Help Vulnerable Women with a local cooking stove & Adult Educational Empowerment

$80.00Price

Disadvantaged women living in local communities in Africa, especially East Africa (Kenya, Zambia, Tanzania, South Sudan, Uganda etc) are abused by their immediate relatives, some of them are single parent and can't afford to pay for their children basic meal. This women don't have a stove to prepare their food, sometimes they used lots of fire woods and three stones to cook their meals, which is quite expensive. The Local Clay Stove, uses small amount of charcoal which is affordable; this reduces their daily cooking burden.

 

We need to build each an every rural home in the rural part of East Africa to reduce the burden on disadvantage women; as the ones we have already built are not enough but they are serving the purpose in the most economic manner.

 

Also, we need help to send all such victims to an adult educational center for empowerment to learn new skills to be self-reliant

Color
  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon
SUBSCRIBE

845 3RD Avenue 

21st Floor, NY 10022, USA

(Between 51st & 52nd Street)

Ph:+1 917 261 4259

info@opad.eu

Contact Us
Connect with us

Facebook

Twitter

 

Instagram

INTERNATIONAL HQ

Odens väg 17 145 71 Norsborg Stockholm, Sweden. 

Ph. +46 854661856 
Fax. +46 854672477 
Em. info@opad.eu

TANZANIA AFRICA

Post Box 105675 Dares Salaam, Tanzania
www.opad-eastafrica.org

info@opad-eastafrica.org

  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon
  • Black Instagram Icon

Plot No.6 Kudu Road

Kabulonga, Lusaka

Zambia

Ph.+260 97 316 3927

zambia office

Ataturk MH. 1002 Cd 8/6

Sehitkamil Gaziantep

Turkey

Ph. +905065120849

turkey office
turkey office

Ataturk MH. 1002 Cd 8/6

Sehitkamil Gaziantep

Turkey

Ph. +905065120849

OPAD is in consultative status with:

* United Nations (UN)

* United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Convention (UNFCCC)

* United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)

Registered Charity Number : 802445-2297

© 2019 by The organization for Poverty Alleviation and Development