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CU PT Students and Faculty with Nicaragua PT students and practitioners. Photo credit: Hayley Taylor

After completing our terrific partnership with the Physical Therapy (PT) Global Health Club at the University of Colorado last year, we have three more successes in 2016 to report.  To read on, click here.

Your support makes this partnership and others like it happen, Please donate today. 

Did you donate to our Nepal Earthquake Response in 2015?

Your donation is STILL making an impact!

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“Your motivation and guidance filled all the enthusiasm in me and made me believe I could facilitate the training”

If you contributed to our 2015 response to the Nepal earthquakes, then YOU made collaborative and impactful relationships possible.

Part of our multi-faceted work with community-based partners was creating and delivering a First Aid Train-the-Trainer program that involved 71 teachers and 9 student representatives from 15 schools, serving a total of 4500 students.  But, it didn’t stop there!

We recently received an update from the Education and Development Manager of one organization stating that based on our 2015 First Aid Train the Trainer program, they were able to implement a Refresher Training in September 2016 for 28 participants from 11 schools in the same region.  

“[We are] personally proud and thankful to emBOLDen Alliances for successfully leading Classrooms in the Clouds during the Post Earthquake First Aid Training Program and encouraging us that the program could be carried out in long run with a better and sustainable approach on our own lead. Truly, the value that emBOLDen Alliances carries on assisting partner organizations like ours to achieve their local mission is highly praise worthy.”

Your support makes this partnership and others like it happen, Please donate today. 

Endorsing the Charter4Change – Putting the power of response into local communities

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“We the undersigned organisations, working in humanitarian action welcome the extensive consultations and discussions which have been generated during the World Humanitarian Summit [WHS] process. We believe that now is the time for humanitarian actors to make good on some of the excellent recommendations arising through the WHS process by committing themselves to deliver change within their own organisational ways of working so that southern-based national actors can play an increased and more prominent role in humanitarian response.”

emBOLDen Alliances is now one of the 29 international non-government organizations committed to change.  

Join our movement! Every dollar makes a difference.

Upcoming Events!

  • 1Sun Oct 9: Bar Fausto, 3126 Larimer St, Denver, 4pm-10pm.  Delicious tapas and cocktails–sit back and relax with great people and meaningful conversation. 10% of proceeds benefit our global impact.  
  • Tues Nov 1: Illegal Pete’s, 2001 E. Colfax, Denver, 3pm-9pm.  Famous for delicious burritos and good times–meet great people, grab a beer, and join the emBOLDen Movement. 50% of proceeds from the event support our work if you mention us.  

You will also find us:

  • Mon Oct 10: CU School of Public Health, “International Disasters & Global Humanitarianism” Course. Our Co-Founders, Neena Jain and Bill Rohs will be providing experienced guidance and lessons learned.
  • Oct 13-16: Working with local, community-based nonprofit organization partners of Students Shoulder to Shoulder at their Global Solutions Forum. These organizations are based in South Dakota, Tibet, Nepal, Bolivia, and Nicaragua. Session open to Public, October 14th. We’ll also be presenting Listening Through Linesand “Leading from Behind or How to Avoid Making Disasters Worse”.
  • Thurs Oct 20, 3:00-4:30pm: Join our session “Impact, M&E, and Mapping: Diagnosing obstacles and prescriptions for changeat the 24th Annual Colorado Nonprofit Association Fall Conference and Exhibition: The 20,000. 

Your support makes it all happen! Please donate today.