Amal – Nora Fitzgerald
Job Training and Placement
Amal helps desperately poor and vulnerable women by training them for six months in the food industry and then placing them in permanent jobs. Read More.
Rescue Women – Nakinti Nofuru
Life in the jungles of Cameroon is extremely difficult for girls and women. Physical abuse is common, maternal mortality can be as high as 1 women for every 10-15 pregnancies, and education is a luxury that many can’t afford. Four girls in our program trekked for 3 days through the jungle in hopes of receiving a scholarship. Read More.
ESARDEF – Etang Samuel Manyi Mbeng
Agricultural training, access to raw materials and processing equipment, and formation of marketing groups is helping vulnerable women begin their own enterprises and escape physical abuse and malnutrition. Read More.
Shared World Visions Cameroon – Muluh Godson
A young man or woman with a university degree can not only take care of him/herself, but can care for desperately poor parents, educate younger siblings, and bring about positive changes in their communities. Read More.
Kong Asis Project – Abraham Kosgei
Life is exceptionally hard for people in Matungen Village in Kenya’s Rift Valley. Abraham is determined to turn Matungen into a village of hope – one where families don’t go hungry, where children can get an education, where those who are sick can access care, and where job opportunities are ample and diverse. Read More.
Waridi Za Mungu (God’s Flowers) – Grace Andere
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
Though illegal in Kenya, many rural tribes still practice FGM and child marriage to old men. Grace teaches at a high school serving such girls. Due to extreme poverty, they often lack basic needs, like soap, underwear, uniforms and school supplies. She gives them love and support and tends to their basic needs. Read More.