Hours for Impact Videos

See how our global community bring their projects to life through these Hours for Impact videos!

Explore additional projects from the PMI community through our Hours for Impact Stories.

Hours for Impact | Valbonne CoderDojo: Yvann Nzengue

Valbonne CoderDojo: Yvann Nzengue

Number of Hours Pledged: 200

SDG Supported: #4 Quality Education

Summary: CoderDojo is a global volunteer-led community of free programming workshops for young people between the ages of 7 and 17. The movement is a grassroots organization with individual clubs called Dojos acting independently. Supporters of CoderDojo believe it is part of the solution to addressing the global shortage of programmers by exposing young people to ICT at an early age.

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Hours for Impact | Health Monitoring Network in Changsha: Yawei Song, PMP

Health Monitoring Network in Changsha: Yawei Song, PMP

Number of Hours Pledged: 100 

SDG Supported: #3 Good Health and Well-Being

Country: China 

Summary: An increasing number of people across China are living with chronic conditions that impact their quality of life—and can become life-threatening without proper treatment. Looking to help his community, Yawei Song, PMP, is putting his expertise in healthcare project management to work: volunteering his time to advance chronic disease detection in Changsha, the capital of China’s Hunan province.

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Hours for Impact | PMI Los Angeles Chapter: Carbon Neutrality / Offsetting Fashion Project - Syreeta B.

PMI Los Angeles Chapter: Carbon Neutrality / Offsetting Fashion Project - Syreeta B.

Number of Hours Pledged: 200

SDGs Supported: #10 Reduced Inequalities, #11 Sustainable Cities and Communities, #13 Climate Action

Summary: This sustainable carbon-neutral certified fashion brand is offsetting their carbon footprint by donating a portion of sales, utilizing local production companies, and supporting human rights organizations.

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Hours for Impact | VDT Communications Limited - USPF Rubi: Gbolade B.

VDT Communications Limited - USPF Rubi: Gbolade B.

Number of Hours Pledged: 150

SDG Supported: # 9 Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Summary: This project helped to provide a Public Access Venture (PAV) in rural areas of Northern states in Nigeria to create internet access for the local community.

Hours for Impact | PMI Pernambuco Chapter: Observatory for Social Good - Andre & Ricardo

PMI Pernambuco Chapter: Observatory for Social Good - Andre & Ricardo

Number of Hours Pledged: 2600 across 15 pledges

SDG Supported: #4 Quality Education

Summary: The main goal of this project was to provide a deep understanding of all project management processes. It also provided training so students and attendees could make suitable use of the Canvas tool.

Hours for Impact | PMI Morocco Chapter: PackSocial Initiative - Sara C.

PMI Morocco Chapter: PackSocial Initiative - Sara C. 

Number of Hours Pledged: 100

SDGs Supported: #1 No Poverty, #2 Zero Hunger

Summary: PackSocial is an online initiative led by young Moroccans that helps families during the pandemic, especially those who have lost their jobs and other forms of income.

Hours for Impact | PMI San Francisco Bay Area Chapter: La Grande Community Garden Project - Ina A.

PMI San Francisco Bay Area Chapter: La Grande Community Garden Project - Ina A.

Number of Hours Pledged: 150

SDGs Supported: #2 Zero Hunger, #10 Reduced Inequalities, #11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

Summary: The La Grande Community Garden Project benefits disadvantaged families by providing them with food security and a safe social outlet.

Hours for Impact | Solarisation of Modhera Sun Temple and Town: Sonali P.

Solarisation of Modhera Sun Temple and Town: Sonali P.

Number of Hours Pledged: 4,380

SDGs Supported: #7 Affordable and Clean Energy, #11 Sustainable Cities and Communities, #13 Climate Action

Summary: This project team worked with the government on the Solarisation of Modhera Sun Temple and Town, creating sustainable energy, 24/7 from renewable sources for 6,500 villagers.