Get Specific Project

This operation displays information for a specific project. This is a non-secure request as indicated by the '/public/' element in the URL path, therefore, an access token (authentication) is not required.

HTTP Method:


Content Type:

xml, json

Accept Type:

xml, json


Path Parameter:

{projectid} the numeric identifier for a project, replace with actual value, required

Query String Parameters:

&api_key described in the API Key section, required

Query String Example:


HTTP GET Request using cURL:

curl -H "Accept: application/xml" -H "Content-Type: application/xml" -X GET ""

XML Response:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
    <activities>Using a hands-on, multi-media approach rooted in the African “rites of passage” tradition, Sisterhood Agenda uses a modern approach to instilling knowledge, cultural roots and community awareness by using mentoring, peer influence and collabation.</activities>
    <contactAddress>524 Ridge Street</contactAddress>
    <contactCountry>United States</contactCountry>
    <contactName>Angela Coleman</contactName>
        <name>Virgin Islands</name>
    <country>United States</country>
            <description>Will empower one girl through her A Journey Toward Womanhood experience</description>
            <description>Will provide educational materials for 100 girls</description>
            <description>Will provide educational materials for 200 girls</description>
            <description>Will empower 10 girls through their A Journey Toward Womanhood experiences</description>
            <description>Will empower 20 girls through their A Journey Toward Womanhood experiences</description>
            <description>Will empower each community partner site through staff/program training</description>
        <image size="small">
        <image size="thumbnail">
        <image size="medium">
        <image size="large">
        <image size="extraLarge">
        <image size="original">
    <longTermImpact>This Empowerment Project prepares girls to meet the challenges of their generation by giving them tools, awareness and knowledge to avoid negative outcomes for self-sufficiency, educational attainment, life enhancement and ultimate success.</longTermImpact>
    <need>Historically at-risk and traditionally underserved,  girls of African descent are disproportionately affected by poverty, teen pregnancy, school dropout, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s). Due to demand, Sisterhood Agenda and partner organizations implement A Journey Toward Womanhood on-site at different locations and provide much-needed training and educational resources such as curriculum guides, student manuals, program protocols, books, knowledge cards, and journals.</need>
    <notice>Important Notice about Projects in India: We are currently expecting delays in getting funds to this project due to new regulatory requirements that impact GlobalGiving’s ability to disburse to some organizations in India. GlobalGiving is working hard to address the issue. Donations to this project will be disbursed as quickly as possible.</notice>
        <addressLine1>524 Ridge Street</addressLine1>
        <country>United States</country>
        <name>Sisterhood Agenda, Inc.</name>
    <summary>The Sisterhood Empowerment Project has two parts: 1) A Journey Toward Womanhood Replication and 2) Sisterhood Agenda Positive Media. The Sisterhood Empowerment Project serves 100,000 girls globally.</summary>
        <name>Women and Girls</name>
    <title>Global Educational Empowerment for 100,000 Girls</title>

See Get All Projects Response Structure

See Element Definitions for Get All Projects Response

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