Seeds, fertilizer, and training are catalysts of change for female farmers in Tanzania.
Education is the most promising way out of poverty, hunger, inequality and oppression for future generations of women.
Stoves help boost the health of Mayan women, while keeping them safe and allow Mayan girls more time to be spent in school.
Latrines for 75 families will enable women and girls to advance to a new level of health, well-being, and equality in their homes and community.
Tigray is one of the most drought prone regions in Ethiopia. Less than half of the people living there can access clean water.
Help 30,000 women obtain legal title to their land and as a result control over the income from their farms, increase access to government services, and improved status in their communit
Support and empower women farmers in Rwanda, many of whom are widows from the civil war, to establish their own agriculture businesses
Help provide clean, safe water to 2,500 vulnerable people and cut disease rates – particularly for women and children.