Maasai women in Kenya need to diversify and increase their earning potential. Tawang’a uses Lifeplayer MP3s to provide audio content to self-help groups.
Help educate Zambian mothers and save childrens’ lives. Preparing mothers in the first 1,000 days from conception with maternal nutrition and health information is crucial for a child’s growth and development.
Working with the Visionary Skills Training Centre in Mansa and with a grant from a Swiss foundation, we were able to provide 30 Weza generators and accessories as well as ten wind-up solar-powered lanterns for women’s groups in Mansa.
In 2006, Rwanda’s population of nearly 10 million made it the most densely concentrated in Africa. Maternal mortality rates are among the world’s highest. .
Between 2007 and 2009, we distributed 10,000 of our solar and wind-up Lifeline radios to a variety of communications and learning initiatives across Kenya.
Vumilia – we persevere in Swahili – began as a small group of 30 HIV positive women meeting to help and support each other. Many of the women were grandmothers.