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“Women are the largest untapped reservoir in the world”

Hillary Clinton

70% of the world’s poor are women, 58% of unpaid workers are women and while women compose 66% of the world’s labour market, they only receive 10% of its revenues.

Support our work and help us create better opportunities for women worldwide with our empowerment programs. With your help we are able to create better opportunities for women in vulnerable situations, creating more chances for them to thrive as entrepreneurs and active changemakers.

70% of the world’s poor are women, 58% of unpaid workers are women and while women compose 66% of the world’s labour market, they only receive 10% of its revenues.Support our work and help us create better opportunities for women all over the world with our empowerment programs. With your help we are able to create better solutions for women in vulnerable situations, creating more opportunities for them to thrive and sustain as entrepreneurs and active changemakers.

CHOOSE YOUR CONTRIBUTION

30€

With 30€, we are able to provide 1 woman with 3 main trainings in her chosen area of development.

60€

With 60€, we are able to organize a day-long networking and learning workshop for 30 women.

120€

With 120€, we are able to provide a group of 15 women with a 2-days training session to learn the basics of business creation.

250€

With 250€, we are able to provide 1 woman with a complete 3-month training pack and help her obtain the Empow’Her certificate.

 

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  • "I want women to have a better access to education, for them to be able to educate their children equally and in order to have more women in leadership positions."


    Khaw Zi

    Beneficiary and woman entrepreneur in Myanmar

  • "The success of the project can be measured by how much the farmers have learned over the years. I can really see the difference when I meet with them. Those who have been trained and accompanied by Empow’Her are more curious, more confident in themselves, their abilities and in their projects. "


    Rosa Davila

    Responsible for Development Projects of the City Hall of Matucana

  • "Women are very productive in the entrepreneurial field and they’re fighters: they start an entrepreneurial activity because they have no other choice. "


    Georgette Zamblé-Balié

    Ivory Coast