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6000 Safe Stoves for Darfur Refugee Mothers

by Darfur Women Network, DWN
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6000 Safe Stoves for Darfur Refugee Mothers
6000 Safe Stoves for Darfur Refugee Mothers

Dear friends,

On behalf for Darfur Women Network (DWN) I would like to express my gratitude for your willingness to support DWN to provide an excellent service throughout 2014.

I am excited that Fall season came with its white dress which is a sign of happiness in Darfur, Sudan.  On our last report, we share with you the impact that your generous donation made on the survivors of Darfur genocide in refugees camp in Chad.

There are four main impacts:

  1.  Giving away safe stoves for no cost
  2.  Forest preservation
  3.  Economic empowerment and self-transformation
  4.  Capacity building

 I am certain that your support during Year-End-Campaign will help us to provide more safe stoves, protect more women and girls, improve health and safe lives of more children and adult, and help more women to earn income to feed their children and send them to school.

We are grateful with our partnership with Globalgiving and you to achieve our mission.

I am supper excited because, we received four volunteers’ applications this last week.

 

 

We expected to have your generous donations in our account by January and immediately, we will give order to refugee women to make more safe stoves during this season, it is the best season to make stoves because there is no rain and it is cold that helps stoves to dry faster, however, water could be challenge.

You would find our annual report here please, review and reflect on our 2014 projects and on moving forward in 2015,please give us feedback to improve our work and to double your impact.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/d25silx6e8u76rn/2014_Annual_Report%20%284%29.pdf?dl=0

 

Thank you

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Traditional stoves we intended to replace it

Dear friends, 

I would like to thank you for your genersity and your support. As I promised to continue share with you the impact of the Safe Stoves you support and make it happend. Please 

DarfurWomen Network

DarfurWomen Network (DWN) is a 501c3 tax exempt, US based, Darfurian-led non-prot organization, whose mission is dedicated to working collectively with immigrants and survivors of genocide from Darfur in refugee camps to determine their needs and work together to fulll their needs for recovery and transformation, based on the principle of education, awareness, and economic empowerment. Together we CAN make a difference!

SAFE STOVES FOR DARFUR RFUGEE MOTHERS I am so pleased to share with you  the positive impact of Economic empowerment and self-transformation  on the survivors of

genocide in Darfur refugee camps.  Our Safe Stove project is about building women’s economic and social empowerment through training,  awareness, support, and guidance to help them gain skills, knowledge, and condence to provide food, health care, and education for their children.

  OUR IMPACTIN CHAD (9 months):

  • 50+ refugee women were taught how to generate income and transform themselves from $0 to self-sufciency.
  • 250+ family members impacted economically, healthly, nutritiously, and psychologically.
  • 29,000 refugees were inspired and realized they can nd their way out of poverty and dependency.
  • 202 Safe Stoves beneciaries.
  • 50 families were taught how to generate income to take care of their children
  • 606 trees will be planted.
  • 1212 family members were positively impacted by safe stoves project.

With your support, we can increase our services to help more refugee women and girls recover and to empower themselves from dependency to self-sufciency.

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Dear donors and friends,

On behalf of Darfur Women Network (DWN) and 29,000 survivors of Darfur genocide who are living in the refugees’ camp in Chad, I would like to thank you for your generosity that protect 202 women and girls from rape and other risks and generate income for 50 refugee families in the camp. Today, we to call upon you to support the refugee women to transfer themselves from dependency to self-sufficiency while they are produce safe stoves to protect their sisters in the camp. We call on you because we believe that you are:

You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.


 Through our report on December 1st ,  we share with you safe stoves making process by our production groups in their camps. It was beginning with mixing of ingredients to make dough, building stoves and shaping it, and opening of two windows, the bigger one for firewood, and the smaller window for air. The 7000 Safe Stoves project designed to empower refugees with skills training in Income Generation Activities to enable them to become self-sufficient both in the camp and upon return to their home country.

Let us walk together through the impact of your contributions make on 202 refugee families, one impact during each report:

There are four main impacts:

  1. Giving away safe stoves for no cost
  2. Forest preservation
  3. Economic empowerment and self-transformation
  4. Capacity building

 

The first positive impact of “ Giving away safe stoves for no cost” on the survivors of genocide is about protecting women and girls, reducing physical assault and fatigue, decreasing health risk, and increase safely, 202 MOTHERS who received safe stoves with no cost by August 25, 2014, are now:

  • Protecting women and girls: Protect them from rape and physical assault by reducing their frequency trips to the forest to collet firewood to 70%.
  • Reducing physical assault and fatigue: Reduce the fatigue of walking long distance for big wood. Safe stove is efficient and consumes little amount of firewood and small branches.
  • Decrease the health risks of 202 families who used to use traditional stoves that consume enormous amount of firewood and produce huge smoke during cooking process. are now living in healthy shelters
  • Increasing safely:  Increase the safety by eradicating the danger of children and houses burn by replacing 202 traditional stoves that always cause burning.

Here are links to our project and to the video if you would like to watch  it again https://www.youtube.com/watchv=4Te4s8Otad8. Please visit the website below to donatehttp://goto.gg/14531

 

THANK YOU

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Dear donors and friends,                                                             December 1st,2014

On behalf of Darfur Women Network (DWN) and the refugee women and girls who received safe stoves in August 2014, I would like to invite you to join our year-end-campaign to raise money to protect and empower more refugee women and girls.

Your support helped us to form production groups of refugee women to produce safe stove to sell to us in order to distribute the stove with no cost to women in the camp. The group of women strive to collect the raw materials to build stoves. They have to search for mud, donkeys’ dong, and water. Then, they transfer the ingredients to the production location on their heads and their donkeys.

 Your support of this project positively impacted the survivors of Darfur genocide in their refugees’ camp in Chad in many ways.

Please watch this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Te4s8Otad8) to see how you made a difference. During December, I will send weekly reports to discuss your impact on the cause that you are passionate about and supported.

We are also thankful for our partnership with GlobalGiving for their great service and connection.

GlobalGiving organized a Year-End–Campaign that we are a part of.

Information about the Campaign:

v  The Campaign runs through December 1 – 31

v  Raise $3,000 from 30 donors

v  Bonus awards for the top 9 projects that raise the most money

  • 1st place: $3,000
  • 2nd place: $2,000
  • 3rd place: $1,000
  • 4th place: $1,000
  • 5th place: $1,000
  • 6th place: $500
  • 7th place: $500
  • 8th place: $500
  • 9th place: $500

Our projects’ links are:http://goto.gg/14531

                                        http://goto.gg/18422 

 

Weare also thankful for GlobalGiving and Microsoft # Giving Tuesday campaign.

 

More information about the campaign is below:

Microsoft Youth Spark #GivingTuesday on December 2nd,2014

  • There is $350,000 available in matching funds from Microsoft
  • Matching is applied at 100% up to $500 USD

Matching funds are going to release as follows:

  • $175,000 at 06:00:01 PST/09:00:01 EST/14:00:01 GMT until 11:59:59 PST

or until funds run out

  • $175,000 at 12:00:001 PST/15:00:01 EST/20:00:01 GMT until 23:59:59

Our project’s link ishttp://goto.gg/15358 

 

                             

                           Thank you

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Dear our donors and our friends,

On behalf of Darfur Women Network (DWN) and the refugee women and girls who received safe stoves in August 2014, I would like to express my appreciation for your generous donation and your commitment.  THANK YOU SO MUCH, SHOKRAN, JAZAK ALLAH KHIAR, Gracias… IN  ALL LANGUAGES.  

Your support helped us to form production group of refugee women to produce safe stove to sell to us in order to distribute the stove with no cost to women in the camp. The group of women strive to collect the raw materials to build stoves. They have to search for mud, donkeys’ feces, and water, then, they transfer the ingredients to the production location on their heads and their donkeys.

 Your support to this project have positive impact on the survivors of Darfur genocide in their refugees’ camp in Chad in much way.

Please check this video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cc1mQUf7Axs&feature=youtu.be to see how you make difference, I recorded when I was in the refugees came with safe stoves production leader. I will send the whole video on December 1st: During December, Also, I will send weekly report to discuss your impact on the cause that you passionate about and supported.

 

 

                                                           THANK YOU AGAIN

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Darfur Women Network, DWN

Location: Indianapolis, IN - USA
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Darfur Women Network, DWN
Mastora Bakhiet
Project Leader:
Mastora Bakhiet
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Indiana United States

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