Empowered women impact communities
Over 385 million children still live in extreme poverty. Worsening socio-economic, environmental, and political conditions threaten to pull an additional 100 million more women, men and children, into poverty.
Investing in FEED II - a women’s empowerment project that is focused on providing food security and income-generating opportunities to women, while also addressing pervasive gender-based violence, along with other World Vision programs helps to empower hardworking women. They in turn can provide for their children sustainably by improving income and resilience to emergencies — like the COVID-19 pandemic and grain scarcity.
Thanks to the Canadian government, the World Food Programme and other international partners, your gift to support gender equality will triple in value!
- Farming Assistance — help women buy and successfully farm land.
- Entrepreneurship support — help provide small business training and equipment to build incomes for women to provide for their families.
- Career Development — help women increase their earning potential by broadening their economic opportunities for work outside of subsistence farming … and more