"If the only tool you have is a hammer, then every problem looks like a nail." - Abraham Maslow
Anyone is welcome to propose new Globalhood projects. Each of our initiatives takes a multidisciplinary approach to development, but beyond that key similarity, they vary vastly.
outside of Rebkong (its Tibetan name) or
Tongren (its Chinese name), in the Qinghai
province of China.
Globalhood projects can be local or international, focused or broad in scope, and they can be based anywhere in the world.
If your proposal is accepted as a Globalhood project, we will provide you with web space, assistance with fundraising, publicity, and general support.
You will also have access to our resources, including:
Globalhood maintains connections with a wide range of professionals across disciplines and countries. We aim to use these connections for building mutually beneficial partnernships around the world. If you need to connect with local practitioners or international experts specializing in specific regions, grassroots NGOs or university professors, chances are that Globalhood can help you.
Globalhood aims to provide a comprehensive repository of toolkits across disciplines. These toolkits are how-to guides on best practices for working on specific issues, and will be updated regularly.
To submit your idea, please email a proposal, short biography or biographies, and any other supporting information to info at globalhood.org.