GVI Charitable Programs supports verified and well-designed conservation and sustainable development projects and initiatives with multiple stakeholders which must include local NGOs and CBOs, and international partners. We support a range of programs from marine and wildlife conservation to community development. Projects include coral reef research and restoration, in the Caribbean Sea or the Indian Ocean, rainforest conservation, jaguar population dynamics research, or anti-poaching work in Africa. We also work with community projects such as the building of public health capacity in Fiji or education capacity in Nepal.
All projects selected for support and collaboration by GVI Charitable Programs are linked to organizations or institutions that have a clearly described development theory, defined objectives, and challenges to overcome. Other project details must include transparency of information about the specific community members collaborating on the project, their roles, activities, measurable outputs, and final longitudinal long term impact.
Provide support for marine and coastal conservation, help protect endangered sea turtle populations, and contribute to conservation education.
Support gender equality through women’s empowerment, public health and income generation initiatives in Nepal.
We aim to support communities in their efforts to improve the quality of basic education and provide women with the support they need to become more financially independent and socially empowered.