Village Earth provides technical support, consultation, evaluation and networking services to individuals, communities, non governmental organizations (NGOs), governments, and academic institutions. We can work with your group to develop a tailored and affordable package of services to help enhance your programs in the field. These might include:
Some of our past clients include:
- Association of American Indian Physicians
Conducted an assessment of the capacity of their HIV/AIDS coalitions in Oklahoma.
- Bubar-Hall Consulting
Provided technical support and training for their successful
NAHASDA – IHBG census challenge on the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota.
- CARE: Bosnia
Provided training in micro-finance.
- Centura Health
Evaluated their health clinic projects in the Peruvian Amazon.
- Chicago Field Museum
Served as trainers and consultants for their projects in the
- Community, Housing, Finance (CHF)
Provided training in community-based development in Azerbaijan.
- Dakota Pilot Project Joint Venture
Served as lead household mapping and household survey contractor for simultanous need’s assessments on the Pine Ridge, Rosebud, Turtle Mountain, Lower Brule, and Cheyenne River Reservations. [Video]
- Department of Anthropology at Colorado State University
Developed four online courses in Development Anthropology.
- Engineers Without Borders – USA
Hosted training in community mobilization for Northeast Regional Chapters of EWB. Presented at their 2009 & 2010 conferences.
- Family Connection Center, Utah
Provided training in community mobilization to its core staff. Amazon.
- Mercy Corps International
Provide cluster development training for their projects in Azerbaijan. Hosted a conference of NGO’s working in Azerbaijan.
Facilitated assessment of community-U.S. Forest Service interactions.
- Nigerian Youth Service Corps
Provided training and consultation for connecting their Youth Service Programs to community-based projects
- National Geographic Society
Consulted on the map included in the article “In the Spirit of Crazy Horse” in the August 2012 edition of National Geographic Magazine.
- Oglala Sioux Tribe
Conducted community-based census to challenge the Federal Census resulting in 81% increase in the HUD recognized population (from 15,861 to 28,787) and a $1, 292,000 increase in their annual IHBG allocation starting in 2006.their lands.
- Philanthropiece Foundation
Provided training in community mobilization for their Board and Staff.
- Rosebud Sioux Tribe
Conducted community-based census to challenge the Federal Census resulting in a 230% increase in the number of AIAN households with household expenses greater than 50% of income and a $713,150 increase in their annual IHBG allocation starting in 2007
- Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian
Provided film for their permanent exhibition.
- Southern California Association of Governments
Served as consultant to enhance outreach to Native American Tribes regarding their long-range transportation planning.
- Sustainable Schools International
Provided training and consultation on their education programs in Cambodia. in 2006.their lands.