- Women work 2/3 of the
world’s working hours
- Earn 10% of the
- Produce 50% of the
- Own 1% of the
Our comprehensive Women’s Empowerment program is designed to address the deeply interconnected challenges women
face in the urban slums and rural areas. We offer the training at our Women’s Community Center, helping our members build
financially stable, healthy, empowered lives. The course covers:
OUR GOAL: TO EDUCATE, TO INSPIRE, TO
EMPOWER, TO CREATE A GLOBAL MOVEMENT
Women One World is dedicated to empowering communities, focusing on the most vulnerable and underrepresented, YET the most powerful and effective… WOMEN. They are the change-makers, leaders and entrepreneurs that will transform the next generation. JOIN our movement to educate and equip thousands of women globally, in standing together for their rights, eradicate cultural, social and economic barriers, and create lasting CHANGE.
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Where We Work
Kibera, the largest slum in Africa, is located 5km from the city center of Nairobi. It has a population of approximately 1 million at any given time, living on 2.5 square kilometers (roughly the size of Manhattan’s Central Park). The township lacks modern sanitation, government-run medical centers and most education centers are informal.
Auroville is the home of our India pilot project, partnering with The Udhayam Women’s Federation, a body of 5039 members. Every director represent 288 Self Help Groups in the region in regards to prevalent social issues and making an effort to bring a positive shift in the mentality of the women.
Beryl is a 32 year old woman from Soweto village in Kibera (Nairobi). Today, Beryl is a proud mother, incredibly social and a role model for Care for Kenya’s Kuwawezesha Wanawake (women’s empowerment) program. She has been elected to different leadership positions in the community, from being...
Millicent is 30 years old and comes from Lindi village, in the slums of Kibera (Nairobi). This area is characterised by dilapidated housing units, poor waste disposal management systems and persistent insecurity. She is a mother of four: two boys and two girls. She had her first child when she...
Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant
ANDREW M KIIO
PHANICE ABENI MINYOSO
Women’s Rights Instructor
ABEDNEGO MNYAO MUSEE
HASSAN MUSA NASSU
Micro Finance Leader
Fashion and Design Instructor
Board of Directors and Advisors
ERWIN BENEDICT VALENCIA