AFRICA

MOROCCO
Amal
Job training & placement for marginalized women allows destitute women to finally pursue their dreams. They find love, family, and hope at Amal, as well as financial security for themselves and their children.
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CAMEROON
REWOCAM
REWOCAM wants to create a world where violence against women is no longer accepted. Through brainstorming conferences and pilot projects, they are empowering women throughout Cameroon.
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KENYA
Kong Asis
Developing economic opportunities while reviving & celebrating indigenous culture is the goal of the running tourist camp we are building. Tourists will have a fascinating experience with local cultures.
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CAMEROON
ESARDEF
Agricultural and vocational training is helping vulnerable women and IDPs (refugees) begin their own enterprises and escape abuse and malnutrition. A side benefit is the protection of the endangered forest ecology.
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KENYA
Waridi Za Mungu
To end FGM & child marriage, cultural attitudes and superstitions must be overcome. This involves patiently gaining the trust of traditional communities and partnering to come up with a solution.
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CAMEROON
Shared World Visions
A young man or woman with a university degree not only can take care of him/herself, but can care for desperately poor parents, educate younger siblings, and bring about positive changes in their communities.
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