Helping Girls and Young Women in Bujumbura Slum Maternity Ward for HIV+ Women in Kamenge, Burundi Maternity Ward, ground floor plan Maternity Ward, drawing of building

Friends Women's Association

Org #46930
Vetted since 2018 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2002
year founded
$75,760
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Friends Women's Association, FWA, is a grass-roots organization in Burundi, addresses the needs of women in conflict, poverty, HIV/AIDS, and sexual violence. The FWA health care clinic focuses on treating both physical and psycho-social needs. FWA provides a comprehensive health care to women and their families, to promote women's leadership and autonomy and to strengthen peace and solidarity in Kamenge, a slum in Bujumbura and in other communities of Burundi.

Project Leaders
David  Zarembka
David Zarembka
NTAHUBA PARFAITE
NTAHUBA PARFAITE
Joy Zarembka
Joy Zarembka
Team
Parfaite Ntahuba, Alexia Nibona
Organization Information
AV 8 No 212
Bujumbura, B.P. 193
Burundi
+257 7998 0322
Organization Information
AV 8 No 212
Bujumbura, B.P. 193
Burundi
+257 7998 0322

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Jan 26, 2023
FWA Maternity Ward January 2023 Narrative report
From the month of August 2022 to January 26, 2023, Through the GlobalGiving Foundation, FWA has received $3805, 76, including $198.42 for Ntaseka clinic maternity ward. Although we still need more...
Dec 14, 2022
GLOBAL GIVING DECEMBER 2022 NARRATIVE REPORT
I married an orphan husband. He promised me to live happily and He used to say that I am all He has. After 4 year, he started dating other women. I lived in the village and He was in Bujumbura. One...
Oct 17, 2022
FWA SEPTEMBER 2022 NARRATIVE REPORT
In 1993 my family and I took refuge in Rwanda. In 1994 we returned to Burundi, we found our house destroyed and we built a small straw house. We suffered marginalization because we were very poor....
 
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