Support

Support 2018-01-07T18:58:18+00:00

“Sometimes when we are generous in small, barely detectable ways it can change someone else’s life forever.”  Margaret Cho

Opportunities to support women making a difference:

WOMAN AND CHILD MOBILE HEALTH CLINICS PROJECT

The Woman and Child Mobile Health Clinics Project was established in Amritsar in partnership with an NGO called Jagriti Bhalai Kendra Society. A fundraising campaign was mounted to support the Dalit families (Untouchables).

The project benefits 11,000 women and 7,000 children through mobile health posts for mothers and babies in 30 poor and oppressed Dalit villages.

It is a rolling program of ante and post-natal care, nutrition, contraception, immunisation, support for HIV/AIDS patients, female empowerment and gender equality plus environmental, sanitary and health education.

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DONATE TO THE PROJECT

THE LIORA PROJECT

Australian Kate Mongomery heads up The Liora Project – a not-for-profit organisation that releases girls from human trafficking and sets them up with a safe and secure future.

On securing their freedom, the girls are offered employment in a centre established in India and the Philippines.

The girls are trained in sewing and jewellery making skills and are paid a living wage. The goal is for them to develop small but sustainable business enterprises which will help break this terrible cycle.

These clothes are sold online through the brand called Spirited Clothes. Your purchase of clothes and jewellery from the store directly helps the Liora Project. The more money they can raise, the more women and girls that can be freed from the horror of human trafficking.

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VISIT SPIRITED CLOTHES WEBSITE

SEVEN WOMEN

Seven Women is a not-for-profit organisation, socially and economically empowering marginalised and disabled women in Nepal through skills training and employment.

Melbourne girl Steph Woollard began Seven Women in 2007 as a grass roots development project to create change for seven women who were found operating out of a tin shed and enduring harsh discrimination as a result of being disabled.

Steph now designs what is sold herself and funds the project through the sale of the women’s hand-made products. They have now established four centres in Nepal (two in Kathmandu and two village projects) which have trained and employed over 900 women.

BRINGING THE LIGHT Documentary filmed over a period of four years, follows a group of Nepalese women whose lives have been empowered through education, skills training and income generation.

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VISIT SEVEN WOMEN WEBSITE