We developed the Mwangaza Project with our partner, Kianda Foundation, so that women can access vocational and business skills training.
With our partners in the Philippines, we provide scholarships so women can start strong careers and help recover the country’s economy.
In the DRC, midwifery skills are critical. WONDER is supporting women to gain the education they need to save lives and transform their communities.
WONDER has built the first digital platform for the remote training of nurses, to help transform healthcare in the DRC.
At Pearlcrest, women receive mentorship and gain skills in local industries so they can find safe and dignified employment.
The vocational training offered through Junkacentro empowers women to develop their own career in health, beauty, and other fields.
In this report, WONDER Foundation sheds light on the challenges facing women and girls’ education as a result of the gender digital divide and the ongoing pandemic. The impact of COVID-19 on women’s education As an education charity, we were deeply concerned about women’s exclusion from online learning as classrooms closed for 90% of […]
Even once they finish school, many women struggle to find a path to safe, stable employment. Vocational training and professional mentoring offer a solution.
We invited teachers, academics and alumni to join us for a discussion on how hospitality training can offer a route to resilience for young women.
With traditional routes into employment disrupted by the pandemic, what is the value of vocational training beyond the job it offers after graduation?