Darfur Women Network, DWN

: Is to empower women and girls from Darfur, to improve their cultural communication competence among tribal communities; to encourage team work to determine their needs and work together to meet those needs via education, awareness, and empowerment to achieve conflict transformation and peace-building; to improve their socio-economic status; and to build their communities from inside out based on social justice and social change.

Darfur Women Network, DWN
2658 Cold Spring Rd,
2658 Cold Spring Rd,
Indianapolis, IN 46222
United States
317-909-6227
http://www.darfurwomennetwork.org

Management Team

Suad S Mansour, Mastora Y Bakhiet

Board of Directors

Alam A Adam, Mastora Y Bakhiet, Ibrahim O Haroun

Project Leaders

Mastora Bakhiet

Mission

: Is to empower women and girls from Darfur, to improve their cultural communication competence among tribal communities; to encourage team work to determine their needs and work together to meet those needs via education, awareness, and empowerment to achieve conflict transformation and peace-building; to improve their socio-economic status; and to build their communities from inside out based on social justice and social change.

Programs

Domestic program and International Program: Domestic program: cross-cultural picnic, English and Computer for women, Self-awareness, and cultural competence training and consultancy. International Program: Humanitarian program, microenterprise, fuel-efficient stoves, and cultivate your own food as well as capacity building. Our current international project is Fuel-Efficient Stoves which is: Project title: Darfur Refugee Women and Girls Protection Location targeted by the project: Refugee camp in Chad (Tulum) Beneficiaries: 7000 families, the survivors of Genocide in Darfur and victims of the risks associated with firewood collection such as rape, assault, abduction, exploitation, and even death; as well as environmental, health and safety issues. Our services will start in Tulum camp and will be duplicated in the remaining 11 refugee camps with 13000-25000 residence per a camp. Project Description: The DWN will deliver its project in two stages: stage one will be devoted to investigation and determination. Stage two will focus on production and distribution of fuel-efficient stoves. About the suffering of refugee and displaced from Darfur,Sudan.

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