Future Women's Centers Sites


WCI has been in regular contact a number of community-based organizations that request assistance developing a women's center in their communities. They speak of the enormous burdens poverty has placed on women, and their commitment to help remove those burdens through education and training.

 

WCI's goal is to make site visits, develop partnership agreements, and then provide financial, administrative, and program support to each new Center for a period of three to four years. During that time, the Center staff prepares  for transition to sustainable self-management. 

 

WCI has a detailed plan for this expanded engagement; implementation requires substantial financial support.

 

Potential future Women's Center sites include:  (locations noted with red star)

Afghanistan

Kabul

 

Ashna International

Liaison: Owoyemi Ibrahim Segun

 

www.ashna-international.org


DR Congo

1.  Uvira, South Kivu

 

Association for Women Promotion and Indigenous Development

Liaison: Mrs. Chantal Binwa

www.afpde.org 

 

2.  Goma

Women of Africa

Liaison:  Espoir Kitumaini

www.womenofafrica.org


Kenya

 

1. Lodwar, Turkana

Liaison: Ikal Angeli

  

2. Kabare, Kirinyaga County Liaison: Philip Kabiru

 

3. Dandora, Nairobi  

Liaison: Samuel Odera

 

 


Tanzania

Rural Lindi

 

High Life Social Works Organization

Liaison:

Jabir Ally Jabir

Cameroon

 Douala

 

Association for Humaity and Relief

Liaison: Josephine Edibe


Ethiopia

Sidamo

 

FOVC-Ethiopia

Liaison: Desalegn Daka


Pakistan

Faisalabad, Punjab

 

Seeds Of Hope Foundation

seedsofhopefdn.org    


Yemen

Sana'a

 

Participation for the Community Foundation 

Liaison:  Ahmed Al-Masri