To find out more about how this program works, use the form to let us know of your interest in having ERI become your umbrella as a fiscal sponsor for your program.  Upon receipt of your request, we will contact you to go over the details.

 

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iqsonics.com

Early Childhood Language Development

Welcome to the world of iQsonics, where sound and neuroscience come together for health, education and fun. Our team of researchers, neuroscientists, musicians, artists, therapists, and educators are designing products and services that reach the target population in clinics, schools, and families at home.  

The flagship program we are currently prototyping is a Music Language computer game for children with autism or other slow learning language development to learn how to speak, based on a clinically tested music therapy technique that has proven more effective than standard speech therapy for this target public.

There are currently 60,000 ASD children between 2-5 years old in the US who will benefit from this therapeutic model. Our goal is to make this language program game available online to all these children and their families.

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smileproject.us

Smile Project in Laos

The mission of the SMILE Project (Supporting Multitudes in Life & Education) is to provide FREE education, food, and healthcare to underprivileged students lacking funds and/or resources for quality education and nourishment.

The project is committed to sharing heartfelt knowledge so that educational gains not only activate the mind, they are also felt and understood in the depths of the heart and shared from there with one’s whole being, and indeed with the entire universe.

 

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milkbasketng.com

Nigeria: A country where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob, and degrade them — neither persons nor property will be “safe.”

Our primary goal is to develop the best outreach and create program practices, which will help fill the gaps in education and food service for millions of children living in the creek communities in the highly-polluted and poverty-stricken Niger Delta.

 

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sharethecare.org

Santa Barbara Chapter

Since 1995, National Share The Care has been empowering ordinary people with everything they need to create and maintain volunteer caregiving circles to help someone they know in need of support no matter the circumstances. Workshops, presentations and lectures are offered; accreditation training for nurses as well.

Our ERI Living Lab Co-Founder, Nola Force, has started the first group in Santa Barbara.  She has been teaching the model Share the Care to the local community. This educational program "Seeding the Share The Care Model in Your Community" - helps to bring an evidence-informed group caregiving model to a local community to demonstrate to ordinary people how to pool their talent, time and resources to assist a friend or loved one facing health or medical crisis.  It turns their offers of "What can I do to help?" into positive action.  It prevents caregiver burnout while offering group members profound inner rewards.

Funded by Arkay Foundation

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diabetesliberia.com

Diabetes has become a pandemic in Liberia. People are dying from the disease complications due to the lack of awareness on the disease symptoms, prevention and management. Type 2 diabetes is the most prevalence. Since the establishment of the Liberia Diabetes Testing Center, we have provided testing, counseling and nutritional supplements to hundreds of people that are suffering from diabetes from all ages and social background. The center mission is to take diabetes education and testing to the local communities in Liberia and to end the premature death of citizens due the lack of awareness on the disease prevention and management.  This project is directed by James Momoh.

 

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About Yes Salon International YES is an acronym for Your Essential Self. YES collaborates with many groups in hosting a wide range of live interactive community cultural events, each focusing on a response to the question, “What are you saying YES to?” YES Salon believes that we change the world for the better one YES at a time. The theme for this year’s September event is Say YES to Peace.

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mettelampcov.com

We Need To Talk is about giving women who are survivors of violence the right to stand up and be seen for who they are.

Violence against women is one of the most common human rights violations world wide. It happens in every part of our society and has no national or economic boundaries. An estimated 1 in 3 women will experience physical or sexual abuse in her lifetime.

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Earth Rights Institute (ERI) is designed to be an equilateral knowledge platform, where local people collaborate with academics and development professionals, both local and foreign, by exchanging skills, experiences, and knowledge to solve crucial development issues such as widespread poverty, land right disputes and environmental degradation.

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