Women at work! Sewing class Embroidery class Train 10-30 women in Arusha to sew menswear

Harambee Centre

Org #1322
Vetted since 2008 Site Visit Verified
2001
year founded
$85,253
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
3
projects funded

Mission

Harambee Centre's mission is to connect the people of the Pacific Northwest with the people and cultures of Africa for the good of the global community. Our vision is to pull people together based on mutual understanding and respect and to create enduring relationships among diverse peoples. Our goals are: a) to inform, educate and enlighten people of our community about the cultures and realities of the vast and varied societies of Africa; b) to build bonds of understanding, respect, and mutually beneficial relationships between people in the Pacific Northwest and people in Africa; and c) to support self-help projects in African communities by generating funds from resources in our comm... read more

Project Leaders
Thomas Lwebuga
Thomas Lwebuga
Karen Smith
Karen Smith
Team
Barbara Ellsworth
Organization Information
http://www.harambeecentre.org
PO Box 6617
Portland, Oregon 97228
United States
503-819-4039

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1148128062
Organization Information
http://www.harambeecentre.org
PO Box 6617
Portland, Oregon 97228
United States
503-819-4039

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1148128062

Project Reports

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Feb 26, 2015
Naisosion March 2015
Naisosion Project Progress March, 2015   Currently there are 13 women who are continuing with their sewing and tailoring businesses.   Outcomes: Eight of the beneficiaries earn about $100...
Dec 2, 2014
Naisosion News
We are pleased to announce that your continued generosity and support of the Naisosian Sewing Project in Arusha, Tanzania has meant that we are able fund a secondary program to provide young women...
Sep 5, 2014
Women's Sewing Project
The latest class began in October of 2013, and continued until April, 2014. 15 young women were selected to be part of the project. RUCONET introduced the project to the village and religious leaders...
 
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