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Dec 19, 2016

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Hello our friends, donors and partners,

It’s that time of the year again! Join Our End of Year campaign!

We are counting down the days until we have Christmas and New . On behalf of Darfur Women Network, I am grateful for your generosity and for sharing with you excited news about our partner, GlobalGiving, has shared our excited achievement with US and UK network.

Please check our links to learn how your generous donations helped us to provide 1000 Darfur mothers with safe stoves this protect vulnerable women and girls. Please share our information with your network and continue support the survivors of Darfur genocide in the camps in Chad.

 

Every contribution makes an enormous impact on so many families still working diligently to reestablish basic needs, economic independence, education, ecological restoration, healthier living conditions as well as personal and community safety.

This End of Year we’re focusing on our Food Security & Agriculture Program as well as our 6,000 Safe Stoves for Darfur Refugee Mothers.

There are so many ways you can contribute:

  • For direct donation through this website, click here
  • To donate to our End of Year Campaign Program through GlobalGiving, click here

 

  • Or visit this link to choose a DWN program of your choice to donate.

 

  • Want to do a bit more while fulfilling your holiday shopping? You can now support DWN every time you order from Amazon! Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Darfur Women Network, Inc. every time you shop, at no cost to you!  Just click here and choose ‘Start Shopping!’
Nov 29, 2016

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 Hello all,

I would like to share with you very excited news about your 7000 Safe Stoves and invite you to increase your generous donation. After today, #GiveTuesday, we will cover 1000 refugee families.Today is $500.000 for matching from Bill&Melinda Gates Foundations. 

your generous donation will help us maximize our service to double our service by creating income for  the survivors of Darfur genocide and for protecting them in the refugees' camp in Chad.

 

It is a great time for making more stoves, the end of harvest , no rain , and the weather is appropriate for the production gorup to continue making stoves. As a result, they will  protect their sisters by reducing the use of firewood by 75%. The production group making safe stove to earn money to care for their families.

 

 

Thank you

Oct 5, 2016

Update

Hello our friends and supporters.

 

Thank you so much for your generous donations to enable Darfur Women Network to run its Economic Empowerment project. The project is to enable groups of survivors from genocide to make safe stoves to earn money to take care of their children and provide safe stoves to refugee mothers to protect her from rape. 

 With your donation, the Darfur Women Network has been able to support the economic team to work and have beneficiaries to receive your gift of safe stoves.  You helped  with producing and giving away 800 safe stoves and now, we are ready to make 200 more.

 Now, that we have more professional and committed volunteers to reach out to more people, to raise awareness about the needs of the survivors of the Darfur genocide. We are excited to reduce the fire wood collection trip by 75%, improve the environment of their homes by reducing the smoke, and to ensure safety cooking tool.

 We are aiming to provide 1000 Safe Stoves to protect 1000 mothers and provide opportunities for more income to reduce the suffering of the families. 

 We  brought a safe stove from the camp as an example. It is a great idea because it attracts many people. Students from Indiana Unvierity Purdue University, Anderson Univeristy, and Rotary Club in Anderson promised to help with this project and we are looking forward to work collectively to achieve our goals.

Thank you so much for your support to women and girls, the survivors of genocide

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