Portfolio

The portfolio below represents organizations, programs, and other projects that Moore Philanthropy has shepherded and co-created.
  • Africa Philanthropy Support Organizations (APSO) Initiative

    The Africa Philanthropy Support Organizations (APSO) Initiative is a pilot collaboration and collective effort by the Africa Grantmakers’ Affinity Group, the Africa Philanthropy Network, and the East Africa Association of Grantmakers. The goals of the APSO Initiative are to promote communications among a cohort of philanthropy support organizations working inside and outside of Africa and to highlight the work that these organizations do to promote philanthropy that benefits African communities.

  • Center for Sustainable Energy Technologies

    In Grand Bassa, County, a peri-Urban area outside of the capital city of Monrovia, the Center for Sustainable Energy Technologies (CSET) was given a grant to pilot the construction of a community kiln (for cooking charcoal) and the creation of a community-based social enterprise. Run by the community, the charcoal yield from the kiln would be sold and the income used for reinvestment in the enterprise and providing much needed social services and community revitalization.

  • Jola House

    Jola House is a social enterprise committed to the empowerment of women and girls. Its primary goal is to directly address the social and economic needs of vulnerable young girls and women through training, employment, and the sale of local products. Its vocational and business development trainings aim to increase the number of women who have gainful employment and own businesses. At the end of their training program, women secure employment at Jola House, local shops, factories, or start their own businesses.

  • Ebola Intensive Project

    In 2014, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea faced the largest Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in history. The Ebola Intensive Project identified a medical team for both training and monitoring of outreach workers in the field. The medical team, headed by a physician trained in infectious diseases, included registered nurses, public health practitioners, and social workers. Additionally, the project worked directly with the Ministry of Health’s EVD tracers to ensure proper reporting to the government.

  • President’s Young Professionals Program

    President’s Young Professionals Program (PYPP) intends to recruit, train, and prepare promising Liberian college graduates to be the next generation of qualified professionals in Liberia and assume leadership positions in the public sector. In the short term, PYPP recruits provide support to Liberian government ministries and agencies by performing a variety of critical tasks.

  • Charity Prayer Band

    The Charity Community School, one of several programs of Charity Prayer Band, is an accredited school established to respond to the spiritual and socio-economic needs prevalent in the community following the end of the Liberian civil war. Through community-based projects targeting youth, women, elderly, adults, and children, Charity Prayer Band and The Charity Community School have gained prominence in the community they serve. The Charity Community School has existed for two years and operates as a full elementary and partial junior high school.