In 2020, we are looking forward to continuing our work, creating sustainable and transformative change in the lives of women and girls throughout the world.
“All African women, especially Congolese, are heroes. They are strong, courageous women.”- DR Ese Diejomaoh The Democratic Republic of Congo is currently experiencing, according to The Guardian, the ‘most complex healthcare crisis in history’. DRC’s national public healthcare system is extremely basic. At every level, the healthcare system in DRC suffers from major shortages: hospital […]
You can transform a woman or a girl’s life with your generosity. Millions of women and girls globally are denied access to quality education. Victims of poverty and traditional gender biases, 65 million girls and young women are kept out of the classroom, and millions more are in school but barely learning. We work with […]
Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4) seeks to ‘ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all’.
Today we celebrate the power of girls worldwide. Across the world, and despite many challenges, girls and young women are rising and leading the way forward.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 5 (SDG5) has declared that we must ‘achieve gender equality and empower women and girls’.
Sharing experience of empowering migrant women through the FATIMA Project. Take four countries and a project for female migrants’ empowerment. Sounds like a joke? It’s not! For the FATIMA Project that is an everyday reality. In fact, the project aims at creating safe and welcoming learning spaces for women migrants in Poland, Slovenia, Spain and […]
What can we do to feel included in a new country? It can often be difficult to seek out social experiences and dig deeper into local norms when you are focusing on settling in an unfamiliar place. What can we do to feel included in a new country? Engaging with the local community might be […]
“Yarani is a good school which helps young girls to pursue their lives…they push us to advance ourselves.”
Through access to education, young women in Nigeria are empowered to learn skills and enter the workforce, enabling them to break the cycle of poverty.