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Let's help the Rohingya - flooding at the camp in Cox's Bazar

In March a gigantic fire at the camp, and now floods brought by increasingly destructive monsoons have left parts of the camp under water. Please join the fundraiser and help the people who have once again lost everything in their lives! The water is still rising!

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Good Flowers to Make Dreams Come True

Burkina Faso

According to the UN, it is one of the least developed countries in the world. It has one of the lowest values of HDI (Human Development Index). It amounts to 0.4, placing Burkina Faso on the 185th place among 188 countries.

Overview:
  • 43.7% of the society makes less than 1.90 USD per day
  • the youth literacy index is 52.5%, which makes it one of the lowest in the world
  • only 37.7% people aged 15 or more can read and write
  • 80% of the employed population works in agriculture
We teach resourcefulness and the basics of farming to about

40

families from the village of Gourcy
We are training

32

women for the profession of a dressmaker

04.03.2021

The tired face of a farmer tending crops under the scorching African sun usually belongs to a woman. Women are the secret weapon in the fight against hunger. By giving them the chance to work and develop professional skills, we strengthen their position in their communities. By supporting them, we create opportunities for an entire generation.

Women play a key role in our agricultural project in Gourcy in the north of Burkina Faso. Among them is Safietou, a mother of two who grows onions, tomatoes and hot pimentos in our vegetable garden. She also learns tailoring in our onsite sewing room in the afternoons. She’s already completed three years of the course and is expected to receive her diploma soon, which will enable her to open her own sewing shop.

International Women’s Day is coming up, the perfect occasion to honor Safietou and help her achieve her dream of safety, health and happiness for herself as well as her children.

According to FAO, a UN organization specialized in fighting poverty and hunger, women reinvest up to 90% of their earnings back into their households. They spend their hard-earned money on food, health care, school and activities to supplement their income. In doing so, they help reduce poverty. By empowering women, we level the chances for entire families to lift themselves out of poverty.

These women rarely want anything for themselves. Their lives revolve around their children. Give a bouquet of Good Flowers and make their dreams come true!