Juggling multiple stresses and responsibilities can make it difficult for women living in poverty to complete their studies. Mentoring plays a key role in empowering them to learn and succeed.
A key component of WONDER’s work is our mentoring, and the individual support each woman and girl receives in our projects. We believe that education on its own is not enough to help vulnerable women and girls learn and succeed. Mentoring plays a key role in empowering women. What is mentoring? WONDER defines mentoring as […]
Now more than ever, we must continue to overcome gender discrimination by providing girls and women with equal opportunities for education and employment across the globe.
With traditional routes into employment disrupted by the pandemic, what is the value of vocational training beyond the job it offers after graduation?
Support from a good mentor gives young women an opportunity to reflect on their skills, so that they can overcome their fears and make the most of their talents and capacities.
The Baytree Centre has been holding a number of workshops equipping women for the future, with IT skills sessions and weekly employment support.
Mentoring is a fundamental part of the FATIMA project; providing refugee women with a personalised support system ensures they begin their journey of integration with a strong network of interpersonal relationships and a sense of security and trust.
In Cote d’Ivoire, we work with the Ilomba Centre, a multi-functional centre and clinic which hosts various health and education programmes.
“Yarani is a good school which helps young girls to pursue their lives…they push us to advance ourselves.”