Provide Women in Kosovo with Job-Skills Training Valbona Valbona in her field Provide Women in Kosovo with Job-Skills Training

Women for Women International

Org #445
Vetted since 2008
1994
year founded
$160,912
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
7
projects funded

Mission

In countries affected by conflict and war, Women for Women International supports the most marginalized women to earn and save money, improve health and well-being, influence decisions in their home and community, and connect to networks for support. By utilizing skills, knowledge, and resources, she is able to create sustainable change for herself, her family, and community.

Project Leaders
Patricia Pina
Patricia Pina
Shannon O'Donnell
Shannon O'Donnell
Lateisha Garrett
Lateisha Garrett
Katie Runyan
Katie Runyan
Lyndsay Booth
Lyndsay Booth
Lauren Shopp
Lauren Shopp
Jana Waterworth
Jana Waterworth
Iliriana Gashi
Iliriana Gashi
Team
Debra Bowers, Anna Mitchell
Organization Information
http://www.womenforwomen.org
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
2000 M Street
Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036
United States
202-737-7705

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 3861605404
Organization Information
http://www.womenforwomen.org
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
2000 M Street
Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036
United States
202-737-7705

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 3861605404

Project Reports

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Jul 1, 2015
My Name is Kadire
Kadire Tahiraj is a mother of three, and lives with her husband and children in a small two room house. “My sons are 16 and 22, and my daughter is 19. They are enrolled in school, but I worry...
Oct 1, 2014
Meet Valbona
For Valbona, the war in Kosovo destroyed everything she and her family had. “We tried to stay in Kosovo for as long as we could. My husband and I fled our village to escape the violence. In...
Jul 2, 2014
Meet Sadije
Sadije, her husband and their four children had a normal life on a small farm until the war reached their town. Soldiers terrorized the population, and Sadije fled to the mountains with her children....
 
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