A rocket fell on Mrs. Maria’s farm, demolishing her safe family home. All she had left was a tiny hoe. She cradles it in her arms, saying she has lost everything that was important to her.
For Women’s Day, Ms. Maria would like to receive a food parcel. With a loaf of fresh bread, which she misses so much, and which is now so hard to come by.
Rachi grew up in Burkina Faso without her mom and dad. She stayed with some extended family for whom she was a burden. Her aunt abused her and starved the girl. Today, Rachi’s life is slowly changing. She got into a school in Dakar, which guarantees her a valuable profession and an independent life. For Women’s Day, Rachi would like to receive another day of schooling.
When asked about her biggest dream, Regine tells us that she would like to get well. When getting out of bed became an effort beyond her capabilities, she didn’t understand what was happening to her. Going to work filled her with anxiety, yet it was necessary for her to survive. Fortunately, she was not afraid to ask for help.
For Women’s Day, Regine would like to receive funding for treatment of her depression. She very much wants to return to work. She doesn’t want to ask for food or housing. She wants to earn it herself.
Celine’s first dream has come true – she gave birth to a healthy baby girl. Today she only dreams that her hard work will provide their family with a roof over their heads, security and independence. On the occasion of Women’s Day, Celine would like to receive some gardening tools.
All it takes is PLN 25 – the equivalent of a bouquet of flowers – to make each of these women’s lives a little better. If you’d like to help us make these and other women’s dreams come true, give them a non-fading BOUQUET OF GOOD today. Such a bouquet is worth much more than just money. For many years it has given the chance for a happy life, which is so hard to come by in many parts of the world.