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Aug 7, 2019

Breaking news from Impuls'Her Projects

Informatic classes in cameroon
Informatic classes in cameroon

Impuls'Her Projects is now launched in Bolivia and Cameroon. We are proud to see daily progress and changes from the girls who are involved in this program. 

Focus on Bolivia : 

Deysi, a girl who was formerly a member of  Empowering Women's Projects has continued her tuition with Impuls'Her Projects because she wanted to learn about hairdressing. She is now very well-trained and we are really impressed with her empowerment and progresses. Deysi is now more autonomous and can create a hairstyle by herself. We are now looking for more funds to help other girls to achieve their destiny, either going to school or learning a profession.

Focus on Cameroon : 

The girls who are taking part in the projects were all very interested in learning to sew. After the summer holidays they will take part to sewing classes at the aim of master all best practice and know how. Moreover, the girls will continue their theorical classes and will learn more about accounting, entrepreneurship but also computer science. We are very excited about this common interest and motivation from the girls, we can't wait to see them begin their master classes in sewing.

 

Thank you for supporting and following our project, your support is a huge help for the girls and helps us to support them in their empowerment.

 

Best regards

Deysi
Deysi
May 8, 2019

Last steps of Impuls'Her Projects

Impuls’her Projects is now up and running both in Cameroon and Bolivia. Our team in France contacted Mr Lama from Medialude in order to create a simulation game specifically designed for the participants of Impuls’Her Projects. The game will be tested by our teams before using it on site.

So far, in Cameroon, four international volunteers have takenpart in the ‘micro entrepreneurship for women’ project as part of Impuls’Her Projects. Alongside local tutors, they taught the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. Classes will soon be over, and the second phase of personal coaching will begin for the 11 teenagers and young women who decided to integrate Impuls’Her Projects.

In Bolivia, three international volunteers have already takenpart in the ‘professional integration for young women’ project as part of Impuls’Her Projects. Classes have just started for the girls who are part of the project. As the project started later than in Cameroon, the local team had more time to hire tutors and elaborate the training program most adapted for the girls. Our psychologist has already started group coaching with the girls. 

Both teams are deeply involved in the project and we are very enthusiastic about it. We hope that Impuls'Her Project will be a sustainable project, implemented each year with the aim to help young women in difficulty to find their path. We need your support more than ever, we trust in this project and hope that together we will impulse women to empowerment in Bolivia and Cameroon.

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Feb 7, 2019

First highlights of Impuls'her Projects

Impuls'her Projects is the continuity of our previous similar project called Empowering Womens Projects, which was successfully financed through Globalgiving. Impuls'her took its first steps in September 2018 and aims to accompany almost 30 girls in the serach for a better future. 

In Cameroon, the project is up and running. 11 teenagers and young women agreed to integrate the first edition of "Impuls'Her Projects". Classes now take place two days per week in two homes (an orphanage and a home for women that have been incarcerated). Local and international tutors and volunteers are teaching the fundamentals of entrepreneurship such as Economy, Entrepreneurship and Accounting, but also Women's Rights and soft skills. 

In Bolivia, the project will begin in March 2019. The Center for survivors of sexual abuse in the town Cochabamba has specific organisation which do not allow us to begin the projects before the beginning of 2019 because a lot of new girls arrive at the centre at the beginning of the year and need some time to settle down into their new home. As we decided to wait a few months to begin the project, the team has had time to prepare the details and prepare the local tutors, psychologists etc that will be a part of the project.

Both teams are deeply involved in the project and we are very enthousiastic about it. We hope that Impuls'Her Project will be a sustainable project, implemented each year with the aim to help young women in difficulty to find their path. We need your support more than ever, we trust in this project and hope that together we will impulse women to empowerment in Bolivia and Cameroon.

 

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